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Dark Fall: Lost Souls now found online for purchase

Dark Fall fans have been waiting quite a while for the third installment of the popular horror series, and for some that wait is now over. While the full retail release of Lost Souls is still a week away, the game is now available for purchase through digital distribution.

The latest adventure by Jonathan Boakes' Darkling Room sends players back to the haunted train station and hotel at Dowerton, first explored in Dark Fall: The Journal. The area has aged and suffered since you visited last, and is now more dangerous than ever, as this time you'll be stalked by the malicious Dark Fall itself as you strive to discover its true identity and the power behind it.

To herald the download release, publisher Iceberg Interactive has released the first teaser for Lost Souls: an ominous appeal for help in locating an 11 year old girl who was expelled from school for her "macabre drawings and an unhealthy interest in the dead". Now little Amy Haven has disappeared without a trace, and perhaps only you can help find her.

The downloadable version of Dark Fall: Lost Souls is available for now at The Adventure Shop and Impulse. The boxed version of the game is due to be released in the UK on December 11th.

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Latest comments (2 total)

I played it for 2 minutes didnt like it at all .
Everything is static ! You move with arrows down and up .

1.40GB i expected more then a static game .

Not for me .

Dec 4, 2009

Oh no, no difference. Just earlier. Smile

Dec 4, 2009

I’m so very excited about Lost Souls!!! I’ve been waiting for forever it seems. Thanks for letting us know about the digital distribution. I heard the release date had got pushed back, and I didn’t know they were also releasing it as a digital download.

There’s no difference between the two versions, is there? Besides, of course, how it gets to you.

Dec 4, 2009
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