Indie Game Review : Nevermind

Hello all subscribers and new readers today I am reviewing a very strange game that made me question my mentality and hope to god I never have to travel into anyone's mind. The game is called "Nevermind" and this is my first horror game that I have reviewed on here for the reasons that I don't do well around them ( FNAF ) so lets get started with this review shall we 

Overview

Nevermind is a first-person biofeedback-enhanced thriller adventure game that gets more challenging as you get more frightened, honing your ability to manage feelings of stress and anxiety. In Nevermind, you are a Neuroprober—a unique physician who, through the use of cutting-edge technology, is able to venture into the minds of psychological trauma victims for whom traditional treatment methods have proven ineffective. 

Trailer and Gameplay Footage 

Features

  • Cutting edge biofeedback-enhanced gameplay

  • A new, accessible take on horror-adventure games

  • Surreal, abstract mind scapes filled with secrets to unearth and puzzles to solve

  • Helps players practice techniques to manage everyday feelings of stress and anxiety

 

My Final Thoughts! 

So after playing through this game and seeing how your stress level change on what happens in the persons mind ( I am not giving away any secrets or any plot points ). The game is really fun for anyone that likes a little bit of jump scare/ puzzle solving and trying not to die from alot of creepy creepy things! Like the candy house which you will see in the gameplay video (sorry if it seems alittle slow thats my computer ^^;). that was a really creepy house with ..deadly spikes and baby dolls hanging on trees.

I really liked this game and this would be something that would interest alot of players that aren't really into the scary games to really definitely try this game out! 

Its on steam for 20$  

Available for Windows and Mac