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Omen Exitio: Plague

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Game Information

Available on:PCMar 5, 2018

Developer: Tiny Bull Studios

Genre: Adventure

Omen Exitio: Plague is inspired by the gamebooks of the '80s and '90s, mixing the alien and horrifying universe created by H.P. Lovecraft with an original plot and characters, all guided by your choices, which will lead the protagonist of the story through the labyrinthine mystery represented by a terrible disease and the shadows that lie behind it. Zanzibar, 1896. Dr. Jake Huntington enlisted in the army to forget the loss of his wife. Yet something sinister and ancient is about to overturn his life forever. Shadows that inhabit the confines of reality seem to converge all in one point: a terrifying disease that threatens to exterminate the entire human race. However, the disease is just one of the pieces that make up a vast mosaic, and discovering its design may not be that easy. Intrigues, machinations and subterfuges hide the truth, tearing it away from the doctor’s understanding. To connect all the dots, Jake will have to cross a threshold beyond which many before him have lost the way of reason. Are you willing to open this door?
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Reviews

Suffice it to say that Omen Exitio is a surprisingly engrossing adventure that hits several different story beats without ever losing steam or outlasting its welcome, and it’s the kind of game that sees both you and main character Jake Huntington go from wide-eyed military camaraderie to constant paranoia at every single (in-game) knock on the door.

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Omen Exitio: Plague offers a surprisingly enthralling narrative with a choice mechanic that feels rewarding for making good choices. It offers a solid EXP system that rewards you often for making smart choices. Overall, this is a solid experience, even if the story and visuals can drag out at times and some side mechanics might seem pointless. At its core, Omen Exitio is an interactive story and a good one at that.

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