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Terrifying. If there was one word to sum up Madmind Studio’s new survival horror, it’s terrifying! Finding yourself in the depths of Hell, you take control of a Martyr who’s been condemned to spend the rest of time in a world made up predominantly of human flesh, bones and teeth. Even the stained-glass windows are made from human remains. With no memory of how you got there but the certainty that you don’t fancy staying there long term, you must seek out the Red Goddess, the supposed creator of Hell and ask her how to get out (which I’m sure she’s more than willing to share with you without any fuss at all…. yeah right).

Using your unique ability to possess other Martyrs and demons, you must travel through this horrifying environment using stealth and cunning with the emphasis on survival (although ironically on occasion dying isn’t necessarily an issue as you have the ability to possess another unfortunate soul). Warning – if you are slightly squeamish this game is most likely to give you nightmares for the rest of your life but for those that like a bit of gory action, Agony will be right up your alley. Maybe watch a light-hearted comedy after playing late at night, just before you go to sleep though.

Game Information

Release Date
31st December 1992
Publisher
Psygnosis
Total Rating
Unknown
Game Modes
Single player
Player Perspectives
Side view
Genres
Shooter, Adventure
Themes
Fantasy
Platforms
Amiga