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Elephant Games cordially invites you to visit another sinister Haunted Hotel! An act of kindness has unspeakable consequences in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure game! After pulling over to help a stranded motorist, you are murdered, and the killer kidnaps your son! Follow them to the dilapidated Baker’s Hotel, where you’ll soon learn that that roadside encounter was in fact a trap set specifically for you. But who set the snare? And why are they obsessed with wiping out your family? Investigate from beyond the grave to learn the answers!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 684 MB

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Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~~Haunted Hotel returns with a superb storyline and great gameplay~~~~ Haunted hotels are a pretty interesting to think about, because they are a bit of a conundrum. You would think that buildings full of spirits are not very popular, but then again many people are actively seeking for supposedly haunted establishments. In addition, there are also investigators specialized in detecting ghost traces using weird machinery and beeping gadgets. Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth is a horror-infused adventure game with hidden object gameplay mechanics and various puzzles for you to solve along the way. The horror elements are not as scary as they could be, but then again the game is designed for casual audiences that are not in it for the psychological damage. Hence, it can be easily enjoyed by most people without fearing nightmares or similar troubles. The story starts when the main character is murdered as he tries to help a stranded motorist. His son is kidnapped in the process, but thankfully the dad gets to come back as a ghost and go on a journey to rescue his son. Naturally, you play the role of the father, and the adventure starts near a haunted hotel that appears to be warded against spirits for some reason. Saving your son and discovering the secret behind the nature of why this Hotel is Haunted is where the incredible story lies, and it's a DOOZY. As it’s always the case with HOPAs, most of your time is spent investigating the environments for items that allow you to unlock doors, repair other items, or simply complete puzzles. Speaking of which, the said puzzles almost always feature similar mechanics, even if the ideas appear to be different. In essence, the underlying goal of each puzzle is to find the correct pattern and apply it until the container/door is unlocked. The adventure maintains its appeal in spite of the somewhat repetitive gameplay mechanics, and it’s actually to be expected in the genre anyway. Thus, you can focus on the journey and the interesting environments you visit along the way, which are gorgeously represented thanks to the colorful artwork. Cut-scenes could have had better productions, but then again they relay much simpler ideas and events as well. I really enjoyed every moment of this latest installment and the bonus game. In the end, Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth features the perfect mixture of horror and adventure, plus the challenge of the puzzles you tackle along the way. Hence, if you are a fan of the genre and you do not mind the repetitive missions, this can certainly keep you busy from start to finish.   
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Hate It When This Happens This edition of Haunted Hotel has the best storyline in it's history. Although the plot doesn't take many twists and turns as I'd like, it's a solid game from beginning to end. This game has the kind of storyline that I would have expected more in the Phantasmat series, because.....I'm dead! This is Haunted Hotel's version of the Hatfield's and the McCoy's, where two close families become bitter rivals, both believing their causes are just. Both families became obsessed as they searched for infinite life. They did indeed find an ancient artifact to grant their quest for immortality, but the two families couldn't agree on how this powerful artifact should be used. The Baker family chose darkness, the Barlow family chose light, thus The Son's of Dusk, and The Som's of Dawn were created. The Baker family needs to kill 13 members of the Barlow family, you are number 12, your son Matt, will be number 13, unless you can stop the madness! The Collector's Edition has it all, Morphing Objects, Achievements, Hidden Jewels, and Ghostly Portraits to collect that will give you insight on the Baker family tree. You are indeed, dead! You will need energy to be able to pick items up, in the form of a Mini Game of some sort of course. This is a feature similar to the "filters" in the latest Mystery Trackers game. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with several different types, including Interactive List finds, Keywords in sentences, Silhouetted Shapes and moving items to uncover two identical objects to match. The Mini Games are fairly easy, but there are a couple of trickier puzzles and multi layered puzzles available. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Energy game where you use your ghostly hand to catch energy orbs. 2) Fish a key out of the water by clicking when the ball is inside of the increasingly smaller target red zone. 3) Move the buttons into the correct spots based on their images. 4) Move the blue lock parts from the right and left disks into the center disk using rotation and directional arrows. 