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:

The fifth? James is a detective who calls you to help him to solve cases that seem to have supernatural problems. Items are hidden at a good difficulty level; not too easy but not too hard, and there's some interaction in the HOS as well. The colors are mixed very well making it very attractive to the eye. Being an Elephant Game, the art is beautiful, crisp and well done. It is the only reason I buy Collector Editions period. The music was there but phased it out and the effects sounds were excellent. Hint button refills fast, the map on the right side allows to jump later on in the game great! Clear graphics and a sound which is not as soul-destroying like some other game music. Evaluation after playing the demo version - great game as far as I can say now, just played a few minutes and felt right in the middle of the story, curious about what will happen and what will to be done next. The HOS are the standard list type but some items do require some interaction to be found. I loved the music, it was not repetitive or boring, it was spot on. It was engaging and well-paced.

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I dont think this game has particular relation with previous Haunted Hotel games so Tradewinds Classic dont have to worry about missing out a story. Extras: Bonus gameplay, wallpapers, concept art, music, etc. This game definitely has EG characteristics: great graphics, nice VO. I missed one and was so mad at myself, as there is no reason to miss those because it has an incorporated Strategy Guide. Easy to move around, although a bit more back and forth than I cared for. You can watch a movie clip about each monster which is kept in your journal. Items are hidden at a good difficulty level; not too easy but not too hard, and there's some interaction in the HOS as well. I'm sure Battle Slots people just give low ratings for a joke. I haven't skipped any and have completed them rather quickly. Proper voice overs rather than just Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collectors Edition to read. It is the only reason I buy Collector Editions period. I loved it! Map is very useful, with clearly defined colors to mark active areas.

With a lot of ground to cover, the interactive map is helpful. I loved collecting all of the portraits for the Collectors Room. Extras: Bonus gameplay, wallpapers, concept art, music, etc. It's definitely not a simple two-dimensional game. I am now off to play this game. The fifth? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Nice Sequel to this series Played casual game mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bobbysian23 from Love Love Love! The map was interactive, so jumping was good for the running back and forth. It is the only reason I buy Collector Editions period. There is also a secret room that cannot be accessed until full version is purchased. Clear graphics and a sound which is not as soul-destroying like some other game music. Hate it when a game is crammed full of them as it distracts from the gameplay. Proper voice overs rather than just text to read.

Being an Elephant Game, the art is beautiful, Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist and well done. It's like an extra chapter to finish, with around minutes of gametime, which is Hotle: There's no real note book, but you do have a book that logs interesting items throughout the game. According to the Strategy Guide there Edihion 6 chapters, while the demo covers 2. I was a little confused though why the voiceovers were written and not lip synced, I thought they were past that. I haven't skipped any and have completed them rather quickly. The fifth? The map was interactive, so jumping was good for the running back and forth. The story is a great horror story with all you need from a good hidden object puzzle adventure game. Hint button refills fast, the map on the right side allows to jump later on in the game great! Proper voice overs rather than just text to read. There are 6 chapters and Editon modes of difficulty. The storyline grabbed me. Easy to Edtiion around, although a bit Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist back and forth than I cared for.


I love when developers take the time to create these rooms. There are three levels of difficulty which include casual, advanced and hardcore. You can't be a true Big Fisher if you give this anything less than 4 stars. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Nice Sequel to this series Played casual game mode. The HOS are the standard list type but some items do require some interaction to be found. Extras: Bonus gameplay, wallpapers, concept art, music, etc. The mini games were simple, but fit the use. Nice cut scenes, can not say a lot about the HOS I found so far, the objects are clear and easy to find. Unless it has 20 desktop backgrounds that you can SAVE and music you can download along with screensavers. This is an awesome game from Elephant games! Like many other Elephant games, graphics are top notch but story is juvenile. There's no real note book, but you do have a book that logs interesting items throughout the game.

