Mental Hospital III HD Android game FREE @ Google Play Store
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Mental Hospital III HD Android game FREE @ Google Play Store

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Found 2nd Jun
Mental Hospital III, is a first-person survival horror with astonishing graphics and a really frightening atmosphere.

Our story started quite ordinary. The main character got an offer to record a video of a special forces raid in one of the psychiatric hospitals where secret experiments were supposed to be carried out. Sounds easy enough… That was what he thought.

But he will forever remember that night. The night everything went wrong from the very beginning: Horrible weather, problems on the news, and the car breaking down appeared to be inevitable, as was missing the start of the clinic capture operation. Having arrived at his destination late, the main character decides to find Lieutenant Sidorov as soon as possible, hoping to film at least something. After the main character gets inside of the hospital and is introduced to it's inhabitants he understands that it will be nearly impossible to describe what he saw there. You can of course erase the footage, but there is no option to erase your memories.

This is reality. Will the main character emerge from this fateful hospital alive, or will he too, like it's residents, be trapped here for the remainder of his life.
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Why is this cold? I posted 4 for 50p and it went hot. Heat from me anyway.

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Edited by: "Bob_Green" 2nd Jun
What an awful title
You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problems
There are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.
As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept.
At zero money the cost is too high.
Edited by: "alistairthomson" 3rd Jun
alistairthomson3rd Jun

You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital …You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problemsThere are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept. At zero money the cost is too high.



Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath problems who has been in a psychiatric ward before? Yes - myself. Do you know one of the techniques I use to make sure I don't end up there again? Relaxation and not taking things too seriously. Chill, just a silly game.
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Why is this cold? I posted 4 for 50p and it went hot. Heat from me anyway.

Thanks

33904761-PML74.jpg
Edited by: "Bob_Green" 2nd Jun
The app shouldn't let you cold a freebie
Maevoric6 m ago

The app shouldn't let you cold a freebie


Probably triggered people
What an awful title
Enjoyed the 1st one. I'll give it a go for free cheers.
Awful. No idea why this is a thing.
You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problems
There are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.
As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept.
At zero money the cost is too high.
Edited by: "alistairthomson" 3rd Jun
alistairthomson3rd Jun

You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital …You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problemsThere are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept. At zero money the cost is too high.



Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath problems who has been in a psychiatric ward before? Yes - myself. Do you know one of the techniques I use to make sure I don't end up there again? Relaxation and not taking things too seriously. Chill, just a silly game.
Shows as 59p for me.
xenophon2 h, 18 m ago

Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath …Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath problems who has been in a psychiatric ward before? Yes - myself. Do you know one of the techniques I use to make sure I don't end up there again? Relaxation and not taking things too seriously. Chill, just a silly game.


Talking to yourself again, are we?
alistairthomson6 h, 52 m ago

You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital …You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problemsThere are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept. At zero money the cost is too high.


You’re not being overly P-C, you’re spot on. Stereotypes of people with mental health problems, and the way they receive help, is a real barrier to being able to talk and cope with problems. You’re also right that everyone who reads this post will know someone with mental health problems, and we are all a very short step from being unwell ourselves. Not everything is a good subject for a game.
Ted.Wales10 m ago

You’re not being overly P-C, you’re spot on. Stereotypes of people with men …You’re not being overly P-C, you’re spot on. Stereotypes of people with mental health problems, and the way they receive help, is a real barrier to being able to talk and cope with problems. You’re also right that everyone who reads this post will know someone with mental health problems, and we are all a very short step from being unwell ourselves. Not everything is a good subject for a game.


Sadly titles like this one sums up societies’ moral decay. How on earth did this even get the go ahead to be developed? The current ‘anything goes’ attitude is deplorable. Very sad indeed not overly PC.
alistairthomson7 h, 18 m ago

You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital …You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problemsThere are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept. At zero money the cost is too high.


I understand what you're saying... I deal with mental health on a daily basis on a professional level (hospital)
GamingMill6 m ago

Get over it. It's just a game.


You wouldn't think it so funny if someone you love commits suicide.
extonjoe1 m ago

You wouldn't think it so funny if someone you love commits suicide.



