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Jun 12, 2014 | 6:25 PM EDT

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You have explored may asylums. This time the magic continues. The evil is back and has spread itself around 4 locations. Use your skills to locate the portals and travel through magic realms to rid the evil from the asylums!

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tadametadame

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It took me quite a long time to complete this game. There were more than 40 rooms which weren't directly connected to one another. You had to unlock four portals which provided access to one orbit shop (selling maps and a crystal ball) and three segregated areas of rooms. Collecting orbits wasn't enjoyable at all.

Thanks to the walk through! I was stuck with six jewels and a screw shut slot machine. A screw driver was found on a flush toilet top and allowed me to open the slot machine and remove a slightly protruding tile which hid a blue jewel. Putting back the jewels was killing me as I had to search through each and very location again.



123toytoy1243123toytoy1243

Rated 5 / 5 stars

my favourite scenes were the arcade and the dirty toilets they brought the scare in to the game also the skeleton creature scared the shit out of me so you got full stars



GeminateGeminate

Rated 4 / 5 stars

What can you say, Selfdefiant makes games to play for free and so you must appreciate that fact. If you don't like free games because they lack quality or content, uh duh, it's because they are free. Selfdefiant does consider constructive suggestions and sometimes implements them, such as animated ghouls. Ultimately Selfdefiant makes games to please himself, and if you don't like them or are bored by them, then I can only suggest that you do not play them. Most people know what to expect when playing a game by Selfdefiant, since he sticks to formulas that he has developed over the years. Creating a game in the horror genre isn't a simple task, you have to decide who your target audience is by age. Selfdefiant seems to be targeting a very young audience, he doesn't make the games too scary or over the top horrifying and gory. Those players that are seeking truly horrific games will not like Selfdefiant's games and should not play them. Perhaps in urging Selfdefiant to create a game for adults that is completely evil and terrifying, with a great and lengthy backstory, he might attempt to do so. Selfdefiant has the skills to create such a game but I wouldn't wait around for that to happen because I don't think he wants to make such games as proven by his myriad of light horror adventure games, escape games etcetera. Asylum Redux is a decent game and very typical of what Selfdefiant has been producing for many years, so there are no surprises, simple puzzles, predictable tools, a little magic and mystery and that's all.


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MasqueradeXMasqueradeX

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

I enjoy many games even more so when it is a simple point and click horror game. However the horror game has to have some scares, and sadly this one did not. The concept was intresting, and the realism of the rooms where as well however the use of the "ghosts" were not really going in with the background. The rooms where large and most part useless so I cant really give you a great review on this.



AdonCaAdonCa

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Sadly, I need to agree that this seems to be the same game you've made numerous times... a whole lot of pixel-hunting, next to no story, and a lot of very familiar pics. I think you have potential, but you're in a massive rut. How often can we retread the same theme without adding anything to keep it fresh?