dis game is very exicted full of challenges e de grafics r amazing!
November 16, 2011
I really liked it but the endding picture made no sense to me.
but over all a great game.
March 18, 2014
One of the best
This is my first review, after being on BF for...oh 6ish years. I figure that with the absolute lack of decent TM games that some of the classics get a boost.
Haunted Domains was and still is a great TM game to get your hands on. You have to stratagize which floors to run to if you want to get a nice score, which is a definite plus. (It is management after all)
The characters are amusing, the genre of haunted places is cute, the style is classic yet refreshed here.
If you are a TM fan, and want a decent game to play, jump on this.
February 28, 2014
I love spooky games and time management so this was really fun. You get to run a spooky hotel with spooky guests and the animation is great. Lots of fun! I totally bought it.
January 5, 2014
Spooky and challenging fun
The spooky theme is totally me: witches, wizards, vampires, Yeti, invisible men, and Dracula - they all visit your hotel and you must cater to their needs, while earning money to upgrade your hotel to make it more 'comfortable' for your supernatural guests. I enjoyed playing this, and had to replay a few levels to get an expert score.
November 4, 2013
Great Game, and awesome challenge. I had a lot of fun playing. Liked everything about this game.
October 15, 2013
GOOD GAME, GOOD GAME
NOT DIFFICULT TO PLAY AND UNDERSTAND BUT KEEPS YOU ENTERTANED
April 27, 2013
hotel dash for witches, zombies and ghosts
in this time management strategy game, you are Sheila Sullivan, the newly-hired manager of the hotel, Haunted Domains. your responsibilities are to meet the needs of a spooky cast of characters: checking in, serving dinner, cleaning rooms, and other strange and quirky special tasks.
graphics: adorable ghosts, vampires, witches, zombies, invisible people and more.
music and sound effects: appropriate for the theme, and sound effects are okay, but nothing exceptional.
storyline: absolutely silly. the strength of this game lies not in story, but in figuring out how to complete one level and progress to the next.
gameplay: there are two modes of play, and a variety of characters with different "personalities" and habits that affect your strategy. starts out easy, but after level 18 or so, gameplay become much more challenging. fortunately, you can queue tasks. when you complete a level, you can purchase a variety of upgrades that allow you to work faster. other upgrades include decorations for the place and special items that will please your guests (and earn you more points). if you beat this game easily, there is the truly hardcore "endless shift" mode that you can play, too. this game does have excellent replay potential.
this game is identical to another time management game, hotel dash. if you own that game, as i do, then don't bother purchasing this one, unless this game's graphics are something you can't live without. that said, this game is spooky-themed fun for the entire family.
June 18, 2012
Did not think this was a kids game. Would be great for them not me.
May 5, 2013
I like it to a point
It's a great game as long as you don't have to restart at any point as it takes away your points and what you have bought if you do. I mean there are times when you really have to stop and go back. It should cost you everything you've earned. However, it is better than some of the time management games Big Fish has come up with. Especially, since most of their member stay members because of the time management games.
February 11, 2012