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Zaphie 2 (Windows)

Zaphie 2 Windows Title screen

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Description

Ten years have passed since the events described in the previous game. Zaphie Cronin is released from the mental hospital, but his visions continue to persecute him. People's faces turn into horrifying demonic images, as if death itself were sending messages to him. Following a car accident, the young man finds himself on a mountain road, near a strange town called Saintless. Exploring the town and meeting its inhabitants, the hero begins to doubt his own sanity once again.

Zaphie 2 is a Korean-made horror adventure game. It differs from its predecessor in several aspects: instead of Myst-style visuals and navigation the game uses full 3D graphics for character models and environments with fixed camera angles and character-related movement, making it visually very similar to Silent Hill. Further common point is the increase of survival elements: the hero must find medicines and use them regularly in order to stay sane, while his condition can be worsened through various factors. However, unlike Silent Hill games, action elements are kept to the minimum, and the game feels much more like a pure adventure, with item-collecting and light puzzle-solving elements.

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Zaphie 2 Windows Bloody loading screen
Zaphie 2 Windows You decide that you won't be staying in this motel, after all
Zaphie 2 Windows Safe combination puzzle
Zaphie 2 Windows Creepy children's room

Alternate Titles

  • "제피 2" -- Korean spelling

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אולג 小奥 (171813) added Zaphie 2 (Windows) on Jul 01, 2012