True Fear: Forsaken Souls

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Warning: True Fear: Forsaken Souls is an intense psychological thriller intended for mature audiences.

What if everything you knew about your life, everything your family ever told you, turned out to be a lie? A strange midnight visitor could change your life forever... Find out the truth about your past in True Fear: Forsaken Souls, a chillingly exciting Hidden Object Puzzle game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.2 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1549 MB
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True Fear: Forsaken Souls 4.6 5 70 70
Aren't You Afraid? You Should Be! Lies! Everything you knew as a child lies! You keep having haunting recurring nightmares, you are in the Dark Falls Asylum, blood is everywhere! Bodies being drug by something or someone horrible, something made of pure evil! But this night is different, this is the night a messenger delivers an urgent letter, a letter from your sister Heather. You haven't heard from Heather since your mother passed away, but how does she know about Dark Falls, it's only a dream, right? I beta tested this game and it leaves me hungry for more! Dare I say I love the edgy attempt of fear, I want more, more games like this, and don't hold back! I have never played a game like this, I have never felt so involved playing a game. For the first time I felt a connection with the main character Holly, not just a generic feeling, a genuine feeling. Surely the developers of this game know they are bridging a wide gap that is standard in most games of this genre. Sure you are a detective or paranormal investigator wandering around an abandoned town, but you aren't connected with that character, you are just moving that character along. There is just something about the rustic graphics of a long abandoned asylum, subtle music that has been choreographed to surprise you, scare you, and plain and simply make you edgy, and a main character (excellent lifelike graphics) that almost anyone can relate to. I'm not even going to go into details about hidden object scene or mini games, they are excellent as well trust me. This folks is a game with backbone, and it's not going to be for everyone, please keep in mind that this game pushes the boundaries, blurred lines so to speak. If you don't like the horror genre then pass this one up, but if you are a fan like me, bring it on! Enjoy! March 30, 2014
Horror fans, rejoice! I bought the CE, but I assure you that the extras are not necessary to enjoying this treasure. The "warning" about the horror factor is legit, but it's really not super disturbing for most adults, I wouldn't think. Less gory than your average episode of Supernatural. This is one of the few games I've played all the way through twice. Great atmosphere, lots of exploration and puzzles to solve. The map gets you where you need to be when you are stumped and usually you can figure it out from there. Your sister has been missing for ten years when suddenly you get a letter from her. Follow the notes and clues to find her and unravel the mystery of your own childhood and origins. This is part one of (at least) two in the series and I cannot WAIT for the next installment. The CE gives you a preview game which looks to be even creepier than this one. March 30, 2014
This designer has not FORSAKEN us... it is a 'new' pscych horror classic.... ...and a keeper! The initial screens in the game may take one aback at first as they are sketchy at best and there is little of interest to really get excited about when you first come onto the scene. Yet, HOLD ON... you are about to embark on a slowly evolving, insidiously excitingly creepy and inexplicable journey through some frightening and questionable areas of your characters life as she reaches out in an attempt to find her long lost sister. Nothing is as it should be [or is it?].... people have reached out to help [but did they?]. Your sister must have died [yet did she]... how or why were your parents involved with all of this??.... True Fear Forsaken Souls begins in this game with the first of at least two sequels and in this episode the further you venture forward, the more you become enmeshed in the webs of potential deceit from those who were supposed to be the most trusted to you and yours. For me, I appreciated that the game warmed up little by little before it really took a hold of me [honestly, I didn't think I cared for it at first try] and by the end? I truly wanted MORE. Well, again, evidently there WILL be more [slated for a Fall reveal] and this is one little fishy that will definitely be purchasing [hopefully they do not venture off into any hands- on- occult or anything of that nature [I find it much scarier when things are implied and not straight up action driven]. So for the next sequel, I'm hoping the developers will keep us guessing and give us something very unique and powerful to round out what began as an incredible game that just kept getting better right up to the end as did this one [though it ended quite abruptly, it felt rather 'ok' and actually 'right' the way it did so. So, if you enjoy psychological thrillers, True Fear: Forsaken Souls is the one we've all hoped for IMHO and been waiting for after wading through so many not so good games of late... yay! this did not disappoint! The only criticism I may have had with the game were the little extras thrown in to an otherwise perfectly playable w/o story... [yet it