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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BlasterLizard
BlasterLizard Sep 18 2013, 3:44pm says:

A lot of people is bullshiting, hating this game because they just can´t understand that serious game companies do not want to copy/paste their games. aamfp is an amazing game, but since it´s developed by another game company, it´s obvious that the concept of ''what is horror'' is different for them.

The game IS NOT scarier than the first one, but it almost reaches there. IT´S AN AMAZING GAME, for sure a ''must play'' game! The Chinese Room did an wonderful game for sure!

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☣Kaernk☣
☣Kaernk☣ Sep 20 2013, 3:54pm replied:

A lot of people can say the same about you. You are bullshiting for liking the game. Everyone doesn't feel the same way, that's how it is. Some people like it, some dislikes it, like everything else in the world.

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BlasterLizard
BlasterLizard Sep 20 2013, 4:04pm replied:

Ok, in this case you´re absolutely right. I´m bullshiting, but at least not the game. Because I know that it takes a lot of effort to make one. Everyone have the right to not like a game, like it happens with a lot of titles, but for serious, don´t say that something sucks when it doesn´t. Not liking a game, not being happy playing it and not enjoying a game is completely understandable, but hating something that was made precisely to make people enjoy and be happy/scared playing it? Ah come on! It´s unfair. The Chinese Room did a lot for their second game, I bet even the Frictional´s second game wasn´t as good as this one. Remember, Amnesia TDD is their fourth game. Amnesia AMFP is The Chinese Room´s second game. Think twice before ''bullshiting'' a game and ''hating'' something that doesn´t deserve this treatment :)

And yes, I respect your opinion of not liking the game. I don´t want to make a war, so I apologize if I offended you, I really didn´t wanted that. We´re both adults and we need to have a conversation like one.

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eXeTheGAYmaster
eXeTheGAYmaster Sep 19 2013, 2:20pm buried:

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I disagree

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Bottlecappizza
Bottlecappizza Sep 18 2013, 11:47am says:

I am a hardcore fan of ATDD, and I almost passed out when I found out this was coming out. When the game was released on tuesday 11th 2013 I finished it on Thursday and I thought the ending was amazing. I would like you to get aamfp.

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convulseaboveground
convulseaboveground Sep 17 2013, 3:50pm says:

I will actually PLAY the game before giving my opinion...

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Trinitylynne98
Trinitylynne98 Sep 18 2013, 1:42pm replied:

I only gave my opinion on it's being compared to TDD. I didn't rate it or say it was a great game etc. I bought Outlast over AMFP only because it came out a week earlier and I was dying to play a new survival-horror game. I will be buying AMFP hopefully on Friday, because I don't have much more than $50/month free in my budget for new games- Otherwise I would already own it.

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endosine
endosine Sep 18 2013, 3:08am replied:

Great idea. I Highly doubt the poor reviewers played it at all.

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wurmphlegm
wurmphlegm Sep 17 2013, 12:32am says:

Most excellent storyline. It was so crazy and messed up. I have been thinking about it for days. Wish the game was longer, but it was fun. Great game, but to those who are new to it. This game isn't a play to win. You must follow the storyline. This is what the game is all about. Yes it doesn't have as much interaction as TDD, but it was a fun experience.

-Wurmphlegm-

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prenz
prenz Sep 22 2013, 4:24pm replied:

Wath storyline? It's just "follow the ******* path".

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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…

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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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