Forever Lost: Episode 2 9+

Glitch Games

    • 4.3 • 22 Ratings
    • $2.99



"adventuring at its best" - TouchArcade
"It's a bit like The Room, only with more rooms." - Pocket Gamer
"Creepy, Welcomely Old-Fashioned iPhone Adventure Game" - Kotaku
"Over 3 million downloads of the Forever Lost series, that many players can't be wrong!" - Glitch Games

Congratulations! You managed to escape from that … what was it? A hospital, a lunatic asylum? No it was something else, was it ... staged? Who built it? Who put you there?

None of that matters right now, you must keep moving! No time to catch your breath, you just have to keep going! Have you won your freedom or are you just in another cage? Were you ever free before this whole … whatever this is ... started?

Explore what awaits in front of you and learn all you can about what you left behind.

Welcome ... to Episode 2.


• Inspired by classic 2D point’n’click adventure games and modern culture.
• A first person point and click adventure game.
• Amazing visual and sound design.
• Trademark Glitch humour and puzzles that will leave you screaming at us.
• The Glitch Camera to help you solve puzzles and keep track of clues.
• Plenty of rooms to explore and puzzles to solve.
• Beautiful soundtrack perfectly suited to this eerie and haunting world.
• A full hint guide that keeps track of your accomplishments to make sure you never get stuck.
• Auto-save feature, never lose your progress again!

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What’s New

Version 1.7.1

Minor improvements and fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

DelleeComeOn ,

Creative and Complex

This game was very well done, very creative and thought provoking, and long. That's really nice to see in a game that you're going to put your time into. So overall, I enjoyed it. The storyline never is explained, but it's interesting. It starts getting hard to follow the clues to solve the puzzles though, especially at the end as there are so many places and objects and clues up to that point that it's hard to keep track of things, and I kept using the hint option mainly just because I was tired of having to remember everything that that clue could possibly go to. But overall, very well done and clever.

Kroz Hog ,

Same challenge, but longer

I love the Forever Lost series, and this is a worthy second chapter. It’s longer than the previous game in the series, and even more challenging. The puzzles fit neatly into the story and are part of the environments, which I find far more interesting than your standard hidden object/slider puzzle/combination lock puzzle games in the genre. There are plenty of great puzzles in Forever Lost 2, and I didn’t find any of them to be so frustrating I couldn’t solve them without hints (although putting the game down for a while and coming back with fresh eyes helped).

The atmosphere is spooky, but it’s obvious that the developers have tongues planted firmly in cheeks, which lightens the mood (and occasionally provides solutions). I found the SD version to look just fine on both my iPhone and my iPad, and it didn’t hinder gameplay in the least, but I guess if you have the extra $ to spend on HD, why not. The game experience is definitely worth it, either way.

Nrsweeps girl ,

My FAVE in the series!!!

This episode pulled out all the stops! It's longer and much more in depth, giving you access to explore larger places. I found the puzzles to be just as, if not more clever and challenging. The reason why this is my favorite in the series is because of the storyline. With memories, and exploring Jason's past and childhood, you begin to connect with the character and also learn more about the others. Glitch Games knows how to deliver you the right amount of information. Not too much to where you lose interest, but only enough to leave you guessing and wanting more!

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