Afterfall Insanity Extended Edition

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Third party DRM: Steam

This 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?

Key Features:

  • 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

Customer reviews


Doesn't feel like it's 2035

Armannn | 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).


Good idea, bad development

sky_conqueror | May 3, 2015 | See all sky_conqueror's reviews »

I found quite good the main idea of the game but it seems very bad the way the story unfolded, plus it has many bugs and there are many parts that haven't got any sense. How can it be that a normal person hold that much? Also, I found the game endless, I think they should have taken better care of the details and make a shorter game, not to mention the rigid combat system. I know it had to take a long time to create this game, but in my opinion is poorly done.


Mediocore at It's Best Moments !

AsadAlrafidain | Feb. 12, 2015 | See all AsadAlrafidain's reviews », This game starts badly; boring at first, then it gradually gets better near the final chapters, delivering a decent gameplay. that's being said, one cannot overlook the many shortcomings of this game, but let me tell you about the few good things first: - Decent story, although you can see it's twists miles away, but still, it is enjoyable. - Tough boss fights. Now to the bad things: - Boring characters with bad voice acting (However, near the end of the game it gets slightly better). - Not many varieties in gameplay. - The graphics are a bit outdated (even by 2011 standards) and the animations are poorly done (it's irritating when you see your character speak with his mouth shut!). - Steep difficulty progression from being too easy at the beginning of the game, to being very hard near the end. However, now that I've completed the game, I don't feel I totally wasted my time playing this game as I enjoyed the last parts of the game.


Not as bad as they say...

Exalb | Oct. 23, 2014 | See all Exalb's reviews »

When I received this game I wasn't sure what to expect. I had read some negative reviews prior to playing to I expected the worst. The game ended up being a mixed bag. If you're looking for a genuinely scary game, then you would be better off skipping Afterfall:Insanity. While the game's atmosphere is creepy there are very few fear inducing moments. This is pretty much a pure action/adventure title dressed up in creepy textures. The story, while convoluted at times is entertaining and worth paying attention to if you can get past the less than compelling voice acting. The game play itself isn't bad--although the melee combat leaves something to be desired. The gun play is standard--nothing innovative but it gets the job done. Afterfall:Insanity is by NO means a bad game. It is, however, painfully mediocre. I would recommend buying it on sale if you are a fan of action games with a creepy atmosphere and have exhausted the larger titles in the genre.


A good Indie game, at all

GustavoBBP | Sept. 6, 2014 | See all GustavoBBP's reviews »

Ok, let's be honests here. I only acquired this game when it was for free, and I was not expecting nothing really spectacular. And when I started to play, I was captivated. The game is not an original work, it looks like many others that you may have played, especially Dead Space. The game have a desynchronized voice-acting and some bugs that can annoy you. But the atmosphere is great, the plot is good enough to keep you playing and the gameplay is pretty decent. I think it is worth it's price. Remember that this is an indie game, whose only mistake was trying to be an AAA.