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
A great horror, but it could really use some visual cues as to where to go in a few spots.
Ex.: The rooftop jumps, I spent a while wandering what I believe to be sandy ruins, and that little bit where I needed to wait for (Death?) to back away down the hall really screwed me up, I even spawned on top of it as I recall.
Compared to other first person games where you are only really given the ability to walk and jump, this game maintains a great interest curve. Just when I felt like exiting the game, I figured out what to do next, and the game itself was interesting enough throughout playing that I didn't feel like I was just mindlessly walking down a hall.
I have to say, the voice your character has was a little out of place and badly acted, but it didn't really ruin the experience or anything.
For a game that is essentially just walking (and some jumping) this game does a great job of delivering a unique experience.