Nevermind is a first-person horror video game developed by American studio Flying Mollusk for the Microsoft Windows, Mac and Xbox One. The story revolves around the minds of people who have suppressed memories of horrible events.
The players will take over the role of an expert, that was recently hired by the Neurostalgia Institute to treat their patients in a mind jacking process known as neuroprobing. Every patient there suffers from a form of repressed mental trauma. In order to help them resolve their issues, neuroprobing will show the recollections of the repressed memories so that the trauma can be cured. By advancing through and being nearer to the goal, things around will change in hostile ways as their minds are fighting back.
Nevermind was designed to be played with devices that support biometric feedback (their usage is optional), because the more the player is under stress, the harder the game becomes. If the player gets scared, certain events will occur (for example, the game screen will become foggy and unsteady, making navigation more difficult). The difficulty decreases by calming down. It uses Intel RealSense for the sensors that can track player's pulse in real-time, and Affectiva's Affdex to recognize emotions and translate that into the game's events. While being inside of a patient's mind, the objective is to find ten photos per client, each representing the parts of their memories. Resembling Myst, Nevermind has some puzzle adventure elements, which consist of navigating environments and solving the puzzles before any progress can be made.
Screenshots from the game Nevermind
System requirements Nevermind for Mac Os:
- OS: OS X 10.9
- Processor: Intel i5 2.0 Ghz
- RAM: 4 GB RAM
- Video Card: Intel HD Graphics 5000 series
- Disk Space: 5 GB
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