Fibrillation is a first person philosophic horror with elements of mysticism for a run-through in one breath. You’ve got only one chance to play through the whole game with no savings. The main character is called Ewan. He is wandering about mysterious places trying to find a way out. Hallucinations? A trap of mind? Life in the balance? Haunted by his own fears, the main character has to make sense of it all and find a way out. Passing through all of these obstacles a player will face a choice that will influence the end of the whole game and Ewan’s destiny. Homepage games egorrezenov.com
Dont listen to 6qnZOn9l's review.
He gave the game a good rating but he made sum stupid comments that made him rate lower than he should have.
First off the game for me as a full, yes I own the full version, took me on my first play threw and since only like 20-30 minutes tops to complete.
Now this may because so far I havent really resist much at the part with the heart monitor and what not but I am not 100% sure.
But I can tell you this game is truly short but for what its short for it is worth the $$$ to get it.
Secondly if the game is that short then there is no need for a save system. + It aint like this game has really any enemies that fight back or take your life from you.
Thirdly jest buy the game. It is bloody amazing and a really good look at what I would say the hinges between life and death.
Also will update here with links to vids of me playing the game in 1080p HD on youtube when I gettem made.
From a game play standpoint, this is an exploration game in a 3D environment. This environment is mostly maze-like and often surreal. The horror element is really well done Amnesia style, with heart beats and vision changes doing most of the work.
Despite the lack of real interactivity with the environment (you can only move around, not do anything like open doors etc.), the game made me want to continue, made me want to see the next "crazy" level. The game is short, but not nearly as short as the 40 minutes remark of the author may make you believe.
This makes the lack of a save feature all the more problematic, as the real life tends to interrupt longer game play sessions. I also found one or two small secrets and I guess there may be some more, but the necessity of replaying the whole game until that point makes me unwilling to look for them in later levels.
The demo will show you if you like the game, the full game will bring more strange levels and the conclusion of the story.