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Paper Dolls 2 纸人贰



“Paper Dolls 2” continues the game style of the “Paper Dolls Original” horror survival adventure. Yang Ming Yuan will continue his adventure in the high floor of Yin Mansion. Compared with “Paper Dolls Original”, “Paper Dolls 2” will have more grand scenes, more detailed plot animations, and more challenging gameplay. It may take about 10 hours for players who experience for the first time.

There are four difficulty mode in the game, among which the most advanced nightmare mode needs to be unlocked after the game is accomplished once, we hope you can get the highest rating on the nightmare difficulty mode.

Story
Yet again, Yang Mingyuan awakens from a nightmare with a start; gripped by an unshakable sense of terror. Upon closing his eyes, the same scene plays, as if projected upon the insides of his eyelids—a rotten old mansion, a gloomy hall of mourning, ethereal shadows, and eerie paper dolls. It plays repeatedly, relentlessly. He hears a voice calling him, a murmur urging him forth, and yet he cannot make out exactly what it says.
Yang Mingyuan watches the setting sun through the window, painting the sky red. He puts this all down to work stress and his other worries.
"Just take it one day at a time…", he tells himself.

He picks up his jacket and car keys, and tells his daughter to pack for the journey.
That's right, she's going back to her mother's place today.
About to close the door, he sees the box of medicine on the table and hesitates for a short moment.
"Those blasted dreams must be some side effect of the medicine. "I'll toss the whole lot out, and get myself a new doctor!", he decides, before slamming the door shut.

As the highway lights fade into streaks as they speed by, the light starts to dazzle him, and that's when the familiar voice returns.
His daughter seems to be saying something, but even sat right beside him, he can't hear a thing: it's as if they were miles apart.
What… What do you want!? Out with it!", he roars hysterically.
Dimly ahead there's a light flashing, and a loud bang follows, and then utter silence…

"This is…" When Yang Mingyuan comes to, he finds himself at an old and abandoned mansion. It is familiar yet alien to him, like a half-forgotten dream. The faint call of his daughter pulls him out of his daze, and he manages to rise up, albeit with considerable effort. He follows her voice into the deep darkness. What secrets do the mysteries within hold? The truth shall be unraveled, one piece at a time…



The Old Yin Mansion
In Beijing's western suburbs lies a mansion upon a wooded mountain. At the end of the Qing dynasty it belonged to the Yin family; the master of which was born into aristocracy, attaining great success as a youth and was highly valued by the imperial court. Leading an army, he pacified the lands far and wide, and would later marry a woman of similar social standing. Yet, their good fortune was to be short lived. When power over the imperial court shifted, Master Yin fell into a deep depression, and decided to live in seclusion.

Thus, he chose a patch of land with suitable feng shui, with both mountains and rivers, and built his mansion. The only ones accompanying him were his personal attendants and two disciples. One of which was the erudite scholar Mr. Liu, the other Zhao, an expert painter. While his life was markedly more lonely than before, it was peaceful. Master Yin had wanted a son for many long years, and finally, the Mistress became pregnant. Yet, this created ripples much like a stone upon a still pond. Terrible rumors were spread, stirring the hearts of those in the mansion, and a series of tragedies came to pass…

A heavy rainstorm fell upon the land, continuing for several months. Having cleared up, the mansion had simply disappeared from existence, its inhabitants vanishing from memory, together with their secrets…

GAMEPLAY
A first-person horror adventure game. Players must explore the gloomy ancient mansion and discover the unknown secrets behind the story.FEATURE
Explore
Search for your daughter in a gloomy Chinese mansion of the Qing dynasty, experience this terrifying journey of thrills and confusion.

Adventure
The path to his daughter is riddled with obstacles: how will you help him avoid, shake off, and defeat the many lost souls of the dead? As the story unravels, the truth gradually comes into light.

Survival
Those who die with unfinished business turn into restless spirits. For some reason, this manor is home to many such spirits and a single misstep may lead you into death's cold embrace.

Puzzles
Yet, the spirits of the dead are not your only worries. As terror looms in every corner, you must attempt to remain calm and solve the mysteries within. By piecing together what happened there, you will gain the knowledge required to open a gate—a gate that has been sealed shut for a hundred years.

Collect
Find all of the messages and information, discover the horrible truth of this hundred-year-old mansion.



Please note: The sound is an important basis for storyline and foreseeing hazards. Please wear headphone and start the game.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

A tense, beautifully atmospheric horror set within an ancient Chinese manor house, Paper Dolls 2 places us in our protagonist's unenviable shoes as he wakes up, magical dagger in hand, alone and lost, trying to find a way out and make sense of his terrifying predicament.
Right off the bat you'll start having to figure out out puzzles and manage resources, while navigating the dark and foreboding halls of this ominous but still beautiful manor. You'll discover journals, ancient ritual texts and overhear distant memories of previous occupants, all the while trying to avoid the frightening denizens, once residents, who met various disturbing ends and now haunt the house.
The atmosphere is easily the best thing about Paper Dolls 2. The dimly-lit corridors, eerie rooms of the previous owners, creaking wooden floors and the absence of clearly indicated objectives reinforce the tension masterfully. You'll be creeping around corners, and hastily skimming documents for clues, when the sound of footsteps out in the hallway will send you to the nearest closet more often than you'd like.
And speaking of clues, the absence of proper translation here and there, while definitely giving the game a unique feeling, will also cause some serious frustration when attempting certain puzzles. Deciphering Chinese characters in mouldy pages while trying to connect their relevance to a puzzle will either be an exciting challenge or a recipe for a headache, depending on how you like puzzles. I enjoyed the difficulty for the most part, and it definitely added to the tension, although I had to look up the translation for the compass tool, since it plays such a big part in the gameplay.
The gameplay, or what essentially amounts to avoiding ghosts, with occasional conflict and the odd chase scene, is not anything special. It feels a bit clunky and can be annoying, especially with how easy you die. But since the game isn't that long, it's an acceptable trade-off, since combat is not encouraged. And when you get to shoot that ancient Chinese blunderbuss after a successful counter, it's a blast!
The story is quite dense, but by paying attention to dialogue and finding journals or clues, it fills in an interesting and tragic tale that fits the creepy setting. By leaving the dialogue in Chinese, coupled with the authentic feeling of the manor and all the notes and items you'll encounter, Paper Dolls 2 has a real, genuine sense of its identity: scary, absorbing and over too soon!