The Last Door: Collector's Ed is free to try for the first chapter and then has a single in app purchase that unlocks the full game for $3.99.
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…
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Pro Intuitive puzzles
While not being too easy the puzzles in The Last Door remain challenging enough.
Pro Fantastic pixel grapics
Pixel graphics at times seems like the easy/lazy choice as many feel they are easy to do, luckily The Last Door uses them in such a detailed manner that the game shows a large amount of polish and attention to detail.
Con Needed items can blend into background
Sometimes the items a player needs to progress seem hidden as they blend in to the background too much.
Con Letterboxed on sides
The Last Door is a 4:3 game which means there are black bars on both sides of the game.