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Elephant Games presents the newest spine-tingling entry in the Haunted Hotel series.

After a horrible train accident, Mark wakes up to find that his wife has disappeared and he is trapped inside a mysterious hotel. His life begins to unravel as he quickly learns that there is a fine line between reality and delusion. Can you help Mark uncover the truth and save his wife, or will you become a more permanent guest of the hotel? Find out in this mind-bending hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Haunted Hotel: Lost Dreams is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YOU MIGHT GET MORE THAN YOU PAID FOR DURING THIS SPA HOTEL VACATION Haunted Hotel Lost Dreams is the 16th game in the series – a series I had hoped would die out long ago but now I am not too sure because this latest game is terrific. The game begins as you and your wife Jane are traveling by train on your way to a vacation in the Swiss Alps, when suddenly the train goes off the rails. You awaken in the hotel thinking it might have been a nightmare but Jane is nowhere to be found. It doesn’t take you long to know that something is very wrong. Will you be able to free yourself and Jane from this hotel, or is it already too late? You will need to play this wonderful new Haunted Hotel to find the answers to those questions and find out what sinister intent is hidden in this Haunted Hotel. If you have read many of my reviews you might guess that I am not a big fan of the Haunted Hotel series. In fact, I didn't play or review the last two games in the series because I didn’t care for the demos at all. I hate dusty dirty interiors for graphics as I simply don’t find them appealing in any way. That being said, I almost didn’t bother to try the demo of Lost Dreams but I am so happy that I did. IMHO, this is one of the best Haunted Hotel games in years. Although the game begins in a seemingly deserted hotel, the interiors are in amazingly good shape. I found Lost Dreams a delight to play with great HOPS and absolutely wonderful puzzles. In fact for me, the puzzles are one of the best parts of this game. A couple of the puzzles were really tough for me and the others had varying levels of challenge but I only skipped one puzzle that I couldn’t figure out I love everything about this game with only one minor comment that I choose to make about the Custom game setting. I think it is time that the developers start offering a “true” custom setting where we can choose to set our own hint and skip times as low as we wish to set them. I personally dislike having to wait 15 seconds or whatever other low-end limit the developer might think we need. Please developers consider allowing a true custom time limit for hints and skips. The HOPS are very good with the standard list type being the first scene we encounter in the game. That scene is soon followed by a variety of others but they are all excellent even if they are what we see in most games from this developer. Where this game becomes excellent for me is with the puzzles that I really loved. The first puzzle is very easy and involves sliding tokens into the correct slots. The next puzzle was a bit more challenging because I had a difficult time seeing the symbols that were on top of each other. The 3rd puzzle is a memory puzzle and that was more challenging until I figured out the “trick”. The puzzles became a bit more difficult with a door puzzle that I did skip because I really didn’t “get” it. The CE version of the game offers a total of 40 morphing object and 20 picture parts to find. There are achievements to earn and the other standard fare such as 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Artwork, 4 Screensavers, 4 Music Tracks, Memory Elements, Picture Parts, Replay of 12 Mini-games and 15 HOPS, the Secret Room, a Bonus Chapter, and a 40-page Strategy Guide. The game has 5 Chapters and a Bonus Chapter. As I mentioned earlier I did not play the previous two games in the series but Haunted Hotel Lost Dreams is one I purchased and have been playing for the past few hours. For me it is a long game but I am a slow player savoring each scene in as I move forward. You already know by now that I love this game and I hope you will as well. As always, please try the demo to see what you think of Haunted Hotel Lost Dreams. Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome This was an excellent game to have played surprisingly. A little too gently, still overall quite enjoyable to play. I absolutely love the storyline. The only situation that got to me was the fact that the storyline was a bit simple. I felt the story could have been expanded. But I honestly enjoyed the game very much.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Chock-a-block full of mini-games. Though the story is weak, the game too short, it was a delight to play, I love the mini-games of which there were many, OK, so they weren't all new ones, but I felt i was kept busy enough to feel as if I wasn't just along for the ride. I urge you to at least, give it a try.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too short, beat it in couple hours I hate when I can beat a game in a couple hours, I do not feel there is a big challenge there, and that is what happened with this game. The thing that really annoyed me the most, however, was the spelling and grammar mistakes. You would think someone, somewhere would be checking these things before releasing a game for purchase. Overall I did enjoy the game and had fun playing it.