Sequel to one of the best rated horror escape games.
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is a hidden objects adventure game made by Goblinz and published by The Digital Lounge. It is the sequel to one of the best rated horror escape games, acclaimed for its story and the atmosphere of horror mystery. 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”.
Release Date: 2 Nov, 2018
Publisher: The Digital Lounge
Genre: Adventure, Casual
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- Explore a large open world.
- Add hundreds of notes to your diary to fully immerse in the story rich mystery.
- Use Map for fast traveling.
- Find 14 hidden character figurines and retrace the events.
- Solve more than 40 puzzles.
- Unlock 30 achievements.
- Watch over 10 minutes of elaborate cutscenes.
- Unlock Bonus Material
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 Trailer
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 Review
True Fear: Forsaken Souls is a trilogy and Part 2, longer, with twice the puzzles and with even better graphics, will not disappoint you! 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? You have the explore very accurately your surroundings to get all clues and to find all available tasks. If you enjoy "horror lite", where you can be safe in the knowledge that there's no chance of you being chased or dying, you might just find this game is right up your street.