Afterfall Insanity Extended Edition
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
The year is 2035. Almost 20 years ago citizens of The Republic had to search for a shelter from the hell of the Third World War. Only a few were fortunate enough to find a safe haven behind the gates of 'Glory'. Today, when the fear of death on the surface has become merely an unpleasant memory, the once safe hideout became a prison. Buried underground, trapped in the claustrophobic space with no hope of escape, the shadows hide secrets darker and more terrifying than the madness that takes over residents of the Shelter 'Glory'.
Play the game, overcome your fears, save the residents of the Shelter and try to find a new safe harbor… but is anything safe after the Fall?
Detailed and extensive evironments set in post-apocalyptic versions of real-world locations
Expansive levels with giant cities, tunnels, bunkers and deep mines
An exciting and rich story with unexpected twists and turns
Extensive weapons arsenal with myriad types of opponents
State-of-art effects using the newest Unreal Engine 3
Afterfall Insanity Extended Edition also includes Music inspired by the game.
Songs will be placed in the Afterfall Insanity Extended Edition folder in your Steam directory: ...\Steam\steamapps\common\Afterfall InSanity\soundtrack
Worth It for The PriceGeoffAussieSpy | Aug. 26, 2015 | See all GeoffAussieSpy's reviews »
If your looking for a cool arena game like this one, I recommend checking this out. The gameplay is great, not as bad as expected, and it's pretty smooth. The character are cool and quirky, strange at times too. Very interesting game this is. The context, the story, is cool and all, it's nice and it can keep you interested in this game. You can get into this game. The arena is great as well, I really like this whole game's idea and they did a pretty great job bringing it all to life, the maps are alright. It's also fun to mess around with things in the game, maybe explore and do other cool things. There are some cool little details to discover. I think it deserves a small playthrough, it's a well done game.
Very BadSparkWave | Aug. 4, 2015 | See all SparkWave's reviews »
This game is bad. The physics and storyline aren't unique. This game could be called your run of the mill games. The game doesn't proves to be scary, there aren't too many weapons and at times, the game can be very hard. Sometimes the player can get stuck at moments that should really be open to see and find out the way to go. On sale, it wouldn't be so bad to get it, because it is very cheap, but otherwise this is a bad game.
Not as bad as expected...DrakeSays | June 25, 2015 | See all DrakeSays's reviews »
When i bought this game, after reading some reviews, i started to regret my purchase. I figured it was probably terrible. But, after playing it... it's not. It's not amazing by any stretch, but it's certainly not terrible. First off, the graphics, while not amazing, do lend themselves well to giving off a post apocalyptic vibe. Everything is shiny and bright, and once outside, it all seems grim and desolate, which is how it should be. The gameplay is... eh. The gunplay isn't very good, which doesn't matter much since all you'll be doing with guns is waiting until your health is at ten or lower so that you feel like you aren't wasting ammo, since they barely ever give you any. As for the melee, it's... okay. If Dead Space's melee system was a bit more complex, that would be this games main combat system. The story is weird. Don't want to spoil anything, so i won't say anything more than that, but suffice to say, it's very odd. The Atmosphere is fantastic. The game actually does do a pretty decent job at setting up a survival horror atmosphere. There are games that have done it better, yes, but for an indie title like this, the atmosphere is done very well overall, being quite creepy in some places. Overall, Afterfall: Insanity is a game that i'd say was overlooked a bit. While it's not an amazing game, it's not nearly as bad as reviews would tell you, and i'd actually say it's pretty fun at times. I'd recommend picking it up if it's ever on sale.
Worth a purchase if it's on saleBryggz | May 27, 2015 | See all Bryggz's reviews »
Okay so this game has a lot of shortfalls, but I got it for free and my curiosity got the best of me and I eventually gave it a shot. Here's my two cents in bulleted format. Pros: - Decent storyline, it has some twists I didn't expect, but it also had some I saw coming a mile away - Interesting gameplay gimmick. There are times where the screen gets distorted and sometimes you hear things in the background that aren't really there. I found this entertaining, even if only sporadic. - The guns are satisfying to shoot with. Some decent gore. - Passable graphics *- The Afterfall universe is being continued and expanded with Afterfall Reconquest Episode I. I've been playing it and it's a nice continuation and expansion into the world, with plenty of fixes in the gameplay. - Has controller support Cons: - Distractingly-bad voice acting. Seriously guys, did you record the voice-acting with Cinemax budget actors? - Melee combat is incredibly clunky and can get frustrating. It's very simple, though, so once you get use to it you can actually be pretty effective at using melee combat. Conclusion: I got it for free, making it super worth it. I know it can be bought for a dollar quite regularly. If you're a fan of third-person action, with light post-apocalyptic settings, I'd suggest at least playing this game for the story if you can get it on sale. Plus the Afterfall sequel is already pretty satisfying and it's only in early access. The company that made this game is learning from their deficiencies and deserves support.
Doesn't feel like it's 2035Armannn | May 7, 2015 | See all Armannn's reviews »
This is a survival horror video game developed by Intoxicate Studios and was released on 3rd December, 2012 (the game got released 1 year earlier, but I am referring to the Steam version). It is set in 2035.What I feel bad about this game is the year "2035". The game really, really has a great idea for a survival horror, but its development, is one of the worst I've ever seen (and I've seen a lot). The game does feel like it's 2035, but only at some places. Everything else feels like a big slap to the gamers from the developers. That hurts me. It hurts me that a such great idea has been wasted literally on nothing and yet it costs $9.99. Believe me, it's not worth any penny you spend on it. Even if you can get it for free, my suggestion is to refrain doing it unless the developers change their mind and start improving the game (which would take them a pretty long time for sure).