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What happened This is/was one of those series I typically got very excited about a new one. However, this one left me very disappointed. First of all, I completed the entire game in about 2 hours way shorter them most of them. The voice acting which typically adds to the creepy vibe of these games was just blah. I truly hope this is not a trend for this series. One game of the series I can not bring myself to recommend.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from WHERE'S THE GHOSTS? THERE'S NO HAUNT IN THIS HOTEL! For the first time, I couldn't finish a Haunted Hotel game, and I have played every game in this series! There's nothing haunted about this Hotel, it's nothing more than a story about a mad scientist and his unethical experiments. It's not even a good story about a mad scientist! The tasks are the same ole same ole, the HOP's are all about the same, and the puzzle directions are inadequate. Hopefully, this is just a dip in the series, because this has always been one of my favorite series. It's a no-go for me personally, but here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Mark and Jane were on board the train, heading for their dream vacation in the Alps, but they never reached their destination. In a cataclysmic chain of events, the train derailed, near the abandoned Schneider Hotel and Spa, which just so happens to be owned by Dr, Tony Schneider. When Mark finally regains consciousness, he soon discovers that the train derailment wasn't the horrible part, but the Schneider Hotel where he ended up at is! Mark remains calm, determined to find Jane, but the only amenities this Hotel has to offer, are cobwebs and a dark past. Either Mark's injuries were more intense than he'd imagined, or the abandoned Hotel's creepiness is playing tricks on his own mind. Separating reality from delusion proves to be more difficult than he imagined, because this Hotel is Haunted, and this Haunted Hotel wants Mark and Jane to become permanent guests! We have a problem folks, somebody forgot to put the Haunted into the Hotel, the Spook into the Spooky, the Scare into the Scary, the Fright into the Frightening! Yep, the atmosphere inside the Schneider Hotel (and Spa to make it even cheerier) is practically all warm and fuzzy, filled with kittens, puppies, and unicorns! Lost Dreams is just another story about a madman trying to resurrect a family member, and other than the first couple of basic Haunted Hotel HO games, this is the first Haunted Hotel game that didn't thrill me, just another mediocre game that's easily forgettable! One of the reasons I've always loved Elephant Games is because I love the way they're able to create graphics that give off a creepy vibe, graphics that are crystal clear. I fell in love with the type of graphics, and the atmosphere they create, when I first discovered the early versions of the Mystery Trackers series, and I couldn't get enough, playing one Elephant game after another (who also never let me down with my favorite feature, Morphing Objects) But all that has changed with their games lately, and at times, the graphics in Lost Dreams, was downright blurry! As far as the Collector's Edition bling goes, it does offer features I love, such as a Morphing Object in each scene, Morphing Memory Elements and Screensaver Puzzle Pieces that are located strategically throughout the game. The Hidden Object Scenes offer a variety of types such as Interactive List finds, Silhouetted Shape finds and uncovering Matching Pairs. Although they aren't horrible, they aren't fantastic either and offer nothing new, or alternatives. The Mini Games, in my opinion, have the worst directions or explanations I've seen in a long time, they leave a lot to the imagination, but maybe that's the plan to make them more challenging? If I hadn't been familiar with most of the games, I'd probably have had to skip some of them from lack of guidance. Here's a list with brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Slide tokens to their correct slots shown on the side. 2) Select icon symbols that match symbols shown in center, 3) Choose the correct location of lights by memory. 4) Rotate disk ring to restore the pattern. 5) Adjust liquid levels to match the hint shown on the labels. 6) Select Numerals to equal the sums on columns and rows. 7) Rotate disc rings until all contain the same colored gems. The Collector's Edition version has 10 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 4 Music Soundtracks, 12 re-playable Mini Games, 15 Hidden Object Scenes, a Secret Room, 18 Achievements to earn, 13 Morphing Memory Elements, 20 Collectible Puzzle Pieces, 3 Screensavers (once all puzzle pieces are found) 27 Morphing Objects, 5 Main Chapters + Bonus Chapter and a built-in Strategy Guide. HAUNTED HOTEL GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Haunted Hotel (SE only March 5- 2008) 2.9 2-Believe The Lies (SE only January 4-2009) 2.7 3-Lonely Dreams (SE only August 27-2010) 3.3 4-Charles Dexter Ward (June 10-2012) 3.9 5-Eclipse (October 10-2013) 4.1 6-Ancient Bane (May-29-2014) 3.9 7-Death Sentence (December 18-2014) 4.1 8-Eternity (April 25-2015) 4.2 9-Phoenix (August 20-2015) 3.8 10-The X (November 12-2015) 4.3 11-The Axiom Butcher (April 30-2016) 4.1 12- Silent Waters (September 17-2016) 3.7 13-The Thirteenth (December 24-2016) 3.5 14-Personal Nightmare (May 25-2017) 4.2 15-The Evil Inside (September 30-2017) 3.8 16-Lost Dreams (March 8-2018) 3.8 by: ELEPHANT GAMES: Russia founded April 4-2003 Haunted Hotel (games 5-16) Royal Detective, Grim Tales, Christmas Stories, Surface, Chimeras, Halloween Stories, Midnight Calling, Midnight Castle, Mystery Case Files ( games 10-11 Dire Grove, Sacred Grove & Fate's Carnival), Mystery Trackers, Riddles of Fate, Hallowed Legends, Death Pages, Unfinished Tales, Detective Quest, Found, Urban Legends, Lost In The City, Super Granny Run, Quark Attack, Up Balloon Up, Ball Craft, Wise Gal, Love Is, Real Stories, Bloom, RIP Trilogy, Road Rush, Jungle Heart, Avalon, Just Bones, Sir Match A-Lot, Ship of Bones, Masquerade Mysteries upcoming games: Midnight Calling: Arabella Grim Tales: The Hunger
