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The iconic fright-filled game "Amnesia: The Dark Descent" is now accessible on mobile screens with upgraded features that will give players a chilling experience and push them towards insanity. The game's protagonist Daniel, wakes up inside an old castle without any recollection of his identity, how he arrived there or what happened. The Castle Brennenburg instills a sense of fear within him, making Daniel feel as if something sinister is lurking around waiting to snatch him away. He discovers a note signed with his name that informs him that he chose to forget his past in order to escape the agonizing traumas and mental wounds.
Players have to help Daniel overcome his fears and enter the castle's most menacing precincts, where he must confront the frightening inhabitants as each encounter threatens his life. He must ascertain the castle's haunting secrets, and depending on the outcome, escape unscathed or be doomed to perish.
The game's important highlights are fear-grasping horror, a compelling mystical storyline requiring players to explore the darkest depths of human consciousness, and unparalleled graphics unseen in mobile games. The puzzles in the game are based on the realistic physics of the environment, which makes it all the more challenging and entertaining. Players can use famous analog controls, thoughtfully modified to function smoothly on touchscreens—utilize your fingers to pull levers, twist valves and navigate through doors in an experience similar to using your real hands.
There are several differences in the updated format of the game. The first is the 'Safe mode,' where players can explore Castle Brennenburg's premises without encountering any monsters, making it ideal for those suffering from game phobias. Lantern won't utilize its oil when used in this mode.
The second update is the 'PSX mode,' which changes the game's graphics and music to relate to PlayStation 1 gaming. Play "Amnesia: The Dark Descent" as if it were a 90s game release.
The final update is 'Mirror mode,' where players will have the Castle Brennenburg's layout turned upside down, giving them an entirely different gaming experience.
DISCLAIMER: This application has nothing to do neither with Frictional Games nor their copyrighted content. It is a hobbyist project, and the players will have to own a legal copy of 'Amnesia: The Dark Descent' before playing Sclerosis. Any texture, designs, sounds, and music utilized in the game are Frictional Games' property, except when mentioned otherwise. Sclerosis neither supports nor condones pirated versions of the game.