The Journey Down: Chapter Two for PC
PC - Windows, Mac, Linux

The Journey Down: Chapter Two

Aug 25, 2014
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About this game

Developer: SkyGoblin
Content Rating: Teen


Far below the noisy metropolis of St. Armando, Bwana follows in the footsteps of his lost father together with Kito and Lina. In their search for the mysterious Underland, they discover a dark conspiracy shrouding the fate of Captain Kaonandodo. In the second chapter, the plot thickens as our heroes plunge down into the mist below the Edge and wind up in the foggy and treacherous town of Port Artue where they find themselves cornered by pirates and on the run from the law.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP SP 2+, Windows Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X 9.0c compatible video card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1200 MB available space

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
Jamie Parry-BruceSep 28, 2017
Sure, there are a few flaws here and there but for anyone who grew up on the classics from Sierra and Lucasarts, who cut their teeth on Beneath a Steel Sky or Broken Sword, or anyone who is, just now, discovering a love of graphical adventure games, The Journey Down presents the perfect opportunity to see just how fans, like you, can take what they’ve learned from games they love and turn them into a shining example of what this genre can offer.
Chris J CapelAug 27, 2014
Nevertheless despite these issues I still found myself enjoying The Journey Down: Chapter Two a lot as it is just a fun, charming adventure that gets the LucasArts spirit pretty darn right. The puzzles could be tougher, it needs a few more modern genre staples like a hint system, it bears more than a little similarity to Grim Fandango’s Year 2 and it often promises things (like certain interesting locations or the ability to call any phone you want) that it just can’t keep.
Fraser BrownAug 29, 2014
The Journey Down: Chapter Two was worth the two year wait. It’s comfortingly traditional if you pine for the old days, but not laden down with overly elaborate multi-layered puzzles that’ll keep you bashing your head against the wall for hours. It’s an adventure game for the times where you want to just relax, and maybe feel a little cleverer than you really are. Here’s to hoping we’re not looking at another long wait for the finale.