MIND: Path to Thalamus Crack/Patch

MIND: Path to Thalamus MIND: Path to Thalamus is a First Person Puzzler that throws you into a fantastic and surreal environment. You will bend the natural elements to your will in order to progress in this emotive, mindbending tale.

Download MIND: Path to Thalamus Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
7
Downloads 1671
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Company / Developer
Carlos Coronado / Carlos Coronado

MIND: Path to Thalamus reviews ( 7 )

breton, Aug 5, 2014

Are you a fan of puzzle games and good narrative? If your answer is yes, buy mind NOW! dreamy landscapes, fantastic allegories, and a brilliant soundtrack. What else?

cam1127, Aug 14, 2014

Awesome puzzle game. The visuals are just espectacular and the overall experience breathtaking. If you enjoyed Portal, Myst or Braid, this is your game. Totally worth the 13$ !

RaulFactory, Jun 1, 2016

This game is awesome. I've played on pc version (no VR) and I still amazed with its landscapes. Artistically, MIND is better than other AAA games. You can enjoy the environment at your pace without hazards because it is a First Person Puzzler. No weapons, no enemies... only need to solve puzzles in order to know what did happen with Sophia. If you want to discover what a redemption path and like riddles and puzzles, do yourself a favour and play MIND: Path to Thalamus.

Sjalka, Aug 18, 2014

this game is very tranquil - but it feels like - or is obvious ( if that was actually the case ) that the game suffers from polish. - the pacing is a mixed bag, the puzzles are alright but not too creative. the style and design is very well - but also very minimalistic - in a way. the game looks stylish - while it does hide some graphical deficiencies ( as in ... it could have been much more in terms of fidelity ) sound design is well done - difficulty seems more for the casual player, while solving time sometimes seems to be stretched a bit beyond acceptable time ( no big issue ) - meaning, you quickly figure out what you have to do - but it takes a sometimes tedious bit of time to actually execute it. the whole tone of this game is very well done - and the overall positive aspects are much greater than the negative ones. it certainly is a game worth the money / worth the time.

Gracz-org, Aug 8, 2017

MIND: Path to Thalamus to intrygujący tytuł, który łączy w sobie cechy kilku gatunków - z zagadkami logicznymi na czele. Fabuła potrafi jednak momentami znużyć, a powtarzane wciąż monologi głównego bohatera nieźle zirytować. Ukończenie gry zajęło mi natomiast około 5 i pół godziny (gdyby nie zagadki logiczne, czas ten byłby zapewne o połowę krótszy). Historia opowiedziana w tej produkcji nie jest w końcu aż taka zła, można było ją jednak nieco dopracować - tak, by szła w parze z całkiem niezłą rozgrywką. Nie każdy tytuł musi być przecież idealny, prawda? Wtedy szybko byśmy się nimi wszystkimi znudzili… Grę możecie nabyć tutaj. Plusy: + surrealistyczny świat, który momentami wygląda rewelacyjnie + intrygujące i nieźle zaprojektowane lokacje + całkiem przyjemne zagadki logiczne + momentami ścieżka dźwiękowa i grafika Minusy: – niedopracowany wątek fabularny – irytujące monologi głównego bohatera – finałowe starcie i zakończenie Pełna recenzja dostępna jest na blogu Gracz.org

aditya1101, Oct 5, 2017

It's an interesting game and a cool concept, but it wears out its welcome pretty quickly. I got bored of the game way too fast, because it's just too slow and there's not enough to do. Maybe I would've liked it more as a VR experience.

ROKUGAN, Aug 7, 2014

One single word to describe this game: IRRITATING. I played it to completion. At first I was intrigued as I've had great experiences with other narrative games (eg Dear Esther, Gone Home), but tbh the best moment in this game was when after completion I un-installed it. Boring trial and error puzzles, lots of nonsense, repetitive scenarios, crappy graphics, and most of all: a dialogue that is as presumptuous as absurd and irritating. I ended hating the main character's non-stop wining about his daughter. God I've never play another indie game again without a direct recommendation from a trustful source. You're warned about this one!