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House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster

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Guide Kate Reed as she searches for the artifacts that can break the power of a cursed gem in House of 1,000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster! A cursed gem that has left a trail of smoldering bodies in its wake is threatening the residents of the House of 1,000 Doors, prompting the head of the mystical dwelling to once again summon Kate Reed to its aid. Guide Kate as she searches for the artifacts that can break the power of the gem!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 410 MB
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House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster 4.6 5 119 119
Mayzy's Reviews - House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster This game is the fun sequel to--- oh wait, it's a sequel. Once again, Mayzy was dumb and played the sequel before the original game. Don't make the same mistake! Check out House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets so that meeting all these characters "again" won't be as confusing for you as it was for me. Now where was I? Oh yes, this game is the fun sequel to House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets. You follow a young novelist as she solves a mystery by travelling through different countries to save the House of 1000 Doors from a fiery demon possession! The game is all around excellent. The plot may be a little disjointed, but the art is beautiful, the music very nice, the hidden object scenes and puzzles nicely paced and interesting. Perhaps a little on the easy side, but a very relaxing play. Don't forget to keep an eye out for the 'beyond' objects! Definitely a buy. June 3, 2012
Superb I give a lot of games 5 stars, mainly because I check out games before I buy and play them. After playing this game, I am going to have to rethink my ratings and games that I might have given 5 stars to in the past are now only going to get 4. This game is truly superb. I didn?t play any of the other games in this series, but I think the story goes something like this. There is a magical house that appears and disappears in various places around the world. A deadly fire ball is terrorizing the inhabitants of this house. You must track down four crystal skulls to repair the pipe organ, then find the fireball and destroy it. To find the skulls you need to travel to four interesting parts of the world and help the souls trapped there. You must also explore some of the rooms in the House of 1000 Doors. I played in the harder mode, which was perfect for me. No sparkles. There are lots of interesting things to do and items to find. The HOS are mainly scattered junk piles. They are fun and challenging, but doable, with many interactive parts. Some are simple (look in a basket) others require some problem solving (light a lantern). You will need to search each HOS twice. There are many puzzles. I didn?t think any were particularly difficult, but they were fun. The graphics are great. There are voice over?s that you can click through, but, for the first time in my life, I thought the voice over?s were so well done I didn?t want to click through. Hard to believe, but true! Music and ambient sounds are good. I took me at least six hours (maybe longer) to finish. The best thing about this game is the interactive map. It shows where actions are required and you can jump from one location to another. By having this feature, the designers solved almost all of my general complaints about this type of game. No need for a walk through, since you can check the map and find out where you need to be. If you fail to notice an item or area of interest, the ?!? sign on the map will direct you to the right area. Therefore, you can play in the hardest mode and still get help if you need it. Or ignore the map and go it alone. Also, the hints recharge fairly quickly and are very useful. This is a wonderful game. I highly recommend it! June 13, 2012
Great Game! AAAAA+ I wish all hidden object games were like this one! Relaxing game with easy but interesting puzzles. Interesting storyline. The length of the game was adequate, not too short. It had plenty of places to explore which kept it interesting to play. I highly recommend this game. June 10, 2012
1000 doors did it again! What a wonderful game! It offers everything I expect from one HOG - beautiful graphics, not too difficult puzzles, intuitive gameplay. They've even included the map, so there is no much going back and forth. I was amazed by the level of polish of the first hour of the game - each new scene introduces FMVs.that really add up to overall experience. It's definitely worth playing! Good job developers! June 8, 2012
better than part one I liked it more than part one. The scenes to explore were tied together more logically by the story. (That is the 5 marks for Storyline) The hidden object scenes were fine with me. Did not use the help button too often. The riddles - I'm sure with more patience I could have done them all, but patience is not my strongest feature ... Still I think some things were a little bit too easy, that is the 3 marks for Challenge. I had a lot of fun playing, hence 5 marks there and I loved the pictures - 5 marks there. Music - well - I hardly ever play a game with music on throughout the whole time ... May 11, 2012
Another great way to spend a rainy evening Here in the UK it is forever pouring with rain and we are all fed up so I downloaded this game. What a gem! Fantastic music, breathtaking graphics, a rather daft storyline (as usual) but lots of problem-solving to keep your brain ticking over. There's a good balance between puzzles (none of which are very hard), HOG scenes and searching for the stuff you need. Entertaining and enjoyable. July 4, 2012
Excellent fantasy Great game! Interesting and challenging. You are Kate, help her find the items needed to bring down.....well enough said. Beyond objects included in this terrific game. I was not able to locate all of the "beyond" objects but hey, maybe next time I play this game, I became so engrossed in the mission I forgot to look for the "beyond objects"! Excellent craftsmanship on scenes and audio. One puzzle I did find a bit dark, had to use the skip button. Wonderfully done game BF!! Nice long play time for me. Lovely scenes and places to travel. Go get it ! May 26, 2012
A worthy sequel (based on finished game) This is a good follow-up to the original. Maybe I am getting better at these games, or maybe it was a teeny bit easier, but I had no trouble with any of the HO scenes, or figuring out what to do next, or even the puzzles. I would have liked a tad more of a challenge, but all in all, the excellence of the graphics, and the many different locales, made this a five-star game for me. There was a good deal of interactivity in the HO scenes, the music was pretty good, the plot was interesting, the scenes were creative, and it was very gratifying to be able to finish the entire game with virtually no use of the hint button. I can't think of many games that are as mcuh fun as this one was. If it took you maybe 4.5 hours to finish, that's a little more than $1.50 an hour - a bargain! January 8, 2013
One of the Very Best HOGA Games on BFG! When it comes to artwork, hidden objects, puzzles, voice overs, correct spelling, you name it and this super spectacular games has it! Hidden Objects are clear and concise and I like that the words of each object are spelled out when found. I absolutely suggest the Collector's Edition with Bonus Gameplay. Well worthy of your time as well as the BFG Membership price. Hours and hours of satisfying gaming! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- July 5, 2012
fantastic game I can't add any more to the reviews of this game. It was great fun playing. July 5, 2012
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