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Dark Fall: Ghost Vigil

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The aim is to prove the existence of 'ghosts' through paranormal experiments. The venue is Harwood House, boasting a disturbing history, waiting to be experienced, by you. We, The Oxford Paranormal Group, believe the building is haunted, not by a single unknown entity, but several. The O.P.G have placed several remote live cameras and experiments throughout the building. Harwood House is now empty as it has been for 4 decades, but you can be the eyes in the dark... watching... waiting. Discover what happened. The house was built in 1747, as a country home for Lord Harwood, his wife and young son, Edgar. The Harwood estate was modest, stretching to a few dark wooded hills, deep in the Oxfordshire countryside. A tragedy occurred, in 1749, when Lord Harwood lost his son to scarlet fever. A mixed history then befell Harwood House; it was passed from one owner to another in quick succession. It would appear no-one wanted to stay, for long. In later years the house became a hotel, a maternity hospital and eventually, in 1968, a children's home known as Shangri La.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

A good point-n-click horror game. Enjoyed the ghost hunting portions and voice acting.

Review from Steam

Man what a game! Darkling Room have always had a knack for creating a gripping, eerie atmosphere and they absolutely nailed it once again. Jumpscare-less supernatural point n' click games are hard to come by these days and Ghost Vigil is a true shining gem. Esthetically pleasing visuals, easy intuitive controls, nerve-racking story, puzzles of varying difficulty - what else could a fella want? Ghost Vigil is a very smooth ride which I recommend to all point n' click fans!

Review from Steam

Despite the subpar VO, it was quite enjoyable. There was surprising depth to this game with some intricate puzzles. It was also a lot longer than I had anticipated!
If you like puzzles, ghost hunting & a decent point and click adventure that looks pretty good for the time, I recommend this.
Just remember to tell Steve to bugger off ;)

Review from Steam

pretty fun, can get stuck in a coupleplaces tho

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