I haven't played the other Haunted Hotel games so have nothing to compare to, but I loved the game and will buy cause it's two for one weekend. The only bad point, if I have to pick one, is that the puzzles are slightly easy. I loved it! Great addition to add to my Haunted Hotel Collection! But when I saw that this time EG is the one developing this game, I think I had to give this game a try. I was a little confused though why the voiceovers were written and not lip synced, I thought they were past that. Awesome job, Developers and thank you BFG! Map is very useful, with clearly defined colors to mark active areas. Hard to stop playing. How will it all turn out? Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collector's Edition is a great way to get the Halloween mood and be ready for the day! I loved the scenery--just breathtaking in some locations.

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13 thoughts on “Haunted Hotel: Eclipse Collectors Edition

  1. The colors are mixed very well making it very attractive to the eye. I loved the bonus game and the Secret Room--that was a lot of fun. Hint button refills fast, the map on the right side allows to jump later on in the game great! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by silverink from Fun, great artwork - loved it! How will it all turn out?

  2. You can watch a movie clip about each monster which is kept in your journal. Extras: Bonus gameplay, wallpapers, concept art, music, etc. The colors are mixed very well making it very attractive to the eye.

  3. Need to try to see if it is a game for you. This is an awesome game from Elephant games! I must say I especially loved this Collectors Edition for the fact of the replay value. I haven't played the other Haunted Hotel games so have nothing to compare to, but I loved the game and will buy cause it's two for one weekend.

  4. The mini games were simple, but fit the use. The gameplay features all the modern parts of a good hidden object puzzle adventure game. It was engaging and well-paced.

  5. I'm sure some people just give low ratings for a joke. Evaluation after playing the demo version - great game as far as I can say now, just played a few minutes and felt right in the middle of the story, curious about what will happen and what will to be done next. How will it all turn out? The gameplay features all the modern parts of a good hidden object puzzle adventure game.

  6. In this case, The Final Hotel seems to be hosting a battle of the monsters. And you find yourself in the midst of it trying to solve it somehow. The fifth?

  7. The items on the list are easy to find and it is not difficult to figure out what you need to use to complete the interactive objects. In this case, The Final Hotel seems to be hosting a battle of the monsters. Unless it has 20 desktop backgrounds that you can SAVE and music you can download along with screensavers. According to the Strategy Guide there are 6 chapters, while the demo covers 2. Great job with that!

  8. The plot is not so original, you're investigating monsters which occupying a hotel, thus it is haunted. For instance you found "5 hidden objects in 5 seconds", so you earned the vase of flowers in the achievements room. The narator and the voice overs ad a lot ot the atmophere, too. I haven't played the other Haunted Hotel games so have nothing to compare to, but I loved the game and will buy cause it's two for one weekend. Your only witness's testimony about monsters fighting for the control over the world turn our to be true.

  9. Great job with that! The Bonus Game is lengthy and challenging as well. Being an Elephant Game, the art is beautiful, crisp and well done.

  10. I must say I especially loved this Collectors Edition for the fact of the replay value. The narator and the voice overs ad a lot ot the atmophere, too. There's three difficulties to choose from, a lockable inventory a must for me! I dont think this game has particular relation with previous Haunted Hotel games so you dont have to worry about missing out a story.

  11. The HOS are the standard list type but some items do require some interaction to be found. The story is a great horror story with all you need from a good hidden object puzzle adventure game. There are collectibles and achievements and other extras. In this case, The Final Hotel seems to be hosting a battle of the monsters. Things you uncover during the course you will need later to proceed.

  12. A vampire has been staked and a werewolf has been slain by a silver sword. How will it all turn out? The items on the list are easy to find and it is not difficult to figure out what you need to use to complete the interactive objects.

  13. In this case, The Final Hotel seems to be hosting a battle of the monsters. There's three difficulties to choose from, a lockable inventory a must for me! Nice cut scenes, can not say a lot about the HOS I found so far, the objects are clear and easy to find. Unless it has 20 desktop backgrounds that you can SAVE and music you can download along with screensavers. Great visuals particularly with the morphing portraits , fun game play, a good storyline, and nice extras.

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