“Sanitarium” returns on mobile platforms…

Attention retro horror video game enthusiasts! French video game company, DotEmu recently announced that the psychological thriller “Sanitarium” will be the latest entry to their line of Android and iOs mobile gaming. “Sanitarium” is a point and click Horror puzzle game developed by DreamForge Intertainment and published by ASC Games, and was originally released in 1998 for PC platform. “Sanitarium” and had won Adventure Game of the Year.

The synopsis to the game “Sanitarium” is as follows:

In Sanitarium you play an amnesiac thrust into a morbid, really creepy universe. After a car accident you wake up to find that instead of lying in a hospital, you’re in an asylum with your head wrapped in bandages. Who the hell am I? What am I doing here? How do I escape? There endless questions eating away at you, and so too are the many puzzles you’ll need to resolve throughout this immersive, captivating adventure.

Below is the trailer to “Sanitarium” for the Steam

Sanitarium Features / Enhancements: 

  • Choose between touch mode and pad mode
  • A new easy-to-use interface specially adapted for touch devices
  • Automatic save system
  • Dynamic ON/OFF hint system
  • New inventory system
  • 20 Achievements to unlock
  • Choose between full screen mode & original mode
  • 3 languages available: English, French, German (voices and text)
  • Switch between Full Screen mode or original mode

However despite the modernized changes from the PC version of “Sanitarium” to the mobile platform all aspects of the original game will remain true to the original.  “Sanitarium” would make a nice Halloween treat for many retro horror game enthusiasts as “Sanitarium” is slated for released on both Android and iOS platforms on Thursday, the 29th of October 2015. However if you don’t want to wait or prefer more traditional methods of gaming, “Sanitarium” is currently available via Steam

 

Source: androidauthority.com

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