Nevrosa: Escape-GexagonVR

Released Oct 2018 4.1★
Nevrosa is an escape room game with horror and action elements, where you are trying to find your way out of laboratory through solving puzzles while being locked in with a strange creature. Mystical machines, old family curse and various endings depending on your ways of play.

• Total immersion — redirect walking locomotion design for natural walking inside your chaperone bounds.
• Unique gameplay — combining puzzle, action and horror elements with an intuitive narrative.
• Art deco-inspired environment filled with creepy puzzle machines and dangerous Mist world in the mirrors to explore.
• Evil artifact in your hands: why it follows you? Does it whisper something or it’s just in your head?
• Dark soundtrack with position sound system to dive further into Nevrosa world.
• Different endings: you decide how this nightmare ends.

Young Mr. Conway receives as inheritance old family manor somewhere in Northern Europe. His grandpa, William Conway, disappeared a few years ago and was famous for his scientific works and love to art deco style.
Unfortunately, Conway’s family mind disease impact became much stronger with ages, so no one knows anything about his last years of life.

Exploring old manor you’ve reached Grandpa’s laboratory where your curiosity leads to unexpected results.
Now you need to figure your way out of this room, try to solve grandpa’s mystery, keep your mind sane despite all strange things happening around and face your deepest fear — Conway’s disease, that takes your mind.

Will you stay human until the end?

• We prepared some special things for you to immerse deeper into Nervosa world:
• Full room scale locomotion: no teleport, touchpad movement or other tricks — feel free to walk around exploring environment like in real life. You’ll need only 1,5x2m to play.
• You have a body! We don’t hide or transform your hands too. If you take an object — you take it with your hand just like it supposed to be in the real life. So keep your fingers safe from fire and sharp objects — you’ll need them.
• Special modes — let’s keep it in secret for now 🙂
(also playable on Oculus Rift)

User Reviews

Nov 25, 2018
excellent jeux et en plus en francais , quelque grosse frayeur . Dommage qu’il soit trop court

Dec 08, 2018
Phenomenal game guys, would recommend.

Nov 17, 2018
super experience des jeux comme on aimerais en voir plus

Nov 14, 2018
As others have said, very atmospheric. Nevrosa is a very fun escape-room style game. Lot’s of tense moments, and the puzzles can be intricate, but always fair; you won’t need to check a guide to solve them as long as you explore the environment. Also the lack of locomotion (teleporting, sliding, etc) makes this game weak-stomach friendly.

This isn’t really a horror game so much as a thriller puzzle game. You won’t get scared out of your skin, but you will be put in situations that make you make quick decisions while under… duress.

Oct 28, 2018
actually cant believe they gave this one away for free, great graphics, sound and atmosphere. Puzzles are good and its nice and creepy. Great game!

Oct 19, 2018
Nevrosa: Escape is by far one of the most atmospheric escape room experiences I’ve ever had the opportunity to try out. The mechanics are simple, and the use of real-world locomotion versus teleportation or another artificial locomotion system helps to make an immersive environment that just begs you to explore it as deeply as possible. Multiple endings give players plenty of reason to replay the experience again and again. If you want to see what room-scale virtual reality has to offer and see what a well-crafted and immersive escape room experience can be, then Nevrosa: Escape should be at the top of your list of must-play Vive experiences.

Jun 02, 2019
A really good expression of “escape the room”. With monsters to pressure you.
I like this.

Mar 29, 2019
Beautiful and atmospheric, it’s really great and even creepy at times, I’m not much of a puzzle guy so when I reached the mouse and alchemy puzzle I just lost interest, but puzzles guys will probably love it.

Oct 21, 2018
What a great game [with some minor flaws]
This game is great! Lots of solvable problems in the goldilocks category = not too easy, not too hard! Clues are helpful. Graphics are beautiful, & small changes per play are nice.
There are also moments of brilliance, like out of bounds guides, idols on hands, start option prisms, attached arms, & the light beams maze… what a great interaction that I wouldn’t have imagined was feasible – yet this does it fantastically.

Areas to improve upon… 1) press left thumb button = settings menu. Then presented with options. I certainly didn’t want to “restart level”, am in a room so assumed “apartments” is back to start, and exit should be labeled QUIT = no obvious option! 2) It crashes 3) objects are glitchy and can be accidentally thrown out of reach 4) use mirror? 5) how replay differently?

Overall, this is a super fun game and recommended

Nov 11, 2018
The trailer showed a cool rifle loading mechanic which is not in the game. I would have given 4 stars otherwise. Decent game with some nice scares and cool puzzles. Very short though, even with all the endings.

Dec 23, 2018
Rated incredibly high, yet I’m not sure why. It’s an *okay* escape room game. Folks saying they spend two hours are being more than generous. It took me close to an hour to beat it and look at all the different endings. The puzzles are fine, though the physics can get a bit weird. Do what I did – if you have an extra subscription slot that is close to expiring, try this, otherwise it’s a rip off.

Oct 09, 2018

0 stars, i have a decent sized area to walk around but i cant even get passed the first part because my space isnt big enough. There isnt even a control to just walk around

Oct 25, 2019

So the game seems great atleast from the gameplay that ive seen but unforunately because i have an oculus it keeps putting my ass in solid objects and when i attempt to walk away from them i end up being to far away from the quest objects. If you game is ment and designed specifically for vive please do not put oclus as one of your supported devices.

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