Installer included for installing this game on newer operating systems.
Developed by: Sierra On-Line - Sierra On-Line (1997) - First-Person Graphic Adventure - Rated: Teen
You've arrived in the little desert town of Cyclone, Arizona. A scenic, if not claustrophobic, locale tucked away in an oddly
situated place called Devil's Mouth Canyon that seems untouched by time. You're here to meet up with your friends who make up
the band Trip Cyclone.
Unfortunately, they're missing. While exploring the town looking for them, you stumble across clues that seem to indicate they've
managed to find someone willing to back the band in its goal to make rock videos. But like everything else in the town, this
"someone" is elusive. The more you search for the backer and try to track your friends, the deeper you get into the mystery
The task is daunting. Through the use of dynamic puzzles that change from game to game and an innovative twist on the ancient
Native-American ceremonies involving Kachina masks, bahos sticks and petroglyphs, you'll have your hands full as you try to hang
onto your life long enough to figure it all out.
Shivers Two: Harvest of Souls is a graphical first-person adventure with a soundtrack by the band Trip Cyclone, challenging
gameplay and better than average puzzles.
Plot: The game starts with the player checking into a hotel. Upon entering the hotel, the player is greeted by a rather unfriendly
clerk who hands them message that reads: 'I have your friends, only a warrior can free them.' Then the player walks into a room,
sets down their bags and goes to bed. Once the player drifts to sleep, they have a strange dream involving a car wreck and a dead
body. Once awake, the player is free to explore the town. At this point the player should go to the hotel office where they will
find a jack in the box. If the player rings the bell the jack in the box will open. It will be holding a stick with a ribbon tied around
it. the jack in the box tells them that it is a Bahos and they will need to collect 12 of them if they want to save their friends. After
this point the game becomes nonlinear and the player is free to explore the town. As the player goes about the town, they will
find it is deserted. Everyone is gone, and you are alone.
Jewel Case and Art only, CD's have some small scratches