FORGOTTEN TORMENT: You wake up in an endless hell and set out to find the reason in this horror game
Forgotten Torment is a very short indie first-person horror game that was produced and developed by Pxl Dev in a two-day run for Pxl Jam, this year's horror-themed game jam, and published on June 9th. this year, for the itch.io platform. The plot of Forgotten Torment is quite simple and consists of the following situation: you wake up in endless hell without having the slightest idea what you did to deserve such a fate. Now it's up to you to explore the entire place for clues as to why you ended up in this dark and desolate place.
As simple as the plot of Forgotten Torment is its gameplay: the game has a simulation character, where the basic thing you do here is explore the place and interact with objects, more precisely keys to open the doors you find. The graphics is excellent, presenting a mix of PSX's serrated look with an atmosphere similar to Nintendo 64 games. Other than that, there's nothing else to comment, after all we're talking about a game created for a game jam. However, for the sake of aesthetics and plot, it would be interesting if the developer could work more on this game, because despite being simple, it has good potential for something more and better.
Check out the Forgotten Torment gameplay on our channel and, if you're interested, download the Forgotten Torment game from the itch.io page. The respective links can be accessed below.
CHECK OUT FORGOTTEN TORMENT GAMEPLAY HERE (On YouTube)