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  • Summary: It is 2032 - 20 years after the end of World War III. To survive the nuclear holocaust, humankind fled from the contaminated surface to find safety in vast bunkers, cities created deep underground. Decaying shelters and hideaways set the stage in mankind's struggle for survival where they battle horrible mutants, bloodthirsty mercenaries and other threats.

    In Afterfall: InSanity you won't only face the aftermath of the nuclear fallout, but also the dark shadows of the past in the role of the mysterious psychologist Albert. As Albert, the player will be part of a team of medical scientists in charge of monitoring the fugitives' mental stability. If Albert does not confront his greatest weaknesses and deepest fears, he will not survive the claustrophobic depths of the underground from which there is no escape and where the darkness hides more secrets than simply the growing madness of its inhabitants. Defy everything that's in your way to solve the horrible secrets that exists in the dark.
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  1. AWG
    Jun 17, 2013
    Too difficult and impossible to play. You get smashed almost as soon as the game begins and it seems to be no way to reach the end of it. Also, no detailed instructions about how to play it; suddenly some guy starts shooting at you. Why? You have to sort it out by yourself, even if that happens because you're breaking one of the basic rules of the game (no one told them anyway). Just bad. Expand
  2. Jul 16, 2013
    I bought is game on steam for a dollar, thinking it be fun, mindless third person arena shooter. However, I couldn't get past the first set of waves, due to clumsy controls and a bad camera. The controls hit detection quite bad and the game character moves far too slowly, for the constant dodging and running you need to do to survive. The camera seems to be the worse part for it though. It shows only the right side the character and is zoomed in too close to his back. So any enemies behind you or to the left side, will blindside you with a group beat down. Leading for many words yelled out, but best left not repeated. Expand
  3. Feb 28, 2014
    I don't remember exactly how much I spent on this in Steam, but it was certainly too much.

    If you press play you spawn somewhere, you get a
    spiked club from someone, you walk into some arena, engage in some generic combat with some enemies to get your ass beat because of clunky controls and rapidly declining levels of interest on your behalf, and that's it. I swear that description even makes it sound better than it is.

    I hope this wasn't meant to be some sort of teaser to make me want to buy Afterfall: Insanity. It achieved pretty much the opposite.