I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream is a cult classic PC game that has been made available for free on GOG Store.
If you’re in the mood for a terrifying adventure set at the end of the world, pick up this retro PC game.
Until December 25, GOG is giving you I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream for free. The game is a terrifying voyage to the planet’s core, where humanity’s last survivors have been imprisoned and kept alive for over a century by the sadistic supercomputer AM.
Visit this giveaway page: gog.com/giveaway
Scroll down to the page’s center.
You’ll notice a banner offering a giveaway; click the “Yes and claim the game” button.
Log into your GOG account (or create one) and click the “Yes and claim the game” button once more.
That is all. You will now have the game added to your library. It’s yours to keep and play for as long as you like, for free.
Download the GOG Galaxy gaming client, install it, and sign in with your GOG Galaxy username and password. You may then download and play the game.
About I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream Game:
Ellison wrote a short story with the same title. The game is based on that story, as well.
It takes place in a world where all of humanity has been killed by a mastermind artificial intelligence named “AM.” He has kept five people alive and tortured them for the last 109 years by making metaphorical adventures based on each person’s fatal flaws.
They interact with the game through ethical dilemmas that deal with things like insanity, rape, paranoia, and the genocide of people, among other things.
Each of the game’s five characters has a dark secret that you’ll have to find out about. During this point-and-click game from 1995, there are many mysteries to solve. If you don’t escape from the lair of AM, you’ll find out why the game has such a strange title.
With the GOG version, you get digital scans of the original manual, a short documentary about how it was made, and the original soundtrack, which was made by John Ottman, who also worked on The Cable Guy, which was a big hit in its day.
The game itself is arguably the furthest thing from a Christmas experience; it’s a dismal and cynical tale of survival in which you’ll frequently be forced to make horrible moral choices in order to elude AM’s computer clutches. If you’d rather have less frightening content in your gaming collection, you may go visit the Epic Games Store, which offers a free game every day.