Leaving the library, we enter the first museum section. Flora, fauna and a cheeky little bird.

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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? So take some advice: never believe your eyes…

Forgotten Hill Disillusion, the 4th chapter of Forgotten Hill main story, 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.

With Forgotten Hill Disillusion you will:
explore more than 50 different locations in the 4 Museum sections: The Library, Flora and Fauna, Mysteries of the Abyss and Sculptural Art
challenge your brain by solving more than 60 original puzzles and riddles
meet new disturbing characters and help Mr. Larson in his search for the truth
submerge yourself in the grotesque Forgotten Hill atmosphere through our characteristics graphic style
follow the whole story with all text and dialogues translated into 9 languages
never get stuck: with our exclusive hint system a simple click will provide you some help
Will you solve the mystery and escape? But, above all, will you survive?

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37 thoughts on “Forgotten Hill Disillusion Part 2 | Flora & Fauna | PC Horror Puzzle Game

  1. Okay, going to be a bit of a downer here… I've been watching various videos about COPPA. Have you looked into that at all, and what it could mean to your channel? Kids love video games, and what you play is not child friendly. I'm just concerned how it could affect you, and this lovely little place we have here.

    As for the video, thank you for playing. Looking forward to the next part.

  2. Death's Head moths on the wallpaper, Audrey Jr., and intersecting dimensions–if this were a B&B I'd reserve a room. Watching you breeze through the puzzles is a thing of beauty, Chris.

  3. Hey CJU, thanks for your consistency in shedule and all this time you sacrifice for us!
    It would be really interesting to hear some kind of shedule from you, what you are planning to play in the near future or similar. Also some polls here and there or just a place to recommend some games to you in the community tab would be really appreciated!
    Also, any other way to support you! 🙂
    Membership, Patreon, Merch?
    Cheers, mate!

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