Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 File Format: zip
SHA1 Hash: 2a5e2f3d6d23f83dccb7f3b54a719cb7d4933b69 Game Platform: PC | Windows
Size: 956.66 MB
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Downloads: 1035 License: Free
Cyberphobia is a free game by Spectral Illusions and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download Cyberphobia which is 956.66 MB in size and belongs to the games category VR, First Person, Horror, Sim. Cyberphobia was last updated on 2017-04-27 and is currently at version 1.
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Almost everyone has some kind of irrational fear of something, or a phobia as itâ€™s called. Whether itâ€™s heights, spiders, birds or anything else, the person in question usually knows that the fear is irrational, but thereâ€™s nothing they can do to stop being afraid. Obviously, itâ€™s possible to get over it after a while, especially with a bit of conditioning.
Experience your worst fears in virtual reality
Cyberphobia is a non-interactive horror experience designed for Oculus Rift, in which you get to watch a series a of horrible situations unfold in front of you. In short, the game is all about putting you face-to-face with your phobia, whatever it might be. Obviously, it only features some of the most notorious phobias, but the selection is great enough to make almost everyone uncomfortable.
The experience puts you in the role of a student who falls asleep in the middle of his psych class, only to wake up when the section about phobias is being shown. However, all of this is in his head, because the phobias discussed on the screen quickly turn to reality for the student in question. You are taken for a ride as well, so youâ€™ll be able to see whatever the student sees as well.
Watch out for spiders and the devil itself
Although the experience starts with a pretty tame jump scare, things get more personal after that, so you may want to make sure that you can handle a bit of stress. Whether you are faced with huge spiders that jump on your face or you find yourself hundreds of feet up in the air with nothing to hold onto, the experience only gets more exciting. In fact, youâ€™ll visit hell itself before itâ€™s all over.
To make sure you are as immersed as possible, the game features extremely detailed graphics, aided by beautiful special effects courtesy of the Unreal Engine 4. Everything is covered in high-resolution textures as well, so you shouldnâ€™t worry about noticing any pixels. On the other hand, this means that youâ€™ll require a powerful computer in order to run the game smoothly.
An engaging atmosphere to put your Oculus Rift to the test
In the end, Cyberphobia is one hell of an experience, especially if you are having trouble with any of the pictured phobias. Not only that, but it is also directed very well, although itâ€™s a shame you cannot interact with anything.