G.H.O.S.T. Hunters: The Haunting of Majesty Manor

As a new investigator for G.H.O.S.T. Hunters you have been called to Majesty Manor to investigate a possible haunting. Search the house for clues and generate a list of suspects. Then eliminate suspects as you rush between the dark, shadowy attic and the haunted rooms in a final heart-pounding race against time Will you be able to solve the mystery in time?


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I got a Majdsty bored, but it wasn't bad. I like them which is why I dredged the old games here to find one like this. You are given 15 days to investigate 19 unique locations of the Majesty Manor to solve the mystery. The help system helps in place of being too obvious. It gave me a headache trying to find this stuff because I was worried about not finishing in time, also it was blurry. The developers use some of the usual tricks in hiding the objects, mostly putting them Hauntlng a same-colored background or Major behind other objects, but overall the puzzles are well-done and provide a challenge without being overly difficult. Each level Maiesty a lot of objects and most Roman Adventure: Britons - Season One them are detractors. Good practice. Hunters does have a nice theme that makes your object hunting at least a little bit plausible. I guess ghosts like a tidy house. The time for each level is limited, but it's more then enough. Hunters features some sinister background music. Hunters is above average in terms of graphics and sound, providing a challenging environment in a good setting. Although it is repetitive, the door opening creeps me out every time.

Hunters some replay value, something that hidden object games typically lack. Overall, G. It was just the right amount of creepy. The required items are hiding anywhere you can imagine - on the shelves, on the wallpaper, on the pantings Like in other hidden-object genre games, you get time penalty for frequent random clicking. The time is limited for each level, but even with numerous time penalties it's more than enough. Though, if you are a fan of finding objects, you can choose a bonus level after each level to find the rest of the objects in every room. It's quite challenging as it's timed with limited hints. The same is with symbols and signs. The old mystery case files games although great, tend to have blurred graphics on my large monitor so this is the game I chose instead and it ran perfectly on my mac and is the reason I am now a game addict. The game does come with a number of nice features. My hidden object pedigree goes back to Highlights magazine, which I used to read while waiting at the eye doctor when I was little you know, like two weeks ago. The number of the hints is limited for a level. You have an amount of time about half an hour to find most but not all, thankfully of the objects in several rooms usually three to four. Nothing great just good fun.

The objects are bright Huntere: colorful and not too small, but near the end you do have Hauntimg use a light to find the last things to prove who the crook was. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by neilskinut from good HOS game This is an older game before all the adventure came out. Although it is repetitive, the door opening creeps me out every time. You have an amount of time about half an hour to Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist most but not all, thankfully of the objects in several rooms usually three to four. A mode with a stricter time limit would be great. The music fits the theme of the game well, and G. Hunterd: opinion on the matter was swayed by the fact-based documentary Ghostbusters. However you can try to find a battery on the screen to get an additional hint. I like that you are not locked in to a single room, as you tend to find some Hunterd: if you exit and come back later. Lots of HOS, bright, colorful and just an overall very fun game to play!


However, if you play the same level again in a new game, the object list will change and eventually take advantage of each object in the room. It's quite challenging as it's timed with limited hints. It was colorful, kept my interest and I finished it rather quickly. IT is just HOS and not bad either. Its not that it was a short game but I was so immersed with it that I did not stop playing it til I was done with it. Nothing great just good fun. The old mystery case files games although great, tend to have blurred graphics on my large monitor so this is the game I chose instead and it ran perfectly on my mac and is the reason I am now a game addict. You are given 15 days to investigate 19 unique locations of the Majesty Manor to solve the mystery. First, there is no penalty for an occasional bad guess: the game will reduce your time allotment if you randomly click around, but if you miss every once in a while there will be no penalty. My opinion on the matter was swayed by the fact-based documentary Ghostbusters. Hunters has better features than other hidden object games. The theme of the game is well done and promotes the gameplay. The time is limited for each level, but even with numerous time penalties it's more than enough. Hunters does have a nice theme that makes your object hunting at least a little bit plausible.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by retiredrn from I nearly fell asleep I had almost finished my 60 min going into room after room of hidden objects and never really got into the game to find out if there was a story. Finding some of the things may not be very easy as the items-to-find list does not specify, say, what kind of bat you should be looking for. This is a neat feature that gives G. Hunters provide a quality gameplay experience? The developers use some of the usual tricks in hiding the objects, mostly putting them against a same-colored background or partially behind other objects, but overall the puzzles are well-done and provide a challenge without being overly difficult. It was just the right amount of creepy. The same is with symbols and signs. If you got stuck with finding stuff, use the Milti-Scanner Wand to give you a hint. Rated 5 out of 5 by danweldy from Majesty Manor An older title now but a well made hidden object game. The locations are full of things of all kinds, so if you get stuck with finding something, there is the Milti-Scanner Wand to give you a hint. However you can try to find a battery on the screen to get an additional hint. I like that you are not locked in to a single room, as you tend to find some objects if you exit and come back later. The objects are bright and colorful and not too small, but near the end you do have to use a light to find the last things to prove who the crook was. Hunters has a high challenge level. As it stands, G.

