There’s no doubt that with the month of October upon us interest goes up in games that are a bit on the darker and spookier side. Obviously, based on the game’s name, Creepy Tale 2 is here to capitalize on that sort of interest having been released when it was. In terms of living up to expectations though? Not so much? There are a few more threatening things you’ll encounter and situations you’ll work through but the majority of your point-and-click adventure tends to be concerned with far more mundane things like hunting and pecking for the specific item or interaction that will allow you to try to keep the slogging pace of the game moving. If you were a fan of the original or enjoy simpler indie adventures it may have some appeal, but it unfortunately lacks in things to excitedly share about.
Justin Nation, Score: