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Forgotten Hill Mementoes

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Collect snippets of Forgotten Hill memory going through the stories of its most mysterious residents.
Together with an ancient spirit you'll face a dark journey in the past to discover new disturbing mysteries. Can you survive?Forgotten Hill Mementoes Main Features
  • 5 different chapters set inside Forgotten Hill memory, including the newest part - "Mischief Night"
  • attractive graphics that will completely involve you in the story
  • grotesque characters and a long compelling story
  • tons of puzzles and riddles to test your brain skills
  • all text and dialogues translated in 9 languages: english, spanish, portoguese, french, italian, german, russian, chinese and korean
  • our new exclusive hint system, if you are stuck a simple click will provide you some help
  • tons of achievements: can you find all of them?
Release date
FM Studio
FM Studio
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OS X 10.5 or later
  • Processor: 1 Ghz Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 100 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® 7 or later
  • Processor: 1 Ghz Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Let's start
Start your journey through memory
Killed by a zombie
Be killed by a zombie woman
Strange Mutations
Use potions to create new mutations
Machine activated
Activate the machine
Good Night
This bed is so confortable...
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Forgotten Hill Mementoes reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
A game that eyeing on the point and click side because of the search for objects to use in the right places, but especially focused on solving puzzles that allow to elucidate others, a little in the way of Russian dolls. If the puzzles proposed are often of a disconcerting ease, some are more tenacious, even if often the solution is visible, not very far, in the decorations, or lead inseparably to the resolution of the next: basically, solved Riddle equals cache secrets and objects (often keys to access other pieces) in order to continue the story. If the scenario is a little more sketched than in "Apocalipsis" (see previous post), we follow stories that have taken place in different places and houses and they will join thereafter. To know that some puzzles only resolve afterwards, failing to possess the necessary elements. Besides the really derisory price (less than 2 euros), a particular design and a French version subtitled (few texts), I recommend this game but beware, sensitive souls, it is especially "Gore" with a lot of hemoglobin. Not a hyper-game but we have for his money and I did not bother... now to see for each player!!!
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Forgotten Hill is a Puzzle Game in the Horror Garb. I would classify the Degree of difficulty to be easy, because these are mainly logic puzzles, i.e. you have to enter Lock Combinations that have been hidden behind Symbols again and again and only the appropriate Clue has to be found to these Symbols To be able to decipher. Often you will find a Note That you enter 1:1. That doesn't mean the Game can't be demanding, though. Concentration is generally demanded, because you can also Misinterpret References. But What Makes life easier, Forgotten Hill is usually limiting the Environment you can search. Not Aimless Wandering Around, as in other Genre representatives. The Information system has also been properly successful. If you Press the question mark icon, the solution comes first to the Puzzle. First of all, there is only a Tip about what you have to focus on by displaying every important Place where a Puzzle is still unsolved and whether you can solve it at this Time or whether you could not yet experience what Is necessary. No classic "Search for the Pixel, which then turns out to be an Object" Problem a la Monkey Island anymore. All these are Just Facilitations that make the Game easier, but they definitely take away the unnecessary Frustration, which unfortunately already seems to be typical. The Game is additionally Enhanced by its Action. It is a Collection of interesting Short Stories that have the Place "Forgotten Hill" as a setting. There are obscure and morbid things going on all the time. You shouldn't expect a profound Narrative, but I found that the grotesque-looking Graphic Style Coupled with the Horror Story excerpts created a really gelow-gloomy atmosphere that accompanies you from Start to Finish. Only Downer; The German Translation contains a lot of Errors. None by which one does not understand the Meaning, but read through it twice, was often necessary for me. Verdict: All in all, a delightfully creepy Puzzle fun. Have Fun!!!
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