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
A worthy end(?)
I love the Forever Lost series, and this is a worthy finale. It’s longer than the previous two games in the series, and even more challenging. The puzzles in Forever Lost 3 fit even more neatly into the story and the environments than before, 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 3, 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 camera remains a welcome feature, and helps avoid endless backtracking.
The atmosphere is spooky, but it’s obvious that the developers have tongues planted firmly in cheeks, which lightens the mood (and occasionally provides punny 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.
Amazing as usual!!
If I had complaints about this episode I would say that there were too many puzzles and some were quite vague which made them hard to figure out. As much as I love the excitement of exploring a new area, there almost seemed to be too many areas. 6 or 7 areas, all with at least 8 or 9 different rooms. Something you receive from solving a puzzle is supposed to connect to something you forgot about because it was at the beginning of the game. There's almost too many things to remember.
However, this will never stop me from playing it. This is, hands-down, the greatest story line ever. The way the information is given to the player is brilliantly done! Also, the quotes in every single game and the gorgeous atmosphere is the best I've ever seen. You learn so much about Alice, and Hugo, and Hawthorne Manor, and what really went down. And then at the end, it still leaves you with a mystery for you to figure out on your own. Definitely genius gameplay!
I've played almost every game in this Genre. This team truly has the gift for producing a very challenging experience that every one of their masterpieces are not only works of pure art, but they developed a subtle hint system to nudge us along--without spoiling the fun of figuring out each puzzle. I bought EVERY game from this duo and cannot wait for the next. If you liked Antrim Escape (1, 2 + 3), PLEASE GET ALL THE FOREVER LOST, Cabin Escape + Ferris Mueller...the wit, dark side and philosophy they embed into these highly crafted games...buy it. Then get ready to be amazed.
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- Glitch Games Ltd
- 743.8 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2012 - 2020 Glitch Games Ltd
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