When Sarah inherits her great-uncle's old country home, she has no idea about the dark secret she has stumbled upon and into what obscure world it will take her to. Help Sarah solve the mystery and escape the malicious clutches of the old mansion. Fear is a constant companion on your journey. No matter the dark shadows lurking behind every corner, creeping beasts or demons from another dimension: You have to face your greatest fears to defeat the darkness.
Creeping shadows, huge spiders or terrifying monsters that are coming for you: Experience your personal nightmare through the game's “fear recognition mechanic”
While fighting your way through this nightmare you'll have to solve various riddles to get to the root of this evil and defeat it
Face your Fears in 3 different chapters with a total of 29 sequences
Experience thrilling graphics set in an atmospheric environment which will turn your blood cold
- OS: Win Vista/7/8 (32/64Bit)
- DirectX 9.0c
- CPU: AMD/Intel mit 2,8 Ghz a
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or comparable ATI graphics card
- Ram: 4GB (min. 2GB free memory for the game)
- Hard disk: 8 GB free hard drive space
Published 2016 by Ravenscourt, a division of Koch Media GmbH, Austria. Ravenscourt and its respective logos are trademarks of Koch Media GmbH.
© 2016 and developed by VIS-Games GbR trading as VIS- Visual Imagination Software. Obscuritas is a trademark of VIS-Games GbR trading as VIS- Visual Imagination Software.
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Obscuritas is a horror adventure game with the cliche premise of your character inheriting and exploring the home of a now deceased family member. You move around while trying to interact with objects, some objects look like they can be looked at but can't be or maybe only one of the objects can be, an example would be at the start of the game where you need to look into a pot outside to find a key and only the one with the key lets you examine it. Other times you will need to know that you need an item first before you are able to interact with and pick something up. The game saves at the start of each chapter but often the more dangerous parts are at the end of each chapter, causing you to lose progress and have to replay sections of the game. There will be traps and enemy dogs to avoid, you aren't able to fight the dog but can avoid him easily due to the poor AI. There are some good puzzles but a lot are the more cliche finding keys or a fuse. For a lower budget game the environments look nice, again some cliched areas, and it has some good lighting and sound design. The game is also on the longer side compared to a lot of games in this style. If you are willing to over look some of the more annoying features it's an enjoyable game that might be able to scare you.
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