Abandoned: Chestnut Lodge Asylum

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These days the Chestnut Lodge Asylum is abandoned and forgotten, but many years ago a terrible tragedy unfolded behind those rusty gates. Every year, patients disappeared from the asylum without a trace. Neither the nurses nor the police could find any clues. But one day, everything changed. My dreams draw me to the asylum and I yearn to return to my normal life - a life without nightmares, premonitions, and fears.... Explore the Asylum and its surroundings, find out the true story of this place and face your fears in this gripping Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 289 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Abandoned: Chestnut Lodge Asylum 3.7 5 173 173
Ok game This game just pales in comparison to other "highly developed" games. Too many HO scenes and hard to find objects. Played in advanced mode which wasn't really difficult. I'm spoiled to some of the more adventurous and graphically beautiful games so this one isn't good enough for me. April 28, 2012
Liked it a lot I enjoyed the game. I can't say it isn't like other games I've played but I thought it was a lot of fun. My free game is coming up, so I'll be getting it then. April 28, 2012
Would be better with live actors The developers should have found some out of work actors for this story. The characters look like puppets on a string..they don't even walk right. After a few gliches, I restarted the game. It worked OK, but the ending was disappointing. Good graphics, but next time write a story based on a real case...truth IS stranger than fiction. August 8, 2012
An ok Hidden Object Game. It was ok, but I wish I didn't waste my time buying it, I already figured the ending out before I even got there. May 1, 2012
Dark Game with multiple locations Okay game although the visuals are a bit dark. was expecting something to pop up anything to give u a good scare. May 1, 2012
Asylum game...yawn. Okay, so I'm being kind of hard but how many times are they going to have asylum games? On the plus side, the graphics are good although somewhat monochromatic, I can't really comment on the music since I turn it down. Level of challenge is average for an experienced player. If you haven't played an asylum game yet, this could be a good one for you to try. If you LOVE asylum games, go for it. If you've played asylum games and are looking for something new, then I'd give this one a pass. April 30, 2012
idk.. gonna say it..i really wanted to like this game..good graphics, and all. but the asylum storyline is soo overdone and the hogs drove me crazy! i hate it when theyre just a mixed up bunch of junk grrrrr for some reason this one just bored me to no end. oh wait, yes there was an end...20 minutes into to demo.... but go see for yourself, you may like :) April 29, 2012
blue13 Didnt care much for it . Screen to dull and to much movement April 28, 2012
Good storyline, tons of HOS I bought this game even though I wasn't blown away by the demo. I like this story genre (horror/thriller) so I decided to finish it. The beginning scene was excellent and drew me in, I really wish they had done more with it. The story is good and inventive, although a slightly abrupt ending and I found it predictable. There were way too many HOS (some very blurry) and not enough puzzles. Lots of back-tracking. Some of the objects I collected I ended up holding onto for half the game! That's not very intuitive to me. Why would you know to pick up an object if you don't even use it until one chapter later? Anyway, if you like horror a lot and HOS, this game might be worth it, but I think there are much better games out there. November 9, 2013
3.5 stars...needs a jump map, more puzzles, and fewer junk pile HOs I have mixed feelings about Abandoned: Chestnut Lodge Asylum. It had the potential to be a 5-star game, but there was too much missing or wrong for me to give it even 4 stars, so I'll go with 3.5 stars. The storyline was interesting?especially the twist at the end?but it should have been more thoroughly developed. The protagonist's inevitable meeting with his antagonist was rather anticlimactic, to say the least. And it wasn't immediately clear that there was a connection between the patients and their rooms because of the order of the game. Gameplay was predictable. Explore the environment. Examine pieces of information for clues. Acquire items to use elsewhere. And run into HO scene after HO scene after HO scene! All junk piles that were, at best, minimally interactive. And all of them repeated. Thankfully, there was a built-in SG to help, as the hints were completely unhelpful. Just that irritating, "There's nothing to do here now." A journal collected clues and kept track of the story. Very unfortunately, there was no map. No map at all. And there should have been a jump map, as I wore out several pairs of sneakers retracing my path over and over. And riding the elevator a thousand times. With the exception of the posers, the animation was just gorgeous. It moved smoothly, had dimension and texture, and truly placed you in the aspect of the game character. The posers were not badly done; live actors would have been better, especially as there were only two. The graphics were mostly dark and subdued in color, presumably to evoke the mood of the story. Of course, it was raining outside, the better to create a creepy environment. The morphing objects were incredibly difficult to find, not at all obvious. The music was ethereal and fit the story, although I did find it repetitive after awhile. Voiceovers were ok, but not great. I would have liked more ambient sounds, especially inside the asylum. Random doors creaking. Wind whistling through broken windows. Disembodied footsteps. Also, and this is a general note to ESL developers, please utilize better translators. While it's clever to use "brush" in your HO scenes (since you could have us looking for a hairbrush, a paintbrush, a scrub brush, a shaving brush, etc.), there's a huge difference between "brush" and "comb." And gamers become angry when we've combed the scene for 5 minutes looking for a "comb," only to find out you meant "brush." Rather than recommend this game, I suggest you download the demo and try it yourself. It might be your cup of tea, especially if you like a lot of HO scenes and you don't mind backtracking. November 4, 2013
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