By Psyop Games
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Nightmare: Malaria drops you into the bloodstream of a young girl infected with malaria. Can you make it out alive?
- Survive 18 levels of fever-dream visuals through two worlds: Blood and Brain.
- Save the stranded teddy bears on every level to advance.
- Avoid killer mosquitoes using your wits and the safety of mosquito nets.
- Featuring the voice of Academy Award-winner Susan Sarandon.
- First iOS game created by Emmy award-winning studio Psyop.
- Completely Free! No in-app purchases.
In support of raising awareness and funds to battle malaria, Emmy award-winning production company Psyop created Nightmare: Malaria, it's first game for iOS, through a partnership with the Against Malaria Foundation (AMF), ranked the #1 most effective charity by Give Well, The Life You Can Save and Giving What We Can.
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What's New in Version 1.1.1
***Fix for crash when selecting Brain world
***Revised World 1 - now 12 levels, featuring refined platforming
***Game now loads much faster (a few seconds, instead of a minute).
***Controls tweaked to improve playability.
***Cell grip angle adjusted to improve playability.
***Overall runtime memory use decreased by half.
The game has a nice eerie feel with the graphics and sounds however the controls are causing me way too much trouble. You have a circle in the bottom left corner that you move right or left to navigate. This circle sometimes goes back to the middle even though my finger has not and my character stops in place resulting in my death which also causes me many problems while trying to not get bounced all over the place like a pinball by cells. It would be a lot easier if they provided simple right and left arrows (more in the bottom middle of the screen)to navigate. Not having a way to know if Mosquitos are coming is disheartening as well. The concept is a win but they failed on the playability. Hope this changes.
That was sure was one big scary mosquito at the opening!
This game gives you the chills when playing as this helpless child stumbling through her own blood vessels and the brain to escape malaria infected bugs and other contaminated parts of the body. Since I arrived a bit late to run into any previous problems, it's safe to say I enjoyed this one. Extra points for the artistic stages!
This is a stunning informational platformer about the horrors of a young girl suffering malaria. The game beautifully combines the eerie, creepy, yet amazing graphics of Limbo, but adds tons of statistics and information about malaria and spreading the word about it. I highly suggest making other games spreading awareness of other disorders and diseases (anorexia, depression, etc.) I want to thank the whole crew for such an amazing experience :)