The Fall trilogy

The Fall trilogy

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After waking up in a mysterious temple, you realize you have lost your memory, and must find a way out! Use your Adventure game skills to piece together your past and solve a variety of challenges and minigames. Dive deep into the world of The Fall Trilogy and discover helpful clues and items that will lead you to freedom. Can you find your way out of the temple and discover your past life?

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 1280 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 139 MB

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The Fall trilogy is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE? I'm only a couple of hours in and absolutely LOVE this. Highly recommended for adventurers. NO hos. Yay! Gotta go, want to get back to it :)
Date published: 2014-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT I thought i'd bought and played this game years ago on my previous PC but it turns out that i'd only played the demo. I played the whole game in advanced mode. This is an adventure game with no HOS but you do have to find missing items to use on the numerous and sometimes challenging puzzles along the way. A big fandabbydosey thumbs up from me.
Date published: 2013-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Trilogy I enjoyed the 3 dimensional play with great graphics, nice challenge, not to difficult although I did need the walk through at times. It did have me curious enough to buy all 3 chapters. I did enjoy these 3 chapters, however, someone compared these 3 games to Tomb Raider. I would agree to some extent but, I'm sure that same person would agree with me that it's not a PlayStation game all the same, it has it's limits compared to PlayStation's Lara Croft. I do recommend these 3 Chapters.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Challenging and Fun If you're tired of hog's this is the game for you.The puzzles are challenging and fun with the added bonus of being able to play the puzzles in easy mode to get you through the game the first time.
Date published: 2012-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I played the 3 "The Fall Trilogy" FANTASTIC!!!! I was waiting to be on vacation to play the same day one after the other "The Fall Trilogy". What a fantastic trilogy in deed. I recommend to start from Chapter I, then II and finally III. Nice graphics, puzzles, and interesting story! Any way...it seems "will continue". I highly recommend to buy all three.
Date published: 2011-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Entertaining Great game, great grafic, great fun
Date published: 2011-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Puzzles that require a little more thought The most distinctive aspect of this game is the ability to look all around you--not just 360 degrees, but also up and down. I usually dislike 3D environments because I feel they aren't as pretty as 2D art, but in this case they did a good job with the lush jungle temple setting. In some ways this is a short game as there aren't that many total locations to explore. However each of the puzzles, while not having anything that stood out as unique, were more complex than most puzzles in this genre and thus took longer to complete than average. I appreciated this added challenge, and I ended up taking a decent amount of time to complete the game. You have to enjoy puzzles to like this game as other than "Find X of an item" scenes where you have to make use of the full freedom of movement to find everything, it's just puzzles. If you do like them, check this game out.
Date published: 2012-07-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For puzzle fans who like a bit of an adventure it's a must try This is a unique and different game, you play as a man who has lost his memory and doesn't know why he is in the middle of a jungle and he is trying to get back to his wife and child. It is part of a trilogy so don't go expecting a 100% tied up storyline or you will be disappointed. It's also not a standard hidden object puzzle adventure so if you are looking for that then pass on this. You have the option of playing this in 360 or using arrows, this is good as it immerses you more into the game and you have to remember to look up as well as down. The puzzles are challenging but not too hard. There is an option in the trilogy to play puzzles in an easier or hard mode - I love this and wish more developers would do this. This has the feel of tomb raider/indiana jones. The whole game is set in this 'jungle' so don't expect different scenery. The hidden object scenes isn't what you are used to but more find 15 same items, or find related pairs and there aren't that many of them. This is a game for puzzle adventure fans. At the beginning you will find you think you can do something but realise you need to accomplish something else first so you have to go and find that first. You explore a lot at the beginning to get a feel of the layout and where things are (it does open to more areas later). If you are looking for something different, a good storyline, nice puzzles (if not that original) then do try this. About the other games in the series - The 2nd game in the series is set in a very modern, office type setting and didn't like it as much. This game is the best in the series and then the 3rd and then the 2nd game (in that order). I played all of them as I wanted to know how the story ends!
