Mental Hospital III, is a first-person survival horror with astonishing graphics and a really frightening atmosphere.
Our story started quite ordinary. The main character got an offer to record a video of a special forces raid in one of the psychiatric hospitals where secret experiments were supposed to be carried out. Sounds easy enough… That was what he thought.
But he will forever remember that night. The night everything went wrong from the very beginning: Horrible weather, problems on the news, and the car breaking down appeared to be inevitable, as was missing the start of the clinic capture operation. Having arrived at his destination late, the main character decides to find Lieutenant Sidorov as soon as possible, hoping to film at least something. After the main character gets inside of the hospital and is introduced to it's inhabitants he understands that it will be nearly impossible to describe what he saw there. You can of course erase the footage, but there is no option to erase your memories.
This is reality. Will the main character emerge from this fateful hospital alive, or will he too, like it's residents, be trapped here for the remainder of his life.
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Great game u should sell it for free the Shepard
If u sold it for free like the full game is rate this the scariest game of the year graphics are not to bad but could be better it gave a feel like ur really inside the game but anyways or always keep making these games I like that the screen is less wobbly then in the first less scary cause we had night vision in the beginning but anyways overall like theee best scary game of the year I wasn't even scared of Charlie Charlie
Not Bad for a Mobile Game! :D
Okay- the graphics are INSANE once your in game play. Good graphics always set the nice impression- Glad you had that in check! However, the initial approach you made with the intro made it look really low-budget. The speaker was in a foreign language, but it had english sub titles. It's kinda hard to get the gamer psyched when instead of visually focusing on the movements, they have to read the sub titles. It's un-necessary and takes away the flare of the intro- the part thats crucially important. Also, it was good at keeping the gamer on edge- but not as many "surprises" as I wanted and not enough hints or clues. I'd also really like some insane laughter in the background to add to the chill, that would be nice. The game also has to force the gamer to keep pressing on, (giving it a scary effect) and this one didn't as much... But, you really did capture "insane asylum" with the setting. It looks as if you actually took the time to study real abandoned ones and how they really look. Nice over all! Still pretty spooky!
Awesome excellent undescribed awesomeness
The it's great it's scare me at once I got in and looked around when I was in the restroom the first part I wasn't sure love never played this game before I wasn't sure what I'll get it scare the crap up the second time I died the first time set it listen to the rules and Sam and so second time I did what it said in the still Valerie is weird forgot to shut the door so yeah but the other was a good game was awesome she make a fourth one but it should be for you because it takes up a lot of money The game was excellent
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- Igor Migun
- 261 MB
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 7.1 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- © Igor Migun (c) 2014 AGaming 2013 - 2014
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