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Dark Fall: Lost Souls (PC DVD)

Platform : Windows XP, Windows Vista
28 customer reviews

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  • Explore a derelict train station & hotel, abandoned since World War 2
  • A new game engine allows full exploration and movement
  • Physically interact with the eerie setting, to really ‘feel’ the place
  • Use light as your weapon and ally, to fight the darkness
  • A hauntingly creepy stereo score, to chill, alarm and horrify
  • Explore the memories of the dead, in their own ‘nightmares’
  • Discover the true identity, and power behind, the Dark Fall itself
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  • Platform:   Windows XP / Vista
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B002S0O76I
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.4 x 1.2 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 29 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,019 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

The third and most frightening volume of the popular British Dark Fall saga.Something hides here; something evil, unknowable and hungry...The Eerie World of Dark Fall: 'Welcome' to Dowerton; a once picturesque rural village, hidden away in the English countryside. Like many villages, Dowerton has been tainted by modernity and economic failure; sallow youths hide in the shadows, losing their minds to chemical slime, while others simply disappear into the woods, never to be seen again. The elders of the village hide indoors, all too aware of the darkness that lurks outside. What has happened to Dowerton? The once grand Train Station was the heart of the community, but only the very brave, or the very stupid, now approach the place, while it slips further into dereliction with each passing day. Adjoining the Station, is the Victorian Station Hotel. Once a haven for weary travellers and adulterous lovers, the hotel is now in ruins. Rot, decay and time are tearing the place to pieces...leaving you very little time. For you will be entering the old Hotel at Dowerton, for one last time, to learn the secret of the Dark Fall. You must watch your step, and never turn your back on the darkness....Something evil, unknowable and hungry is hiding in the darkness of these old buildings. It wants your soul; to feed upon, devour and torture. Can you make the ghosts your ally so you can battle against the darkness that lurks in that long forgotten, abandoned place?

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The third and most frightening volume of the popular British Dark Fall saga.

 Something hides here; something evil, unknowable and hungry...

The Eerie World of Dark Fall: ‘Welcome’ to Dowerton; a once picturesque rural village, hidden away in the English countryside. Like many villages, Dowerton has been tainted by modernity and economic failure; sallow youths hide in the shadows, losing their minds to chemical slime, while others simply disappear into the woods, never to be seen again. The elders of the village hide indoors, all too aware of the darkness that lurks outside. What has happened to Dowerton? The once grand Train Station was the heart of the community, but only the very brave, or the very stupid, now approach the place, while it slips further into dereliction with each passing day.

Adjoining the Station, is the Victorian Station Hotel. Once a haven for weary travellers and adulterous lovers, the hotel is now in ruins. Rot, decay and time are tearing the place to pieces...leaving you very little time. For you will be entering the old Hotel at Dowerton, for one last time, to learn the secret of the Dark Fall. You must watch your step, and never turn your back on the darkness....

Something evil, unknowable and hungry is hiding in the darkness of these old buildings. It wants your soul; to feed upon, devour and torture. Can you make the ghosts your ally so you can battle against the darkness that lurks in that long forgotten, abandoned place?


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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J Stenton on 23 May 2010
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My partner and I play quite a lot of these type games, and were looking forward to playing the latest instalment of the Dark Fall series.
However, we both felt rather disappointed by this one in some ways.

Good points: It IS quite scary, and a bit gruesome.
Some of the puzzles are different and interesting.
Travelling back and forth between different time zones is an unusual touch (tho not unlike the second Dark Fall
game in that sense)
If you have played the first Dark Fall game which featured the same hotel, you will recognise certain parts of it
and certain people who you encounter. This does not mean tho that you have to have played the first one for it to have
made sense.

Bad Points: There was a frequent bug which shot the mouse cursor to the left hand side of the screen and there was nothing you could do to fix it except ctrl-alt-del and close the game. This usually happened on full screen puzzle zoomed in screens rather than normal game play screens. This was most annoying and required you to save the game at least every 5 minutes so the next time it happened you don't lose all the work you have already done.
Some of the story line/game play seemed rather disjointed and require frequent referral to a walkthrough, which is not something I like doing. There were quite a few times where we were left wondering what on earth to do next, and after wander aimlessly for a good while and finding nothing new, we were left to look it up, and then to find that the next thing to do was in no way relevant to what we had just done, and would not have been able to come to that conclusion on our own.

