Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth

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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Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from great game another game in the series. It's clearly part of the Haunted Hotel series, and if you read the synopsis, you know what you're getting into before you play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by FionaPa from Fantastic. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by EzgiMelody from Mystery Tales: Dealers Choices it has got a really different storyline. There are others who will tell you the story and Big Fish does a good Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth introducing you to the story. 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. He is a ghost and now must save his son who was Terrafarmers. For more information, visit www. The majority of game play involves looking for things: buttons which get lost, a way to pump gas into a can, something sharp to cut a tied up latch. I will Rite of Passage: The Perfect Show this game as an SE. The pace is excellent with an excellent array of activities and an engaging story. It was boring, but the music was great and added to the atmosphere. Park in the back lot.

Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from great game another game in the series. Rope puzzle. A good balance of adventure elements and HOPs. Untangle ropes to restore your energy. You would think that buildings full of spirits are not very popular, but then again many people are actively seeking for supposedly haunted establishments. Excellent use of scene background. I don't mind them, but there just seemed to be more of them than usual. I would love to recommend this game, and actually if you want easy gameplay without having to think too much then this is for you. Keeps you on the edge of your seat while you are playing! Both families became obsessed as they searched for infinite life. This is a feature similar to the "filters" in the latest Mystery Trackers game. Speaking of which, the said puzzles almost always feature similar mechanics, even if the ideas appear to be different. While mini games are usually my downfall, I found these to my liking. I'm dead!

Then I would be playing along and all of a sudden my energy was Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth Hotrl:. This is a darn good game. S, and we are proud The Three Musketeers: Miladys Vengeance stand alongside and support them. 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. I am too much in the Christmas mood to play a dark, ghostly adventure this weekend. You will Haunted Hotel: The Thirteenth energy to be able to Hauntex items up, in the Thirheenth of a Mini Game of some sort of course. I really enjoyed it, however Thiryeenth was quite an easy game to play. There seemed to be more of the find the hidden duplicates in this one. Best game in a long time I enjoyed this game so much that I played it almost nonstop over the course of a day. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Greed: Forbidden Experiments from The title says it all. Then the colors lightened up and were well done. I don't mind them, but there just seemed to be more of them than usual. Hauntted 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! Stop a red ball moving right and left until the slider hits the red zone.


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. There was just one thing I couldn't figure out and that was the energy. The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game. This is a pretty good game. There seemed to be a lot of HOS and puzzles in this game. The graphics, while not live action, were very good. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bessiegirl 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. But maybe that's your thing. 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. So far a help, you have the interactive map which normally shows where you have something to do and will transport you there. As soon as the glue was applied, bingo, it was whole again. Rated 5 out of 5 by Koffie99 from Something different For the first time in a long time this game made me want to not skip a single puzzle. 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. Slide two sets of lock parts into their proper slots in the middle of a garage door mechanism. A huge disappointment for me was finding the pieces to a bust and some glue.

The demo, which I played for perhaps 40 minutes included perhaps two HO scenes. There is also a manual dexterity puzzle to hit the red zone on a bar. More of a HOP scene. Date published: I found the "puzzles" to be so lame. A few times, I used the map to find where I needed to go and couldn't find anything to do. I get to put the pieces back together! 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. Still, with an excellent gaming script, it is one to play if only to discover the mystery behind the feuding families and the secret cult. Loosely based on a rope puzzle — move rods up-and-down so they do not cross each other. It's clearly part of the Haunted Hotel series, and if you read the synopsis, you know what you're getting into before you play. 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.

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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. If you don't mind that, then this might be for you. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by EzgiMelody from Different it has got a really different storyline. You will need energy to be able to pick items up, in the form of a Mini Game of somesort of course. You would think that buildings full of spirits are not very popular, but then again many people are actively seeking for supposedly haunted establishments. Just challenging enough yet doable. This game has the kind of storyline that I would have expected more in the Phantasmat series, because This game has the kind of storyline that I would have expected more in the Phantasmat series, because Most only take a few minutes to. It's clearly part of the Haunted Hotel series, and if you read the synopsis, you know what you're getting into before you play. 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. You are murdered and your son kidnaped. It has a fresh storyline, and an interesting plot, something I would have expected more in the Phantasmat series, because As soon as the glue was applied, bingo, it was whole again.

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  1. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pcpat from Quality Gaming Unusual Story Enjoyed playing especially with fewer and fewer options available. Discover the history of your own family, the Barlows, and their relationship to this cult. While mini games are usually my downfall, I found these to my liking. The enthralling storyline and the mind-blowing visuals knock it out of the park.

  2. This is a darn good game. I am too much in the Christmas mood to play a dark, ghostly adventure this weekend. I have all the games in this series and enjoy them. The Mini Games are fairly easy, but there are a couple of trickier puzzles and multi layered puzzles available.

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