The Almost Gone

4.2
1.34K reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Trapped between life and death, frightened and alone, you must unravel the dark and poignant truth that led to your fate. Dig beneath the beautifully rendered façades and interiors of an ordinary suburban lifestyle to discover a breathtaking tale crafted by an award-winning author.

Piece together this compelling story by revealing objects and memories, decipher these clues and reveal more of the story and its dark secrets. From your own home to eerily deserted streets, beautiful apartment blocks to sinister abandoned hospitals, you must search forensically for clues. Each new reveal takes you closer to the life you once had, to the people and places that surrounded you, in your seemingly carefree childhood. Why are you here? Why are you trapped? Will you ever get home?

- Experience a stunningly immersive story written by award-winning author Joost Vandecasteele

- Explore every nook and cranny of each beautifully rendered diorama

- Play through five compelling chapters, with each revealing more secrets and twists that will lead you to the truth

- From an unassuming sitting room, to a tent in a forest, from a police car in a tree to an abandoned hospital, a seemingly innocent suburbia is yours to discover
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Sep 30, 2020

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4.2
1.34K reviews
Carlos Rios
April 30, 2022
The navigation is very unintuitive, consistently shifting rooms when I am trying to rotate the perspective, objects not interacting the first time I attempt to press them, leave me feeling more frustrated than anything. I imagine I would be enjoying the game otherwise. I saw on the walk through video that EVERYTIME I was stuck was because of perspective or navigation issues I had run into. If the mobile version also had the buttons to navigate I would likely enjoy the game. On Tab S8+
14 people found this review helpful
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L H
April 27, 2021
One of the better aesthetic games played with the Play Pass. Did not need a guide or walk-through, but not dumbed down, either. Buggy in that dialog boxes sometimes failed to leave the screen at the appropriate times and would obscure the next screen of game play for up to a minute (a long time when you play fast). Ending was unsatisfying. Don't mind cliff hangers, but there was no psychological twist to keep you up all night, it just...ended. Very low-effort compared to the rest of the game.
22 people found this review helpful
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Hilary Price
September 21, 2020
For those unaware, you can change the controls in the settings, so you dont have to swipe to change rooms, that really made the experience better for me. The story is interesting, but the ending leaves it open to interpretation. So you never really get an explanation as to what happened. Just clues that lead the player to a certain, vague conclusion. 1st playthrough was good but 2nd playthrough was less the 30 mins. 0 replayability. I liked it but wouldnt pay for it, but I'd play a part 2.
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What's new

Fixed a bug where the Deja Vu Achievement wasn't triggered when completing the game twice. Players who have, will now get the achievement when the game starts.