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Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Timore 5 is an indie horror game, 5th one in Timore series. A scientist named Frank has done a lot inventing new things, but his experiments aren’t without the consequences. In this game Frank will try to record his dreams and convert them to computer data, allowing him to review his dreams later, but the experiment might not go as planned Compared to the other timore games, I think this is fairly good, although that’s not saying much. Game is quite repetitive, which adds to the boredom of a no-soundtrack enviroment. By the way, there is no soundtrack. At all. And there isn’t a sprint key either. Also, everything in the house ( which is really small ) is 98% the same color in different shades, sort off. There is a white fridge, some white mugs, and some dishes. That’s it, no more color than that, exept for a couple lines of text in red of course. Oh wait, almost forgot the most interesting aspect of the game : the mannequins. Actually, fairly good models when I look at them up close. Those are the most interesting thing in the whole game. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

you can spend a whole 2 minutes standing at them before they become as boring as the rest of the game. Story wise interesting, a bit only though…if it wasn’t because of how absolutely boring the game is, it simply brings down the little ( non-existent ) atmosphere the game and story create. Frankly, I can’t imagine how the developer didn’t do this on purpose. You can’t even laugh at the jumpscares or bad models because the game is so  boring. Have I already mentioned the game is extremely boring? Don’t buy, not even for fifty cents, unless you feel like falling asleep, drooling over your keyboard and breaking it. Right, I forgot, there is some sort of whiteish dead teen ghost hanging from a ghost rope ( also white, and you can see through it just like the pressumably a kid’s body ) attached.. No, glued to the ceiling. A truly wonderful experience. I like how you get to interact with about 4 things the entire game and you can’t die. Simply walk around aimlessly until a cheap jumpscare or epic troll occurs. The visuals are very nice, I like how the developers made a really nice texture to apply to everything in the game. It is very exhilerating when the everpresent soundtrack really gets your emotions going.

They hold our secrets within us and keep them inaccesible to others.

It is terrifying to see the same 4 monsters do the same thing on repeat and I was surprised each and every time. In all reality, the best part about this game is the completely random and hilarious trolls, like doors opening and closing as soon as you walk up to it. It’s not really better than the previous games nor worse. It’s just like the same with the previous ones. There are a lot of things that have been improved but there are also some things that stayed same. Like gameplay and horror elements. Timore 5 is a classic Vidas’ game. Lots of jumpscares, back and forth walking simulation between places, mannequins, loud sound effects… I think Vidas really should work on not to rely too much on jumpscares. Why rely on jumpscares if you’ve got a lot of cool stuff? And Vidas has it too, he has some really good concepts and imagination. If you keep going that way your every game will be identical, I’ve become immune to jumpscares throughout the Timore game series. It’s just dull. Nonsense story and considering its price and gameplay time. Pokémon Violet XCI

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

I can’t really recommend this game. I would label this game as a jump scare walking simulator. This game takes less than an hour to complete. Therefore, I recommend that this be purchased only when on a 75% off sale. $7.99 is way too much for what this game actually is. While I didn’t particularly enjoy the first Timore, I actually liked this one. It was really straight forward. You walk through a house and get jump scared. After all the crap I’ve been playing recently, something so basic was actually a very welcome change. A couple of my problems with this title are that you have to do a LOT of backtracking and that you are unable to run. Luckily, the backtracking isn’t too bad because the house is pretty small. But it can still be a bit aggravating. I wish that the story had a bit more to it. I also wish that there was a story behind the creatures that torment you in the dream. Timore 5 is yet another sequel in the Timore franchise, so expect more jumpscares and nonsensical plots. You play as Frank. One day he decides to record his dreams and turn them into computer data, but the experiment is not going to go according to plan and it quickly turns into a nightmare.

Dreams Are What Our Brains Show Us In Our Sleep.

Unlike other Timore games, I actually had a much easier time following the story of this game, but this is not to say it’s actually good. The game follows a long running tradition of Timore games not making any sense whatsoever. Most of the plot is delivered through computer screens that are seemingly talking to Frank and they barely make any sense and by the time credits started rolling I was more confused than anything, not to mention the story DLC also barely makes any sense The game looks alright, but I have some issues with how it’s presented. The house you’re stuck in is well designed, it’s definitely creepy and exploring it gave me an uneasy feeling, however everything else is just all shades of mediocre. First of all I want to talk about the house. The house colors are pretty much black and white and maybe slight bits of brown. It’s done this way so when there’s colors on the screen they pop out much more, the idea is good on paper, however the execution is super poor. It’s so dark to see most of the time that you can barely see any colors than red. Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Switch XCI

