The truth is near. Look inside.

Founded in 1806, the Hawthorne Asylum was active during a time when patients were treated less like people and more like lab rats.

Although closed down in the 50’s due to changing ethical standards it is said that experiments were still being conducted for decades to come.

This is the concluding episode to the Forever Lost story, if you haven’t played the previous two episodes then please go do that now, we can objectively say they’re awesome.

A first person point and click game filled with puzzles, objects, rooms, and more puzzles. Plus there’s an actual story for those players that way inclined.


• Inspired by classic 2D point’n’click adventure games and modern culture.
• Amazing visual and sound design.
• In game camera so you can take photos of all the clues you find. Less back tracking!
• 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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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
426 Ratings

426 Ratings

paigetheraged ,

All time favorite trilogy

I like playing trilogy games and investigating games but this is by far the best game trilogy that I have played. Imagery and graphics are not cheap, everything is well lied out for the player to actually have to dig a little at their own pace with their own “think outside the box” ability without being so obvious. The game was creepy as well as packed with tons of puzzles and hints in multiple rooms and buildings. My step daughter and I got so into playing these games together we have purchased every single game from Glitch Games to play together! The story was so interesting and all episodes tie together to make you almost crave the next bit of the story because in the beginning games you don’t know who you are, why your character has bad memory, and why this is all happening. Glitch Games rocks, and I’m very excited to see if they’ll be coming out with new games. If so, ID BE HAPPY TO HELP TEST PRE RELEASE! -Paige and Lily 👩‍👧♥️♥️♥️

Pixieechick ,

Absolutely-Hands Down-One of the Best Games/Stories

Id take a brick to the head if it meant getting to play this series for the first time all over again. I played these games a long time ago now and every time I see them when I’m on a quest for a new game I mourn that I cannot find anything close to their equal. My husband and I played together. It’s not always easy. But the uneasy, creepy environment, the storyline, the delivery.... everything about it was exciting and thought provoking! It required the player to fully immerse themselves in the game to unravel the narrative of our past. Please please give us more of this type of game. I’m writing this review after my annual follow up to see if anything new is listed as being even remotely similar!

ym9854 ,

You need clues for every step

1 was great, 2 was okay. This one was a let down. It’s as though they ran out of ideas. You basically need to rely on the clues or walkthrough for every step. Who thinks to grab an item, move the item to a different location, and then use a different item to manipulate the first item? If the two items were functional items, it would make sense and you may think of it but these were too outlandish. Who thinks to put ripped up wallpaper into a printer, or cut the shovel because you need a stick-like object. It’s like wearing pants as a shirt - I don’t have a clean shirt so I’m going to make do by wearing my pants as a shirt today? Anything and everything goes that is impossible to figure it out. It’s like in episode 2 where you use a doll’s head as a basketball. I don’t have a ball so I’m going to use a doll’s head instead? They’re too vague and a stretch that you would never think of it. It’s like they crammed as many ridiculous tasks because they ran out of ideas. This wasn’t really a puzzle. Nothing is what you would think to do because they’re so far-fetched.

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