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A simple trip to the sports games turns into a terrible nightmare, as you and your family get lost in an endless maze, where behind every corner lurks a bloodthirsty serial killer – Jeffrey.

Escaping the grasp of death, you will meet other unfortunate people who have met the same fate. Going against all odds, you will give your everything to protect and save them.

Embark on a journey filled with twists and turns, and learn how an innocent child can turn into a monster that no one could even dream of.

Can you put an end to Jeffrey’s sick reign and restore peace in the town of Collingwood? In any case – giving up is not an option!

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Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope 3.8 5 12 12
PHANTASTIC ENDING-THAT'S WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS SERIES Another Phantastic Phantasmat where a Wrong Turn leads you to a dilapidated gas station where "mother" runs the Psycho show. Baby Jeffrey has grown up to be quite a lady killer, literally, and it's tough to escape his maze of horrors because what Jeffrey wants, Jeffrey gets! This is one Fright Night you may not live to talk about, but then again, this is Phantasmat, a grey area somewhere between life and death! It's no secret that this is my number one all time favorite series, I still love the original Phantasmat storyline the best, but wow, I love this sick twisted plot! One of the biggest reasons I love the original Phantasmat is because the game kept me guessing the whole time, was I dead, was I alive or somewhere in between, and Town of Lost Hope does the same thing, and very well I might add! In the Collector's Edition version, each scene has a Hidden Sign, both in the main game and the Bonus Chapter, AND if you forgot one, you get the chance to revisit the scenes you missed the collection in! The CE also has plenty of Achievements to earn throughout Jeffery's playground, Town of Lost Hope. The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with several smaller Zoom Zone scenes with a handful of listed items to find, as well as several typical Phantasmat HOS where you find 5 items in two categories and then receive an item to use on the icons to expose a few interactive lists of items. There are progressive silhouetted shape finds where you find one item that matches the silhouetted shape and then use that item back into the scene interactively to expose the next item and so forth. There are Morphing Objects to spot, an HOP where you search for matching items by turning carousel shelves. My favorite was the most unique Hidden Object Scene I've ever seen, where you interact with toys in a playground sandbox panning between two areas of the sandbox. You can opt for a Match 3 game instead of the HOP. The Mini Games are really creative and tend to be on the easy side during the demo, but, like all Phantasmat games, they do get more challenging as the game progresses. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo and a few of my favorites after the demo: 1) Move the tokens into the correct locks avoiding the rotating ornaments. 2) Place the numbers into the correct spaces on the clock using arrows and the center space to swap. 3) Interact with a Town layout as a story is told. 4) Connect wires of the same color by rotating circuits. Activate the elevator by selecting knobs to change the electrical wiring values. 5) Control an RC car through obstacles without alerting Jeffrey. 6) Conquer all the territories with your army. You can defeat the enemies only if your unit is stronger. (you play against the computer, defeating soldiers, tanks and planes. 7) Rotate buttons to create a clear path through a pipe maze to the key at the end of the maze. Then use the arrows to send the clown to pick up all the juggling balls. The Collector's Edition has 9 Music Soundtracks, 14 Videos, 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art pictures, 12 Achievements, 13 replayable HOP's, 20 replayable Puzzles, replayable Match 3 games, 41 Hidden Signs, a Souvenir Room where you search for one specific item in each room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Adventure. Jeffrey wants a friend to play with so.....Enjoy. May 10, 2016
EVERYTHING I EXPECT IN A PHANTASMAT GAME While taking your brother and his girlfriend to his ?big game? you find yourself hopelessly lost, so with the gas tank almost empty you stop at a rundown gas station to fill up. Yes you guessed it; this was your first mistake and one that turns drops you right in the middle of a nightmare. After a bump on the head, you wake up in a dingy room being cared for by an old woman who informs you that her son is out looking for your brother and his friend. What happened and who would want to attack you? It isn?t long before you realize that you are being held captive and you begin a frantic search for the missing teens. Play this creepy new Phantasmat and see if you can make it out of this abandoned old town unscathed. Town of Lost Hope has all of the technical aspects we expect to find from this game dev. The popular custom mode is included for those of you who like to fiddle with the settings when playing a game. The graphics are excellent and create the perfect atmosphere for this excellent creepy game. You have an interactive map that will help you navigate the game. There are no special gimmicks in sight so you will need to use your wits to escape the Town of Lost Hope. The HOPS are varied and some are multi-level. I am not going to set out the nitty-gritty spoilers for all the HOPS and mini-games because it is more fun if you find out what they are as you play the game. After all, if you know all the details, why even bother playing the game! I can tell you I think that both the HOPS and mini-games are excellent with some of the mini-games presenting more than a bit of challenge. Although I really enjoy games with more of the ?creepy? factor, I found this one at times to be disturbing, containing a good dose of psychological thriller element. At times I was on the edge of my chair and looking over my shoulder as I played. This awesome developer has given the Phantasmat series a new look and made the games in the series everything we could hope for ? that is, is you enjoy this type of game. I certainly love it and find Town of Lost Hope to be one of the best games in the series. That being said, even though I love the game, it might not be for you so please try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy May 6, 2016
