Ghost Towns: The Cats Of Ulthar Collectors Edition

Upon arriving in a strange city, you find the citizens ready to burn Menes at the stake in Ghost Towns: The Cats of Ulthar! Wander the streets of Ulthar and discover what Menes did that got him in so much trouble in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Find out why the citizens worship cats from ancient times and try to save Menes from his gristly fate in Ghost Towns: The Cats of Ulthar! 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:


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Date published: The graphics were gorgeous, the HOGs just hard enough. I liked the story. There are tons of items you get to pile up in your inventory and lots of back-and-forth things to do, but this wasn't nearly as annoying as it is in some games Lucky Luke: Transcontinental Railroad you aren't presented Christmas Wonderland 3 an entire sprawling world to back-and-forth over. Each chapter one of several jigsaw-style puzzles appear — all easy. I found this one which I must have demoed but passed up. I really feel like I got my moneys worth, the graphics and the story are really good. Graphics were good, enough of an adventure to keep you busy and not stressed, very relaxing. I hope to see more from this DEV. Nice story line, few HOG screens, puzzles different from usual games. There is a fair amount of seek and find adventure, a few puzzles and mini-games, but this is a HO adventure. I knew after the trial period I had to buy it. I really enjoyed that you are going threw so many scenes and your kept very busy. This is just a fun game all round. I am more than likely to buy this in the future.

The locally revered cats suddenly go crazy and attack and kill an old mad couple. So I played the trial finally and was sorry when it was over. Extra Game Play was worth it too many of them are not and completes the story. This would make a great game for people just starting to play hidden object games. Rated 5 out of 5 by J9CT from love cats!!!! Anyway I liked the story and the length of time to play this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 40blue from Cats Rule I almost didn't get this game because of reviews, that mentioned below par artwork. They did a very good job on the sound and looks of the cats. Date published: Had to use your head and remember where to use things you found -- so there was some back and forth -- but -- it made you think!!! It's just a very small town, so it wasn't anything to cry about. The level of challenge presented is right in the middle; there were a few puzzle that were pretty challenging and maybe even one or two that I skipped, but not impossible. I hope to see more from this DEV. Viewed in that light it is a bit of light-hearted fun. I recommend it as a buy.

Please can we have more by these designers! Date published: I really enjoyed this game and would absolutely recommend it as a game to Towwns: at full price! I really feel like I got my moneys worth, the graphics and the story are really good. Also; the fact that this game worked with my computer to play in windowed mode is another plus Secret of the Royal Throne my book. Very good Coplectors for your dollar! Menes, a young vagabond, is accused of using magic on them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jata from Awesome game! Took a lot of the grind out since my memory is bad and the next area to be in was quite a few Tradewinds Classic away. The hint system is great because it Collevtors you where to go next because it's back and forth all Last Resort Island time and quite frustrating that you're going round and round looking for one item and having to go all the way across the village just to use 1 item. It was a good way to spend an afternoon. Absolutely Love the Cat Theme! Beautiful Graphics and Music. They did a very good job on the sound and looks of the cats. I had 6 games credits and I needed a game so I looked for past games that were Teh CE's.


Music is usually first thing I turn off, this game I have left it on the entire time, as it is a soothing type of music. I have a few unanswered questions about certian aspects of the storyline, but it was definitely not an intentional cliff-hanger. Each chapter one of several jigsaw-style puzzles appear — all easy. I like games in which achieving goals helps to move positive action forward. They did a very good job on the sound and looks of the cats. I really enjoyed that you are going threw so many scenes and your kept very busy. Absolutely Love the Cat Theme! There is a fair amount of seek and find adventure, a few puzzles and mini-games, but this is a HO adventure. This would make a great game for people just starting to play hidden object games. For the price it was a great buy. I thought the game was very good and had quite a lot of content. It was relaxing enough for me to go through 2 times.

However the game, kept my interest, and I loved looking for the cats, you must collect during the game. I do recommend this game. Highly recommend you give it a go! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 40blue from Cats Rule I almost didn't get this game because of reviews, that mentioned below par artwork. It kept you on your toes as to where you had to go next. Okay art work could have been better in spots, it looked like someone had outlined parts of the drawing, and added extra lines to some areas. It had an excellent variety of puzzles and subplots to figure out and was generous with giving you the option for hints. Music is usually first thing I turn off, this game I have left it on the entire time, as it is a soothing type of music. Loved this game and loved the storyline including the task of finding all the cats but the constant meowing of the hint cat drove me insane! A slight downside was that I felt the ending could have wrapped up some loose ends a bit better Story line is a pleasant difference from the horror genre of late. A few of the puzzles I really had to use my head as it was random and the strategy guide didn't give a solution. Sure the graphics were not top notch in all scenes - but I think it was done on purpose as some were "cartoonish". I enjoyed the unraveling of the mystery and the bonus game just wrapped everything up.

It features a mix of hidden object and adventure style gameplay. There are tons of items you get to pile up in your inventory and lots of back-and-forth things to do, but this wasn't nearly as annoying as it is in some games because you aren't presented with an entire sprawling world to back-and-forth over. Please can we have more by these designers! I liked the surprises that you get at the end and the extra play was a nice surprise of the length of time it took. The hint system is great because it tells you where to go next because it's back and forth all the time and quite frustrating that you're going round and round looking for one item and having to go all the way across the village just to use 1 item. It's just a very small town, so it wasn't anything to cry about. Menes, a young vagabond, is accused of using magic on them. Also; the fact that this game worked with my computer to play in windowed mode is another plus in my book. I thought the game was very good and had quite a lot of content. I liked the story. Hint button was great, when you hit it cat meows, sounds likt the real deal. I am more than likely to buy this in the future. I liked it because it wasn't stressful just entertaining.

7 thoughts on “Ghost Towns: The Cats Of Ulthar Collectors Edition

  1. I really love this game, it reminds me of a Dark Dimension's game. High quality game IMO. Good storyline with a suprise ending. I am a cat lover what can I say.

  2. I really liked the way that the sister is so worried about her brother and is not willing to give up on him. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by avril from Purrfect fun for anyone I only played the 1 hour trial, but it was enough to keep me interested. It was relaxing enough for me to go through 2 times. Please can we have more by these designers! No boring, long dialogues.

  3. No boring, long dialogues. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Juju38 from Brilliant game! The storyline works well for this game, not that I'm partial because it involves cats. I liked the surprises that you get at the end and the extra play was a nice surprise of the length of time it took.

  4. Have FUN!!! Each chapter one of several jigsaw-style puzzles appear — all easy. Well worth the money. It features a mix of hidden object and adventure style gameplay.

  5. I really enjoyed playing this game and love the cat theme. The hidden picture scenes and mini games are challenging but not to hard. I also loved the kitten on the hint button, he was swating at butterflies, licking paws and if you poked him he meowed. There is a fair amount of seek and find adventure, a few puzzles and mini-games, but this is a HO adventure.

  6. Also; the fact that this game worked with my computer to play in windowed mode is another plus in my book. Music is usually first thing I turn off, this game I have left it on the entire time, as it is a soothing type of music. However the game, kept my interest, and I loved looking for the cats, you must collect during the game. The hidden picture scenes and mini games are challenging but not to hard. Yes the graphics aren't top quality but I think it wasn't meant to be, it really suited the story-line.

  7. I liked it because it wasn't stressful just entertaining. Most of the other puzzles were pretty easy. I found this one which I must have demoed but passed up. The locally revered cats suddenly go crazy and attack and kill an old mad couple.

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