Mindworld is a FPS Action Adventure set in a surreal dreamworld. The main concept of the game is to heavily connect with the player's emotions, making the game a movie-like experience. You experience the action with the eyes of Katherine Evans, a 22 year old student of psychology. When her best friend Jack died, her life should totally change. Three years has gone by since the incident and Katherine has found several techniques to connect with her subconscious mind via lucid dreaming. When she finally understands the whole power of lucid dreaming and dream interpretation, the journy into her deepest mind has just begun...

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jaizee721 Feb 25 2011 says:

That's a little creepy.

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jjawinte Feb 26 2011 says:

I love it. It should be unnerving at the very least.

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[...]The dreams start to get more and more confusing, they change faster and faster each time. Suddenly, a huge train is heading towards me, I stare at my hands - 'My rings and tattoo are missing, what is going on? Where am I? What is this? Is this a dream?' She then recognized the huge difference of how detailled her hands are and how blurry her environment seems to be. The train now moves in slowmotion, time seems to get stretched, noises can be heard. Everything is so cold and blue, I can feel the moist of the air on my eyelashes. Then, I feel like falling, I try to grab onto something, but there is nothing around me. A disturbing, but very clear voice starts to talk, when [...]

Feb 25th, 2011
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