Release: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

Descend into the bowels of London!
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, a chilling survival horror game set in the stinking underbelly of Victorian London, is available on for only $19.99.
The year is 1899, the eve of the new century. As industrialist London, anxious with anticipation, readies its factories and production lines for the impending golden age, Oswald Mandus, a troubled tycoon, wakes up from a nightmarish vision. Overcome by mind-numbing fever, unable to discern reality from a hallucinatory fantasy, he cannot drown out the hellish noise of mysterious machine. Is the sound real? The echo still reverberating inside his skull, the shape and form of this ominous apparatus gripping him, like a deliric spectre. The man rises from his bed aghast with sudden fear: "My children… Where are my children?" The deafening scream of the infernal engine drowns out his hesitant steps.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is an exceptionally creepy exercise in industrial revolution horror. Building upon the ideas and mechanics used in Amnesia: The Dark Descent, the game will shock you with a nightmarish world all its own. Fans of the genre will definitely appreciate the ominous soundtrack by award-winning composer Jessica Curry as well as the detailed, haunting environments designed to evoke claustrophobia and paranoia. With the focus shifting towards phantasmagoric storytelling, with a nauseating secret at the heart of Oswald Mandus' ordeal, this perfectly paced horror will not only make you gasp for air while playing, but is sure to leave you shaken for weeks after.
Experience first hand the descent into insanity, and delve deeper into the soul-grinding horrors of Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, for only $19.99 on