The year is 1899. Wealthy industrialist Oswald Mandus awakes in his bed, wracked with fever and haunted by dreams of a dark and hellish engine. Tortured by visions of a disastrous expedition to Mexico, broken on the failing dreams of an industrial utopia, wracked with guilt and tropical disease, he wakes into a nightmare. The house is silent, the ground beneath him shaking at the will of some infernal machine: all he knows is that his children are in grave peril, and it is up to him to save them.

Step back into the horror. Like The Dark Descent, this is a game driven by its story, exploration of the world and the constant fear of the unknown. You can expect classic Amnesia gameplay, physics interaction and the signature blend of high-end gaming with low system requirements.

Think you understand fear? Think again. A Machine for Pigs takes both the world of Amnesia and the technology of The Dark Descent to new heights of horror. Built using an updated version of HPL2 engine, the game features stunning visual and environment design, incredible music and audio effects and adapted artificial intelligence. These are all driven by a gut-wrenching, blood-curdling new story, set sixty years after the events of the original game.

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Strickebobo
Strickebobo Nov 5 2013, 12:35pm says:

A game that, despite much negativity, I thoroghly enjoyed. You can read my rather extensive review on a blog for which I write Indie Games Reviews. Hope this might help decde whether or not you should buy it!
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Moicano
Moicano Nov 4 2013, 1:39pm says:

this perfect game survival

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lordkgd
lordkgd Oct 15 2013, 8:23am says:

impossible de tester une demo avant d'acheter le jeu complet ?

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Speiderful
Speiderful Oct 2 2013, 6:02pm says:

my opinion is that it was awesome story and feeling in the game.
but not scary at all.

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TheUnbeholden
TheUnbeholden Sep 24 2013, 6:41am says:

I actually blame Frictional Games more than chineseroom. They where incharge of quality control. They should have tested the game and knew that it wasn't anywhere near as scary as the game should be. They knew it it barely had any enemy encounters, and when it did, it fell flat. They should have picked up on the chineseroom's inexperience and improved the game. Frictional games didn't fulfill their role.

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boredgunner
boredgunner Oct 16 2013, 11:44am replied:

That's not what a publisher does... usually there's nothing a publisher can do about that. They put the product out there and helped fund it, they did a fine job with quality control by pushing the release date back this much (so the game isn't very buggy). When it comes to game design, usually they provide feedback and suggestions but nothing more. There are exceptions of course, such as horrible deals with EA that forces devs to put in multiplayer, but clearly Frictional Games isn't like that.

At the end of the day the game is made by thechineseroom. If you want to blame Frictional Games for something, I guess blame them for giving the green light in the first place? Which allowed A Machine for Pigs to be called Amnesia, making everyone have the wrong expectations.

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TheUnbeholden
TheUnbeholden Jan 8 2014, 4:02pm replied:

Its not just the title that is the issue.. the trailer made the game seem like it was going to be scary. The end result as very very disappointing in this regard, they knew what they where doing to bring people in. The game doesn't even have some of the scares that are in the trailer. What we got was basically a interactive story with a tense atmosphere, not a horror title nor a amnesia title.

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AudioGhostX
AudioGhostX Oct 13 2013, 9:37pm replied:

Well they were working on their own game at the time, and still are. So I doubt they hardly did any testing.

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JACKERY12
JACKERY12 Sep 22 2013, 2:57pm says:

I didnt think it was scary but the story was so complex and intriguing and made me actually feel for the character. I am a little bit dissapointed that there is no custom strory support but overall the story had me wired in for hours. Great to buy for a complex story, not any puzzles so overall i enjoyed it (y)

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VanOysterson
VanOysterson Oct 12 2013, 6:50pm replied:

No custom story support... yet.

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Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs
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Highest Rated (5 agree) 7/10

I enjoyed this game quite a lot. I personally think that handing this to thechineseroom was not too much of the greatest idea, rather, Frictional Games should have done all the work, ALL, and they should have said NO DON'T DO THAT! AND THAT! BAD BAD! Removing elements (Yes I'M GONNA BRAG ABOUT IT BALHBVALH, I'LL TELL YOU WHY:) such as the sanity was something TDD was special for, because it created tension, and so did running out of oil, and what the hell am I gonna do with my life after it depletes…

Sep 11 2013, 8:00am by Kasumi-G

Lowest Rated (10 agree) 4/10

Compared to Amnesia: The Dark Descent I can only give 4 out of 10 points because it is not as scary and I miss the looting for laudanum and oil and the influence of the sanity. Also I miss the fear of running out of oil or walking in the dark.

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