forgotten hill disillusion xbox

Back at it again are mega indie publishers Ratalaika Games, and this time around they are treating us to a first person point and clicker, with an incredibly disturbing premise. Forgotten Hill Disillusion is a horror in every definition of the word, and whilst it may be one for Silent Hill fans, this certainly isn’t one for the faint-hearted.

Now available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch consoles, Forgotten Hill Disillusion challenges you to survive the eerie Forgotten Hill Museum, and in doing so discover the secrets of the town in which it resides. 

In between shuddering at some of the truly creepy characters that the museum hosts, you will be taking on dozens of puzzles and riddles in typical point and click fashion. If you are stuck, Forgotten Hill Disillusion boasts a handy hint system to help you on your way.

Further features of this release include:

  • 60 original puzzles and riddles
  • Exclusive hint system
  • Grotesque Forgotten Hill atmosphere
  • Translation in 9 languages

If you are brave enough to take on the Forgotten Hill Museum for yourself, then all you need to do is pay an entry fee of £4.99 at the door of the Xbox Store. That is if you are on Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One, of course, with Smart Delivery included. 

Cross-buy is also available for PS5 and PS4 users, whilst those on Switch can also find the game ready to play.

Stay tuned for that review.

Game Description:

Welcome to Forgotten Hill Museum, a place where the past, the present, nature, art and the unknown are exhibited! Do you want to have the best experience of this visit? If so take some advice: never believe your eyes. Forgotten Hill Disillusion is a first-person point and click game with a horror and grotesque atmosphere, focused on solving puzzles and riddles in order to discover the secrets of the disturbing town of Forgotten Hill. Will you solve the mystery and escape? But, above all, will you survive?

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