A little bit creepy. Highest quality. My rating is based on playing the entire SE. It meets all of my requirements. - Story: A kind of thriller. Quite exciting, but with a disturbing end. - Difficulty can be customized fully. Tutorial, sparkles, map issues, glitter, contextual pointer, plus item indicator, helping texts, penalty and hint / skip recharge. - Highest quality: Nice graphics and locations, may be a little bit too dark. Great animated. - Tools: you have an interactive map. - HO?s: Different types, mostly description and silhouettes, riddles, morphing items, some were interactive. You can switch to match3. - Mini games: nicely done, not too difficult. Somewhat new with colored paths. Increasing difficulty during the game. - Adventure part: Mostly logical, even w/o helping texts. The tasks were clear and needed items not too obvious. Also their whereabouts were not too far-fetched. - Length: I needed about 4 hours for completing. June 23, 2016
watch jeffrey and the ax you break down at a gas station and "mother" greets and treats you nicely then you find out her son, jeffrey, is just the opposite and she knows. you search for the others that came with you and avoid jeffrey at all costs. it gets dicey at times. he gave me goosebumps and a sense of urgency that i seldom feel from playing a game. you run into a lot of your friends that he has tried to kill, and you "rescue" them. there is a custom level and a great hint system and will show you where to go and take you there. for this reason you don't need a map. the endng will surprise you and until i read the other reviews i wasn't sure it ended like it seemed to. June 19, 2016
Can't Wait for the Next Phantasmat! I've now played all the games in the Phantasmat series. They just keep getting better and better. EIPIX is still my favorite developer but there are some new ones that are coming on strong. This game had lots of good things going for it, including great graphics, good music, fun puzzles, and a nice challenge. The voiceovers were excellent, some of the best I've heard. I really believe they're using real actors at EIPIX because they're so good with the voices. A great game! September 14, 2016
Based on FULL GAME PLAY of SE- After the demo..... If you are on the fence as to buy the CE or not.... I bought the CE,,, and finished the bonus too. ****************MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS******************* The SE portion of the game took me around 5 hours 5min (with an AMAZING END) The bonus play took me, 1hr 5min I play all the HOS- not the match 3 + I tend to skip standard type mini games, and play on custom setting. TOTAL GAMEPLAY with bonus was 6 hr. 10min This installment 6 of Phantasmat was WAY better than #5. I also liked #4 very much too. FINALLY, the graphics are clearer. Is it me? or are some areas clearer than others? The characters seem like live actors with a computer assist?.. They are PERFECT, and I mean these characters are PERFECTLY DONE. They now speak from inside the scene, where they should, instead of putting the head of the person with text up front. The voice actors are perfect too. The graphics are good, not great?but the clarity of the secondary windows and characters are GREAT in this installment. The ENTIRE game is played in dreary, run-down locations. The locations and feel of the game is VERY similar to Phantasmat #3 The Endless Night. I often wonder WHY do creepy games have to have to be in a run- down dirty place? Being an artist, it bugs me when an area?s perspective is off?. there is a bit of that here. A couple I noticed that are really noticeable are The Hanson home?s front room (the floor rolls down to the right) in Pam?s level of the demo. Also, Chap 2, pg. 5 of WTG looking up the hall, it almost makes you sick. Where you first drive up is very similar to the game Enigmatis #1. The story line was realistic & creepy. I loved it. The scariest part being, we have a vacation place in Vermont and you drive past many a gas station like this?.. And I swear to you there is a house on the opposite side of our mountain that looks identical to the Hanson house!! It is super remote (no cell phones) and it even comes with all its own broken down cars and bus?s! From the very beginning I had trouble trying to figure out who is who in this game. I ended up mostly understanding by the very end of the SE play?. But had to REPLAY the beginning of the game after I played the bonus to determine Doug and Sammy are traveling in the backseat MY (the female player in SE) car. Apparently I have no name and I am driving us all to ?the big game?. Doug is my brother. Pam, and her brother Terry are already captive at the Hanson residence when we arrive at the gas station and my character must save them. Jeffery Hanson is the, ouch- axe holding, serial killer and his creepy mother knows what Jeff is up to and is seen a few times throughout the game. We also meet up with another random guy who has also been held against his will, which we assist, later in the game. I don?t know his name. He is the person after Doug- Chapter 3. FAVORITE SPOT IN GAME IS CHAPTER 3 DOUG?S CHAPTER- There is a HOS here that deserves mention. It was a blast. It shifts between several scenes that you have to interactively find items build a sand castle. As you continue completing each section it slides by itself into the next section of the HOS. HOS & Diary, hint, map and Match 3- The HOS are varied and cater to all. The map is nothing special to look at but it serves the