True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is the sequel to one of the best rated
horror escape games, acclaimed for its story and the atmosphere of
Fair warning, the game has a free demo, but requires a payment to unlock the full 12 hours (on average) experience.
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 1 is #3 on GamesRadar "The 10 best hidden
object games you can play right now" list, praised for an "engrossing
puzzle gameplay" and being a "impressively scream-worthy experience".
We've built on our know-how of making a story rich horror mystery escape
game to craft a better and significantly longer adventure sequel.
Holly Stonehouse followed the clues from her old family house to finally
arrive at the Dark Falls Asylum and again see that someone was there
before her, waiting for her. However this time she is no longer a
spectator and what follows her is no longer just a shadow - the danger
is real as the Asylum comes alive at night. Collecting clues, going
through notes and photographs, unlocking devious puzzles and
constructing complex chains of adventure actions, help Holly escape the
night and find the answers. Was her mother crazy or was there really
another sister? Did her mother commit suicide? How could Dahlia "come
back" after the fire and who or what is the terrifying thing that Holly
saw at Heather's house and that kept following her ever since?
True Fear: Forsaken Souls is a trilogy and Part 2, longer, with twice
the puzzles and with even better graphics, will not disappoint you! If
you are new to the series, please try the free demo!
- Explore a large open world.
- Use Map for fast traveling.
- Solve more than 40 puzzles.
- Watch over 10 minutes of elaborate cutscenes.
- Add hundreds of notes to your diary to fully immerse in the story rich mystery.
- Find 14 hidden character figurines and retrace the events.
- Unlock 30 achievements.
- Unlock Bonus Material
Find out about the sequel, share your thoughts, report issues, ask questions!
Bugfix with purchase functionality on some devices
Bugfix with night-vision device usage
Bugfix of logic in minigames and adventure part
UI panels improvement
Inventory usage improvement
Offset of the lens relative to the finger was added to improve usability
German localization improvement
Skip button logic improvement
Ratings and Reviews
Super Long Game — Fantastically Creative
Where do I start? This game is incredibly long, and filled with mystery and a gripping plot. The graphics and cut scenes are dead-on, as is the music. There are NO hidden objects, which I prefer! Just an outstanding point-and-click game that takes you on an adventure you won’t forget. The developers incorporated the most brilliant hint system I ever saw. If you play on the intermediate level, which I did, you can never really hit a wall, as with so many other games: If you wish, a creepy doll will blow smoke in the direction you should be taking; a map lets you know which areas can be completed, as you have all that you need; a twinkle let’s you know precisely where to put the object; a book keeps tabs of all clues so that you don’t have to write anything down. You can even skip a puzzle if you find it too challenging. (I did not.) The challenges are well, challenging, but logical. Hundreds and hundreds of things to do and solve. I don’t usually pay for games, but the $4.99 I paid was beyond well worth it. And computer programmers and developers like these deserve to be paid. By far, one of the best games, if not the best game of this genre, I ever played!
When do we get pt 3 for iPad?!
I really enjoyed this game! The graphics are pretty great. I like the story. It’s challenging and creepy sometimes. It’s also a good length for a purchase. I played on and off for a few days and I’d say it was worth the $5. That being said, there is a loooot to remember with new objectives popping up before the previous ones are finished. The character keeps a notepad to reference, but I might even suggest keeping track of the surroundings on pen and paper as well. There were a few times I would find a key and forget where all the unopened locks were and end up having to search each room again to find it. And that’s fine if taking the time isn’t an issue, but I know that it can get annoying as the expanse of the map increases. I knew what I was looking for, but just forgot where lol and again that will happen when this isn’t completed all in one sitting. Anyway I would definitely recommend this game and I’m excited to play more.
Seriously!! Extra level has nothing to play!!
Love the game was very good so I decided to purchase it just like the first one. I just really wished there was more to play which makes me sad and not sure if there is another game a number 3 I hope so because the ending was horrible and doesn’t even explain the ending of the story. Unless I missed it. Also wished there was more video of her sister and the scary parts. Overall was very good just think should of showed more at the end of the story I was really hoping it would show her seing her sister but nope. Worth it to purchase just wish their was more. I feel like I just purchased to finish and I am already done so I guess hello bonus level. I am just not sure if I missed something because the storyline seems unfinished. What is up with the extra level having nothing to play click it and says will have more information soon. That is the part look forward to when finish the game. Specially after paying $5 for it. Shouldn’t even put extra level even there as a option when it doesn’t even work. So I have to keep checking now or what? Should say extra level coming soon or something also would think it would of been finished when released the game. That is so disappointing to find out specially the way the game ended
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- Age Rating
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