The best games like Amnesia: The Dark Descent are:
- arrow_rightGone Home
- arrow_rightSyberia 2
- arrow_rightLegend of Grimrock
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1. Gone Home
Portland. It's June 7, 1995. After a year of living abroad, the game's main character, 21-year-old girl Katie Greenbriar, finally returns home, waiting for a warm welcome from her family. But somehow, she finds that there is no one in the house! Where is everyone? What happened here? This will be seen in Gone Home - a unique adventure game.
This game is an interactive investigation. You will need to analyse the details of the most ordinary-looking house, learn the history of the people living here. The primary task is to reveal the mystery of what happened, using everything that is possible, as the house has a lot of interactive elements, which allows you to interact with the environment entirely.
Surprisingly, simple movements create an atmosphere of almost inhabited home, as well as expertly crafted light and sound. Each piece of paper breathes history, and it is stunningly believable in both form and content.
2. Syberia 2
Syberia 2 is a classic third-person point-and-click game from the famous French game producer Benoit Sokal. Play as American lawyer Kate Walker. She abandoned her stressful life in New York and ended up following her recent case into snowy Russian tundra -- Syberia.
Continue the story that grasped players hearts in the first installment of the series. It is impossible to get stuck or die but the mere atmosphere and graphic design creates tension and lets player fully immerse into the game universe where surviving remnants of prehistoric beasts still live.
The game was ported to a number of systems and gained the new life on new Nintendo console -- Switch.
3. Legend of Grimrock
For all your misdeeds, you are sentenced to die at the top of Mount Grimrock. No one ever returned from this gruesome prison alive, but you can try and be the first to escape. On the inside, Mount Grimrock is full of dungeons that can allow the prisoners to slowly descend to the earth level. The dungeons are filled with intricate traps to evade, puzzles to solve, and hungry monsters to fight in real-time mode.
Legend of Grimrock has a strong old-school dungeon crawler feel to it, and its creators proudly admit that they were inspired by the traditional first-person RPGs like Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder. The player assumes control over a party of four customizable characters that are divided into three traditional D&D classes (fighter, rogue, and mage) and four quite non-traditional races (besides Human, there are Minotaur, Lizardman, and Insectoid).
There's a bit of Portal to Legend of Grimrock, in that the prisoners are instructed by a disembodied and unreliable voice that promises them a cheerful party if they make it through the dungeon. Your party can also stumble upon records left by a previous prisoner, Toorum, which don't really inspire hope. There's an achievement that unlocks Toorum as a playable character.
4. Five Nights at Freddy's 4
This time, the terror has followed you home.
In this last chapter of the Five Nights at Freddy's original story, you must once again defend yourself against Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, and even worse things that lurk in the shadows. Playing as a child whose role is yet unknown, you must safeguard yourself until 6am by watching the doors, as well as warding off unwanted creatures that may venture into your closet or onto the bed behind you.
You have only a flashlight to protect yourself. It will scare away things that may be creeping at the far end of the hallways, but be careful, and listen. If something has crept too close, then shining lights in its eyes will be your end.
Immerse yourself in Fireflies, a voxel-based plataformer with a dark atmosphere and dangerous corners. Lost, you drawn into a perilous quest for light. Facing a stranger and mysterious world built around mixed feelings, dealing with painful experiences, but you are not alone in this journey.
Created by a group of passionate developers, FIREFLIES offers key features:
- A hard yet challenging gameplay
- Gameplay-driven self-interpretive storyline
--Sometimes, just a little push is enough to let us fly again.