Lithium: Inmate 39 Truly Explores The Dark Corners Of The Mind
If you have a craving for creepy interactive originality, pay attention.
As revealed over at the PlayStation Blog, developer CanuArts has embraced the following intriguing question:
"Have you ever felt trapped within a nightmare you can’t wake up from?"
The result is Lithium: Inmate 39, a psychological thriller boasting a series of challenging puzzles. The narrative centers on a psychiatric patient who has to return to his origins; discovering the truth about his past is the only way he'll find answers. The interesting twist is that we control a character that looks like a "humanoid lemur," because this is the way the patient views himself. Each chapter will present you with "perils, traps, and puzzles" that will illuminate more of the character's trials and tribulations.
We can expect "around 30 different types of enemies and creatures" as well, and the designers have made sure that each "has a meaningful connection with the main story." Most were actually inspired by drawings made by real psychiatric patients! And here's more info:
"We are introducing a game with an unsettling, gloomy, and intriguing atmosphere. It is designed in grey scale colors with vivid blood red being displayed in dangerous and deadly situations. In order to increase the sense of claustrophobia and panic, fixed camera angles have strategically been placed to force the main character to confront his worst nightmares. In moments like this a very powerful ally will be helpful to furiously tear apart and destroy your enemies."
I'm definitely gonna try this one.
Related Game(s): Lithium: Inmate 39
3/28/2016 9:23:31 PM Ben Dutka