Forgotten Hill: Disillusion is a cleverly crafted point and click puzzle adventure with lots of interesting lore to unearth as you explore a creepy old museum in a town where bad things happen.
Currently in development by FM Studio, Forgotten Hill: Disillusion is the fourth main installment of the Forgotten Hill franchise and takes place a year after you escaped in the last one. Your character is still traumatised by the events though and has returned to Forgotten Hill in search of answers – where better place to start than the Forgotten Hill Museum and Library?
The demo build of Forgotten Hill: Disillusion takes around 30 minutes to an hour to play through and sees you searching for clues and solving puzzles as you explore the Historical Library section of the building. There’s also lots of interesting lore to find that helps flesh out the world of Forgotten Hill and the people within it (some of which you’ll remember from previous games).
It’s a very promising game that impresses with its inventive and logical puzzles, excellent artwork, a rich lore, an eerie atmosphere and lots of great little details and secrets to discover (particularly once you’ve unlocked the camera). A creepy and cerebral museum adventure you won’t regret paying a visit to. Highly recommended.