I guess ghosts like a tidy house. The Good: Object list changes for successive play, good setting with creepy music, no penalty for an occasional bad guess The Not So Good: No difficulty settings, repetitive in the long run What say you? Finding some of the things may not be very easy as the items-to-find list does not specify, say, what kind of bat you should be looking for. I didn't like the dark rooms at the end but it did get a bit more exciting at that point. Like in other hidden-object genre games, you get time penalty for frequent random clicking. I recommend it for true HO fans that don't require super sharp graphics to play a game. Overall, this is an older HO game which still manages to maintain enough graphic quality to be fun if you can tolerate some graininess and stretching in the scenes. This is a neat feature that gives G. Hunters is above average in terms of graphics and sound, providing a challenging environment in a good setting. However you can try to find a battery on the screen to get an additional hint. What exactly does the acronym stand for? Its not that it was a short game but I was so immersed with it that I did not stop playing it til I was done with it. The game is played at a resolution of by pixels, which is high enough to satisfy me.

12 thoughts on “G.H.O.S.T. Hunters: The Haunting of Majesty Manor

  1. Lots of HOS, bright, colorful and just an overall very fun game to play! Though, if you are a fan of finding objects, you can choose a bonus level after each level to find the rest of the objects in every room. The Good: Object list changes for successive play, good setting with creepy music, no penalty for an occasional bad guess The Not So Good: No difficulty settings, repetitive in the long run What say you? The theme of the game is well done and promotes the gameplay. Posted by.

  2. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by bep1 from Average Hidden Object Game Not bad for a strictly hidden object game, but rather dull by today's standards. What exactly does the acronym stand for? The required items are hiding anywhere you can imagine - on the shelves, on the wallpaper, on the pantings

  3. She's been bothered by the odd noises, missing items and objects moving on their own. The storyline isn't as creative as classics such as Huntsville or Ravenhearst but it's a cute game more along the lines of Hidden Expeditions: Titanic. It was colorful, kept my interest and I finished it rather quickly. I recommend it for true HO fans that don't require super sharp graphics to play a game.

  4. After a couple of puzzles, you have an idea of what things look like and where they are likely to be hidden so the game does become easier over time. Hunters does have a nice theme that makes your object hunting at least a little bit plausible. They're different from the current HOPA games and it's fun to have both kinds to play. I had read a lot of reviews and most people said to start with Mystery Case Files games which are also good BUT I liked the clearness of this game on a large screen. Date published:

  5. I'm not overly keen on the hidden object dectector that you use when you need a hint. The graphics are really attractive and bright. Hunters has better features than other hidden object games. Will G.

  6. The music and sound effects are so good and impressive, like thunder, footsteps, whispers and creaking hinges. Though, if you are a fan of finding objects, you can choose a bonus level after each level to find the rest of the objects in every room. Hunters is pretty entertaining. This game is what got me hooked on hidden object games. You have 15 days to find the items, identify the suspects, and solve the mystery.

  7. I guess ghosts like a tidy house. It was just the right amount of creepy. Hunters has a high challenge level.

  8. The game has more replay value than a lot of hidden object games due to the randomization of the object list each time you play. Date published: I had read a lot of reviews and most people said to start with Mystery Case Files games which are also good BUT I liked the clearness of this game on a large screen. Hunters does a good job at providing challenging levels in which to do your sleuthing. Since the game deals with the paranormal, G.

  9. If you got stuck with finding stuff, use the Milti-Scanner Wand to give you a hint. The cursor changes into a wand and beeps as you get closer to an object. The locations are full of things of all kinds, so if you get stuck with finding something, there is the Milti-Scanner Wand to give you a hint. Hunters: The Haunting of Majesty Manor is rated 3.

  10. Hunters: The Haunting of Majesty Manor puts you on the frontlines against the forces of evil. I guess ghosts like a tidy house. I like that you are not locked in to a single room, as you tend to find some objects if you exit and come back later.

  11. All this gives the appropriate atmosphere to the game. Game play involves doing mostly HOS. The locations are full of things of all kinds, so if you get stuck with finding something, there is the Milti-Scanner Wand to give you a hint.

  12. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by jamz2 from Timers ugh This game was frightful only because of the timer! Hunters does a good job at providing challenging levels in which to do your sleuthing. It was just the right amount of creepy.

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