During a road trip your friend's daughter is kidnapped by a mysterious man at the Penumbra Motel, the scene of murder and strange occurrences 50 years ago. You must head into the heart of madness to not only find the girl, but unravel the mystery haunting the descendants of the Penumbra family and the Motel grounds. 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:
Dark Alleys: Penumbra Motel Collector`s Edition meilleur 2015
You do need to scan the Collectoe`s and look for things you need to interact with, but it makes sense to use certain items for certain tasks. The only minus I had found - there is no map and hint does not show direction, only "here is nothing", but I can live with this. I was elated. The story line is interesting, the voice overs are very well done and the graphics are decent. Col,ector`s don't go in for downloading the music, or having screensavers, or seeing the concept art, Collcetor`s that's just me - I have no use for things like that. I would have bought it also. There are also strange locks on several doors, that are apparently somehow magic-modified, opened with war medals. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by zoie from Finally Jeweller: The Cursed Treasures adventure game with out hidden object Scenes I was o the verge of canceling my Big Zumas Revenge membership because I simply could not take one more HOG with endless hidden object scenes. Cut scenes were well done. Dark Alleys: Penumbra Motel Collector`s Edition do not want to say too much cause I do not want to spoil it for anyone who has not played yet. I am really very annoyed about Alles:. I also like the ghost scenes, which can sneak up on you here and there and give you a few Collector`w hairs, but there is a bottle for that I just replayed Moai: Build Your Dream and had a blast once again.
It was a lengthy game and having played it over a number of days, I lost track of actual hours. I bought this game back in and played it through and loved it!! The SG strategy guide is also at the right. There are no HOS - for those who are wondering. Loved this game and the graphics are superb! The story begins with a road trip on Route 66 to take your best friends daughter Monica to visit her ailing grandmother. There are also strange locks on several doors, that are apparently somehow magic-modified, opened with war medals. On the whole, minor issues aside, I really, really loved it! There is a little trunk that constantly plays mini scenes on the bottom, from the war, and you have to find film reels which you can play there too. Many of the puzzles were of the "move things into the right slot" variety, which I'm not always terribly good at, so sometimes I took a sneaky look at the built-in Strategy Guide, which was helpful. Also you need to collect medals, which also go in the trunk. Not only that
There were a few times where I missed something in a scene and had to use the strategy guide to figure out what it was. It is fun to play! It is kind of easy to keep track of things and inventory items, and having only played about 2 hours into the New Yankee in Pharaohs Court 6 I have not seen a HOS, which I kind of miss. A winning game that I am sure I will replay again sometime. Over 50 years ago Zack Penum axe murdered his entire family in cold blood, his wife Ellis, daughter Mary and her boyfriend, and the eldest son Jack who had just returned from the war.
How can someone create such a fine game and not have enough imagination to give it an equally fine ending. The CE also has collectible war medals and a task bar with listed objectives. Don't let that put you off, however, because if - like me - you love exploring spooky streets and spooky houses, this is a game I think you'll definitely want to play one way or the other. Not only that If you are sick to the point of ad nauseam as I am of HO scenes, you will appreciate this one. We all know how it ends, why would it end any other way? Lots of different rooms and scenes for variety. A body was never recovered for the youngest member of the family, 11 year old Frank Penum, could he be the one responsible for taking Monica, and why?? Minimal running back and forth. The objects you collect are used, so you are not walking around with items in inventory that are of no use. I think there would have been a far better atmosphere to the game if the music had been spookier. It was hard to take a break from playing because I was feeling Mary's anguish and just had to unfold this mystery and free her soul!
There are no HOS - for those who are wondering. So happy to stumble upon this gemstone!!!! To me, they bring the momentum of the game to an abrupt and screeching halt. SE version, hard mode I loved it! Its the first ERS game that I have played that actually takes place in relatively contemporary times. The graphics aren't the bright and colorful gorgeous eye popping graphics instead they are a little dark which fits perfect for this game and the time period the game is set in although they aren't the gorgeous eye popping graphics they are still awesome and just fit this game so well. The only difference is what is happening throughout the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Juju38 from Fantastic!! But the girl is kidnapped and the whole area does not look like at first. The setting for the game is a ramshackle old hotel, with ramshackle streets and ramshackle rooms, but that's right up my street so I loved it. As you pull into what appears to be local gas station, little Monica decides to buy some snacks but as she reaches the entrance, a strange man abducts her and locks the door! Car has an accident, you are inside with daughter of your friend and stop at the motel maybe to get help or to buy a snack. The SG strategy guide is also at the right.
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I love adventure games so this is up my alley. I bought it right away and I think it's going to be a really long game and a total blast from start to finish. That was the only real debbie downer I can think of. I also like the ghost scenes, which can sneak up on you here and there and give you a few grey hairs, but there is a bottle for that I'm so glad I purchased this one it's one I wasn't dare going to let slide by. Everything is timeworn, crumbling, and strange things happen and ghosts are haunting the area. Looks like a good game to play. Great job ERS keep more like this coming. Great length of play and the bonus was a good hour of extra play. This game has live action characters in the cutscenes, and - shock horror! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smoovasbutter from Decent effort This game reminds me alot like Fright, right down to the use of real actors. If anyone can recommend more HO free games like this one except for large file , I would be very grateful. It is fun to play! There is a bit of back and forth but you're not all over the map which I don't remember- i don't think there is a map to show you where you are.