Episode 1 - Waking Up
"In Fear I Trust" 1st Episode tells us how the main hero Nikolay awakes with a partial amnesia in a prison cell. Then, the events take place in the doctor's office and in the laboratory. During this episode, he meets ghosts of the people who mysteriously died in those places.
Thanks to the acquired retrospective vision, he is able to sense someone else's flashbacks and to see mysterious inscriptions on the walls.
The hero finds the contract of the very experiment that he signed at the beginning of the episode.
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In Fear I Trust is a psychological horror game where you wander around a laboratory and solve numerous puzzles. The story and atmosphere help sell the game but very little else makes the game worth playing. The whole point of the game is to uncover a mystery so going into story here would spoil it, but you discover the story by using ?retrospective vision? and solving puzzles, sometimes at the same time. Retrospective vision is a key mechanic to the game and essential to furthering the plot and solving puzzles but using it too much comes at a cost. While it is obvious that the game was designed that way to make sure that players don?t abuse the mechanic, it can get annoying at times. In Fear I Trust has a lot going for it, but it also has a lot going against it. Everything it does right is countered by something done wrong. The game is just in the middle of the road.
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