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Forgotten Hill Disillusion: The LibraryWould you like to enter a world where the past, the present, nature, art and the unknown are exhibited? Visit Forgotten Hill Museum!

Forgotten Hill by FMstudios, a first-person point and click horror series centered on discovering the secrets of a disturbing town, debuts its fourth main installment. Forgotten Hill Disillusion: The Library is the first and free-to-play part of this chapter, succeeded by "Flora and Fauna," "Mysteries of the Abyss," and "Sculptural Art" (available for purchase on Steam).


We continue the saga of Mr. Larson as he continues his quest for the truth, returning to the cursed place where reality exceeds nightmares. As he digs deep into the past of Forgotten Hill, Mr. Larson meets disturbing new characters and experiences unusual incidents along the way.

As those familiar with the series will know, taking any action in Forgotten Hill is a convoluted process. Some of the puzzles are on the difficult side, and a few of them are interlinked (one puzzle must be solved in order to solve another one). An additional challenging element is having so many viable actions to take and locations to take them, resulting in possible backtracking and more time required for first-time players.

Forgotten Hill Disillusion: The Libraryis an intriguing debut to a fascinating chapter, revealing more about the background of FH and thrusting us deeper into this rich yet grotesque world.

Will you solve the mystery and escape? But above all, will you survive?

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