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  • Summary: 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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  1. Feb 15, 2018
    True Fear Forsaken Souls Part 1
    One of the best hidden objects games I’ve ever played.
    In True Fear you play as Holly, She gets a letter
    True Fear Forsaken Souls Part 1
    One of the best hidden objects games I’ve ever played.
    In True Fear you play as Holly, She gets a letter from her sister that she hasn’t heard from in years telling her to come to the family home
    and this takes you on a creep adventure of figuring out what happened to your sister, and who this creepy girl is that seems to be following you everywhere,
    This is a hidden object puzzle game…
    and probably my favorite one I’ve ever played…
    I actually really enjoyed the story and trying to figure the story out..
    Though this game doesn’t give the complete story...
    This is part one of an eventual trilogy… It’s made of up 3 acts that take 5 hours to complete, but included is a bonus chapter that adds another hour to this game, making it a total of 6…
    The story is told with a mix of great cut scenes, letters, and statues hidden throughout the game...
    but the gameplay is very point and click... It’s all about interacting with objects in a room until you can’t anymore, leaving and going to another room and doing the same thing...
    and every puzzle here makes logical sense,
    Eventually you’ll have a bunch of items gathered to interact with different items to get new items, it’s all about essentially setting up dominoes... getting the right items to proceed through the game…
    and this is probably one of the best paced hidden object games I’ve played as well which helps it feel so enjoyable...
    I never felt stuck...
    There are occasional puzzles here that are varied enough to keep the game feeling fresh, and they’re all really simple, giving your mind just the right amount of engagement...
    But my favorite part of this game is easily its map system...
    You won’t have to trek to different rooms one room at a time...
    There’s a map system that will show you all locations and an exclamation mark on that location if there’s something you can do with the items you’ve collected…
    and if that isn’t a hint enough, you have a creepy doll companion to give you hints on what to interact with or what to use…
    So if you’re interested in just the story aspect, all of these systems help you enjoy this game if you’re a fan of this gameplay style or not..
    But being a fan does definitely help…
    This is a very simple game with a great story that has me hooked...
    it keeps you guessing... its constantly filling you in one clues to who this creepy girl is..
    I was surprised with how much I ended up enjoying this adventure…
    I give True Fear Forsaken Souls
    a 7/10