A downloadable game for Windows

Welcome to Falling Dark 2: Relapse.

"The year is 2000. The tech-driven corporate culture of America is working on never-before seen levels of production and influence. But while the cores of the city burn brighter than ever, threads continue to loosen at the seams. 

Busy streets strain under the weight of a strong gubernatorial race, steeped in controversy. Displaced underground communities turn to violent fetishes, soaked in blood. And of all things, the trail of a serial killer hangs in the night air. The coverage of which never seems to leave the mouth of the 24 hour news cycle. 

In the midst of all this, is Taylor. An ex-con, an occasional detective, a modern gunfighter, and a parent. 

But Taylor is an analog soul, in an increasingly digital world..."

Falling Dark 2: Relapse is a point and click adventure game with RPG elements, featuring:

• Branching narrative paths based on choices and skills. 

• A smooth blend of 'Point and Click' puzzle solving and combat. 

• Dozens of hidden side-quests and encounters. 

• And a rich original soundtrack, fusing metal and jazz.

This game is not rated by the ESRB, but if it were, it would be a hard M. 

You've been warned.

Falling Dark 2: Relapse is also completely free, and always will be. However, if you enjoy the game and would like to help support its development, and the development of future Thinking of Cremation? games, you can purchase its awesome soundtrack here:

Falling Dark 2: Relapse OST-   https://thinkingofcremation.bandcamp.com/album/falling-dark-2-original-soundtrac...

Cheers, and good luck out in the streets, 



Falling Dark 2 v1.04.zip 567 MB

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love it

I’ve been waiting for a game like Falling Dark 2 for a while; it’s an adult point-and-click, sophisticatedly provocative and edgy, with interesting characters, romance, and you get to wield multiple guns- and use them often.

The game had a rare combination of playful and daring art, expressive and gritty music, strung together with energetic and fresh narratives. Though I wasn’t very good at building my Taylor’s skill trees, I appreciated the opportunity to mold my talents by making decisions throughout the game.

Overall, I had a really fun time playing Falling Dark 2, and recommend it as a “grownup game” that lets you explore a unique range of ideas, choices, and emotions in Y2k.