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Quiet Falls

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Feb 15, 2007 | 10:29 PM EST
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Quiet Falls is a full survival horror game in Flash; a playable Silent Hill fanfic.

## Attack reviewers who've only seen the YouTube video ridiculing this game, you may find that you've been somewhat misled by the edit of the play footage. Also, the viewer comments are spurious; this game has its flaws but is NOT homophobic. Please play Quiet Falls for a while before reviewing. ##

Quiet Falls is a full survival horror game in Flash; a playable Silent Hill fanfic.

Dale Chalmers is on the run when a mysterious stranger stops him in the road, pulling him into a series of horrifying events which are simultaneously familiar and strange beyond belief.

This is a LONG game. Record passwords found on Post-Its. Walkthrough here (remove NG-inserted spaces)...
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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Really good idea but...

This game's concept is really good but there's alot of glitches and bugs:

Sometimes you'll be standing face to face with the creatures, shooting or stabbing at them and you can't do any damage. At times, you'll have to leave an area and come back just to get certain things to work or to actually attack the creatures. In example, the safe... I had to leave the area and come back to get the safe to even show up for me.

The ghost dogs... They can attack to kill me but I can't do damage to them.

Some of the things move too fast in the game especially for when you have to get lined up perfectly with the creatures to shoot them and that makes it more difficult to kill them without being injured. I'd be easier if you could just point and click to shoot in that direction instead of having to get perfectly aligned.

I've wasted alot of bullets in the game trying to hit some of the creatures only to miss when I were standing directly in front of them. Even stabbing at them didn't work.

I've gotten killed 2 times in the game and it continued to play without giving me the "retry" option. I had to refresh the page and start the last area I was in over again.

I don't get the point of the radio in the game. It only goes off when you can see the creatures clearly in the area with you. Shouldn't it at least give a hint of a warning that you're going to encounter a creature before you get in the same room with it?

Walking... You can only move up and down, left and right... No other movements which makes it increasingly hard to kill the creatures at a perfectly alignment when a few of the creatures can move diagonally.

The game has moments when it lags bad when entering new areas.

Other than that, I found the game to be very interesting and fun to pass the time with.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very nice, I am a fan of the Silent Hill series and this game captured the atmosphere and overall feeling of Silent Hill very well, great job and keep up the good work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh yeah, game at my style.

I love Silent Hill game series and map is exactly like in Silent Hill's map, this game is very nice, good work, keep going ;D .


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Movements are too choppy, clicking for movement would be better for a game like this. Also, improve attacks, both recieved and given. I got hit like 40 times from a ghost dog and didn't die, I also wasted a clip on him and he didn't die. I like it, but improvements should be made.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awaiting Quiet Falls 2

The game is cheap at points like when confronting enemies in tight places (especially boss encounters) and may lag a little in some spots but overall it really captured the survival horror experience I grew up with and still enjoy. It is also rare to find a title such as Quiet falls that revives the goodness of the genres nostalgia. I'm a huge Silent Hill fan and it was nice to see some of the old story devices and occasional puzzles implemented into the game. I was surprised to see the 2D animation but it works well here and the perspective is actually helpful for exploring areas thoroughly. One more thing, the music is spot-on. When you beat the game you will be presented with a few bonus features, one of them allowing you access to all the tracks used throughout the game. A couple of them are worth listening to with headphones on. Well, reviewing this game aside, I really hope that Kenn is working on a second entry whenever time allows. I'd be grateful.

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