was fine and ie. the character statuettes/dolls were rather interesting on their own] It's just that IMHO, it appeared to me that the developers may have felt a need to add some of the 'extras' to please those gamers expecting them to justify CE prices.... those additions [only] seemed to me as though they were rather an after thought, yet nonetheless they serve the purpose. So, now we have the SE.... definitely check out the demo and realize that there is a lot more depth to the game than is presented in the short demo playing time. This game simply gets better and better as you can't help becoming immersed in the quest of mystery and horror in the search for your sis. Have patience and try items with items as you explore areas to find clues that will give you answers and lead you to places that will assist you in discovering what happened [or what IS happening] surrounding the lives of your sister and family in general. Thanks BFG and SUPER HIGH FIVE Kudos to the developer [I remember Beta-ing this game quite a while ago and wasn't as impressed with it at that time [very short snippet] having finished the entire CE game...'s FANTASTIC! Enjoy! March 30, 2014
Wow! I wish there was a way to rate the "Creepiness Factor." If there was, I would give that 5 stars also. Excellent game and a word to my fellow rat-phobic players: NO RATS! Yet it was creepier than any game that is filled with rats, spiders and snakes. Thanks, developers! Can't wait for the sequel! April 13, 2014
Scary And Well Done This is definitely for mature audiences as they said. It's a very well done game and it is scary, I found myself jumping several times while playing this game. The story is interesting and the atmosphere did feel quite spooky. I wish it hadn't ended on a cliffhanger, but that just shows how much fun it was for me to play and that I really got into the story. I look forward to playing the sequel when it comes out! April 11, 2014
The Wow Factor! Absolutely loved this game! The animated cut scenes were very well done, and I could really see the emotions in the character's face. Very well drawn. The voice overs were very good, as well. Whoever did them really put some effort into conveying the fear and anxiety she was feeling. If the graphics are just a little murky, this only adds to the atmosphere of the game. Lots of scenes, good HOS's and a few puzzles that were maybe a little too easy, but the game kept me going and kept me interested. At the end, there's the promise of a sequel coming this year, and I'll be sure and get it to find out what happens. April 6, 2014
Hitchcock would be proud Yes, it's a thriller but in my opinion it wasn't scary or make me "jump". After playing the demo I wasn't sure if this was going to be my cup of tea so waited for the SE. It was a long game for an SE and as others have stated more of an adventure than HO game but the HOs were a little hard on the eyes with the items being so small. Not many games draw me into reading the diaries but this one did.. It's ending on a real cliffhanger so my instincts tell me there is to be a sequel. I have never heard of this develper Goblinz but that character they show makes me want to play with characters like HIM, too! I'll be looking for more from this developer and especially a sequel for this game. March 31, 2014
Creepy Fun I, too, really do love this game. I've played the first two "acts." The end of each left me salivating for more! I can't wait to find out what the third act will bring. This is quite a long game. There is a transporting map and a journal, both of which are helpful, especially the map, as there are many locations to visit. The artwork is average, but the cut scenes are wonderful and add to the overall atmosphere. Did I jump at some of them? Yes, I did. There is more adventure than either HOS or mini games. Parts of each HOS are interactive, but not progressive. The mini games seem to be the usual things you find in a lot of games, and they are easy enough. There are skip buttons available for both HOS and games, and don't take too long to fill. The creep factor is 100 percent. If you are prone to nightmares brought on by scary movies, ghost stories and the like, my advice would be to skip this one. Mwahahaha! If this game were a novel, I would definitely want to read it. April 1, 2014
Enjoyed 100% This game made me sit down and write my first review ever. Its like watching a movie! I really enjoyed it 100%. No senseless hogs, no minigames which usually make me ask, "so why is this actually here?" Everything just in perfect amount and length, nice soundtrack, too. Cant wait until Fall 2014 when there shall be part two of this game. As we say in my language: I just swallowed it like a raspberry ;-) April 22, 2014
LOVED IT!!! FINALLY A GAME FOR ADULTS!!!! I truly enjoyed this game. I am always on the look out for fun and creepy and this game was GREAT!! Most games are so tame when they mention it is Scary...but this one is great. They finally made a game that is TRULY SCARY (jumped more then a few times, exciting) the plot was good requires a lot of thinking and a lot of scare!! There is a fine line between fun scare and truly gruesome and and this game walks that line very very well. Keep up the good work!! A game worthy of a Scare Warning!!! YES!!! Would love to see another series around October to keep the mood of the season! Keep these coming!! Can't wait for the next one!! Big Fish ... MORE GAMES LIKE THIS!!! April 2, 2014
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