The Last Door: Season 2 Crack/Patch

The Last Door: Season 2 In Season 2 of The Last Door, the search for his missing client will bring psychiatrist John Wakefield deeper into a conspiracy of darkness and closer to the heart of madness than ever before.

Download The Last Door: Season 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
Downloads 804
Genre Adventure, Point-and-Click
Company / Developer
Phoenix Online Publishing / The Game Kitchen

The Last Door: Season 2 reviews ( 4 )

VONMANTOV, Feb 23, 2017

Very good game!...the 8 bit graphics gives the game a certain magic. Very good sound and music the story it's great. i recommend to play the season 1 first...Congratulations to the developers for the great atmosphere created

Nataraja, Jul 31, 2016

This game is an incredibly well written narrative experience. The soundtrack is superb as is the writing and game play. What truly holds it back is the very poor design decision to make it super low 8 bit graphics. I really think this interfered with immersion. Pixel art is fine and had this been done in the resolution of say the Blackwell series it would have been much better. Regardless, if you enjoy old style horror such as HP Lovecraft or Edgar Allen Poe then you owe it to yourself to purchase and play this incredible gem.

RagingPoet, Feb 12, 2018

Season 2 of the Last Door is pretty much the same as season 1. It continues the story with different protagonist but nothing else really changes. So if you liked 1st season then you will like this one too and visa versa,

malcolmm, Sep 5, 2016

I can't recall assigning a game such a low score before. I usually ignore the really low scores because usually the reviewer didn't like one aspect of the game (e.g. no redefinable keys) and gave the game a 0. Because the reviews of this game are very positive I gave this game more time than I think it deserves. I still doesn't deserve a score of 0, it did run and I didn't find any bugs but that is all I can say that is positive about it. I tried to like it. I ignored the graphics, which are so bad they hinder gameplay. I don't mind the lack of voice acting. Not having played the first season the story didn't make much sense - more bizarre than interesting. What is left - the puzzles. There aren't many puzzles and when I got stuck it was because I hadn't done enough blob hunting (low resolution version of pixel hunting) or I didn't walk on the correct section of the floor.