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This Amnesia mod offers a new tale without the “chases, scares, or mind-bending monster encounters”
If you love the idea of the Amnesia games but find it just a little too much to handle (there’s no judgement here, my friends), a new mod has created a standalone adventure that retains the spooky atmosphere but removes the “chases, scares, complex mathematical puzzles [and] mind-bending monster encounters”.
The Shadow of the Ramlord is an hour-long standalone game created using assets from The Dark Descent and its sequel, A Machine for Pigs, spread across seven maps. It offers “a deeply Lovecraftian tale, woven tightly into a framework of Occultism, Necromancy, and Gothic Horror”.
“Our custom story is very much directed towards the player who enjoys a deliberate pace, absorbing the narrative and level design clues, and feeling immersed in a story-first experience,” states a recent update (thanks, PC Gamer).
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