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Happy Friday! If you’re deciding to head into your weekend with a complete disregard for your already overflowing backlog (don’t pretend it’s not) then why not treat yourself to a free game on us? Consider it a treat.
Well, it’s not on us - it’s on the Epic Games Store. Right now, PC users can grab We Create Stuff’s psychological horror gem In Sound Mind for free - all you’ll need is an Epic Games store account. Perfect for those Saturday and Sunday spooks.
Be sure to check out the trailer for In Sound Mind below.
“As you awake in the corridors of an inexplicable building, you find the environment takes on a life of its own and leads you to discover a series of victims, all exposed to the same experimental chemical,” the game’s description reads on Steam. “In your search for answers, bizarre visions emerge and introduce a host of imposing horrors…and a cat named Tonia.”
Intrigued yet? You should be! The game is full of satisfying puzzles and unique boss fights, and according to HowLongToBeat, the main story is expected to take you just under 10 hours to complete, so it’s a solid length. In her review, GAMINGbible’s own Imogen praised the game, too: “We Create Stuff aimed to replicate old school horror in this game, and in that regard, it's a success,” she wrote. “The puzzles click together with satisfaction and nothing feels like it's been left behind in the journey from one tape to the next.”
If that wasn’t enough for you, one unique selling point of In Sound Mind is its soundtrack - it features original music by The Living Tombstone. If that name isn’t already familiar to you, that’s the person behind those Five Nights at Freddy’s songs that go way harder than they have any right to. You know exactly which ones I mean.
You’ve got just under a week (until 24 March) to download the game for free, and after that, you can play it whenever you like. On the Epic Games Store, In Sound Mind will usually cost you £29.99, so it’s a significant saving - grab it from here.
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