Dark Fall: The Journal Crack & Serial Number

Dark Fall: The Journal Returning from work you listen to a frightened and cryptic voice message from your brother, a talented architect redeveloping the old Dowerton station in Dorset, England. Boarding a train to meet him, you travel to Dowerton alone, wondering what adventure you may be embarking on... When you arrive, the train is empty and the station is deserted. You begin to explore - the train tunnels, the station, the adjoining hotel, and the grounds - and discover that although no one is there, you are not alone. Finding artifacts, ancient documents and a valuable journal, you realize that the area holds a history of disappearances and hauntings dating back centuries. [DreamCatcher Interactive]
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 70 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1482
Genre Adventure, 3D, First-Person, Modern
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
The Adventure Company / XXV Productions
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Dark Fall: The Journal reviews ( 3 )

TactualNick, Feb 28, 2014

This game was truly a masterpiece to my 15 year old brain when I first played it almost a decade ago. The atmosphere alone was one that chilled me to the bone. But the secrets that I uncovered as I made my way through the abandoned train station really just made me constantly want to find out more about what had happened here. Really great game.

gennaroRonnega, Jan 6, 2018

One of the best adventure games I have ever played. You solve a mistery in an abandoned train station, hotel and sorroundings. It's creepy but not scary. Very good narrative, a lot of charachters you have to find out about. You explore, find clues of what happened, solve puzzles, a little detective mistery story.

BradG., Apr 20, 2005

Really... well... lame. Sorry, but this is nothing but a jumble of good ideas wrapped into laughingly lame package. I love a good avdenture game but this is not it. The sound is the real let down. The lack of consistant ambient effects and the harsh cutoffs at the end of each "creepy" sound bit are a joke. The imaginative environments are destroyed by grainy 640x480 renders and the whole mess starts to get really repeditive. The voice acting is solid and the puzzles are quite unique but neither make this game enjoyable. If you want an atmospheric adventure game that will leave its mark on you, pick up Myst Uru: The Complete Chronicles. Dark Fall was made by one person and it really shows. It may have made a good freeware title in the late 90's but its honestly a joke as a "boxed and shelved" product, even at $19.99 or so.