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The Hidden Mystery Collectives Vol 1: Haunted Hotel and Haunted Hotel 2 Believe the Lies (PC CD)
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- Includes Haunted Hotel 1 and 2
- Search for hidden objects
- Rooms packed with mystery
- Solve mysterious disappearances
- Fiendish puzzles and mini-games
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Haunted Hotel 1 Survive the Night... After crashing his car on the side of the road, a bewildered traveller finds himself checking in to the Haunted Hotel! Explore frightful floors full of spooky rooms in a thrilling adventure full of mysterious mini-games, in-room bonuses and addictive hidden object game play. Search for hidden objects Rooms packed with mystery
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The first game is extremely repetitive. Lots of hidden objects to find, lots of revisiting the same 'rooms' (not that you have to do this yourself, you're taken there by a tedious - but thankfully short) animated lift, and a small number of repetitively used mini games. The animation is not good. There is a timer, so you can compete with other players for high scores. If you can be bothered with playing this again.
The second game has lots more animation, and you're forced to sit through some long-winded descriptions and a few badly animated cut scenes, as well as the end credit sequence. There's no repetition here as you don't return to the same 'room scene' ever. There are a couple of slightly more complicated mini games between 'levels'. There's no high score list.
The two games are definitely on the easy side of Hidden Object Games. Usually I don't see this as necessarily a bad thing: I wouldn't recommend them to anyone who has played Ravenshurst and its successors, but easier HOGs can be a good starting ground for children/beginners. However, in the case of these 2 games the grammar and vocabulary leave much to be desired - at times the items you're asked to search for have been wrongly labelled by the developers... which can make using these quite a frustrating experience.
Possibly one of the worst games I've played.
The HO drawings are well below par and some parts are bleached out with the effect of `daylight' through the window which makes items even more unclear.
Having to play childish `power up' games in between each `floor' and other silly games if you don't catch enough `power' is irritating beyond belief.
I just skipped the written pages that popped up - presumably they're supplied to provide a welcome respite to your eyes from the visually uncomfortable HO pictures.
The music is also a little boring and presume that is why odds bumps and creaks are sounded randomly - in order to keep you awake.
This is also a timed game with limited hints so if you do decide to waste your time and money on it then be sure to try and stay awake. You've been warned!
Haunted Hotel II
Way better than the 1st game.
Pictures are 100% better and clearer. There is no timer so you can take as long as you want to look for items (and you'll need it) or just to stare at the screen and enjoy the penmanship. Some of the items are extremely small and/or well hidden. With time, not to mention very good eyesight, most items can eventually be found. A lot of the items are to scale, such as spiders or flies, so it is very difficult to find them. Also the look of items is not generic i.e. an umbrella in one scene could be a partially opened ladies brolly and in another scene it could be a folded gent's brolly. The list of items to locate is rolling and it won't let you collect items not yet shown so you will probably have to revisit previous attempted selections until everything is found.
There are only 5 hints per picture so use them wisely.Read more ›
loved the little mini games value for money
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The games are quite old and so thet seem very slow and cumbersome in comparison to the fast moving newer ones.Published 20 months ago by Lynn Spalding