Average Playtime: 2 hours

Nevrosa: Escape

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  • Total immersion — redirect walking locomotion design with natural walking inside your chaperone bounds.
  • Unique gameplay — combining puzzle, action and horror elements with an intuitive narrative.
  • Art deco-inspired environment filled with creepy puzzle machines and dangerous Mist world in the mirrors to explore.
  • Evil artifact in your hands: why it follows you? Does it whisper something or it’s just in your head?
  • Dark soundtrack with position sound system to dive further inside Nevrosa world.
  • Different endings: you decide how this nightmare ends.

Young Mr. Conway receives as inheritance old family manor somewhere in Northern Europe. His grandpa, William Conway, disappeared a few years ago and was famous about his scientific works and love to art deco style.
Unfortunately, Conway's family mind disease impact became much stronger with ages, so no one knows anything about his last years of life.

Exploring old manor you've reached Grandpa's laboratory where your curiosity leads to unexpected results.
Now you need to figure your way out of this room, try to solve grandpa's mystery, keep your mind sane despite all strange things happening around and face your deepest fear — Conway's disease, that takes your mind.

Will you stay human till the end?

We prepared some special things for you to immerse deeper into Nervosa world:
  • Full room scale locomotion: no teleport, touchpad movement or other tricks — feel free to walk around exploring environment like in real life. You'll need only 1,5x2m to play.
  • You have a body! We don't hide or transform your hands too. If you take an object — you take it with your hand just like it supposed to be in the real life. So keep your fingers safe from fire and sharp objects — you'll need them.
  • Special modes — let's keep it in secret for now ;)

Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: Intel i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 4Gb
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires VR Headset and 1,5x2m to play
  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: Intel i7
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1060 6Gb
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Requires VR Headset and 1,5x2m to play
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Actually good in itself. The Problem, however, is the modest Attitude. If you Play while Sitting, you either have to be extremely small or extremely large or still move. Once a Room Boundary has been set up, it will not be displayed correctly at all. You constantly bump into somewhere. The Spatial Boundary Setting is really the last thing of all. Furthermore, it is completely pointless that you cannot save. Frustration instead of Lust.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Nevrosa: Escape, a steampunk Escaperoom game of the finest kind. Even the Start of the actual Game is a little Bit of a mystery in itself when you've played the Demo, but probably not really hard to solve and a good Exercise for the actual Game. The Atmosphere thrives very much on the excellent Steampunk-style Graphics. Every interacting object reacts as you would expect. Physics works flawlessly. Even if there are a few Glitches here and there. You Can act great in the roomscale. The Lets are sometimes already a bit more demanding, but always fair. The only negative Point I can think of Is length. It is good, however, that you don't have to play the whole Game again for the different Ends. A Must for any horror steampunk escaperoomfan! More steampunky Reviews: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554-VReview/
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Nevrosa struck me a long Time ago with his excellent Demo Nevrosa: Prelude and was on my Wish List for a long Time. (Played with HTC Vive) And it was worth the Wait. In The Escape-Room area, this Game is to be located far in front. The Graphics look really good, the Puzzles are interesting and Roomscale is used magnificently. I have only had Problems with the Collision query from time to time, but in a tolerable Context. Briefly on the Story: We are in our late grandfather's bizarre Lab and we need to find a Way Out. Around us there are various mysterious Devices whose Meaning we need to explore in order to escape from this sick Environment. In addition, there are also Opponents who we have to keep our Necks, as they are seriously disruptive to our Plan. For example, we trigger Electric Shocks that temporarily Incapacitate the "Attacker." And this is also necessary, since we can shrink ourselves with a "magic" Cube, and are suitably helpless in Miniature format. The Game itself is probably solvable with different Ends, which keeps you motivated to immerse yourself in this fantastic World for a second or third Time. Nevrosa ran fluidly, crashes or Tracking issues didn't exist. (Prelude tested with GTX970, flawless ... Escape tested with GTX 1080ti) Gexagon is slowly but surely developing into a fixed Size in VR, continue to be so. For me, a clear Buy recommendation for escape room fans. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi as Curator: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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