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Silent Asylum

rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Oct 26, 2015 | 4:35 PM EDT

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Painter 10 Points Paint!
Levers 25 Points Pulled them all!
Sneaky! 25 Points Find a sneaky hiding spot!
Speedy 25 Points Buy the crystal to travel faster!
Piano master 50 Points Play the piano
Escape! 100 Points Escape!

Author Comments

You are the lead investigator of a paranormal group based out of Seattle. You received a call about an abandoned asylum located a few miles from your home. You decided to go alone and check it out. Once you were inside you knew something was wrong. Now you are trapped inside by some strange force! Before you start to panic, pull yourself together and figure out how to escape! Good luck and have fun playing!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This one took a bit longer than usual. The blue gem got me for a while.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked the game very much and I didn't find myself stuck other than the moments to get the screwdriver, which was pretty hard to notice in the room it was in; and with the piano puzzle, where I didn't notice the page had a bottom part until much later. For the people who said it was hard getting the orbs, try using the rose lens in the rooms to check for them, it helped me.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Game play is generic. Collecting 100 orbs is certainly a lot of work. Thanks to the walk through, I was stuck at four points. First, I couldn't find a screwdriver. Second, I didn't know where to use the green spray paint. Third, I didn't know that I couldn't move the music note paper to see its bottom. Last but not the least, I totally forgot there was a sealed page at the end of a book. After collecting all gems, it's tedious to fit them into their corresponding colour slots. As a result, it took me an hour to finish this game.

Graphics are okay, but the sound effect is old.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

First time I didn't need the walk-through lol

I love these games---great job. Selfdefiant!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

A really cool concept for sure- I like the idea of collecting orbs (Are they meant to be souls, maybe?) to exchange for items. Though I must admit, looking for orbs was rather difficult at times. In fact, a good few items and hints weren't well placed, and I ended up overlooking some and having to consult the walkthrough. The piano puzzle was also hard to do, and I ended up trying many times from either losing my place in the song (I'd recommend some slight tone differences if you repeat this puzzle going forward.)

All in all, a neat game with an eerie atmosphere. It's a refreshing change from plain old jumpscares. I look forward to playing more of your games!