This game was a quite scary! I was genuinely spooked by the environment, and I'm the sort that watches horror films before bed. Kudos to the Dev. The puzzles were challenging but not impossible, the atmosphere was creepy, and the controls are perfect. I recommend this little game to anyone looking for a spooky adventure. It's short, but for a free game (the adverts aren't terribly intrusive), it's well worth the install. Now I'm off to play the others. =)
Has potential. Some of the puzzles are a little illogical and some are too easy. Compared to The Cube Escape series this game comes up way too short. There is really no confluence or storyline to aid you in your endeavor and the flashlight is annoying.
Good concept, but after I opened the electrical box, the screwdriver disappeared. I wasn't able to turn the lights on or continue playing. I had a glitch in one of the other games as well.
The game is quite good, but compared to, say, the Cube Escape games, some puzzles are difficult to solve logically. I don't want to spoiler, so I can't give examples.
Some of the puzzles are illogical, and it's a pain to have to wield the flashlight the majority of the game.
I liked the game, but it's relatively short. Other series's games are larger.
New languages added: Forgotten Hill: Fall is now translated into French, Spanish, German, Portoguese, Russian and Korean as well as Italian and English!
Reduced memory usage
Small bug fixes