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Elephant Games proudly presents the newest chilling addition to the Haunted Hotel series!

Your cousin has asked you to help her paranormal TV show crew in their next investigation! What should be a happy family reunion takes a dangerous turn as something inhuman abducts your cousin! With none of the crew in site, it’s up to you to track down who, or what, is terrorizing anyone who steps into the Valentine Hotel. Do you have what it takes, or will you become the hotel’s next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Return to the Alexander Valentine Hotel in the bonus chapter!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, concept art, music, and screensavers.
  • Earn achievements and find fun collectibles!
  • Replay mini-games and hidden-object puzzles until you master them.
  • Test your mettle in the Secret Room.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 920 MB

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Haunted Hotel XV: The Evil Inside Collector's Edition is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Creepy Ghost Hunt You are invited to a ghost hunt and end up with much more than you bargained with.This next chapter is creepy as you move around and hop's and mini games are great. Although this chapter isn't as scary compared with other chapters you still will enjoy the game.
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have a nice day with the ghost seekers One day ahead of Halloween month Octobre, Elephant has invited us to a paranormal TV show. Shooting will take place at a special location: the Alexander Valentine Hotel. Your cousin Rachel is part of the paranormal TV show crew and asked you to join the team in the next investigation. Project is the old spook house, which has been subject to the news twice. First in 1927, when the owners of the mansion, the Valentine family was slaughtered, then in 1937, when it opens as hotel. Now it is abandoned, shuttered and rumor says, haunted. The crew, Rachel, four others and this time you, take the crew bus to the location. Arrived, everybody seems in good mood, camera man Paul jokes and poses as if he took a shot of all ‘before and after the haunting’. Then one after the other enter the mansion and before you can follow, the doors close shut. After some searching, the one or other HOS and mini game, you succeed in entering the house. There you find your helper: P.A.T.R.I.C.K. He introduces himself as ‘paranormal activity tracker and interactive computing kernel’. He works as a device, which uncovers ghostly activity and helps thereby finding clues and evidence. His language is quite elaborate, as well as his manners. Politely he asks for new battery, when he realizes, his powers are fading. But now in the mansion, funtime is over and you find and investigate room after room. In the billiard parlor before the fireplace lies camera man Paul, frozen to death. On his camera you watch some footage on the possible whereabouts of the others. Across the yard, up a ladder is Bella’s room. There the next dead crew member, Dolores is waiting for you. In her backpack you find Bella’s picture, she looks exactly like Rachel. And Rachel seems alive, but taken by a paranormal force behind a shuttered wall. The house is cleverly constructed by the developer, you may wander or better fight your way from one area to the other, thereby uncovering piece by piece the story behind all this. PATRICK is a new form of helper or device to uncover the unseen - very creative and it adds to a humorous touch. Your way is full of mini games, puzzles and variable HOS. Puzzles and mini games are more one the easy side, though mostly entertaining. Plot unfolds with the entering of the mansion with rather good pace. It is not a very challenging game, more a creepy event at the threshold of Halloween.
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from CELEBRATE A DARK ‘VALENTINE’S’ DAY IN A HAUNTED HOUSE REVIEW BASED ON THE ENTIRE GAME – TIME: 4 Hours 6 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 46 Pages OVERVIEW: Tricks or Treats for my Sweet? Are you ready for a twisted Halloween tale of romance? Welcome to Valentine’s Day in September. Celebrate with some black hearts and an obsessive romance in a house which is planning to keep you in its grasp forever. Play James Alexander, paranormal researcher, in search of his cousin Rachel, who disappeared within the Alexander Valentine Hotel. Cousin Rachel was part of the television series, “Ghost Seekers.” After they entered the hotel, she and her crew have not been seen since. Investigate this hotel and learn the whereabouts of your cousin. Watch where you step in this game. With all the rats and decay, you may just end up falling – falling in love with this game! This is another creepy horror-lite game from Elephant. The graphics ooze of decay with dark scenes set in a dilapidated hotel. The pace is excellent in the demo with many activities to keep you busy within a house which is trying to catch you within its web. The collectibles are jigsaw puzzle pieces and business cards. There are also morphing objects in the game. All are easy to locate. This game should appeal to those who love the paranormal and ghost stories. PATRICK – A COMPUTERIZED ‘PET’ PEEVE: Your assistant (helper) in this game is “Patrick,” a ‘chatty’ device which detects paranormal activity. You need to use this device excessively throughout the game. Either you need to get new batteries every time you use it or parts become defective and you need to replace them. When in use, you will need to restore some type of picture on the lens by playing various types of puzzles. “His” presence became irritating after his continued use in the game. TOKENS, TOKENS AND MORE TOKENS! Love to search for tokens and insert them to open various objects? Then this is the game for you! Search for token-after-token to insert into some box, chest, drawer, or statue. Guess what? After you open them, you will find even more tokens to insert into yet another item somewhere else. I got rather tired of this activity. One statue required three tokens to open its hand. SORRY! A MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT: I purchased this game based on the demo and what promised to be an exciting game. Now I regret doing so. The game is very short with lackluster HOP