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Horror at Innsport

by Karmic Shift Studios

Episode 2 of Horror in the Darkness
Horror
2016

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(based on 3 ratings)
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Horror at Innsport is an exploration adventure game inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, where players explore and investigate a large open world map, progressing though an engaging and exciting story. It is a mobile phone adaption of the classic text-based adventure genre, similar to the point-and-click classics. The game combines a bleak environment, an sense of underlying dread, and several action sequences with moments of comedy to keep you entertained.

As a sequel to the acclaimed "Horror in the Darkness", our protagonist arrives at the small fishing village of Innsport searching for young Lacy Wentsire. Reclusive and decrepit, the village holds it's own secrets and doesn't welcome outsiders.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
"The world is indeed comic, but the joke is on mankind.", September 17, 2022
by jakomo
Related reviews: Horror in the Darkness

The sequel to Horror in the Darkness is bigger and more ambitious: this time, there are actual NPCs scattered around the isolated island town you are exploring to find a missing girl, and significant plot events actually happen to you, rather than being related to you via scattered letters you find lying around. But bigger is not necessarily better: the implementation feels sparser, like the effort given to more locations, more objects and more puzzles has reduced the effort given to implementing unique responses for non-critical-path actions. Pacing, mood and atmosphere are also a slight step down. The first game wasn't particularly scary, but this one almost veers into comedy at times. Still worth playing if you enjoyed the original (and the (Spoiler - click to show)genocidal ending is... an interesting choice).

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