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Also you carry around a flashlight that constantly flashes, it doesn’t help whatsoever and it feels like it’s only there to give people seizures. The Timore franchise is mostly famous for the signature mannequins and they get a gnarly makeover for Timore 5. However they mostly look stupid with their smiles so wide, it definitely tries to be creepy, but overall it comes off as funny. Other creatures look pretty bland considering how good the creatures were in Timore Inferno. I’ll be blunt off the bat, Timore 5 is a jumpscare fest. You walk around a very quiet home and the only few sounds you hear is your footsteps and some other sound effects like monsters walking around as well, some music, creaking doors and of course them screaming in your face. It gets annoying really fast, you walk around a silent room, you get jumpscared and then you repeat until the game is over and because Vidas (the developer of the game) is pretty trigger happy with these jumpscares their effectiveness wears off by the end of the game. All you do in Timore 5 is walk circles and wait for stuff to happen until you’re forced into another loop. There’s no enemies to avoid, no puzzles to solve and nothing really to do. You walk around, check a computer screen for more “lore” and then walk around, jumpscare and then repeat.

From Long Distant Memories to Our Deepest Fears.

It gets insanely boring, not to mention a few of the loops recycle the scares and it becomes even more tedious. By the end of the game all I wanted is for it to be over, because I was tired of getting screamed in my face with no real payoff. It was really disappointing. I like the Timore 1 the best, really great horror, the rest like falling off, but I must confess this one really surprised me on jump scares, I don’t remember the last time I jumpt so much ahhaah but that is pretty much it, I have no idea what is the story, no atmosphere, 1 music track , just in the house house, but I still like the mannequins I don’t know, only if you played all parts I suggest this this game ,it is just jump scare simulator, butt a really a good one here. Timore 5 is a game developed and published by Vidas Salavejus. It was made 2016, and it has mostly positive reviews. Anyway, you play as someone stuck inside of a house. You only have a flashlight, and you need to do so many random things in order to progress the story. The game isn’t exactly what I’d call good, but it’s still a fun game, none-the-less. It’s a jumpscare game. You do certain things only to have your eardrums blown out by a screech (some of the jumpscares actually got me).

So the thing that got me the most is after I got killed from a fire, I got back up and there is a light behind the door, I was thinking something was going to run in and kill me, but no. I backed up to the back of the room and my flashlight goes out….and than the door opens and you see a thing staring at you and laughing, the whole room is dark, and also you can’t see anything other than the thing. It was honestly pretty creepy.  Look at this, imagine waking up and seeing that! I’d freak out. Like really though, the laugh is pretty freaky. I got the chills when this happened. I expected something, but I guess you could say it was unexpected. It was honestly my favorite thing about it. The game isn’t very good as a whole but I’d say it’s alright. I mean, the jumpscares are really what you’d expect from a Timore game at this point. I’ve encountered several sound glitches too. I walked over something and the sound would either play twice or three times. But yeah, Timore 5 is a Timore game, jumpscares galore. These games are pretty well known for being pretty bad games, but hey, atleast it’s a fun game! 🙂 Well Timore 6 “Introduction” and “Chapter 1” will be reviewed tomorrow, hopefully you guys would like to check it out, and Timore 6 was actually not only fun but great.

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Timore 5 Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Now lets get to this here..uh..final score. So many points were taken off but it isn’t a bad game. Some people actually enjoy these kinds of games. I’m glad I have talked to the developer, he is aware of the jumpscares and stuff, he’s a pretty cool guy! You should check out his Discord server which I’ll kindly link below and hopefully I’ll see you there! He is a pretty cool guy and his games are actually pretty unique. I don’t recommend Timore 5 if you’re not a fan of jumpscare games and find them stupid and so easy to expect, but I do recommend it if you’re into these kind of games…anyway, thanks for coming by and hopefully I see you again This creator defaults to 1 thing when they try to scare, jumpscares/loud noises, and neither of these options work exclusively for horror games, especially one that can take about 40 minutes to play. This game’s biggest weakness is the lack of a proper atmosphere. Instead of interesting story, background noise meant to disturb, and genrally scary themes, we instead get, “let’s walk around my house for 40 minutes as the exact same jumpscares happen”. Looking back at the previous games in this series reveals the same problems, jumpscares over an over again. There’s an important thing the developer is missing. Kamikaze Veggies Switch NSP

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