Ever taken a wrong turn on a car trip? A bad sense of direction should not turn into something so dire. In an instant, there's a bad accident. You awaken from a coma to the scene of a living nightmare. The hospital is a dreadful place that looks like it does more harm to patients than good. Even worse, your family is nowhere to be found.Read full description
Ever taken a wrong turn on a car trip? A bad sense of direction should not turn into something so dire. In an instant, there's a bad accident. You awaken from a coma to the scene of a living nightmare. The hospital is a dreadful place that looks like it does more harm to patients than good. Even worse, your family is nowhere to be found.
Proceed with caution as you venture through an apocalyptic atmosphere. Sinister forces hide beneath the shadows and danger lurks around every turn. The local residents have all transformed into flesh-eating zombies. Our heroine must find her husband and daughter and escape before they all succumb to the horrible fate befalling Livingston.
State of Chaos
The entire town is in a state of chaos. Crazed zombies appear to be on the loose. Small Town Terrors: Livingston is not a game for the faint of heart...
Stop the Horror
You must uncover the cause of the evil and find your family before it's too late. Bit by bit, piece together what happened in this terrifying tale. Search for your family; uncover the horror that has corrupted nearly every living thing and fight to escape with your life.
Explore abandoned buildings and search for helpful items as you try to piece together what has happened to the town. Find your family before all is lost! From beginning to end, you will be mesmerized by the zombie-dominated storyline and its advanced hidden object puzzle adventure game features.
Explore a town plagued with zombies
Uncover mysterious evil
Find your missing family
Spooky original score sets the mood
OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10
Processor: Intel® Pentium® processor (or equivalent AMD processor) 1.2 GHz or faster
Memory: 256 MB RAM
Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
I loved the first Small Town Terrors, that's why I didn't hesitate to buy this one. I was expecting a story about an experiment gone wrong, however, the story is kinda weird, it doesn't meant that the gameplay is boring: you have puzzles, lists of items and even medikits to find. Indeed, there is a health feature: some scenes or actions aren't possible unless you get the required health. Doing some movements makes you lose some HP but you're forced to do them: you don't really manage the health. The puzzles are interesting too. But you get lost a lot. The map is just there to show you where you are, you can't travel and you can't even see where you need to go. So, in another words, I've been feeling lost the majority of the time. I knew more or less what to do but I didn't always see where to do it or couldn't confirm that my intuition was right. The style is good as you're roaming into a lost town, with trucks blocking the way, without a soul apart a survivor that is convinced about aliens, with zombies being around. Also, you get also into a secret lab and on your accident's site, with a car to repair. The soundtrack is correct too. In other words, Small Town Terrors isn't a total failure but it's not a complete success. There are better hidden objects than this, so, buy it only if you're used to the Hidden Object genre, otherwise, avoid it.
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