Summary: This game was truly a masterpiece to my 15 year old brain when I first played it almost a decade ago. The atmosphere alone was one that chilled me to the bone. But the secrets that I uncovered as I made my way through the abandoned train station really just made me constantly want to find out more...
Summary: I've played this before, and it IS an older game, but it's also by Johnathin Boakes who is brilliant at the gendre, and I love a good ghost story! My only reservations are that it's at a different setting (larger) than when I played it on a different operating system, but so far, it plays OK.
Summary: I LOVED this game! But then I'm still a big fan of the graphic adventure. Vaguely Lovecraftian, this is set in an abandoned railway station/railway hotel at just about the end of the line somewhere in England. It is essentially a ghost/horror story.
Summary: As any fan of the Adventure Game genre is aware, these games are few and unpopular compared to games which rely on violence and fast-paced action. And of the many adventure games to choose from, most are poorly designed, hard to play or may not even run properly.
Summary: This was too hard for me to get into and get going with. I have played many like this but this particular game was just to time consuming and hard to get going. I eventually just gave it away. They even had a hard time with it.
Summary: Good job on ambiance - this game is pretty creepy. Shadows, flickering lights, voices, whispers, ghostly shenanigans. There is a sense of imminent danger to your person (don't worry, though, you can't actually die in this game).
Summary: creepy, thrilling, intriguing 1st person point and click. sneak about in some seriously weird places and before you know it, about 10 hours have passed and your stomach will be growling-- you forgot to eat or sleep cuz you were so into this game. by far a must have
Summary: Allow me to preface this by giving kudos to the programmer who put all his energy into designing a game that came solely from his heart. That alone is worth an added star. That being said... If you believe in the supernatural, then this game is for you.
Summary: "Dark Fall: The Journal" is a ghost story. It is not a horror story. No dripping blood. No beasties popping out of the woodwork. If you like a good ghost story that you play slowly and carefully, take notes, make some sketches, then this is the game for you.