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Oct 30, 2009 | 12:50 PM EDT

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You have to investigate and gather evidence about a creepy old cabin in the woods and its aged inhabitant, take photo's, use the metal detector, find and read diary's etc to discover what has been going on here and who the old man really is...

(Stuck? Walkthrough link at the bottom right)

Reviews


CookieSkoonCookieSkoon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed this.

I loved this as much as the first. They are pure entertainment and very well done. I hope for more of them in the future. :)


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Psionic3D responds:

Thanks. glad you liked it!!


TYHUMATYHUMA

Rated 5 / 5 stars

omg

that doll is scary it scared the crap ot of me


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Psionic3D responds:

Try 'Creepy Doll' my new flash toy that extends her vocabulary ;-)


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very cool

I think this probably has the best graphics of any point and click adventure that I have ever played! While I loved traditional animation, it is exciting to see more games have CGI-like effects. The music was also really creepy and fit the mood well. I doubt I will ever give a 10 to any point 'n click adventure, simply because there has never been one that I can get through on my own. Of course, it was really nice to include the walkthrough. You do know how to set the mood well.


Psionic3D responds:

Thank you. Glad you enjoyed the atmosphere!!


BrandonColeBrandonCole

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty Good Improvement!

This is different and a bit more in-depth than the first one. Not as much surprising activity as the first one but still just as creepy.


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Psionic3D responds:

Thanks!!


GoddessofWisdomGoddessofWisdom

Rated 5 / 5 stars

obsidan sphere

Good game. Though i can't seem to get the obsidian sphere. Other than that, it was good.


Psionic3D responds:

Thanks, there is only 5 spheres needed to open the door not 6 like most people think ;-)