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INMOST, by Lithuania-based indie studio Hidden Layer Games, is an emotional and deeply atmospheric narrative-driven puzzle platformer. Uncover the story of an adventurous young girl, a stoic knight and a man in search of answers. Venture through a hauntingly atmospheric pixel art world 3 main characters, each with their own unique gameplay styles A knight adventures into the depths of a deteriorating castle. A child uncovers the past of an eerie house. A wanderer searches for answers. Lure enemies into lethal traps, solve environmental puzzles and utilise your scythe, hookshot and pickaxe to avoid a gruesome end! Discover a 3-5 hour emotional story, intended to be played in a single-sitting on a dark, stormy night Explore every nook and cranny to find secret passages and collectibles Featuring the vocal talents of Andrew Dennis and Cassandra Lee Morris Playable in 14 languages, including English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, Simplified and Traditional Chinese Each pixel is placed with love! Features CORSAIR iCUE RGB dynamic lighting functionality for PC
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I've had this game sitting in my Wishlist for a while. Then a good friend had bought it for me for Christmas.
I never bothered to buy it myself, because at first glance it didn't really seem like my cup of tea. My thought process was, "Oh, it looks good, seems interesting enough but I'm not sure if I *really* want it." So, it remained in my Wishlist for.. 1 or 2 years. I can't really remember, just that it was collecting dust.
I spent a good chunk of time on this game. So, here I am at 3:30 in the morning and writing this review.
The music was spectacular for me. It'll either set you on edge, fit the environment that you're in, or in a few cases.. Set the mood for one of the scenes. Never a dull moment. The puzzles were intriguing and creative. Overall, they weren't too difficult to solve.
Other than the puzzles, sometimes I was unnerved in some areas. This game did well in catching me off guard and go into a slight panic a couple times.
Also appreciate that it wasn't punishing at all when you die. The setback is so small that you spend 5-10 seconds getting back to where you were.
I was really captivated by the lighting. It was well done in this game for pixel graphics. I also really enjoyed the SFX with whatever you were doing with said character in whichever scene (I.E. The Wanderer or the Child). It made the game feel more alive, like I was playing a human being inside the game.

I must admit that, at first, the story can be a little confusing. Once I had reached the end, it all began to make sense and it really punched me in the feels. I had cried.
This game is well worth the time I've spent on it. If you're apprehensive, don't be. This is a nice little gem.
And if you're one of those that's up for something different, then give this a try.
It'll definitely keep you entertained for 3-5hrs. I know it did for me.

Review from Steam

It's a great game but I still can't sleep at night because I accidentally pushed the cat in the beginning and it didn't understand why and neither did I. It was so sad and confused because I helped it open a gate literally 3 seconds ago and then pushed it off. I'm so sorry little kitty I will never get over this :( Please forgive me

Review from Steam

First of all, this game made me cry and actually felt for the characters. I love it when something manages to make me feel things.
The game seems a little pricey and it isn't long either.
(Wait at least for a sale and then get it, you won't regret it when it was a little less.)
Most of the time spent is me trying to find these little collectibles that lets the storyteller tell more stories.
I did get invested into reading and finding out more about the world.
Grim and very depressing, not very horror in my opinion.
The game can be a little tedious, but you can over it.
I do recommend to actually finish it and if you didn't get all collectibles, its okay to google the rest of the stories.

Review from Steam

Please read.
Ok, so, I was in a rather scary part of the game, where there were some storms and then some glass breaks and the game faded into darkness, which was supposed to lead to a loading screen. BUT, things were a little different for me. The same events happened only when fading into darkness my power went out, both of my monitors turned off and my lights began flickering, this was ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING, and I felt as if I had been transported into the game for a brief moment.
I know this is not much of a review of the game, but this experience just had to be shared.

Review from Steam

I cried.

Review from Steam

While this game is short, it will evoke emotions out of you. Brought me nearly to tears at the end. Great game

Review from Steam

an absolute underrated masterpiece