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Inmates

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

47

Top Critic Average

20%

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Based on 10 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCOct 5, 2017

Developer: Davit Andreasyan

Publisher: Iceberg Interactive

Genres: Horror, Puzzle

The most frightening thing about Jonathan’s nightmare is that he may not be dreaming...

Inmates is a psychological horror game with puzzle elements in which you must find out the truth behind your confinement and uncover the dark secrets of the run-down prison you find yourself in.

You’ve awoken from a nightmare, Jonathan. But did it truly end? You are in a seedy prison cell and have no clue how you got there. You’re terrified and confused, but you also feel something else: a painful sense of familiarity. You’ve convinced yourself this is all just a bad dream. Unfortunately, according to the voice coming from the old radio, things are not as simple as you’d like them to be.

Delve deep into your psyche while trying to stay sane, in this most disturbing of horror games.

Review Data

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Mighty Head
0
Strong Head
0
Fair Head
0
Weak Head
5

Trailers

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Inmates - Official Launch Trailer

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Inmates - 'Despair' Teaser

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Inmates - Gamescom Announcement Trailer

Screenshots

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PC Gamer

42 / 100
PC Gamer

A horror game with few scares, Inmates is imprisoned by its lack of ambition.

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COGconnected

55 / 100
COGconnected

_________________________ “In its current state, Inmates plays more like a promising proof of concept than a finished product.

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Hardcore Gamer

2.5 / 5.0
Hardcore Gamer

Inmates is a textbook example of untapped potential.

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GameWatcher

3 / 10.0
Emma Matthews

Inmates had ambitious intentions and a few good ideas, but these were not executed well at all. Fear and thrills were extinguished by the questionable 'shaking head' effect and the game's puzzles remained overly simplistic and did not feel challenging or rewarding to complete. In addition, I encountered a number of bugs that stopped me from progressing, at points. While this game may be attractively short for some, I cannot recommend the experience.

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