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According to the Steam page, Necrophosis, inspired by Zdzislaw Beksinski, is a chilling first-person horror adventure, plunging you into a nightmarish realm teeming with grotesque forms and ominous visuals. Delve into eerie landscapes and uncover secrets in this atmospheric journey through the macabre.

What we have here is a 30 minute or so demo. Unfortunately, it didn't make me want to come back for more.

I did like the Belsinski inspired imagery, but the interface was too confusing, and the puzzling was limited to wandering around and finding stuff. It didn't feel chilling, but some of the visuals are indeed grotesque. Ditto the tasks; I collected eyeballs, brains and bones and deployed them in a variety of ways.

The game plays in the first person and utilises the mouse and the keyboard, sound and voice is present, and the colour palette is suitably depressing.

It didn't appeal to me but perhaps play the demo and decide for yourself.

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