Evil welcomes you back in the third chapter of the critically acclaimed horror series, Simulacra.
SIMULACRA 3 continues the narrative-driven found-phone horror game series. The once charming town of Stonecreek has seen better days. People are vanishing into thin air, leaving nothing behind but strange symbols where they were last seen. Your only lead is the phone of a missing investigator. Armed with a map app and a trail of creepy videos, delve into the darkest corners of the digital realms as you investigate the horrors seen on his phone and in Stonecreek.
- Explore a fictional town through a simulated mobile phone.
- Discover brand new horrors of the found-phone genre.
- Unravel hidden secrets on the phone's expanded apps and sequences.
- Navigate interactive FMV sequences that lead to multiple endings.
- GameCenter achievements
- Various minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Game won’t progress
Update* I had to restart from the beginning and be very careful on the order in which I did things and I was finally able to progress and finish the game.
I keep having to solve same puzzles over and over because it won’t save or let me progress past a certain point. Hopefully an update will come out soon to fix this issue.
Hoping for a Simulacra 4
This installment of the series was pretty mediocre compared to the first two so in this review im going to list some things i liked and some things i didn't like: so to start with what i liked, i loved the used of the ATLAS system, although a bit tricky at first. I learned how to master it quick. I liked the relationship between Ruby and the MC, the video calling system was a good idea but could have used some polish. Here is what i didn’t like: some of the puzzles were a bit out of my range and i had to consult a walkthrough twice in my first play-through, where normally i would have either once or never checked one. I absolutely loved Pipe Dreams because of how it reminded me of the first game, but in SIM3 you kind of just say things connect some dots, say more things, and boom game end. Overall, a 3.5 out of 5. Not the best Kaigan games has to offer
Didn’t live up to expectations
This game is a severe letdown in comparison to the first two games. The characters are very ‘meh,’ it’s a stereotypical ghost story, and it simply drags out for a painfully long amount of time. The story isn’t as complex as they’re trying to make it seem, and it just doesn’t need to last that long.
I constantly found myself getting stuck on every little puzzle, and had to rely on a walkthrough more than I ever had with a SIMULACRA game. Every time the game was like “But wait! There’s more!” I groaned in mental pain.
I’m being very dramatic about this but this is truly the worst experience I’ve had with a SIMULACRA game. It’s upsetting that this one cost more than the older (and better) ones.
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- KAIGAN GAMES OUe
- 2.3 GB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2022 Kaigan Games OÜ
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