True Fear: Forsaken Souls

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What if everything you knew about your life, everything your family ever told you, turned out to be a lie?




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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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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.2 GHz
System RAM1 GB
Drive Space997 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. I really wanted to enjoy this game
    by Siluette, Sweden - Apr 5th 2016

    I read reviews about this game and many described it as very scary, others thought that it was boring and not scary at all. My favourites are horror games and the mix of reviews made me unsure whether I should buy it or not. Finally I bought it and became rather disappointed. True Fear: Forsaken Souls is not much fear. The gameplay feels slow and empty somehow, although you do stuff all the time. Occasionally something happens, but it's rare. The idea is probably that the gamers should sit on needles, while they are waiting for the next scary moment, but it's hard when the atmosphere is lame and you hear an almost joyful piano loop in the background. Blood, graves and abandoned houses with cobwebs aren't enough to bring at least me in the right mood. There are a few creepy moments, but I can count them on one hand.

    The graphics are good, but I didn't like the computer animated(?) main character. She looks weird and sometimes she walks like she's got problems with her joints, muscles or something. Sound and voice overs are also good, but the music doesn't fit in my opinion.
    The HOS are interactive lists and the mini games are not that hard. There is a jumpable map that shows available tasks and the hint is directional.

    Despite from the lack of creepiness it is a well done game with a good flow.
    I enjoyed the story, but I got a bit confused with the Who, When and Where. Then the ending wasn't that fun: "To be continued"...

    If you are easily frightened and want to play a scary game, this might be the one.

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