Dark Fall: Lost Souls

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"Dark Fall: Lost Souls is an excellent adventure game, worthy of your time and your money." - GameBoomers.com

"offers up some better storytelling than many games with a hundred times the development budget." - GameZone.com

You, The Inspector, have been trying to solve the case of the eerie abduction of young Amy Haven for several years, but were suspended for tampering with evidence to get the primary suspect convicted, the vagabond known as “Mr. Bones”. Now, you return to Dowerton for a last, paranormal search to find Amy Haven, and to learn the secret of the Dark Fall.

Dowerton; a once picturesque rural village, hidden away in the English countryside. Like many villages, it 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. The once grand Train Station was the heart of the community, but only the very brave, or the very stupid, now approach the place. Adjoining the station is the Victorian Station Hotel. Once a haven for weary travelers and adulterous lovers, the hotel is now in ruins. Rot, decay and time are tearing this place to pieces. This, is where the Dark Fall flourishes.

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 Hotel?

Key Features:

  • 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.

Customer reviews


You Can Get A Great Experience

GeoffAussieSpy | Sept. 4, 2015 | See all GeoffAussieSpy's reviews »

This game surprised me with how good it was. The gameplay was pretty great, one to one controlling and it was as simple and easy to use. Core of it is the mechanics and vibe of it all. The mechanics set it differently than other horror games, sets it pretty far apart from others. And I really like them, they are great! The game is fun, story is good, graphics are not too dated, style/vibe is cool and unique. It's a good game with decent gameplay, a great vibe and a nice idea with some mechanics that set the bar up for this under-rated game.


Creepy, atmospheric, point-n-click.

Maghook | Aug. 27, 2014 | See all Maghook's reviews »

A very creepy adventure, point-and-click game with an enchanting atmosphere. Not your typical kind of horror, more somber than anything you'd expect. Controls are a bit hard to work with and could be frustrating for people who are not familiar with its mechanics. Puzzles vary from mildly easy to requiring a walkthrough of sorts. Good game, great atmosphere, decent story.


Not a bad

Bolo | Aug. 25, 2014 | See all Bolo's reviews »

Not a bad game overall. The hotel was really bad, as in good. It was totally creepy and disgusting. I really did get chills running up my arms more that a couple of times. I liked the idea that the inspector could change the bad things that had happened in the past. The ending was not a total let down as so many of the current adventure games seem to be.