True Fear: Forsaken Souls 2

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4.7
39.1K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is the sequel to one of the most captivating escape games, which won acclaim for its story and mysterious horror atmosphere.
Note that the game has a demo lasting over an hour, but payment is required to unlock the full 12-hour (average) experience.

True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 1 is #3 on GamesRadar's favorite 10 hidden object games list and held this position for many years ! The game won praise for its "engrossing puzzle gameplay" and being an "impressively scream-worthy experience". We've built on our experience making a story-rich, mystery-filled, horror escape game to craft a better and significantly longer adventure sequel.
Holly Stonehouse followed the clues from her old family house to ultimately arrive at Dark Falls Asylum and see once again that someone was already there, waiting for her. However, this time she is no longer an observer, and what is following her is no longer just a shadow - the danger is real and the asylum comes alive at night. By collecting clues, perusing notes and photographs, unlocking devious puzzles and piecing together complex sequences of 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 has followed her ever since?
True Fear: Forsaken Souls is a trilogy, and Part 2 – which is longer and has twice the puzzles and even better graphics – will not disappoint! If you are a newcomer to the series, please try the demo!
★ Explore a large open world
★ Use the map for fast traveling
★ Solve over 40 puzzles
★ Watch over 10 minutes of detailed cutscenes
★ Add hundreds of notes to your diary to be fully immersed in the story-rich mystery
★ Find 14 hidden character figurines and retrace past events
★ Unlock 30 achievements
★ Unlock additional content

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Updated on
Nov 7, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

4.7
34K reviews
jennifer victorino
November 13, 2023
I binged true fear 1 and 2. The storyline in this game keeps me on my toes. There's enough horror elements to make me worried for a jump scare every so often. But overall, puzzles were challenging but went well with the storyline. I can't wait for true fear 3! And the game works great, not buggy. And its visually appealing.
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The Digital Lounge
November 14, 2023
Work on Part 3 has already started and well on the way. We are posting more information, including new screenshots on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GoblinzGames/
A Google user
November 5, 2018
I'm most of the way through the full game and really happy that it's so long - it's been awesome so far! The atmosphere is amazing, the gameplay is engrossing, the story is super eery and chilling, and it has very occasional but usually very well-done jump scares. I'm taking my time playing it to draw out the fun. Couple things: 1) Choosing a puzzle difficulty level - you can choose puzzle and gameplay difficulties separately, which is awesome! I like moderately challenging puzzles and found them easier than expected on Medium difficulty. I know you can change this but wanted to mention that, if you're a puzzle fan, go with the difficult setting from the start. I will keep mine on medium so I can report back, though (will replay on difficult later). 2) Choosing a gameplay difficulty level - I hate sparkles but chose the medium difficulty because I wanted to use hints if needed, especially because there is no written (ie, searchable) walkthrough yet that I can find. The sparkles aren't too bad in medium, though, and ironically often are found on objects that have no meaning or interactive value. This will annoy people who depend on the sparkles to find important objects, but for those of us who dislike sparkles and only want the hint availability, you can just ignore them because they aren't very informative anyway. It would be nice to customize settings (ie, hint but no sparkles), but that's a minor issue. 3) I did find a bug with the hint system - in medium difficulty, it restarts "filling up" if you open the map. I'm very rarely using hints, but when I am, I don't want to have to wait for a refill when I haven't used a hint in ages. It also took me a while to figure out what was happening, so I kept accidentally resetting the hint by opening the map and having to wait a long time. 4) A commenter on youtube mentioned a glitch in one of the puzzles where, if you press exit or reset, it resets the whole game instead of just the puzzle. I don't know details but wanted to pass on the warning because that's a horrible consequence. Otherwise, I'm so happy this finally came out. I was specifically looking for games like True Fear and coming up with nothing...then it turned out the sequel had just been released! Yay!
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A Google user
March 27, 2019
I've gone through this game three times now. I love it! imo Not as scary as the first one, except for one scene involving tokens, but I also knew what to expect. Graphics and story line are awesome. Controls can be a little sensitive at times and there *can* be a glitch with the lock under the bar (Not all of the pieces showed up in the kit, only about half - happened just once). Overall a great game and I'm looking forward to the third chapter but hopefully the scare factor will go up a bit.
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The Digital Lounge
March 31, 2019
Thank you for your awesome review!! 💞 We are currently working on the Extra Episode (4-6 hours of story-rich play) and are hoping to release it late Spring or early Summer. But work has already started on True Fear Part 3! We'll announce more news on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/GoblinzGames/).

What's new

Bugfix in minigames.
Libraries update
Other minor bugfix