House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets Collector's Edition

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(441.33 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Guide Kate Reed as she solves four mind-bending mysteries that take her to worlds she's never imagined in House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets! When the dead cannot find release, the House of 1000 Doors serves as a portal that allows the living to help them. Communicate with spirits and meet the mysterious Lancaster family that resides within the spooky house in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Stunning screensaver
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 481 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets Collector's Edition 4.7 5 260 260
Didn't want to stop playing While this game is set in a spooky house and there are ghosts in it, the premise is a bit different. The house has doors that appear and disappear, and doors that lead to any place and any time. The graphics are beautiful and the locations are varied; my favourite was a moving train. In addition to the standard hidden object scenes (which are all beautiful) you can also look for special morphing objects in almost every location (this is optional). Puzzles were fun but not too challenging and not very original for the most part. I really liked the story and the way the mystery was revealed. The bonus chapter was of good length (1-2 hours) and was of the same quality as the main game. It was a side story and takes place after the ending. February 25, 2012
elizadee All kinds of fun here. Love the hidden objects within the hidden objects. Added so much to the game. Great graphics and characters. Not too easy with challenging puzzles to solve. Collector's edition adds so much to the game including extra family secret to solve. February 17, 2012
After 68 reviews, I offer mine to the long list... Simply taken at its face value, this game is worth the price of admission. The bonus game carries the theme along even though its story has nothing to do with the house itself. Now saying that, it was one of the better bonus games that didn't continue the storyline. The graphics were done well. But as for being startled, I didn't see what others did. Maybe I should have played it during Halloween or on a dark stormy night. Wait, I did play on a stormy night. As for the claim by some concerning the use of usual boards, it was so minor and had such a little impact to the whole game that I am at odds with those reviews of the game. The game is a good medium range game. Not to difficult and not too hard with regards to the puzzles and deciding how to use the items found. The background music and sound effects are done well and compliment the game. HOGs are complex enough to give your eyes a little strain. And the map sure makes traveling to and from points a lot easier than would be iff you had to navigate back and forth. Since this review is so far from the front, I doubt it will be used by anyone. But for that one person who looks long and hard for review, I offer mine. A solid FOUR STAR game. From a reviewer who rarely gives a FIVE STAR rating to any game. This one is one of the better games overall January 1, 2012
Nice but not outstanding Although very well wrapped up but with contents that are neither new nor out of this world, the game is a bit disappointing. The intro, backed up by an excellent soundtrack, is very good and so are the cutscenes. This beginning leads you to think the game is near exceptional. It is simply a straight HOG with traditional tasks and a few minigames. The artwork is sumptuous, hand drawn with talent and highly detailed; the voice-overs quasi professional and the narrative well written. There are many HO Scenes, each very neat, with recognizable objects, although some are not that easy to find; they all request some simple interactivity on your part, and the items are given either as lists or full drawings (not silhouettes). On the easier of the two Modes, hints recharge very fast, and also help you decide what to do next. The map gives your current location as well as those that remain for exploration or are not yet completed. Clues can also be found in the journal. There are many locations to visit, all beautiful, with many tasks to accomplish. But, these tasks are simple and the game being fairly linear, bactracking is far from excessive. Finding the useful objects is no Roman task either. I could have done with more puzzles, but the emphasis has been placed on HOs and tasks. Still, the puzzles the demo allows you to play are easy, #1 is a a piece of cake, #2 quite interesting. They are all skippable. Considering that the challenge level is okay but not high, and that the trial version takes you into Chapter 3 out of 7 + the Bonus Chapter, in 60 minutes, I think that playtime is bound to be short for a CE and replayability affected accordingly. What I saw of the storyline did not impress me, as it seemed to me rather secondary and just another variant on a theme: occultism, spritism, haunted house, ghosts. I think this game is more suited to those who love HOs and/or do not want to lose patience over a tough adventure full of tricky minigames. Although I recommend this game I have doubts as to the value of the CE; the SE should be sufficient. But, as always, the best is to try the demo and take it from there. December 22, 2011
Another great game for all puzzle lovers This is a great game if you like puzzles. It has a great variety to play, not just hidden object. I find after my 1 hour I haven't gotten too far into the game so it will be worth the money to buy it. December 22, 2011
great hidden object game, but not much challenge This game was a good length for a CE, hidden object scenes were fun and had extra twists. Also liked how you had to return to earlier scenes to continue the game. BUT...... the voices were incredibly annoying, especially the children. The puzzles were few and so easy as to be laughable. Good game for those who like hidden objects but don't like puzzles. December 27, 2011
Entertaining and short! "House of a Thousand Doors" actually has about a dozen doors plus portals to an alternate reality/dimension/plane. The cut scenes are good, storyline fairly engaging, the artwork beautiful, overall length of playtime short. I often play a game again with younger players and am on the lookout for a good story as well as good HOG scenes. "House of a Thousand Doors" has both, just not enough of them. And I usually avoid CE's since they seldom pay for their extended price. I would highly recommend this game in a standard edition, not so much in a CE. If they come up with the follow-up, I'll be ready to try it. December 23, 2011
good but now great Got it for 1/2 price which was good. I'm not in with the 5 stars. It was real easy and replenish. Good thing for the map because you are going all over the place just to find clues. The HOS are real easy and so are the puzzles. I was a little bored just going from one area to another to find things to use. You do not need the hint with the map. Nice and long.Finding all the extra object is the hardest. January 8, 2013
Enjoyed this game Nice to see a game that is not so dark. HO were not so repetitive, and there were a lot of different locations. The map feature was great- instant travel between areas. The bonus play was extensive. Some of the mini games were easy and some challenging- but you have the option to skip. December 27, 2011
Great Game Played the advanced game so was very challenging. You have to remember things that you find in the first few min. of the game, because you won't find the solution until almost the the last part of the game, Really works your memory. December 25, 2011
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