I found this game on the Melting Mindz website and decided to try it. It was quite challenging and so I looked to the available video walk through for help. I didn’t like it so I chose to make a kind of mapthrough for it. Here it is:
This mapthrough is full of spoilers, be warned!
I really liked the look of this game.
I missed posting this game when I did the update because I had misnamed it. Here it is now:
Fun for the whole family!
Violent Hill Sanatorium, I really enjoyed this game, so much so that I decided to make a ridiculously over the top title for it. That doesn’t make any sense I know. Here’s the mapthrough:
Spooky fun for the whole family!
PS; Sanitorium is an acceptable spelling for sanatorium.
PPS; The background image is a detail from a photo of one of the buildings comprising the Beelitz sanatorium but who exactly took this picture is difficult to say. I’ll credit Andre Govia. It shows up in this blog entry.
Mountain View Escape is a rambling game wherein we seem to learn that the difference between a strom and a storm is that a strom brings sunshine! Anyways, here’s the mapthrough:
Fun for the whole family.
Sneaky Hawaiian Escape is a large game with new puzzles and well hidden items like the one I missed but was pointed to by aridza over at Escape Games 24. Now it’s time for the mapthrough:
Fun for the whole family
Haunted House of Orbs is on Odd Soul. It’s a wee game but it is fun to watch the spooks, and although you don’t gain anything by doing so, try using the flashlight in the room I call Dim Storeroom. Here’s the mapthrough:
I tried diligently to find the source for the images in this game and only found references to other games and sites showing pictures of urban decay. I suspect that they come from a spooky game but I’m not sure.
Bermuda Beach Escape is on Yizzim and loads quickly. Just a heads up, the wrench is well hidden on a white couch. While I’m at it, the clue in “U” is well hidden in the trash can. Here’s the mapthrough:
I’m too embarrassed to admit which thing gave me trouble, suffice it to say that small-tool over at Escape Games 24 solved it for me. Fun for the whole family.