Tips: Have a notepad ready, there are lots of clues you need to write down, and diagrams to draw to refer to later.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. J. Mayes on 16 Dec. 2009
Dark Fall Lost Souls

I have played this extremely exciting and scarey game, it holds you in suspense from beginning to end, in fact I found it so enthralling that I have now completed it for the third time, to me its the best ghost adventure to have been written since the Lost Crown both having been written by Jonathan Boakes (Darkling Room) I hope there will be many more games to come from his pen.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Welsh Witch on 11 Dec. 2009
Dark Fall, Lost Souls is the 3rd game in the Dark Fall series by Jonathan Boakes of Darkling Room. It is not necessary to have played the earlier games (The Journal, Lights Out) but I'm sure that once you've played Lost Souls you will want to see what else Darkling Room has to offer.

I cannot praise Lost Souls enough. The graphics, navigation, music, sound effects, gameplay, puzzles - all are of an excellent quality and take 'point and click' adventures on to a whole new level. The game is as creepy as hell and you will definitely find yourself checking behind you as some visual or audio event spooks you out. The gameplay is never dull and the length of the game was just right for me - it took me about 20 hours to complete.

You play in 'first-person' as The Inspector - an ex police inspector who, several years before, investigated the disappearance of a young girl called Amy in the town of Dowerton. She was never found. You are back at Dowerton Railway Station and the Station Hotel, which are now in total disrepair due to them being abandoned shortly after Amy's disappearance. It is bonfire night and fireworks light up the sky above the eerie night-time setting. It soon becomes clear that some bad things have happened here. There are many lost souls - some good, some evil, lurking in the shadows. Some want to harm you but others need your help. You will be transported to times past in order to understand all the events that have taken place and to finally find your own fate. This is no ordinary place though. Jonathan Boakes, the creator, has surpassed himself in creating a world which is familiar enough to make you feel at home, yet weird enough to make it a very unsettling and scary place indeed.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jet on 14 Dec. 2009
Without giving away any spoilers I have to say this game is darker, more disturbing and more macabre than any game I've played. It is well written and immersive. I think the author did a brilliant job writing a story that will leave people thinking about it long after they've played it through.

There' s a nice mix of puzzles, from easy to more challenging, that fit the flow of the narrative.

The graphics are great. Exploring the various locations is a visual treat. Even when nothing specific is happening, the evidence of entropy and decay is terrifying. The soundtrack works brilliantly alongside the graphics to convey a feeling of uneasiness and apprehension at all times.

I loved it. I wish all games, and all films, were this good.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Catherine Burns on 1 Feb. 2010
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I loved this game - puzzles were challenging but not overly obscure - beautiful visual effects and sounds. A real traditional English atmosphere mixed with a touch of silent hill.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Forsesque Singen Smithe on 13 April 2014
How on earth Boakes hasn't been busted for copyright theft is beyond me. From the pitiful "Barrow Hill" where he copied and used the images and story from Doctor Who - The Stones of Blood comes this piece of garbage, this time however Boakes has ripped off Sapphire and Steel.
Literally every element from this sorry Boakes entry has been taken from the second story of the first season of Sapphire and Steel, he has even scanned and reproduced screenshots from the TV Show to use as graphics along with a completely ripped off soundtrack, story and script. Boakes has stolen EVERYTHING in this game from other peoples work and claims it as his own. As for the game programming itself it is exactly the same as he has been doing for over Ten Years now so read any review for a Boakes "Game" and that is what you have here.
Jonny Boakes is an embarrassment to the British gaming industry as he claims to be an "Ambassador" to the world as the best Britain has to offer. This is insulting to Real, Dedicated British games designers and makes a mockery of the games industry from Britain as perceived internationally.

Give it up Jonny Boakes you are an embarrassment.
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