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Fear of the blank.



<span class="bold">Layers of Fear</span>, a horror adventure where you brush against your most creative nightmares, is available now for Windows, Mac, and Linux, DRM-free on GOG.com.

What is art if not a gut-wrenching battle between the established and the proposed, the innovative and the classic, the bold and the conventional. Does the artist captivate his subjects or does he set them free? Does he reshape his surroundings using his paintbrush as a carving knife or do they reshape him, hacking off pieces and peeling back layers until his very soul lays bare? Once you're faced with a blank canvas, all these questions come crushing down on you and you'll have to draw your own exit if you are ever going to reach salvation before you reach the bottom.

Finishing your masterpiece threatens to be your undoing as Layers of Fear keep stacking on your psyche. Your most dependable source of inspiration, the 19th century paintings hanging on every wall, are now turning on you, playing tricks on your fragile mind. The foreboding mansion shifts, spins, and bleeds in the blink of an eye, leading your mind astray with its impossible architecture and walls covered in horrible markings. Horrors that you thought you had buried forever now come shambling out of the woodwork. This is how the mind of a deranged artist looks like. Can you peel back the insanity and unearth the terrible secrets that lie beneath?



Paint your greatest sins in the color of madness and finish your masterpiece before you are consumed by <span class="bold">Layers of Fear</span>, DRM-free on GOG.com.
Nice! Day one release.
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Aspyr-Blair: ...
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rampancy: Welcome to GOG, Aspyr! As a Mac gamer, I've had a lot of fond memories of your company -- I still have many of your original physical releases of your ports. While I'm not holding my breath, I'm hoping this means we'll be seeing your Mac ports of your Star Wars games soon...
Aw thanks! As to Star Wars...I'm working on it ;)
May the Force be with you!
Post edited February 16, 2016 by Barry_Woodward
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Dumb release time. Dumb.

Also, wasnt this bundled to hell and back already - or am I thinking of another game?! O_____o

Edit: apparently im thinking of a different game.

Edit2: still a dumb release time. Goodbye european launch sales!
Post edited February 16, 2016 by Sachys
You're thinking of another game.
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rampancy: Welcome to GOG, Aspyr! As a Mac gamer, I've had a lot of fond memories of your company -- I still have many of your original physical releases of your ports. While I'm not holding my breath, I'm hoping this means we'll be seeing your Mac ports of your Star Wars games soon...
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Aspyr-Blair: Aw thanks! As to Star Wars...I'm working on it ;)
Yay! You guys totally rock. I still remember how you were putting out Universal Binary and OS X patches for a lot of your legacy titles sometimes years after the fact. A lot of other game companies out there could take some lessons from you on how to properly support customers and keep them loyal.
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rampancy: Welcome to GOG, Aspyr! As a Mac gamer, I've had a lot of fond memories of your company -- I still have many of your original physical releases of your ports. While I'm not holding my breath, I'm hoping this means we'll be seeing your Mac ports of your Star Wars games soon...
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Aspyr-Blair: Aw thanks! As to Star Wars...I'm working on it ;)
Very cool, thanks. :) Besides Star Wars, hopefully you can find a way to bring the Mac version of SimCity 4.
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Aspyr-Blair: As to Star Wars...I'm working on it ;)
You’re great ;)
Okay Gog, okay. You got me. I want.
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Aspyr-Blair: Aw thanks! As to Star Wars...I'm working on it ;)
So, you're working on porting the Mac Classic OS build of X-Wing to Linux. Perfect.
Aspyr? This means the updated KOTOR II is near :)
Welcome and thanks for this release and the more to come!
OMG I shouldn't check GOG in the midnight. Now i saw that.... lady thing in the frontpage and... and... and how can i un-see it now huh? That "thing" is awful! :P

By the way, great graphics, it seems to be a very atmospheric experience and to be honest, something inside this game screams Clive Barker's Undying, or maybe it's just me. Not sure if i want to get immersed into it's world though...Too much stress lately and playing stressfull videogames won't do any good i suppose...

Also, welcome to GOG Aspyr!
At last, we have the almighty Aspyr among us. The circle is now complete.
Never forget that Aspyr brought us pc, mac and now linux gamers so many memorable games that I don't know where to start... rusky 1C classics, Paraworld, Anno games, Spyhunter, that spectacular DS ad-hoc game, Dreamkiller, that cool 2008 Turok and the supreme créme de la créme: STUBBS.
Not to mention their current line up which is, undoubtely, among the finest out there. How come you guys aren't millionaires yet? :P

Aspyr is love, Aspyr is life.
One of my top 5 publishers/devs are now here. Praise the lawd ;D
Post edited February 16, 2016 by vicklemos
DEFFO WANT.

...Although I watched a playthrough or two on TubeYou (granted, not of the full game, of course) and so I don't want to pay $20 offhand as I've seen a lot of the content. No discount, eh. I guess I wait a while. Wishlisted for like the millionth time.
I like the crazy sounding narrator in the 1st preview video on GoG for this game.

It makes all those voices in my head suddenly sound sane.