Reviews and Problems with House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster
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User review by Hairymary
25 December 2012
Summary: I have enjoyed both of Alawar's House of 1000 Doors games. They are not brilliant games, but are engrossing and entertaining. Nothing really dark and gloomy about these games and the stories are very original. Graphics are crisp and clear, music is on a loop but suitable to the theme.
Summary: I loved this game. Great scenery, puzzles, and objects to find. When finally enter the big mansion, you walk through a long hall. On the walls are spaces for paintings. You have to find all the keys that go to each painting; and then you walk through the painting to another dimension and look for...
Summary: Travel to ancient Tibet, the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, Pirate frequented Madagascar, India, and (if you get the collector's edition) the great northern Viking lands. Solve puzzles and hunt for objects to unravel the mystery of the House of 1,000 doors.
Summary: Well, i thought I would give 4.8, but here we go. I played collectors edition and liked the bonus game even more than the main one, but the end was a bit...inconclusive. The main game starts with a ubiquitous car crash and imposing old house (oh, no!
Summary: Loved this one. I always appreciate all of the small details and this game had many.Fireballs zipping around, butterfies flying by, seagulls by the water, crabs moving sideways in the sand and bats that flutter when you click on them... just to name a few.
Summary: This is an excellent game! You don't have to have played the first to enjoy this one, but it does help you to understand what's going on, since the story is a little strange. At first I was thinking, "Oh no, another car crash and spooky mansion game...
Summary: This is the 2nd offering from the "House of 1000 Doors" series. It doesn't matter if you've played the 1st game before as this 2nd one isn't a continuation of its predecessor, though it would surely help as you then know who the characters referred to in the game are.
Summary: I had my doubts about the game during the first 20 minutes or so. But then the story did suck me in. And I was rewarded with four gorgeous adventures, together making up the story. It was playful, cheerful with excellent HO scenes, great adventures, fine sceneries.