purpose as a portal task map. Hint is helpful step by step and also acts as a portal jump. Match 3 can be played instead of HOS (wish it was instead of the mini games) and can be replayed in the CE content. There is NO DIARY. Since I play so many games at once it is so helpful to have a place to brush up on the story. This game REALLY needed a diary to clarify who is who and how and why they are there. I played the entire beginning thinking the Pam/Kirk team was the Doug/sister team and it just became a confusing mess. The BASIC idea of the entire story was good, but there should never have been 2 brother/sister combo?s ? and you never know how any of the others became captive. ABOUT BONUS PLAY: . This bonus play was a disappointment for me. The WAY bonus is ended does not match how the SE is ended. I also got angry at my character and how she deals with the end cut scene in bonus play. By the time the bonus chapter is played, the SE had already tied the game up in a neat little bow. So its best if you know now, when you begin to play bonus, that you go BACK to sometime BEFORE the end of the when the standard game is happening, to a place in time where you are playing as Sammy, with Doug nearby. Doug mentions to Sammy he is ?looking for his sister? (his sister being your character in the SE part of this game.) Knowing how the SE ends, it made NO SENSE to me at all when or why or what was going on with the bonus story, so I hope I am clearing this up a bit. Personally, the end of the bonus play has no correlation to the end of the SE and it actually ends up being a conundrum. When you play both together you?ll see what I mean. You play 8 scenes in the bonus play. Only 1 area, a graveyard, is new and all the other areas are the same as they were in the standard edition play. Often, I will see a ?reconfigured? area or they will at least change the time of day, but nothing is changed here. There are 4 HOS and 5 mini games in bonus play. I tried and skipped ALL the minigames in this section. You collect green jars in each new scene and continue collecting them in bonus. CE GOODIES ARE: 8 x 4sz wallpapers (wish they?d drop the other 3 sizes and give us another 5 wallpaper), 15 non-savable small, black and white concept art without logo, 6 dl music tracks, bonus play, in game walkthrough guide, there is a bonus video (that remains locked until the end of bonus play) that is 1min33sec long. It is all visual, no voice, and you get a glimpse of some of the artists & Dev at Eipix with some random pictures related to the game. You can replay 13 HOS, replay 20 mini games, replay match 3, and replay the cut scenes. An Achievement page is set up on a slider- I only got 8 of the 12 Achievem. The Collectible page has shelves that hold your green jars and you can click on any you missed to re-enter that area and look for it. Once that is complete the SOUVIENIER ROOM is unlocked- where you re-visit 20 of the SE locations and find 1 item each. STRATEGY GUIDE There is an in game 45pg walkthrough guide. 6 pgs. devoted to directions and collectibles. To give you an idea of how long the bonus play is, CHAPTER 1- PAM 9pgs. CHAP 2-TERRY 7pgs. CHAP 3-DOUG 7pgs. CHAP 4 Kirk & Sammy 8pgs BONUS PLAY- Sammy+ Doug 8 pgs. IF YOU LIKED THIS GAME HERE ARE SOME OTHERS LIKE IT: 1.True Fear: Forsaken Souls 2. Maze: Subject 360 3. F.A.C.E.S. 4. Committed: Mystery at Shady Pines 5. Brink of Consciousness: Dorian Grey Syndrome June 12, 2016
creepy ending took me a while to get through this game it was a bit repetitious to me. good storyline and awesome ending doesn't leave you wondering like some games. i don't know if it was my mood that didn't keep me riveted to this game it just seemed ok for something to do. play the demo is my suggestion as always. this just didn't grab me. May 11, 2016
The ending... didn't see that coming!!! Well, pretty much the review title says it all... The game was good. Not so many HOS (which is fine by me), some nice puzzles... Little bit on the creepy side story-wise... The ending made the game. Really. I thought it was just along the regular story lines until then. All I can say: Wow. May 26, 2016
A Real Hatchet Job After reviewing the Collector's Edition and giving it only 2-1/2 stars, I ended up using a credit to get this standard edition. The game is barely ok. The story is sorely lacking. In the beginning, someone is chasing you around with a hatchet. At the end, someone is chasing you around with a hatchet. In between, we find out he is a disturbed person. Duh! I'm still not sure what happened at the end, but in any event it wasn't satisfying. Beside that, the game play itself has some serious issues with the use of objects that I can't discuss without revealing spoilers. This is a poor example of a once very good series. I cannot recommend the game except on a 1/2 price sale or with free coupon. I can't even think of anything funny to say about it. May 12, 2016
Warning: Not For the Faint of Heart I normally prefer creepy over airy fairy, but this game teeters on the edge of being too ghastly even for me. Hopefully, the shudder factor will be balanced with at least a few somewhat more ordinary scenes later on. The story line here has already been done to death (no pun intended) -- rescue a family member from a homicidal maniac, but first you must escape from a cellar/ dungeon/ cave/ cell/ locked room etc. and free someone else who gives you something that "might help." Yawn. Maybe there are only so many stories to go around for hidden object games. It seems this game will be heavy on adventure and puzzles and light on HOS of which I encountered only two during the demo. Both of them were interactive. I had a lot of items in inventory early on, but some were so weirdly used -- or just plain weird -- that it wasn't always clear what to do with them. I used the hint button more than I like needing to. This one's not for me, but you might like it. Just don't play it after midnight during a heavy thunderstorm. May 9, 2016
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