Tenebra 2 - An enjoyable game by Haplo arrives on the MSX/ZX Spectrum

We've recently been contacted by Saberman in our inbox, that the atmospheric game of Tenebra 2 by Haplo, which was originally released for the C64, Plus/4, and then the Commodore Amiga , has now got an official MSX and ZX Spectrum sequel of  'Tenebra 2'. As in the words of the creator "This is a direct sequel to my popular game Tenebra, with many exciting new game play elements, including a portal gun!". To coincide with this news, if this sounds like your sort of game make sure to check out the latest video provided below.

Here's the latest from the website. "Similar to its prequel, Tenebra 2 is an atmospheric puzzle game with rogue-like aesthetics. . Guide the hapless protagonist to the exit. Poor guy is afraid of darkness and refuses to walk in the dark areas. Tenebra 2 contains 35 levels and works on both PAL and NTSC machines. The Amiga version however which was released in June comes in two flavours; the classic 8-bit looks (non-interlaced) and the enhanced looks (interlaced). The enhanced interlaced mode is not recommended on Amiga 500/Amiga 600".

Links :1) Source 2) MSX Version 3)Play Online


  1. The blinking of the surroundings from the lantern light is nice.

  2. Has anyone found the Tenebra 2 download file for MSX?


All comments are moderated! Constructive criticism allowed, but abusive comments will be removed and you will be IP banned! Banned users will not show up in my comment feed, you will be gone for good as will all of your posts! - Play nice and enjoy IndieRetroNews!