Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collectors Edition

You and your renowned partner James have been called to investigate a strange disturbance at a hotel, but the maid says the guests are all monsters. What’s happened here, and does she really mean that literally? This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

It's like an extra chapter to finish, with around minutes of gametime, which is good! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Nice Sequel to this series Played casual game mode. However, who wants to be stuck for hours on an impossible puzzle anyway. The music was there but phased it out and the effects sounds were excellent. The mini games were simple, but fit the use. How anyone could give this a low rating is beyond me. This is an awesome game from Elephant games! Now the hotel is quite a paranormal place filled with all kinds of creatures. Clear graphics and a sound which is not as soul-destroying like some other game music. Awesome job, Developers and thank you BFG! The gameplay features all the modern parts of a good hidden object puzzle adventure game. Unless it has 20 desktop backgrounds that you can SAVE and music you can download along with screensavers. With a lot of ground to cover, the interactive map is helpful. Hint button refills fast, the map on the right side allows to jump later on in the game great!

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Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collector's Edition

But when I saw that this time EG is the one developing this game, I think I had to give this game a try. The only bad point, if I have to pick one, is that the puzzles are slightly easy. There's quite a lot of thrill as you progress through the story. Your only witness's testimony about monsters fighting for the control over the world turn our to be true. Also, the hint button filled in a decent amount of time and could be used outside of the hos where it specifically told you what to do. Lengthy and captivating, gamers will enjoy the bold, creative hand-drawn artwork, puzzles and hidden objects all the while working away to rid the hotel of some very bad mojo. James is a detective who calls you to help him to solve cases that seem to have supernatural problems. I was a little confused though why the voiceovers were written and not lip synced, I thought they were past that. You can watch a movie clip about each monster which is kept in your journal. The map was interactive, so jumping was good for the running back and forth. There's no real note book, but you do have a book that logs interesting items throughout the game. Not me! However, who wants to be stuck for hours on an impossible puzzle anyway. The bonus contents are the usual, and these days EG like to incorporate "Secret Room" in their extras and this one is no exception. The Bonus Game is lengthy and challenging as well.


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Very clear graphics, Played mostly through Chapter two so far, and am enjoying the multiple layers of the story. I loved the music, it was not repetitive or boring, it was spot on. The Bonus Battle Slots is lengthy and challenging as well. I'm sure some people just give low ratings for a joke. With a lot of ground to cover, the interactive map is helpful. The fifth? Found a book in one of the mini games that explains that two best friends had a falling out and became more concerned who could best the other. Great job with that! There's six chapters plus the bonus. I'm only just over half way through and I've War Chess going for 3 hours already so looking like a good long game. It's like an extra chapter to finish, with around minutes of gametime, which is good! I bought this game after just 10 minutes. Not me! I like when achievements are put into a room of their own and you earn objects that count as your achievements. The hos scenes were typical and list only on the ones I played with interactive items to be found.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silverink from Fun, great artwork - loved it! The colors are mixed very well making it very attractive to the eye. I haven't skipped any and have completed them rather quickly. The HOS are the standard list type but some items do require some interaction to be found. I'm sure some people just give low ratings for a joke. Gameplay is quick and smooth, and there's loads of areas to investigate. Extras: Bonus gameplay, wallpapers, concept art, music, etc. There are 6 chapters and 3 modes of difficulty. I loved collecting all of the portraits for the Collectors Room. You are summoned with your partner to investigate a hotel where something quite outstanding has happened. It's like an extra chapter to finish, with around minutes of gametime, which is good! The plot is not so original, you're investigating monsters which occupying a hotel, thus it is haunted. The player controlled character is like a Watson to James' Holmes and as usual, James orders you around and you do all the work.

The Bonus Game is lengthy and challenging as well. The map was interactive, so jumping was good for the running back and Charma: The Land of Enchantment. However, who wants to be stuck for hours on an impossible puzzle anyway. There are three levels of difficulty which include casual, advanced and hardcore. This story seems to be related to what is happening at the hotel. Good cut scenes and a nice opening. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silverink from Fun, great artwork - loved it! This game definitely has EG characteristics: great graphics, nice VO. The game's look is excellent. The narator and the voice overs ad a lot ot the atmophere, too. Unless it has Edution desktop backgrounds that you can SAVE and music you can download along with screensavers. The music was there but phased it out and the effects sounds were excellent. It was engaging and well-paced.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MixailV from A must have! There is also a secret room that cannot be accessed until full version is purchased. Nice cut scenes, can not say a lot about the HOS I found so far, the objects are clear and easy to find. There are 6 chapters and 3 modes of difficulty. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bobbysian23 from Love Love Love! The HOS are the standard list type but some items do require some interaction to be found. I loved the HOScenes, fantastic, I loved the mini games and they were all full of fun. Very clear graphics, Played mostly through Chapter two so far, and am enjoying the multiple layers of the story. However, who wants to be stuck for hours on an impossible puzzle anyway. A vampire has been staked and a werewolf has been slain by a silver sword. Loved this game and it is deff worth paying for the CE! There's three difficulties to choose from, a lockable inventory a must for me! It is the only reason I buy Collector Editions period. This is an awesome game from Elephant games! Hate it when a game is crammed full of them as it distracts from the gameplay.

7 thoughts on “Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collectors Edition

  1. Not too many HOS which is good. Not me! Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from WOW, just a great game!! All of which were in this CE with the exception of the Screen Saver. Happy gaming to all fishies!

  2. Map is very useful, with clearly defined colors to mark active areas. Found a book in one of the mini games that explains that two best friends had a falling out and became more concerned who could best the other. The Bonus Game is lengthy and challenging as well.

  3. However, who wants to be stuck for hours on an impossible puzzle anyway. Good cut scenes and a nice opening. The narator and the voice overs ad a lot ot the atmophere, too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silverink from Fun, great artwork - loved it!

  4. I liked the Achievements room as well. The storyline grabbed me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MixailV from A must have!

  5. This game definitely has EG characteristics: great graphics, nice VO. There's three difficulties to choose from, a lockable inventory a must for me! The music was there but phased it out and the effects sounds were excellent. There's quite a lot of thrill as you progress through the story.

  6. The hos scenes were typical and list only on the ones I played with interactive items to be found. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Nice Sequel to this series Played casual game mode. The Bonus Game is lengthy and challenging as well. Inspired by Sherlock Holmes but with a supernatural theme.

  7. Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collector's Edition is a great way to get the Halloween mood and be ready for the day! I am now off to play this game. Good cut scenes and a nice opening.

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