Horrifying and immersive atmosphere that will chill you to the core.
Rise of Insanity is an indie horror game developed and published by Red Limb Studio. Set in America in the 1970’s, the story centers around Dr. Stephen Dowell, a renowned psychologist faced with a difficult patient who shows distinct yet contradictory symptoms of different mental disorders. The life of the doctor himself is also shrouded in mystery – you must step into his shoes to find out the truth. What terrible fate has befallen your wife and child? Is your new patient, on whom you are testing your experimental treatment methods, somewhat responsible for what happened? Who is to blame? Don’t lose your nerve and overcome your fear.
|Release Date: 1 Mar, 2018|
Developer: Red Limb Studio
Publisher: Red Limb Studio
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Rise of Insanity
|Minimum Specifications |
OS: Win 7
|Recommended Specifications |
OS: Win 10
- The realistic graphics provide a horrifying and immersive atmosphere that will chill you to the core.
- Explore diverse locations inspired by North American architectural trends from the early 70s.
- Haunting, atmospheric soundtrack and professional voice acting.
- Walk, examine, discover dark secrets and solve logical puzzles. Descend the inner depths of the human consciousness.
- Support for VR goggles
Rise of Insanity Trailer
Rise of Insanity Review
Rise of Insanity is a first-person psychological horror game, with additional support for VR, which draws inspiration from greatest psychological horror movies such as The Shining, The Exorcist and Silent Hill. Lavished with love, this product's pleasures are many - gorgeous graphics, beautiful music, solid story, decent voice acting, effective jumpscares and simple but satisfying puzzles. You are playing as a psychiatrist who try to figure out what is behind his family's tragedy. This latest endeavor is capable of being played on both the desktop and in VR, where both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are supported. The scares are exceptionally effective in a VR environment, as they're completely unexpected during the first playthrough. Combined with the realistic graphics, and one use of a FMV, and the game looks and feels incredibly life-like. Even with its small amount of problems, Rise of Insanity manages to be a decent, and well-priced, psychological horror game; albeit a short experience filled with easy puzzles and note finding.