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Available on:PCSep 13, 2017

Developer: Alessandro Guzzo

Genre: Adventure

Something strange appears in the woods. Rain pours, and darkness hangs in the air. Life as you know it is about to change forever. In this Lovecraftian horror adventure, you'll have to learn how to survive as you fend off a dark and disturbing evil. Explore a huge and terrifying world, flee from a unrelenting enemy, solve puzzles, and unravel the ancient mystery that's befallen this land. - YOU ARE UNARMED -- Your only chance of survival is to run as fast as you can, and exploit the environment to hide yourself. - HUGE MAP -- Explore buildings, caves, swamps, graveyards and more. - BEAUTIFUL VISUALS -- CryEngine-powered graphics with photogrammetric technology and ambient sound creating a fully immersive game world. - SOLVE & INTERACT -- Use objects to solve puzzles, and seek out clues to help unravel the mystery. - SHROUDED IN DARKNESS -- Use a lantern to light the way, but be careful: you'll be more vulnerable when away from the darkness...

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The Land of Pain Reviews

The entire game is based around exploration, puzzles, and atmosphere. It lives and dies on those three things.

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I kept coming back to The Land of Pain instead of writing it off. It is not only an impressive effort from one developer, but it's also inviting to genre fans while being approachable by today's standards. For just $12, it's a solid pick if you're introducing a friend to the genre as well.

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A great work of design and audio, brought down and made boring by endless back-tracking, slow walking, and puzzles that don't always make any sense.

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