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A TV show is turning the children of Fort Nightingale into zombies - but that's not the weirdest thing going on in the city! Enter this mystifying maelstrom as Clarrisa, a government agent that investigates unexplained phenomenon. Are you afraid? Or will you step bravely toward the unknown? Find out in Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 520 MB

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Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 62.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If I Had 10 Thumbs, They Would All Be Up! With so many reviews already posted, there's not much more I can add to the praises. I agree with all the 5 star ratings. This is a stellar Standard Edition game, I imagine The CE offers even more thrills with a bonus chapter. We rarely see a great sci-fi game here at Big Fish, so this was an exciting discovery. The adventure was top-notch with a very good storyline that did not weaken along the way. The kids bared a slight resemblance to "The Children of the Damned". It came out many years ago, many of you may be too young to remember that 50's movie which was a sequel. Very creepy style for that era in movies. Good old black and white stuff! Check it out! It was scary then, but wouldn't even raise a goosebump now, in our futuristic time in history. Thoroughly enjoyed this game. It was long, the graphics were excellent, the colors were very appropriate to the dismal surroundings, the map was so helpful that the hint button was rarely needed. The map quickly took us to our required locations and showed tasks and morphs that were available. A very nice extra feature not normally provided in Standard Edition games. The few characters we had contact with were nicely done, the deserted town gave off a real scary feel. I had the feeling something was just about to reach out and touch my shoulder, then whisk me away to a place of no return. I had fun with all the games, HOGs, morphs. I mostly enjoyed the HOGs where we returned the inventory items to their proper place amongst the hidden objects. The ending left a lot to speculation and I don't know what I believe about the agent's parents. But the good story outshined the weak ending, so all is good. I hope we will see more sci-fi games soon. Now that technology has come such a long way, these brilliant game developers/creators should have no trouble delivering something really spectacular!! God Bless....
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town SE In October of 1949, a very strange phenomenon occurred in Fort Nightingale. The nun's at the Saint Bernadette orphanage opened their doors to find 10 newborn babies, each nestled in a basket, abandoned anonymously on the front porch! That night was just the tip of the iceberg for paranormal events in the city that never existed on a map. The government has sent Clarrisa, a Biosafe agent to investigate the strangest of all unexplained phenomenon. Shortly after the military's unexplained exit of their base camp, the citizens of Ft. Nightingale began displaying signs of a mass stupor! People were literally frozen in place, with no sign of life! Is this the beginning of a contagious disease that will wipe out humanity? Is the military involved in a secret government experiment, or could it have anything to do with those 10 children left at the orphanage a few years back, surely not! Alien Town is my second favorite game of all time. I love sci-fi and stories about aliens, and this developer is one of the best out there when it comes to creep factor and making you feel alone in an abandoned town. I do prefer the Collector's Edition over this Standard Edition because of the 40 Morphing or Beyond Objects (and again, kudos to this dev who does an incredible job with the morphs) The graphics are fantastic, no detail has been overlooked, and as I said before, the graphics really do the storyline justice, you feel like someone is watching you and an alien will pop out at any time! The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly interactive list finds, but there are also progressive interactions where you find one item on the list and use that item somewhere in the scene to find the next item, and there are scenes where you take inventory items and return them in the scene where they logically belong such as a baseball mitt goes next to the baseball bat.The Mini Games are fairly easy, rotating rings to restore the image, or rotating tokens until the ones with crows line up under the lock mechanism in the correct order so that the lock mechanism and the crow tokens shapes match up. The Collector's Edition has Wallpapers, Concept Art, 40 Beyond Morphing Objects, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite HOG I own like 30 HOGs and this ones my favorite. Its the most professional one ive seen. I like how it draws u in too. I almost feel like mulder in the Xfiles. you cant get that in any other hos ive seen, not like this. ITs sooo creepy and realistic.
Date published: 2014-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it A nice, lengthy HOS game! Kept me entertained and just challenged enough so I didn't get frustrated! Love the map feature!