5) Collect energy by untangling spectral spheres. 6) Use the hint to complete the combination code. 7) Follow a recipe to make explosive powder. 8) Place all dishes correctly according to the clue . 9) Move the rods so they don't cross over each other. 10) Arrange arrows so they all point downward, moving one arrow may affect another. The Collector's Edition has: 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 1 Screensaver, 18 Achievements, 4 Music Soundtracks, 12 Collectible Baker Family Portraits, a Jewel Room, 20 Morphing Objects, 20 Collectible Jewels, a Secret Room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of puzzles and HOS I enjoyed this game which seemed to move along smoothly with two exceptions: The transporter map legend indicated "active areas" or next place to go, but it didn't which made you use the transporter hint to go to the next place of action so I didn't use the map at all. Second: The puzzles were confusing because the instructions were very vague so the puzzles would not work right, which was frustrating. Scenes were dark so at times things were hard to find. Seemed to be a lot to do and the transporter hint was necessary to move around. I like that games are now coming out with a "custom" setting which allows you to skip tutorials and set hint and skip to refresh quickly. Definitely a plus. There seemed to be a lot of HOS and puzzles in this game. A lot of dialog and cut scenes..some you can skip other you can't. I have all the games in this series and enjoy them.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Haunted Hotel... Reservations Accepted This is posted after playing the entire game. This is a pretty good game. I have several, if not all, in this series and this one was just a bit different, in a good way. As I recall the previous stories took place inside the hotels for the most part, but this one, after making an appearance there, went all over the place. Fun game. I swore I was done playing the ghosts and things that go bump in the night games, but after playing the demo I was hooked. Graphics were very well done. It started off a bit dark, but it is a ghost story, what would you expect. Then the colors lightened up and were well done. The sound, especially the voice overs were excellent. I honestly do not remember the music being intrusive in anyway, so it must have been good too and the effects went along with the action in the scene. While mini games are usually my downfall, I found these to my liking. Just challenging enough yet doable. If they were too involved, I just skipped them. Hidden objects were varied. This helped keep my interest and wanting more. There seemed to be more of the find the hidden duplicates in this one. I don't mind them, but there just seemed to be more of them than usual. So far a help, you have the interactive map which normally shows where you have something to do and will transport you there. A few times, I used the map to find where I needed to go and couldn't find anything to do. I used the hint, and it took me someplace totally different. If it had happened once, I would assume I clicked the wrong place on the map, but it was a few times this happened. I'm stupid not dumb and I don't think I would make that mistake that many times. There are also several modes of play of which I chose the custom so I could set the hint and skip buttons to my liking... fast The story was interesting. It was a bit different than the previous games and perhaps a bit darker. There are others who will tell you the story and Big Fish does a good job introducing you to the story. There was just one thing I couldn't figure out and that was the energy. You are murdered and your son kidnaped. As a ghost you have so much energy,, then it fades.In the beginning you collected something, whatever it was, and your energy returned so you could continue. Then I would be playing along and all of a sudden my energy was full again. Have no idea what that was about. Other than that it was a typical ghost story with a twist or two. I did enjoy it. The only reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 4, was the genre. Even though I did enjoy the story, I really am tire of the ghosts, witches an goblins. This is a darn good game. Play the demo and see if it doesn't hook you too. There's a reservation at the Hotel in your name.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It could have been so much better I really liked the way it started out, but it didn't seem really mysterious or spooky to me. It seemed more about the puzzles and running here, there and yonder.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Too easy for my tastes Games like this are just time killers. I found the "puzzles" to be so lame. There was only one puzzle that I thought was somewhat challenging (the blue, red, green, pink tile puzzle near the end). Everything was just way too easy. But maybe that's your thing. Just wasn't mine.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Really? This started out OK, but as you get into it you are just going back and forth doing busy work. If you don't mind that, then this might be for you. Just not my cup of tea.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This was the most depressing game I have ever played I found this game so depressing that I just could not bring myself to finish it. I regret buying it because I know I will never finish playing it.
Date published: 2017-02-24
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