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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the latest chilling installment of the Haunted Manor series!

Welcome to Convington Mansion! It’s time for you and your old friends to complete an exciting scavenger hunt, but what starts as a fun reunion quickly turns into a dangerous fight for your life! Can you save your friends and escape a mansion with a malicious life of its own? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Race against time and try to stop a malevolent force in the bonus game!
  • See if you can find all the hidden owls and morphing objects.
  • If you're feeling lost, reference the comprehensive strategy guide.
  • Earn achievements and replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games.
  • Enjoy the exclusive souvenir room, soundtrack, concept art, wallpapers and more!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 849 MB

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Haunted Manor: The Last Reunion Collector's Edition is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 38.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice one! I am already an Eipix games fan. This one is one of my favorite. The locations are different, original and numerous. Plus, it is hard to find games with few supernatural features.
Date published: 2018-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Fun New Twist On the Classic Game Series You are invited to an island mansion for a reunion of your former classmates. To top it off, your host has also arranged a scavenger hunt as part of the fun. However, things are not what they seem and during the hunt, one of your old friends is hurt. You realize it's time to get medical help, and while getting to the boat which brought you to the island, all heck breaks loose. Eventually, you realize something isn't right as one by one, your friends mysteriously disappear. And once you realize what's truly happening, you wonder if you will be able to make it off the island alive. This game combines the atmosphere of Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None," with a classic haunted house story like Poe's "Fall of the House of Usher." The game looks great and I enjoyed the voice acting and graphics that went with the game. I was able to figure out early what was happening, based on the clues provided in the opening credits, but it didn't lessen my enjoyment of the game. The original Haunted Manor series was fun for it's time, but this is a more complex and updated game and I hope these designers continue with this franchise. I can see future editions to the series, exploring various haunted houses. The fact that you are trying to escape the manor also blends blends in nicely with the entire puzzle element of the game. Created by Eipix Entertainment, it contains all the Eipix familiar touches, including morphing objects and other extra objects to search for in each scene. I know many people have been down on Eipix for a while, but I've always enjoyed their games. (Each company puts out a few not so great ones now and then). And yes, many of the standard puzzles you've seen before pop up in the game. Full disclosure, I play on casual mode because I just enjoy a relaxed game, and yet this was still challenging enough for me. I'm a mystery and classic haunted house fan so this game hit all the right buttons for me. The graphics were great and the plot was familiar yet fresh at the same time. I had a lot of fun and was sad to come to the end. I hope Eipix is able to continue this series. The bonus chapter for the Collector's Edition was a nice one, with one of the characters whom you meet in the game, explaining how they laid the clues that your character followed in the main game. All in all, it just dovetailed nicely, and wasn't some off the wall add on chapter. I had fun and I'm sure you will too.
Date published: 2018-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game by Eipix Based on Main & Bonus Games I'm not sure why people are dragging this game, because I was very pleased with it. If they remember the old Haunted Manor games, they have better memories than me. Anyway, the scenery and graphics are spot on, crisp and detailed with a lot of beautiful indoor scenes. Lip-sync was great, voices were good, music was soothing. The setting was awesome, an old haunted house on a remote island. The story was good enough, and I much appreciate the lack of crystals, artifacts, and cowled villains shooting red lightning out their eyeballs. Puzzles outnumber HOs, and puzzles are beautifully illustrated with quite a few new ones to enjoy. HOs were traditional mostly, but several had new twists to them that were pleasing. Adventure level was very good, with some items used in unusual ways, and more than once I had to think about what to do next. Collect owls in every scene, and morphs in HOs. You can go back and find any you missed in extras. Don't forget to pet 3 kitties! It's part of achievements, and I like the quirky ones. The souvenir room is a mini-collectable hunt that is mostly interactive. Good. The main game lasts 4 hours in hard mode, and the bonus game about an hour. The latter is a prequel. Other CE bling besides those mentioned are replayable puzzles & HOs, plus the usual. Eipix, I still miss your funny comments in the credits! Is it worth a CE? Yes. The overall quality of this game is excellent, showing creativity, novelty, and a pleasing atmosphere. Plus the CE bling extends your play time.
Date published: 2018-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game! Based on entire game and bonus. I have played all the Haunted Manor games and if Eipix wants to blow the dust off this long-forgotten series then I say, "Kudos" to them. Strong, interesting storyline. A good mix of hidden object scenes and puzzles. Game play was excellent!
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from haunted mansion watch your back keep your wits about you Excellent game, love the different puzzles love the music in keeping with the game, the graphics just a little hazy add to the mystery . look for owls and morphs , morphs seem to be in the HOS scenes, a very good game , but then I enjoy haunted mansions and mystery play.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy. Enjoyed this one for the weekend. Pretty graphics. Good music. Good story. Thanks.
