Feel what it's truly like to be alone in the dark with this low-res, high-suspense point-and-click horror adventure, winner of multiple Best Games of the Year awards. Set in Victorian England, when Jeremiah Devitt receives a letter from his old schoolmate Anthony Beechworth with a hidden, cryptic message, he knows something is wrong. His journey to an abandoned manor is only the beginning as he starts to remember a long-buried secret from his youth, discovering things man was not meant to know, and opening doors that should have remained closed…
The Last Door: Collector’s Edition contains four terrifying episodes of occult and otherworldly horror inviting you to investigate Victorian England's deepest, darkest secret. Featuring new scenes and puzzles, enhanced graphics, unlockable bonuses, and remastered sound. Explore ancient manors, decaying tenements, and twisting underground warrens with little but a lamp and magnifying glass to guide you. Dare you open The Last Door: Collector's Edition?
Award-winning point-and-click horror adventure set in Victorian England
Features exclusive new locations, scenes, puzzles, stories, and more
Upgrades include enhanced graphics and remastered sound
Four critically-acclaimed scenarios, one limited-edition set
Unlock new extras and bonus content
Haunting, original musical score by Carlos Viola
Inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft
- Fixed a critical bug causing crashes in the game.
Ratings and Reviews
The first time I tried this game, I didn't like it. Then I gave it another chance and this time, with a more open mind, I enjoyed it. The pixel art definitely took some getting used to and the slow movement was frustrating at times (I took off a point for this), but once I settled in, I found it to be a good game with a fun atmosphere (spooky but not too horrific - the pixel art keeps it light), and definitely entertaining with puzzles that were fun to solve. Now I'm off to buy the next chapters after reading a review that said the slow movement had been addressed. It might not be in my top five (Gabriel Knight from the same developers is better) but it's definitely worth playing.
Update: I paid the $3.99 and got the other chapters. The game just kept getting better and better! All in all, a very good and satisfying game.
The beginning of this game made me hate it 100%. It starts with you gathering a rope and chair and fixing everything for a suicide. Then you take your character, put him on the chair, and watch him dangle until his arms fall to his sides. I don’t care what quality the image is or if it is just some pixel character, this is not acceptable anytime or anywhere.
This is not what I expected and even just watching would have been better than actively being a part in it. I’m severely disappointed and this game now repulses me.
A great game!
I honestly love this game so much. The graphics and the music are probably what I like the most about it, as they're very beautiful. I was wary about spending money because I try to avoid doing that on apps, but it was definitely worth the money.
- Phoenix Online Studios LLC
- 211.3 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © The Game Kitchen, Phoenix Online Publishing
- In-App Purchases
- The Last Door: Collector's Edition Full Access $3.99
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