Looking to download True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 for PC? In this quick tutorial guide, we’ll show you how you can get started playing this horror escape game on your desktop computer with the assistance of an android emulator.
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2
True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is the sequel to Part 1, which is generally known as one of the best hidden object games out there for mobile. (Part 3 is on its way soon)
You’ll return to the world inhabited by Holly Stonehouse. She has to explore the Dark Falls Asylum, which comes alive at night. Collect clues, review notes and pictures, unlock clever puzzles, and help Holly escape, while also finding the answers to her most burning questions about her life and her family.
- a large and open world to explore
- map to guide you
- more than 40 puzzles to solve
- 10 minutes of cut scenes
- 14 hidden character figurines to find
- 30 achievements to unlock
- and more…
Users are loving this game, rating it overwhelmingly with 5 stars in the Google Play Store.
Technically, it appears that the game is free to download and install, but what you are getting is the free demo, and you’ll need to pay a few dollars to get access to all of the features. Players report that it was worth it to upgrade and get the full game.
Playing True Fear for Windows PC
To get started playing an android game on your desktop computer when there is not yet a PC version available, you need to download and install an android emulator.
If you are planning on upgrading True Fear, we recommend that you wait to do so until you have your emulator installed on your desktop computer so that you can avoid paying for the game twice (one per device).
There are many options for emulators available on the internet. You can try out the various options or look into our recommended emulator, which is Bluestacks. Bluestacks is free to use and easy to set up, which is why we recommend it.
To get started, all you need to do is download and install Bluestacks, and then get your game, either through Bluestacks or through Play Store (or third party source).
Once you have both of these elements, you are ready to go.
Have you tried any of the True Fear offerings? Did you think they were scary? Let us know what you think of the games in the comments section below.