Reviews and Problems with House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets
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User review by Duckyohara
13 May 2012
Summary: The story line pulls you in right from the start -- author Kate Reed (who seems to spend her life in a pretty cocktail dress) has writer's block and ends up at a seance at a very special house haunted by restless spirits. There's beautiful art and great settings (including a burning house), and cool objects to look for/match up -- this is a wonderfully enjoyable game. Now if only there were a more varied musical score...
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. I found the story and plot very interesting and played it twice. Unfortunately, as of 2/16/12 I cannot find my notes. Check back later for another of my stellar reviews. Ha.
Summary: i found this game very well made and it was certianly a wild game, and very fun to play. what i liked was the suspense it creates, what is waiting for me behind this door, also what was up with the dissapearing doors that was creepy to see. i liked the extra stuff in the game such as the beyond the beyond items, you know is it a football or is it a telephone, weird stuff like that.
Summary: There're a lot of haunted house games in the market but I'm still attracted to spooky games in general, so decided to give this one a go. The game is designed well, using the successful formula of all iHOG games - HOG search scenes, inventory items and numerous puzzles. There's an extra search for "beyond" morphing objects (but you can't backtrack to get some that you missed as the game seals off areas according to chapters) and a handy interactive map that would make...