• Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.
  • Dark Fall: Lost Souls: Screenshot zum Titel.

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  • Plattform: PC
  • Release: 09.04.2010
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Über das Spiel

Ein brandneues Dark Fall-Adventure! Willkommen in Dowerton, einem einst malerischen Dorf, verborgen in der englischen Landschaft. Wie so viele Dörfer wurde Dowerton durch Modernisierung und wirtschaftliche Fehlentscheidungen verschandelt, nun verstecken sich blasse Jugendliche in den Schatten, verlieren ihren Verstand an chemische Substanzen, während andere in den Wäldern verschwinden und nie wieder gesehen werden.

Fäulnis und Zerfall zerreißen den Ort in Stücke und lassen Ihnen wenig Zeit. Denn Sie werden das alte Dowerton-Hotel ein letztes Mal besuchen, um das Geheimnis des Dark Fall zu lüften. Überlegen Sie sich jeden Schritt und wenden Sie der Dunkelheit niemals Ihren Rücken zu ... denn etwas Böses, Unberechenbares und Hungriges wartet im Schatten dieser alten Gemäuer. Es will Ihre Seele, will sie verschlingen und foltern.

Features:
  • Die neue Spiele-Engine ermöglicht unendliche Bewegungsfreiheit und uneingeschränkte Erforschungsmöglichkeiten
  • Vollumfängliche Interaktionen innerhalb des furchteregenden Schauplatzes ermöglichen, die bedrückende Athmosphäre buchstäblich zu "spüren".
  • Benutze das Licht als deine Waffe und deinen Verbündeten gegen die Dunkelheit.
  • Benutzen Sie Licht als Waffe und Verbündeten, um die Dunkelheit zu besiegen.
  • Der gespenstisch düstere Soundtrack wird dich zum Erschaudern bringen.
  • Dringe in die "Albträume" der Verstorbenen vor und setze ihre düstersten Erinnerungen frei.
  • Erkenne die ganze Wahrheit von Dark Fall und entdecke die unglaubliche Macht, die es umgibt.

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: Pentium IV (oder vergleichbar empfohlen)
  • GFX: 128 MB DirectX 9.0C kompatible 3D Grafikkarte
  • RAM: 512 MB RAM
  • Software: Windows XP(SP2/SP3) oder Vista
  • SFX: 16-bit DirectX 9.0C Sound Card
  • DX: DirectX 9.0C
  • MISC: Maus, Lautsprecher
  • LANG: Englisch
  • CPU: Pentium IV (oder vergleichbar empfohlen)
  • GFX: 128 MB DirectX 9.0C kompatible 3D Grafikkarte
  • RAM: 1 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows XP(SP2/SP3) oder Vista
  • SFX: 16-bit DirectX 9.0C Sound Card
  • DX: DirectX 9.0C
  • MISC: Maus, Lautsprecher
  • LANG: Englisch

Steam Nutzer-Reviews

278 Produkte im Account
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1041 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.08.14 09:54
Schönes Detektivspiel im Bild für Bild Modus (es gibt also keine freie Bewegung, sondern Standbilder).
Es wird eine gruselige Stimmung erzeugt und die Sounds sind auch ganz gut gemacht.
Das Spurensammeln macht Spass und um den Fall zu lösen, brauch man schon etwas Intelligenz und Einfallsreichtum sowie ein gutes Gedächtnis.
Nichts für Leute die Action brauchen damit ein Game gut ist, eher für Leute die gerne mal ihr Hirn nutzen.

Hab ich beim Sale gekauft und hat jeden Euro wieder eingespielt.
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Verfasst: 08.12.20 21:51
Sehr spannendes Spiel...
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Verfasst: 26.12.19 22:29
Very convoluted solutions for many of the problems and puzzles in the game, aside from the time wasted guessing answers you'll also have to find contend with the annoyingly slow camera movement.
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Verfasst: 25.01.20 14:49
Souls!
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Verfasst: 04.04.16 03:34
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you fused Dark Fall and Silent Hill together? I'll tell you what happens: you get Lost Souls, the creepiest game by far in the Dark Fall series. What a game. What a finish.

Where do I even begin, since it's all great? I love the look of this game. You can tell Jonathan Boakes definitely had a bigger budget to play with since this game moves away from the Myst like feel, and more towards 360 degree surroundings, in which your character turns, sweeping the surroundings around him, instead of slide images. Time has not been kind to the Dowerton Station and Hotel. In Dark Fall 1, the train station is unsettling, but still just an empty, abandoned train station. In DF: LS, Dowerton has turned into a hell hole - a place where vandalism, illicit activity, and even satanic activity have become commonplace. The train station and hotel is beautifully rendered, yet is visually disturbing. This game does not bank on jump scares, though I was suprised a couple times. The scares come from knowing that you are exploring an evil place.

