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The Emptiness Deluxe Edition

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You are lost.

You find yourself in a house, a house unlike any you've ever seen before. You quickly realize that this is no ordinary house, but rather a mysterious structure built out of your own doubts and fears. And you are trapped.

You are wandering and looking for a way out, but something terrible stands in your way. You strive for light, but the darkness won't let you go. You need to pass a series of tests, a series of challenges that will test your wits, your will and even your sanity. Open the doors to break out from the dark corners of your soul. Be persistent and courageous and endure to the very end! Can you endure the dark journey into The Emptiness?

Warning! The game is not recommended for people with an unhealthy state of mind, nervous disorders or heart disease. Experience The Emptiness and discover a psychological adventure game unlike anything you've ever seen before!Features
  • A unique and thrilling psychological hidden object quest.
  • A dark and brooding atmosphere that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
  • Live actors and professional voiceover for the ultimate story presentation.
  • Multiple ways to solve the mind-bending puzzles thrown in your path.
  • Two difficulty modes for the perfect level of challenge.
  • Multiple game endings. How will your story end?
Release date
Hooligans Entertainment
Viva Meda
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Windows® 8
  • Processor: Pentium processor (or equivalent AMD® processor) 1.6 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card (minimum supported resolution is 1024х768)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
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The Emptiness Deluxe Edition reviews and comments

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The Game is still good. It's a hidden object game that has something of the typical Hidden Object Games but also something of early 3D Adeventures. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1579627589 The Story is supposed to tell of a mentally Ill. The House in which he moves symbolizes his Depression, from which he is to find a Way Out if possible. In doing so, he can opt for a light or a dark Side (especially in the Mini-games). At the End of the Game, an Overall Rating comes out whether you've qualified for one or the other or something in between. We find doors locked by seal again and again in the Game. One now goes in search of the Letters of a Magic word in order to break the Seal. Sometimes we look for other Objects as well. They are always the same Rooms plus the newly added Rooms. That sounds easier than it is. While some are quickly found, others often run past them too. The Number of Screens to be searched increases, they are well connected to the Background or just off the usual Point of view. There are also some Mini-games. A few are very simple (that you ask what this is supposed to be), some are very heavy. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1579623197 In This respect, the Gameplay, after a simple Start and some Suspensions, is quite demanding and is not 0815 if you do not expect a classic Adventure or classic Hidden Object Game. Because the Description in the Shop is really way too bombastic, downright misleading. Compared to typical Hidden Object Games and their Audience, the Game is actually provided with good Moments of horror and horror by Jump-scares and Sounds, but it is not, of course, an extremely breathtaking experience that Only the Breasted among us Can play. Also, no Courage or similar Virtues is required to create the Game, at most Endurance. There is also, apart from the Jump-scares, hardly a gloomy atmosphere, rather than a dark One, when the Light fails and you only have to look for the Objects equipped with a Flashlight. I also rarely sat on the Edge of my Chair. While there Are two Levels of difficulty for the Game, this is packed in the Options Menu, which is not accessible from the Start Menu. In any case, I noticed it very late. The Clues also become sparse in normal difficulty over time. So just when the Thing gets more difficult anyway, you can't shorten the Search for last Letters by Clues. There's, well, a Matter of Taste. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1579623864 The Graphics are actually good. Strange that the Game is running in 4:3 format, which is definite outdated. The Control from Screen to Screen is now also a bit out of Fashion, but it actually goes. The Environment is quite elaborate and well designed. So much so even that I would like to assume that this small Development Team may have been supported by the Publisher (pure Guess). Many Jump-scares are accompanied By elaborate Animations that really seem very professional. The Sound is also very good. I used Headphones in part and that was impressive. The Sounds came from variable Locations, and were very good for supporting a horror-like atmosphere. There are almost none speakers. The Control with the Mouse is simple. Pro & Contra: + Part Difficult And Interesting Tasks + Unusual Combination of Two Genres + Good Sounds, Animations and Jumpscares-Arg exaggerated And misleading Description in the Shop-Law nonsensical History-Only 4:3 format Rating: 6/10 The Game will At Steam, currently rated as "Largely negative," and there are good Reasons for doing so. Particularly disturbing perhaps the Discrepancy to The description in the Shop. The Game is more of a Casual Game with all the Sterotypes to be found there. But at least in an unguböhnal Variant. In That respect, it had real Entertainment value for me. Hence my Thumbs up, honest, but also something as a Counterweight. Because it's not bad again.
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