We’re excited to share more about our upcoming game, In Sound Mind. After years of hiatus since Nightmare House 2, we’ve come back together to build a new horror experience, and teamed up with Modus to step things up! In case you’ve missed it, here's the Gamescom trailer that was previously featured at The Future Games Show below:
From the creators of Nightmare House 2 comes In Sound Mind, an imaginative first-person psychological horror game with frenetic puzzles, unique boss fights, and original music by The Living Tombstone. Journey within the inner workings of the one place you can’t seem to escape—your own mind.
We’ve recently updated our Steam demo with bug fixes, performance and lots of quality of life enhancements. If you haven’t played it yet, go play it while it’s still up! Or just wishlist <3 to keep track of our updates.
- Many small bug/quality of life fixes: Over the past few weeks we’ve read your feedback forms, forum discussions, and Discord chats. So, we’ve increased the player height, improved jump momentum for better platforming, improved phrasing in notes & hints, balanced puzzles, and enemies to just name a few!
- Most common crashes resolved: If you’ve been crashing on the ISM demo, it’s very likely to be resolved in this new update. We’ve identified the most common crash issue some players were having and confirmed a fix in this new build. In case you’re still facing issues, please let us know.
- Better controller support: PS4, XB1, and Switch controllers are now supported out of the box and do not require you to enable the Steam Controller features anymore. We also fixed some controller selection issues in menus.
We’re building our new Discord community, so feel free to join us for more on In Sound Mind, Nightmare House and more. Finally, let’s take a look at a new reflection mechanic we’re testing with the Mirror Shard. Ever had a short circuit and resolved it using… a mirror? It's an experiment, let us know what you think!
Looks very good! :3
good luck with the game :D
This looks really good. I especially love the mechanics shown in the second video.
No Series X release ? :(