My mother did. I know an awful lot about it.
xenophon6 h, 24 m ago

Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath …Come on, way too over sensitive! Do I know someone with mental heath problems who has been in a psychiatric ward before? Yes - myself. Do you know one of the techniques I use to make sure I don't end up there again? Relaxation and not taking things too seriously. Chill, just a silly game.


Xenophon, I understand your view and feel for you after your past health problems. Its great that you can relax and rise above stress and you're right not take things to seriously. Many people do find that avoiding strife to be very therapeutic.

I'm chilling now. Its working, I can feel a calmness growing in me. In fact I'm beginning to see your point of view more. People should just relax a bit about possible offence delivered to what is after all, a tiny amount of people.

Already I'm coming up with ideas of my own for games;

How about a still-born/cot-death game? "There-there" is an app-based game that allows the user to offer one-liners to virtual grieving parents, using things that folk have said in the real world. The aim is to get these hysterical people to forget their problems, perhaps through taking meds, drinking and through straightforward denial. Great visuals too, with images of children's bedrooms, hospital maternity wards, inquests, and even graveyards. The title would be written in flowers, in the style of an oversize wreath.

Another one would set the user up as night club bouncer, whose job it is to calm people down who are reporting a sexual assault. How quickly can you get the person to decide not to report the crime? "Maybe-Rapey" allows the user to view the crowd as if on cc tv- so you can zoom in and witness the assaults in real time! The game would have great music tracks to add atmosphere. Success is when the victim has returned to the dance-floor or the bar, not giving anyone any hassle.

...These are just silly game ideas. mind. I no way would I mean to upset anyone unduly.
GamingMill3rd Jun

My mother did. I know an awful lot about it.


Sorry to hear that
Have some heat
alistairthomson32 m ago

Xenophon, I understand your view and feel for you after your past health …Xenophon, I understand your view and feel for you after your past health problems. Its great that you can relax and rise above stress and you're right not take things to seriously. Many people do find that avoiding strife to be very therapeutic.I'm chilling now. Its working, I can feel a calmness growing in me. In fact I'm beginning to see your point of view more. People should just relax a bit about possible offence delivered to what is after all, a tiny amount of people.Already I'm coming up with ideas of my own for games; How about a still-born/cot-death game? "There-there" is an app-based game that allows the user to offer one-liners to virtual grieving parents, using things that folk have said in the real world. The aim is to get these hysterical people to forget their problems, perhaps through taking meds, drinking and through straightforward denial. Great visuals too, with images of children's bedrooms, hospital maternity wards, inquests, and even graveyards. The title would be written in flowers, in the style of an oversize wreath.Another one would set the user up as night club bouncer, whose job it is to calm people down who are reporting a sexual assault. How quickly can you get the person to decide not to report the crime? "Maybe-Rapey" allows the user to view the crowd as if on cc tv- so you can zoom in and witness the assaults in real time! The game would have great music tracks to add atmosphere. Success is when the victim has returned to the dance-floor or the bar, not giving anyone any hassle....These are just silly game ideas. mind. I no way would I mean to upset anyone unduly.


Nobody would be interested your game ideas for obvious reasons,and your passive aggressive argument is a failure . People ARE overly sensitive these days , as somebody with mental health issues I'm not offended by the title,I totally understand why it's used,it brings up the image of a bleak place which was full of tormented souls,which is what the mental hospitals of the past were,I believe they are no longer called mental hospitals .
alistairthomson:
You know, mental illness stigma is a thing... and a psychiatric hospital have patients that are pretty much like the folk who are coping with their problems
There are some game areas where false stereotypes are unwise, and this is one. If you know someone with mental health problems (and you likely do), then you should think twice in supporting it.
As you can tell, I feel strongly about this, and although some might think it being overly p-c, I just feel its an unkind, thoughtless, and exploitative concept.
At zero money the cost is too high.