Date published: 2014-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FORBIDDEN SECRETS: ALIEN TOWN (AND COUNTRY-SIDE AND CARNIVAL AND OUTER SPACE) Wow! I was hooked from the start. And it took quite a while to finish, I like long games. There were a lot of places to explore, starting with the train station. Then there was the country-side, a carnival, the large town area and even outer space. A great map helped you know where there were places of action to be completed. And every place on the map let you know where a morphing object was and after the object was found the map let you know it was found. There was some objects carried for a while in your inventory, but most objects were found and used quickly, sometimes in the same room. The puzzles were fun with a good variety. HOS were mostly easy. Fun game and different than a lot of others I have played. Story was good and had a nice ending.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game, interesting storyline Most of the games on this site typically have the same idea behind the story. This game is somewhat different in the story. You are investigating the mysterious phenomena in Fort Nightingale. There are a few twists in the story that makes you say, "Oh wow!" but overall the story kept my attention and I wanted to keep playing to see 'what happens next?!' >>>>The length of the game is moderate- it doesn't drag on and it isn't over before you get intrigued. It took me about 3 maybe 4 hours to complete the game, playing on Casual Mode.<<<< The HOS are the right amount of easy, tricky and hard. Some items are in plain sight but you don't realize they are there because they blend so seamlessly into the scene. The game isn't overloaded with them and each scene produces an item to which you need to continue with the task. I did have to use the hint button a few times only because I wasn't sure what should or needed to be done next. In the scheme of it, it didn't matter ( just me being a little OCD). There is quite a bit of back and forth in the game but I like that since it keeps my mind sharp and forces me to pay attention to detail. The flow of the game is quite connected and there isn't hardly any (if at all) jumping around from one task to the next- they all work their way into the next one. You don't have to stop one task, start another, then another then finish the second task and third just to finish the first. You pretty much finish one thing before the story and game moves you on to the next task. I never like having to hold on to (lets say) a screwdriver that I need to use 20 scenes later. The developers did a magnificent job at keeping that consistent and together. Overall, I definitely encourage you to play this game! I enjoyed it very very much =)
Date published: 2014-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game Nice graphics, well done and varied HOS, interesting puzzles, good length, backtracking and morphing objects. One of the best in my BF library. Too bad there's no sequel to this game.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unexpectedly fun I got this on a Daily Deal, and there's no way I would have purchased it otherwise, between the cheesy-looking picture and even cheesier name. Maybe if you're really into alien stuff you'll like this, I thought. But for whatever reason, maybe the reviews, I got it anyway to help fill up my punchcard and my time. I was surprised by this one - I actually really enjoyed it from beginning to end! It was very well put-together, managed to get your attention from the very start, and was about as "believable" as an alien story might actually be in this kind of game. Not too many HOS, good puzzles, music fine...yeah, some of the scenes were drab to go along with the theme of this abandoned town, but it didn't detract from it for me because it was well-done and not "flat" #e.g., even the streets with the frozen people still had movement of some sort#. There was also a lot of attention to detail. For instance, the heroine notices early on that an animated bunny rabbit wasn't affected by the "disease". In a later scene, I personally noticed that a man who was walking his dog had become "frozen", and his dog was frozen as well. I thought "well, that's strange, but they can't catch everything" but then - the heroine actually recalls that later on and references that she thought that was weird, too! It makes it easier to enjoy a game if the emotions and thoughts about the ridiculous of particular situations is similar to what you'd actually be feeling yourself. They even found a way to explain her high immunity to diseases! Anyway, even if this isn't a genre you normally love, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised as you play this game. Despite not feeling particularly emotionally involved #which I often prefer in order to enjoy a game#, I actually still enjoyed it because it was exciting enough, had enough animation and cut-scenes, and just kept me engaged!
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Story Had this game been a novel, I would have given it top marks for its plot. It starts out sounding like the typical game "save the town or world" story, but the outstanding protagonist leads to a powerful conclusion. The hidden object scenes were all bright enough to allow the player to find the objects. Character movement was natural enough to provide some hints to the character's personality and attitude. The map was outstanding.
Date published: 2013-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Brain Game This is really great.. One has to really pay attention or get lost..
Date published: 2013-12-15
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