Date published: 2018-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I Want James Back!! This is posted after playing the demo. This game was okay. Not a lot of excitement in the demo or anything to make me say it was fun. Just okay in my book. Graphics were well done and the sound, especially the voice overs, what there were of them, were good. The dialog was really missing in this one. Constant, "Got to save my wife" is not my idea of a good dialog. The colors were fine for the genre of game... a bit on the dark side, but expected. The effects went along with the action in the scene. Hidden objects were varied from list to silhouettes, my least favorite. There wasn't anything new in the mini games I could see. Pretty much the same thing we have all the time. There is quite a bit of back and forth so the interactive map really came in handy. Others will go into depth about the story, but I'll just say that in that short demo, there just wasn't anything to attach me to the characters or really care about what was going to happen. It just lacked something... like a caring figure. It's put together rather haphazardly with little to join everything together. It's possible that as the game goes on it will develop, but there isn't enough there for this to be a purchase for me. I really do miss James. He was always there and it seemed to make the games more interesting. Play the demo, which as I said is very short, and perhaps you will find something that I missed.
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Why Should I Care About Mark and Jane? The opening animation shows a man walking to the edge of a cliff. He is holding a glowing crystal in his hand. When he gets to the edge of the cliff, he looks down on smoke billowing from twisted train cars below him. The game opens with Jane and Mark talking in their train car. Within seconds, the lights go out and everything goes dark for Mark. He awakens in what looks to be a hotel room, somewhat decrepit, with a locked door to the hall and a rusted handle on the only other exit in the room. After puzzles and HOPs, Mark has figured out this is the Schneider Hotel and Spa. He makes it out to the hall and eventually is led onward by Jane. She is in a wheel chair, and constantly out of reach, and calling to Mark. Good stuff: There are HOPs, mini-games/puzzles, and a scant story. Bad stuff: The story is so light on details, it should float. Mark is chasing after Jane, with occasional glimpses of an alien presence and shifting scenes. There will surely be something bad going on - after all this is an entry in the Haunted Hotel series - but it will take some digging to get more details out of this game. Meanwhile you will find that each locked object seemed to have more than one amulet to open it and, sometimes, multiple objects/amulets/pieces to open multiple sections of a single box/cabinet/drawer. Since there were only bits and pieces of the supposed tragedy involving the Schneider family and only seconds of dialogue between Jane and Mark, it was hard to care about what was going on or about the characters. Add to that the familiar puzzles and how quickly the demo was completed, and it is easy to walk away from this HH series game. Please try the demo. The game is tamer than the last couple in this series and this one may be the one you want.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Really short game with a disappointing story I have played all of the previous Haunted Hotel games and have enjoyed them. However, there's a lot more than dreams that are 'lost' in this game. First, I had to constantly keep adjusting the gamma intensity from one scene to the next. And sometimes that didn't work either. Scenes were often blurry or so poorly drawn that lightening or darkening them really didn't help. While the story line was a bit different from others, it was poorly written and not fleshed out enough. The reason I was performing certain tasks really didn't make sense according to the dialogue I had just read. And speaking of tasks, if you choose custom mode you will not be able to rid yourself of the annoying task pop-ups during the game. Not sure why developers offer turning off that option but then do what they want anyway. Puzzles were not fun at all to solve, in fact I found them boring. And it didn't help that the instructions were often vague or didn't make any sense. I normally love the puzzles more than anything else, but found myself skipping quite a few of them. I don't want to spoil the ending, so I'll just say that it was really abrupt and left key characters and issues hanging. We are given a ninety minute trial period, so I stupidly assumed the game was a long one and purchased it. I was hoping the story would be better explained as the game continued, but I was shocked to see I got to play for only an hour longer and then the game was over. I didn't buy the collector's edition because there wasn't enough bling. But I'm sad I waited for the standard edition's release only to be totally disappointed with it.
Date published: 2018-04-07
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