scenes and puzzles. For me, the developer put all their goodies in the demo and then coasted the rest of the game. I now wish I had waited for the SE to appear. It is a decent game – but, to me, not as good as others in the series. RUNES, RUNES AND MORE RUNES! Are runes taking over the gaming world? This developer, as many lately, seems to use runes as much as possible. The use of runes is excessive in both the puzzles and the HOP scenes. BONUS GAME: I have not played the entire Bonus game. However, it does relate to the main story as a sequel. From what I have played, it seems decent. HOP SCENES: There are 17 in the game (from what I could count). I was disappointed in the HOP scenes. They are the usual lists of items, silhouette and matching (after the demo). They are not creative nor are they interactive. The matching scenes did involve moving items to locate the pairs. Just no pizzazz here! There is no alternative game to play in lieu of these rather boring scenes. PUZZLES: From what I could count there are 34 puzzles in the game (including the puzzles used to activate PATRICK) The puzzles vary in genre and difficulty. I feel the puzzles are better in the demo than in the main game. After the demo, the quality of the puzzles decline. ONE OF THE PUZZLES HAD INCOMPLETE DIRECTIONS! Many of the puzzles seem more like HOP scenes than puzzles. Elephant threw in quite a few physical puzzles as well. There are at least three (3) Bullseye puzzles in the game. Here is a sample of some of the puzzles within the game. A. Jigsaw puzzle. Place metal disks with slotted ends into a maze-like grid so that all are used and placed into proper position. The grid rotates as well. It will turn green if in proper position. B. Physics puzzle. Reposition six (6) pointers so they set the path for 3 balls to reach the top of a grid at the same time. It is not that difficult if you do things in sequence. With no time and velocity, it is a trial and error puzzle! C. Slider puzzle. Slide strips of a photograph up-and-down and sideways to restore a picture. D. Runes puzzle. (To ruin your day). Matching. Match up like runes to descend a ladder. 3X – right after a matching HOP scene. A little excessive. E. More runes! Matching puzzle. Using a gimmicky lens, look for six underlined runes. Then press the symbols on a lock to open it. F. And even more runes! Connection puzzle. Using a transfer bar, transfer two fuses at a time to restore the runes above them. G. Maze puzzle. Create a path for a gas cannister to end up at the end of the maze. You must pass through a series of gas tokens (which is NOT listed in the directions) Once you set the path, push a button to see if it is correct. INCOMPLETE DIRECTIONS! H. Weights and Balance puzzle: Pour liquid from two bottles with 5 and 3 upon them to equal a bottle with a 4 on it. I. FINAL RUNE SHOWDOWN! Multiple-step puzzle. (1) Match up runes on Patrick’s screen with those on a tomb. (2) Push orbs into a dish. (3) Match up ritual items with the dish in which they must be placed. (3) Rearrange a set of two symbols next to each ritual dish so they combine to create the rune behind each dish. LEVELS: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore, Custom Hints and Skips: 15 to 90 seconds EXTRAS: Map is given to you at the beginning of the game. PATRICK – A gimmicky and “chatty” device to help you keep track of paranormal activity 18 Achievements Collect 20 Picture Part and 14 Business Cards 25 Morphing objects Replay 12 Puzzles and 15 HOP scenes 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art, 4 Screensavers, Music, Secret Room
Date published: 2017-09-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for beginners! Hello friends! As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others who do a much better job than I. Well, we have #15 in this series, yes, you read correctly. Graphics were exceptional, very clear with no blurring when going in or out of cut scenes. Colors were very clear and bright, but not over powering at all. Voices are age and character appropriate and very well done, with all emotions so far, when we have them. This one is very quiet and character interaction is few and far between. The "bad guy" does have a very sinister voice and is well done. Music was very soothing and very quiet as well. Sound FX were almost non-existent. We did have a few thunder sounds now and then. Animation was nicely done, when we had it. HOPs were fairly clean and items were easy to find. We had a combo of interactive lists, finding pairs and silhouettes. Nothing new or exciting. I did not see that you could switch to anything else if you got bored with the HOPs. Puzzles were not difficult and I found no real challenge to any of them during the demo. Maybe this picks up as the game progresses. We do have a lot of back-tracking for items, and at times, we have a lot of useful items in our inventory, waiting to be used. Hint system is very helpful and fortunately, we do have the transport feature. We do a lot of back tracking in this one as well. We also have a jump map, but I found it to be quite boring to look at...very bland. Strategy guide is the usual and helpful if you need help finding the collectibles. Collectibles are well done with a little challenge to them. We have 20 picture parts to find, which are not as easy as you think. We also have 25 morphing objects. Some are quite small and they do morph very quickly. We also have to find what looks like business cards. These are also small and I think I accidentally found a couple. Be on the lookout for the collectibles. Same old story, except this one involves a crew of what I think are "ghost" hunters. The story seemed to move slowly for me and I found myself getting bored toward the end. Maybe 15 is just too many for this series. I found nothing that made me want to buy this one and I don't even think I'd buy the SE version. I often find that the SE makes a much better game. I did like the collectibles, but a game needs a little more than that to grab my attention. I'm sure this game will appeal to a lot of players, but I don't feel it is geared toward the seasoned gamer, more to the beginner or someone who just wants to walk leisurely through a game. I will recommend it for beginners. Of course, I may change my mind when the SE comes out, but we will see. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews.
