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Asemblance is a mind-bending first-person psychological horror game. The game is inspired by The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, and the Black Mirror TV series.  As you awaken you realize you are trapped inside an experimental machine. A machine built for simulating memories. You no longer remember why you went into the machine. But an AI voice can be heard and it guides you.


When you try to escape you start to recall memories from the past… unpleasant memories you may not want to remember. Though you have no choice. You are stuck in something which seems like a living nightmare. You do not even know what is real and what is not.


Are these your memories? Can you still trust your own mind? You are not sure if you are even in control anymore. Nothing seems clear and nothing makes any sense. The first thing you will want to do is figure out what the hell is going on. As you will soon discover this is easier said than done.


The gameplay consists of exploring different areas. Searching for clues and finding objectives. By doing so you will be able to get past one memory and onto the next. So basically instead of chapters/levels we are dealing with memories. These need to be passed in order to progress through the game. The memories and puzzles you encounter require you to remember certain important things. You can then piece things together to figure out a bigger puzzle.


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Asemblance Final Thoughts

This is a visually stunning game with immersive gameplay. The graphics are delightful and look almost photorealistic. Playing Asemblance with headphones ensures for the ultimate immersive experience. The whole game is purely an experience which is meant for you to explore. Multiple endings can be used. This adds extra replayability to the game.


For a memorable experience, we encourage you to check out Asemblance. Simply one of the best games in its genre we have seen in a while. If you like mind-bending types of games. Add Asemblance to your game library today and you will certainly be glad that you did.

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