Date published: 2012-01-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Rather Disappointing This game is said to be by the creators of such great games as "Destination: Treasure Island," "Return to Mysterious Island" (1 & 2), "The Egyptian Prophecy," etc., but it pales in comparison to them. The voice actor (David Gasman) is great, as always, since he is one of my most favorite voice actors. Unfortunately, his is a lone voice in a desolate world... Yes, part of the problem is that we have but one character whom we don't even get to see during the game. Thus, it gets pretty lonely, so to speak, and very quickly. Also, there is hardly a story. In Chapter 1, the hero wakes up in a temple with absolutely no idea as to who he is or how he got there. He gets a couple of flashes (just voices), which tells him only a bit; and that's about it, as far as the storyline is concerned. Other than that, it is basically a series of puzzles and what might be only loosely called Hidden-Object scenes. I say "loosely" because they are really nothing like the Hidden-Object scenes we know (or would care to know). It's basically the same thing in all three chapters actually: you have to find 20x the *same* object (for example, a stick) either in a fixed scene or around in the same area. You have to do this even if you need only one such item. In other words, if you need one stick, you have to find 20 identical sticks in the given area. Very tedious and often quite straining for the eyes... While the temple in Chapter 1 is rather dismal, the location in Chapter 2 is a bit brighter at least. You would think though that the light would make it easier to find the 20 objects in each of the so-called hidden-object scenes. If you do, think again. And this was pretty annoying: the developers often made the items rather translucent(!), making them harder to see. The puzzles are a bit more interesting - except for the maze, which is rather crazy. My suggestion: forget the map you are given (it's useless), and just keep on going around on your own until you find your destination. It may sound a hard way of going about it but, trust me: it's easier than using the map you get! Finally, Chapter 3 brings you into a location which, for me at least, was the best of the three chapter locations. In fact, I enjoyed this chapter itself the most. This is also the chapter which is supposed to reveal (hence the chapter title: Revelation) what is really going on, of course. So there is a lot of suspense, although little is actually told. In other words, the chapter is still basically a series of puzzles and so-called hidden-object scenes. And, if you are a bit of a sleuth like me, you will already have figured out most if not all of it before everything is finally revealed. But, again, the location in this chapter is more cheerful than those in the previous chapters; and the puzzles are pretty neat too. There were just a couple of what I would call bad puzzles. But long live the Big Fish walkthroughs! You can always look up the answer before you go off any bend trying to solve one of these puzzles! In short, as I mentioned in the beginning, I *am* rather disappointed with this game (or should I say the "series"). But it's pleasant enough, I guess. Especially, if you are feeling too crowded in your real life and want to escape into a somewhat quiet part of the world, practically all by your lonesome except for that warm, soothing voice of David Gasman, then this game might be just what you need! ;)
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Tricked into Playing a HOG! I thought, from the outset, that tis was going to be an adventure game, a la "The Curse of Blackmoor Manor," or " "The Tree of Life." Wow! Was I ever fooled! This is nothing more than a HIDDEN OBJECT GAME with some very interesting puzzles thrown into the mix. I WILL SAY, in defense of this game, that the puzzles, jigsaws, cryptic, etc, were ususally associated with the game, so you weren't just running off to look for a pear or a brooch. Nevertheless, the endless searching gets to you, when all you're looking for is a plot somewhere! This game REALLY HAD NO PLOT. Let's be honest. And yet, it is a wonderful game for those who like to search and hunt and play games. As for myself, I prefer the heavier, much more challenging fare that's offerred in the Large File Section. I also want a plot -- a good plot -- to follow. I tried the one-hour free version of "Fall Trilogy: Chapter Two.," and, although I liked the modern atmosphere, I was almost immediately sent on a hunt for 20 elevator access cards. Thanks, but, no thanks! I recommend this game for puzzle and HOG addicts, only.
Date published: 2012-08-23
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