DescriptionShivers 2: Harvest of Souls takes place in a deserted town named Cyclone in the southwest. You arrive to discover that your friends, the band Trip Cyclone, have mysteriously disappeared. Although, they left clues imbedded in their music videos for you decipher so that you may discover what happened to them, as well as the rest of the town.
The game is similar to the first Shivers in that it has the same first-person slideshow interface, but much has improved from the first. Now, you can rotate 360 degrees in your current position as well as have a full inventory instead only being able to hold one item like in the first game. The game also includes a puzzle editor and a feature in which you can chat with others while you play the game.
- "Shivers Dois: Cativeiro das Almas" -- Brazilian title
- "Harvest of Souls: Stadt der verfluchten Seelen" -- German title
- "Cyclone: La Cité des Âmes perdues" -- French title
Part of the Following Groups
|Spooky and challenging!||Jeanne (75358)|
|The immersive and classic Adventure game for hardcore puzzel-solving fans with an interesting story.||DarkTalon (132)|
|Privat Computer PC||1997||88 out of 100||88|
|Gamezilla||Aug 17, 2000||84 out of 100||84|
|Gameplay (Benelux)||Jun, 1997||84 out of 100||84|
|Power Play||Apr, 1997||72 out of 100||72|
|PC Player (Denmark)||1997||7 out of 10||70|
|Gamesmania.de||1997||65 out of 100||65|
|Adventure Classic Gaming||Sep 12, 1997||3 out of 5||60|
|PC Player (Germany)||May, 1997||60|
|PC Games (Germany)||May, 1997||58 out of 100||58|
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TriviaDespite having 2 completely different plots, settings, characters, etc., Shivers 2 does contain a small reference to the first game: in the library, you can find a book written by Hubert Windlenot, the professor from the original Shivers.
Related Web Sites
- Playing Shivers 2 in Windows XP (Inferno's page tells you how)
- Shivers 2 Hints (Hints to help you solve the many puzzles in Shivers 2)
- Zarf's Review (A review of Harvest of Souls by Andrew Plotkin (May, 2000).)