House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets

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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 Lancasters family that resides within the spooky house in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

  • Communicate with the spirits
  • Travel to other worlds
  • Solve mind-bending mysteries!
  • For a more in depth experience, check out the Collector's Edition
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 393 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets 4.7 5 212 212
Game of 1000 Let-Downs From all the reviews, I thought this would be a good game. I was pretty let down. Here are my thoughts on the game: Good Parts: A very spooky game Gripping storyline Some hard to find objects put a good twist on the game OK Parts: Took me quite a bit of time to get into, but after that, it was a pretty good game Bad Parts: The minigames were annoying and unnecessarily hard 60 seconds to recharge the hint on casual mode. About half my free trial was spent just recharging the hint The majority of the time I couldn?t figure out what to do. For all the positive reviews, it wasn?t a very good game. I?d still recommend it though. May 20, 2012
Not my cup of tea For my taste, too many HOS compared to the number of puzzles, and the puzzles were too easy. The pop-up scenes, where you would find a needed object, stay active even after you are done with them, so I kept going back to them, by accident or because I wasn't sure if there was more to find. There's also a bit of running around. May 2, 2012
Too many hogs Story was nice, loved the ending, did not see it coming,, loved the map.great cut scenes, There was too many hogs. because of that, I am giving a 3 stars instead of a 5 stars, I dont recommend this game if dont like hogs scenes, but if you do, I recommend it. March 8, 2012
Became bored Just seemed to get bored once the train with the grieving woman came into story, just lost focus and fun. February 6, 2012
Not much of a challenge The game was to straight simple to play.My wife and I play these games together and found the game to simple.The story line was just not interesting. January 25, 2012
Mostly HOS DISSPOINTLINGLY! far too many hidden object scenes, which did distract you from the story. when you solved a problem for each ghost, you did not always see that resolved, the game shot off somewhere else, so sorry folks but i dislike disjointed gameplay. If your main interest are the HO scenes then you'll get a great deal of it here, but as far as i'm concerned to many of them which disrtacted from the storyline. April 21, 2014
So Very Many HOGs! The story wasn't the spookiest or creepiest or best, neither was it the worst I've ever seen. My chief complaint about this game which could have been much more exciting, was that there were three-and-one-half trillion HOG scenes! C'mon, developers! You can do better than this, what with the good storyline and brilliant graphics you had going! And all you could think of was: "How many more HOG scenes can we squeeze in? After I run out of large format games, I guess my goose is cooked! July 17, 2012
HOG Heaven! If you like, no, if you love, HOG's, then this is your game! Sooooo much back and forth. Thank goodness for the transport map, otherwise I would have been much more frustrated than I actually was. Morphing objects, all 35 of them, merited nothing in the end. And speaking of the end, how abrupt was that!?! The other thing that was bothersome, is that after an area has been spent, it continues to allow you to go back in. I prefer the ones that, i.e., once you have collected everything available from the cupboard, and will never have to revisit that area, it closes out to let you know that particular cupboard is done for the remainder of the game. So, I found myself needlessly opening areas again, just in case. This really added to the frustration level? Other than that, the HOG's were mildly challenging, the mini games sometimes overly done, the graphics, voice overs and general story line are pretty good. Just wish there would have been a better conclusion, as the ending seemed rushed and thrown together. Even after all this, I will still recommend, as it seems lots of gamers really dig this kind of game. December 5, 2014
1000 doors I didn't like the music or the storyline July 15, 2012
ho-hum Sometimes the developers get the idea that novelty in games is not what we are seeking. This game is another boring entry into the world of the occult and ghostly apparitions. Technically the game is slow with brief time lags between finding a final object and receiving the inventory item. I found this annoying. Unless there is some resolution to finding morphing objects, what is the point in having them? This game has 35 of them...whoopee!! Mind you I only did the hour trial and perhaps in the long run I might be selling this game short; however I'm getting really tired of the same old same old approach used by the devs. Assuming devs read some of these reviews here are a couple of novel ideas for new games: 1. a sci-fi HOG set on an alien planet where our protagonist must deal with the mysteries presented by such a strange world. 2. A HOG set in prehistoric times where the main character must deal with the trials and tribulations inherent with that era. January 21, 2012
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