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Mystique Ch3: Obitus

Price: $2.99

Rating: 3.14/5 (49 votes)

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Obitus is here. The new challenge has come - let the eternal struggle begin.

Beware of "Mystique Ch3: Obitus" by Bendroid.

Will you win the final battle...is it final?

Featuring:

- 2 distinct worlds - the hospital basement and hell

- Fully animated characters

- Additional action mode, as can be seen from the fight scene in the trailer

- Larger than Mystique. Chapter 2. The child - more puzzles and rooms

- Puzzles will not have a single solution - solutions will be generated for each phone

- Unreal ending that we cannot talk about - just know that it is our tribute to David Lynch

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