Nevrosa: Prelude-GexagonVR

Released Apr 2017 4.5★
You woke up in a strange place — is it a dream or reality? What do you need to do? Are you alone here?

A sneak peak into Nevrosa world that brings new gameplay mechanics to VR games:

Redirect walking — we don’t use teleport or any other locomotion system. You’ll have to do it on your own but don’t go beyond your chaperone! You can get on youtube!
No jumpscares.
You just take things with your hands and only one button is used — press a trigger on your controller to interact.
Oh and you can die. And probably will.

Original puzzles, dark atmosphere and creepy creature and a creepy creature that follows you will help you to prepare for the upcoming full-time escape-horror experience that will finish the story you have started.

Some more things you’ll probably find in Nevrosa: Prelude

Art deco-inspired environment filled with creepy puzzle machines is waiting to share it’s secrets.
Survival horror elements: strange creatures hide in this room… What will happen when you meet?
An evil artifact in your hands: why does it follow you? Does it whisper something or is it just in your head?
Dark soundtrack with position sound system.
Different endings: you decide how this nightmare ends.

User Reviews

Oct 31, 2018
The experience is short and it’s going to leave you with a lot of questions about what you’ve just witnessed. I don’t want to ruin the fun of what you’ll find inside, but Gexagon have managed to create a well-detailed look into their striking escape room experience, one that shouldn’t be ignored if you’re a fan of horror games. I’d honestly wager that the Nevrosa series is going to be one of those experiences that really helps define the future of what can be done when you use virtual reality—and the unique opportunities that it offers—to its full extent.

Jan 22, 2019
Promising demo, i think i’ll try the full game as well.

Jun 29, 2018
Good and creepy game. I like it! Unfortunately it the game is rather short

Dec 24, 2018
Short game, not so scary, but with some good ideas.

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