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Forbidden Forest (Windows)

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Return to the Forbidden Forest in this update of the classic Commodore 64 game. Experience the terrors and thrills of the Forest in 3D action. Divided into 100 levels, your job is to explore the forest, collect coins and power-ups, and destroy killer bees, giant snakes, zombies and more. You can choose to explore the forest in the Summer or Winter and both seasons feature realistic weather and night and day effects.


Forbidden Forest Windows The draw distance is pretty decent in this game.
Forbidden Forest Windows More dancing. This display of vivacity occurs after every few 'missions' (waves of bad guys) and also means that you can save the game.
Forbidden Forest Windows Killed by a frog. Oh, the indignity!
Forbidden Forest Windows Welcome to the Forest

Alternate Titles

  • "Forbidden Forest III: The Adventure Continues" -- Informal Name

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What's this game rated? The cover says T (for Teen) but the CD says E (for Everyone)! According to, the game is rated T for Animated Blood, Animated Violence.


The goal of this game is to collect 100 gold coins. These coins are floating around the forest and, as they spin around, you can see Paul Norman's name on their reverse side. Paul Norman was the man behind the original Forbidden Forest.
Terrence Bosky (5234) added Forbidden Forest (Windows) on Mar 31, 2004