Tormentum – Dark Sorrow (guidance suggested, currently priced at $4.69) is new to the Amazon App Store, but it’s racked up an average review rating of 5/5 stars in other app stores and has even managed to impress the gamers who normally turn up their noses at point-and-click puzzle adventure games. From Amazon:
A nameless hero finds himself in a place between fantasy and nightmare. He doesn’t remember his name nor where he comes from. Wandering through strange lands, he struggles to discover the truth about the world around him, as well as about himself.
The dreamlike, nightmarish atmosphere of the game was inspired by the works of painters H.R. Giger and Zdzisław Beksiński. The game’s final look and feel was also strongly influenced by the universes of games such as Demon’s Souls or Dark Seed. This unique mixture gave life to a bleak and depressing world.
The story begins as the protagonist wakes up locked in a metal cage hanging below a large flying machine. It becomes clear he is its passenger against his will and the machine’s destination is unknown. The only vague memory he can summon in his mind is that of a sculpture atop a hill, depicting human hands reaching towards the sky.
Note that the second trailer, below, contains mature content and should be considered NSFW.
Those are, however, the least of his problems as the airship descends its flight towards a huge, gloomy castle which soon becomes his prison. Thus begins the surreal story bordering somewhere between dream and reality…