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Ian's Eyes

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Game Information

Available on:PCSep 1, 2016

Developer: Sindie Games

Publisher: SOEDESCO Publishing

Genre: Adventure

Welcome to Wintreal, a small town in the northern US and home to the Blue Norholm Centenary School. Today is Ian’s first day at his new school. Being blind, Ian has always relied on North, his faithful seeing eye dog, to guide him. But not everything is as it seems at Blue Norholm, and it won’t take long until Ian’s blindness will be the least of North’s problems…
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Reviews

God is a Geek

4 / 10.0
Chris White

The nice art style is let down by some bad camera angles, weak voice acting and unbalanced environments.

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Worth Playing

3.5 / 10.0
Worth Playing

The premise for Ian's Eyes has potential. If done correctly, a horror game that revolves around a glorified escort mission can be a tense and entertaining experience. However, there's nothing here that can be considered well done, as the game simply strives to emulate all of the bad parts of the old survival-horror games without the good parts with that came with it. Even if you're a die-hard survival-horror fan, there's very little that's worth checking out in Ian's Eyes.

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Level Down Games

3 / 10.0
Bryan Clutter

For some strange reason, the game hooked me, and I kept playing through. I wanted to see what happened to little Ian and his trusty dog North. I wanted to find out why this all was happening in the town of Wintreal. And I wanted the satisfaction of actually completing this brutally difficult (thanks to the controls) game. Ian's Eyes is definitely not for everyone, and I wouldn't even recommend it to the hardcore crowd. But, there is something to be had here. Clocking in at just over four hours, it isn't a long experience, so if you find yourself on a dark, stormy night with nothing to do.. and you're a glutton for death and punishment.. perhaps you actually might want to give this a try.

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