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: 10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 295 MB
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Abandoned: Chestnut Lodge Asylum 3.7 5 177 177
Beware! The graphics are good, as is the sound quality. There are alot of games, & HOS's, but It's very slow, especially the cursor! It took me forever to get around to find anything. I had to start over in order to get the Generator to work, even though the instructions were there to read. I had to get help in the forum in order to get out of the boiler room before I could complete the game. I do not recommend this game, unless you are extra patient & don't mind how slow it is. May 6, 2012
Misnomered HOAs Add Extra (Unintentional) Challenge This is a pretty standard, fun puzzle game, but over and over again the objects in the HOAs are misnamed - which I actually found kind of entertaining... Hm they say "scalpel"... but ah yes, the object is actually an Exacto Knife... etc. etc. I found it kind of fun to try to delve into the gamemakers' minds... "Hmmm when they say 'shovel' do they actually mean 'shovel' or do they mean "scoop? ladel? hand trowel?". I you don't have a sense of humor about the above, you won't enjoy the game. Otherwise, I didn't find anything particularly outstanding about it. I appreciate the work people put into these games, so I don't like to give a bad review, but I would not recommend this one, based solely on the fact that it's just kind of "average". There are much better puzzle games out there. May 2, 2012
If it weren't for the fact. . . . . .that this fictional game takes place in the very REAL city of Rockville, MD, USA (I grew up in that area), I would probably buy. . .but won't!! The Chestnut Lodge Asylum, originally a resort hotel, is an actual facility - of the same name - located in Rockville, Maryland (the developer has even used the lodge's image in the game). The facility closed in 2001, however. Unfortunately, even for a soft release - and as the game does play as well as that of other HO adventures. . .lots to do; usual back and forth - it remains to be in the same flat-lined format as other 'asylum' storylines [one doesn't have to go into detail, the game's title says it all]. The scenes in the game are clear and well done; the HO's are not too difficult; and the music, sound effects and mini-games are standard. As there are other 'asylum'-type games that use multiple color, the lack of color in this one is just too blah on the senses and, add this to the game's typical storyline, makes for less-than-enthusiastic game play. In general, it's as good as any other game of this type, but I recommend as one for those that either haven't yet tried 'asylum' themed games, or something to whittle away the time until the next supply ship arrives to 'the pond'!! :-) May 5, 2012
Quite disappointing The start of this game was really good so i was really looking forward to playing but i was very disappointed after about 20 minutes of playing as it got a bit tedious and boring and to be honest i didn't know what i was doing. I am a HO game freak and was very disappointed with this game. April 28, 2012
Not for me The first thing I found I didn't like, was you had to change the screen setting or you couldn't see all the missing items. Also, there were too many HOS and some were very hard to see. A lot of back and forth too. April 28, 2012
Not Bad Played full demo and found this game a little dark in the HOG's. I found the music enjoyable, it created a relaxing mood. Not one of the greatest HOG's I've played but good enough to buy with one of my game credits. April 28, 2012
Entertaining I only played part of the demo before deciding this game was not for me. It was entertaining enough, but there were 5 HOS within the first 1/2 hr, I realize it is a HOG, but come on, that's a bit excessive. May 11, 2012
ahhh I got bummed after it let me use the nails twice on one object its a good game really didn't care for the navigation and it really could of used a map because you have to do a lot of back and fourth navigation. Also it let me use all the nails on one board and there was two boards so no way of fixing that without starting over and I was really close to the end...bummer May 17, 2012
Seen this story before I was expecting good things from this game - it looked visually fantastic, and yes the graphics are very good, but the gameplay itself let me down. When I first downloaded the trial I thought to myself 'oh I'm glad I have a credit so I can purchase this if it's good', but I found myself giving up after only 30 minutes of the trial. The storyline is so similar to other, better, games - such as Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Consipiracies and Agency of Anomalies: Mystic Hospital, that it just seems a little boring. There were too many HOS that were quite difficult, so they took up a lot of the time in the game. Once I came to my fifth or sixth HOS in a short space of time, I decided to give up on the trial, as I knew I would not purchase the game. This game was a disappointment to me. May 1, 2012
Demo....not sure Having played the demo, I am not sure if I will buy this game or not. My reservations are largely due to the fact that the game is visually very dark, including the HOS and I found that all the straining to see stuff started to give me a headache; there is no map and an awful lot of back tracking, which isn't necessarily a problem but there is no logical movement, so it all feels a bit haphazard. Tthere are no other characters to interact with which I suppose there wouldn't be in an abandoned asylum, but that did bother me. On the plus side it was quite challenging (in expert mode) in that you were stretched to remember what was where and where you had been and as I already said, the HOS were dark so the items not easy to find. This seems to be one of those love it or hate it games, and I still can't decide which. April 29, 2012
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