The story is fairly simple and very reminiscent of a Silent Hill kind of story. You are an Inspector who failed to apprehend the kidnapper/murderer of a young girl named Amy. She was last seen at the train station. Your guilt and shame lead you to return to the station and hopefully find her and bring about closure. As you explore, you meet other ghosts who for some reason or other are also trapped in the hotel. Because you are such a nice inspector, you help these lost souls find their way so they can move on. Each ghost you help gives you a key that will be useful. What I love about this section is that you are able to jump back in time to 1947, seeing the hotel at its peak. It makes returning to the present all the more horrifying as you see the decay of the place.

Just like the previous Dark Fall games, the use of sound is great. With visuals and sound creating an eerie, disturbing world, this is a game that would definitely be one to play in the dark with a good set of headphones.

So, good basic story, good visuals and sound, what about the puzzles? They are by far the easiest puzzles in the Dark Fall series. Yes, you will still read a lot and you will need to take notes, but I feel that the puzzles are a lot more intuitive than the previous games. There are three floors to the Hotel, and each one serves as a kind of level. The Train Station itself serves as a level. Within each level, there are puzzles that are meant for just that area. To me, that makes this game a lot easier, unlike Dark Fall: The Journal where you just jump in and have no idea what the first objective is.

Speaking of learning objectives, your character has a cell phone! Throughout the game, you will receive texts that will give hints to where you should go, and the next mission. It will also serve as filling in parts of the story.

This game was a fitting conclusion to the Dark Fall series. I enjoyed revisiting the Dowerton Station and Hotel. It has really made me curious and excited to look at other games made by Jonathan Boakes. If you like ghost stories, you owe it to yourself to try the Dark Fall series.

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Verfasst: 30.09.16 20:41
Coming from the first two Dark Fall games this one was a huge disappointment. I miss the ghost-hunting and the eerie historical Cornwall vibe I got from the previous games. Even though this takes place in the Station Hotel, it doesn't feel like the same setting as the first game.

Lost Souls relies way too heavily on boring, over-used tropes from the modern horror genre:

Creepy little girl? Check.
Scribbles on the walls? Check.
Old hospital paraphernalia? Check.
Scary dolls and mannequins? Check.
Random gore? Check.
Nonsensical jump scares? Check, check, check, and check.

Definitely play the first two Dark Fall games (and the Lost Crown games from the same dev), but I say pass on this one unless you get it at a huge discount.
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Verfasst: 08.02.17 17:03
3 attempts at game, 3 crashes within 5 mins of starting game :( gave up, was looking forward to game but looks like the game has other ideas.


Update:
Use Vista SP2 + Administraive compatibility settings, now past the crashes. Also created my own desktop shortcut as wil not open from within steam.

Still more crashes and sound loops :(

Now starting to get into the game, classic point and click old style game. Only let down once you are playing the game is there are no graphic/video settings so you have what you have.

If you like old style pojnt and click (easy) games then give this a try when on special price as long as you use compatibility settings for Windows 10.
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Verfasst: 21.08.14 17:22
6/10

A bit of a 'meh' game, really. If Steam had the option for a middle spot between recommend and don't recommend, I'd choose it. It had its moments, some of the puzzles were good and much of the story was okay as well, but nothing really shone. Some confusing UI. Some horrible voice acting (and some okay). Some cheesy horror aspects. No ability to skip repetitive dialog or animations. Quite linear, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but there are some obtuse prerequisites to move the story along at times. For instance, you're in a room, do everything you can...and move on. Explore some other area, do all you can...then get stuck. Well if you then go back to the first area, something will have changed for some reason...triggered by something else you did but for no apparent reason.

But overall, it just didn't grip me enough to make me want to work through things...or I would just assume something illogical was going on even if in the end it just might have just taken a little more scrutiny...but time I didn't feel like spending on it.

In the end, it was good enough that I at least was willing to finish it. I got it on a 75% Steam sale, so I can't complain. If you like horror/spooky and maybe have an interest in the occult, it might grip you more than it did me and you can overlook some of its flaws.
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Verfasst: 06.05.20 00:46
Couldn't get past the train station in the beginning because of a bug that wouldn't let met use the rotating handle and crank together.
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Verfasst: 01.04.12 00:51
I took a risk on this since it looked interest, but unfortunately it did not live up to what i hoped for. It is basically a point and click adventure where you have to mostly guess the answers or items to use.

It was interesting, but I quit after I got tired of looking at Walkthroughs each time I got stuck. The answers and locations of items were not logical, so I moved onto another game after 4 hours of playing.
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[h1]9/10[/h1]
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Verfasst: 29.12.17 02:04
Like its predecessors, The Journal and Lights Out, it is well executed, and it was intriguing to revisit the same locale as the first game, the Dowerton Hotel and Station, and see how they tied the stories together. The game is well executed and has some parts that are quite challenging.

That said, I enjoy mystery and suspense, but not horror. So while I really enjoyed the first two games, this third game tipped too far over to the horror side for me, I was too freaked out to get all the way through.

I would recommend this game only for those who enjoy the horror genre.
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