I understand and sympathise with this to a degree, and certainly the title could do with changing, however I think if we follow this to any sort of logical conclusion we'll end up with no film, book, TV drama or game that is set in psychiatric hospital in case it offends someone. No 'One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest' ? Do we really want that?
Have some heat and 2mgs lorazepam prn
BIGUSHEADUS16 h, 43 m ago

What an awful title

I feel the same about all the games with war in the title. How insensitive to those involved in war.
Gta is very insensitive to those who have had their cars stolen and Mario kart should be banned.
My cousin Mario was involved in a nasty kart accident and now Nintendo have attached a stigma that I just can't let go!
alistairthomson6 h, 52 m ago

Xenophon, I understand your view and feel for you after your past health …Xenophon, I understand your view and feel for you after your past health problems. Its great that you can relax and rise above stress and you're right not take things to seriously. Many people do find that avoiding strife to be very therapeutic.I'm chilling now. Its working, I can feel a calmness growing in me. In fact I'm beginning to see your point of view more. People should just relax a bit about possible offence delivered to what is after all, a tiny amount of people.Already I'm coming up with ideas of my own for games; How about a still-born/cot-death game? "There-there" is an app-based game that allows the user to offer one-liners to virtual grieving parents, using things that folk have said in the real world. The aim is to get these hysterical people to forget their problems, perhaps through taking meds, drinking and through straightforward denial. Great visuals too, with images of children's bedrooms, hospital maternity wards, inquests, and even graveyards. The title would be written in flowers, in the style of an oversize wreath.Another one would set the user up as night club bouncer, whose job it is to calm people down who are reporting a sexual assault. How quickly can you get the person to decide not to report the crime? "Maybe-Rapey" allows the user to view the crowd as if on cc tv- so you can zoom in and witness the assaults in real time! The game would have great music tracks to add atmosphere. Success is when the victim has returned to the dance-floor or the bar, not giving anyone any hassle....These are just silly game ideas. mind. I no way would I mean to upset anyone unduly.


Wow, completely over the top comparisons. Step away. Just a game shooting zombies. Perhaps the title could be changed if it triggers you that much. (Although you seem to be talking on behalf of others who probably like myself don't require it; dictatorial do gooders.) As for triggers, if you were as thoughtful as you try to claim, perhaps you shouldn't have thrown so many triggers into that post of yours. Far more upsetting to anyone.
Edited by: "xenophon" 3rd Jun
Ted.Wales9 h, 33 m ago

You’re not being overly P-C, you’re spot on. Stereotypes of people with men …You’re not being overly P-C, you’re spot on. Stereotypes of people with mental health problems, and the way they receive help, is a real barrier to being able to talk and cope with problems. You’re also right that everyone who reads this post will know someone with mental health problems, and we are all a very short step from being unwell ourselves. Not everything is a good subject for a game.



"Not everything is a good subject for a game."

So you complained about the game Outlast also? That subject was exactly same.

But then PC zealotry clearly wasn't as high as it is now, even back in 2013.

Zombies/ghosts/monsters allowed to inhabit any facility in any form of media just as long as it isn't a psychriatric one. A lot of horror films are soon to be deleted from movie history if some have their way. Not too mention books. The new fascists disguised in "liberal" clothing have certainly arrived.
xenophon1 h, 50 m ago

Wow, completely over the top comparisons. Step away. Just a game shooting …Wow, completely over the top comparisons. Step away. Just a game shooting zombies. Perhaps the title could be changed if it triggers you that much. (Although you seem to be talking on behalf of others who probably like myself don't require it; dictatorial do gooders.) As for triggers, if you were as thoughtful as you try to claim, perhaps you shouldn't have thrown so many triggers into that post of yours. Far more upsetting to anyone.



A couple more words for you alongside "triggered". Perhaps you can say "snowflake" or "libtard" or FAKE NEWS.
Edited by: "Mozart321" 3rd Jun
Mozart32133 m ago

A couple more words for you alongside "triggered". Perhaps you can say …A couple more words for you alongside "triggered". Perhaps you can say "snowflake" or "libtard" or FAKE NEWS.


No they wouldn't work in the context that I used that word, so very poor try. And you are clearly having a sarcastic dig at me using the word triggered (why?) yet ignore this post prior to it:
Mechtup20 h, 9 m ago

Probably triggered people


Bias indeed.

I thought it was a legitimate word but you imply it is in the same category as those others, so I will refrain from using "triggered" if it "triggers" that response.
Voted hot as this is a pretty well made game and free is free
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