Date published: 2017-10-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well, Blah Expected to like this game a lot.Good graphics and sound,the offer of a haunted house....Once inside the lobby, I was disconcerted at only being able to inspect a few sites, which activated when touched by the mouse pointer. Perhaps I am jaded, but I hate "helpers," especially talking helpers. The Paranormal Activity machine is a pain and pretty much an afterthought I could have done without. A couple of the minigames in the demo were absurdly challenging, and that is not a good thing to a person who only tolerates minigames. The controls made it clear I could only do things in sequence.While I liked the surroundings, I was pleased when the demo ended.
Date published: 2017-10-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Excuse me, I have laundry to do I usually know how much I'm going to like a game by whether or not it drives me to complete it. This one does not do that. I found myself making excuses not to finish it and so far I haven't. Some of the Haunted Hotel games have been very good, this one isn't. It began with a nice idea that ghost hunters were investigating the old Alexander Valentine Hotel. But something sinister is lurking in there and you won't find it until you have located numerous keys, amulets and various shaped objects. Locating all these is just busy work and filler. Not impressed. Along the way, you encounter the ghost hunting crew... all dead, except for one, with sad notes on their bodies requesting the person who finds them to let their family know they loved them (isn't there always the "if you find this I'm dead" note). The one who has escaped death so far is your sister who looks uncannily like Valentine's wife (isn't this always a requirement?). She may not be dead yet but she doesn't look so great. He snatches out of your clutches every time and drags her all over the hotel to hiding places. Once again, isn't that always the case? The HOs are the list or silhouette kind and the mini games are easy. Another yard stick on how much I enjoy a game is how much I like the mini games. Nothing outstanding here. I haven't yet come across the "missing zipper pull" thing another reviewer mentioned but I'm sure that in a game like this its bound to come along. Nor have I run into the old I'm not sticking my hand into that icky spider web. It could be just a matter of time before I do. I haven't finished the game yet so I don't know how it ends and at this rate, I may never finish it. I bought it because it was on sale.... still wasn't a very good deal. This is not a CE worthy game. I gave this game two stars simply because I liked the ghost hunter idea. Otherwise, meh!
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disappointed I don't know why some reviews show that this was a scary and fun game. I have most of the series and this was terrible. I do not recommend this game. You can try the demo but don't buy first.
Date published: 2017-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Same as the last Elephant game. SUMMARY Based on 22 minutes of the demo, this game is a clone of every other Elephant game in the past five years. Shaped keys, that laundry list of trite tasks, basic uHO scenes, and simple puzzles. In the first two scenes, there were six shaped keys. The inane tasks included: • Dissolving the rust from a latch with whiskey. Yep. Whiskey. • Getting a key out of a crack with a magnet. • Pruning vines to acquire items tangled in them. • A dead fuse that needed replacing. • Bees buzzing around an item (presumably, there will be a smoker nearby). • A rat guarding another item (let me guess…I need to feed him.) Keep in mind, this was in the first two scenes! I’m going to start calling this “broken zipper gameplay.” No doubt it’ll show up at some point. The HO was a minimally interactive list. Several items on the list were in multiples of three. The first puzzle was one of those copy-the-clue and moving-one-thing-affects-others. The second was a jigsaw variation with metal pieces that needed to be fit onto a rotating board. This isn’t remotely a five-star game. It’s animated graphics with stupid tasks and easy puzzles to push along the storyline, which I found impossible to care about the 15th time around. You know, there are millions of possible storylines besides haunted houses, princess fantasies, and demonic world domination. BEST GAMES BY THIS DEV (✭✭✭✭ or better) • from this series: none • Grim Tales: Bloody Mary • Mystery Trackers: The Void, Raincliff, Black Isle, Four Aces • Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues • Surface: Mystery of Another World, The Noise She Couldn’t Make, The Soaring City, The Pantheon • Unfinished Tales: Illicit Love And I notice that all of these games are at least four years old. Time to throw away your playbook, Elephant. It’s not working.
Date published: 2017-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Just Plain Yucky Another dreadful rehashed dusty, dreary, abandoned, haunted hotel storyline. It's tedious/boring with a silly screen named Patrick that finds glowing orbs. The graphics are just plain icky with way too much dust, dirt & cobwebs for this clean freak to handle. HOGS/puzzles are messy & run of the mill. Mouth movements are wonky. I just couldn't find anything good about this game. There are no redeeming qualities to be found. Unfortunately, these are the only kind of games I've been seeing lately. I haven't found a decent game to buy in quite a long time. These games obviously are liked by a lot more people than me. So I'll keep playing my card/board games until a something new/original, without ghosts, goblins, spirits other worldly creatures etc., pops up for me to buy.
Date published: 2017-10-01
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