Date published: 2018-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WELCOME TO AN ISLAND VACATION MANOR WHICH REQUIRES ITS GUESTS TO “MAINTAIN” IT REVIEW BASED ON THE ENTIRE GAME 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 38 Pages – Time: 5 Hours OVERVIEW/BACKGROUND: Robin Harris! Get your bags packed! You are off to your 10-year class reunion! Sail off to a secluded island, the home of Covington Mansion, a mansion which never seems to age with the ravages of time. Expecting to reminisce and engage in a scavenger hunt, you will soon discover that this trip will be one of survival for you and your former classmates. Get prepared to deal with a diva – a vampiric house with a mind of its own and a rapacious appetite for company. OPINION: This is a paranormal thriller reminiscent of the old 1976 classic film, “Blood Sacrifice.” It is another escape room game combined with a slight touch of supernatural creepiness. It should appeal to those who like mysteries and the paranormal. It was an automatic purchase for me. The misty gray muted graphics provide an excellent background to this game. The pace is excellent with plenty of activities and unexpected surprises to keep you engaged. BONUS CHAPTER: It is a sequel. Meet Howard who will tell his tale of woe concerning this house. You meet him toward the end of the game; however, his story about the house is set before the story for this game. The chapter is very short. I played this chapter (without skipping the puzzles) in less than an hour. However, I do feel the puzzles are excellent; but, was somewhat disappointed by the HOP scenes. MECHANICS: EIPIX includes the usual four levels of difficulty for this game, including a customized version. There are thirteen (13) achievements. You can replay fifteen (15) puzzles and seventeen (17) HOP scenes. There are eight (8) wallpapers along with the usual concept art. There are the usual music and video sequences as well. Collect thirty-six (36) owls, twenty (20) souvenirs, and three (3) cats. Meow! There are eleven (11) morphing objects within the HOP scenes. All collectibles are easy to locate. At the end of the game you return to previous scenes to locate all the souvenir items to place in your souvenir room. The game will provide the scenes you need to revisit. HOP SCENES: There are twenty-two (22) in the game which includes mini-HOP scenes with a smaller number of items to locate. Most are lists of items with some silhouette scenes. I found the HOP scenes more creatively designed than in past games. Most require some type of interaction with the scene. There is also a rebus scene in the main game, which I enjoyed. However, many of the scenes are reused within the game. I feel that a collector’s edition game should not reuse scenes. Most have morphing objects within the scenes. I found two (2) scenes which I thought very creative. They include one in which you must locate items on mannequins which must be switched to locate all the items. There is another multi-scene one in which you must use a lever to switch the scenes to locate objects. PUZZLES: There are twenty-two (22) puzzles in the game. They range in variety and difficulty. However, I do feel the puzzles, in general, are more challenging than in many other developers’ games. This is the first time EIPIX has offered the ability to play puzzles in an “Easy” or “Hard” mode. However, that option was only available once in the demo. I do wish EIPIX would offer this option more often in their games. There are some instances where some of the actions should have been deemed as puzzle. In the bonus chapter there is a mathematical puzzle which requires some calculations to be performed before arriving at the combination to a lock. Why this was not considered a puzzle is beyond me. EIPIX also includes a few physical puzzles, which I found tedious. In one you must traverse underwater while avoiding obstacles in your path. I found this puzzle ridiculously easy as it only involves four different obstacles to avoid - all of which are easily avoided. SPOILERS: Here are samples of puzzles after the demo: A. Nonogram/Griddler puzzle. Place colored skulls into rows and columns so that the number and color of skulls matches the number and color given at the top and sides of the grid. B. Matching /Mathematical puzzle. Place beautiful orchids into their proper positions. Look carefully at the orchids and deduce their position by matching them up with given labels. Then perform the mathematical calculation to get a number for a code. C. Maze puzzle. Using water pressure, move a ball through a maze by moving the water level up-and-down to move a ball to the end of a path. D. Weights and balances puzzle. Adjust the tension in springs so that all the weights attached to the springs are centered in the middle. E. Ye old Farmer’s Field puzzle. Draw lines to segment a piece of cloth so that each section has two different colored items within them. BONUS CHAPTER F. Escape Room Puzzle. Interact and move a figurine up-and-down using ladders to maneuver it to a set of doors to escape. 2X G. Ye old calculate the liquid puzzle. Using a set of beakers, fill and empty them until getting the correct measure of liquid. 3X Increases in difficulty H. Tangram puzzle. Place all parts into a grid of a detonator without any spaces uncovered.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rocked my world I have played so many games, but this one was one of my faves. awesome story line, great graphics and music, and the puzzles could be really difficult! Bought the collector's edition, just finished the game and really looking forward to the bonus! Really worth it for me!
Date published: 2018-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Game Within A Game! Between "League of Light: The Game" and this Haunted Manor game, I like the pattern of having a character in a game that they need to escape. This has particularly good graphics, and the eyes of the characters move realistically and the mouth movements really match what they're saying. This is one of those games where you really want to know what's going to happen next and how the characters will get out of their predicament. I haven't gotten to the spooky stuff yet, but the suspense leading up to it is good. The idea of the house trying to restore itself and yet breaking itself to attack people is awesome. Pictures move, wine glasses fill themselves - all these details are great. Puzzles aren't too easy - there are good challenges in here. I hope you'll give it a try!
Date published: 2018-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mrs D This game is the best of the year! I love everything about this game. It is fresh and new, and I love how the developer created it. There is something new around every corner that the character turns. They should make lot's more of games like this and they should win Game of the Year.
Date published: 2018-05-25
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