Fragmented Memories Take Focus in State of Mind

By: Benjamin "Foghladha" Foley | : 318

Imagine waking up in the middle of a pile of rubble. Confused and disoriented, you no longer remember who or where you are. Everything seems strange to you. After staggering around you realize you were at the center of a terrorist attack and one of only a few survivors. Robots flood the scene in search of survivors, and as you fall to the ground you're greeted by the face of an android.

You wake in an infirmary and the first moments teach you how to move and interact. As you interact with various objects you begin to have flashes of your past life. But that's not all. You begin to have flashes of an alternate life as well.

State of Mind is an adventure game by Daedalic Entertainment where you play a anti-robotics journalist who discovers he has been part of an experiment to take a human mind and give it a virtual persona. Through your adventure, you will be flipping your point of view between your main character and your avatar alternate, as you  solve mysteries and uncovering the truth of your past.

Learn more about State of Mind at:

http://www.daedalic.de/en/game/State_of_Mind
or http://store.steampowered.com/app/437630/

 

Published: November 8th, 2016

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Benjamin "Foghladha" Foley
Managing Editor & Designer

Benjamin founded the Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community in 2001 and has since been the founder & activities director for this well known community. His role has gone beyond just running the Gaming Community and now includes running the Athletics Program in Portland, Oregon, as well as acting as the Managing Editor of the Gaiscioch Magazine, and is the Lead Producer on the Gaiscioch Livestream Productions. Additionally he networks with game developers to form relationships between Gaiscioch and development studios.

His experience in publishing dates back to helping his Grandparents who operated a printing press for over 40 years. In high school and college Benjamin excelled in journalism and played an active part in the school newspaper. Benjamin currently works full time as the director of technology for a franchise trade publication & education company.

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