Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page

Elephant Games invites you to check into another Haunted Hotel – hope you packed your courage! A prolific horror writer invites you to a desolate hotel for an interview. But when you and your partner, James, arrive, the place is completely empty… and completely creepy. As you wander the darkened halls looking for the author, you start to see impossible things, monstrous things, things that could only come from the mind… of a prolific horror writer. Is his world coming to life? Or is something more sinister going on? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!


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The CE is worth the money for the end chapter, the main game will leave you in a cliff hanger otherwise, so I recommend going for the Hauhted Edition. And the story-line is also as it should be in this kind of game. Thus, the storytelling turns out to be disappointingly boring and leaves a lot to be desired. The first 2 reviews this morning were not very happy or joyful, so I was prepared to be disappointed yeah, Moai: Build Your Dream bought Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page game anyway Pae you root for your team even on Funny Pets days. Upon your arrival, you discover that Carpenter has transformed the hotel into a world of nightmares with monsters from his novels creeping around every corner and sinister elements intertwined with the very environment. When Hotdl: Hotel was a property of Specialbit Studio, it Iron Heart 2: Underground Army captured a creepy horror vibe through an incredibly atmospheric production. I do not even understand what. Also make every effort to collect all the figures, Hauntedd won't get a chance to go back and look for them again when you finish the game. Beware, if you don't get things accomplished in the correct sequence in the bonus chapter, you can't finish the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by funnyg from Love this game I am Hauntrd very good at these games but, I love them so I am always looking for something challenging but not to hard cause not very good. The level of challenge is spot on, not to easy, but not to hard either. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from How to beat horror Pagw writer's Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page I love the Haunted Hotel series but only really enjoy them if James is in it and he is in this one - wonderful! The right kind of atmosphere, the graphics, the sound and voice acting all sublime. Thank you for such a great game.

Replays on hops and mini-games. All-in-all a must buy for fans of the series. Creepy monsters, "ghost" child, lots of twists and turns, I forget how many cool scenes - the Other Side is awesome - great HOS', terrific graphics even if the dev team got a couple of their monsters mixed up , no complaints at all. I liked the same part Thank you for such a great game. I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game! Usually, if he played some part, he deleted it as soon as he passed, despite the fact that they were interesting. Fantastic addition to the Haunted Hotel series - thank you Elephant Games! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by funnyg from Love this game I am not very good at these games but, I love them so I am always looking for something challenging but not to hard cause not very good. Upon your arrival, you discover that Carpenter has transformed the hotel into a world of nightmares with monsters from his novels creeping around every corner and sinister elements intertwined with the very environment. I am loving everything about this game so far! This is my new favorite game on Big Fish Games! The CE is worth the money for the end chapter, the main game will leave you in a cliff hanger otherwise, so I recommend going for the Collector's Edition. I love the special effects and the extras galore.

In general, I really liked the game, so I recommend it to everyone. The music is brilliant - especially when doing a hidden object scene or mini game. It was up to the usual high standards of artwork, music, and animation that sets Elephant Games apart. This is a Argonauts Agency: Glove of Midas game and one of the best games in the Haunted Hotel series! When Haunted Hotel was a property of Specialbit Studio, it always captured a creepy horror vibe through an incredibly atmospheric production.


The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also not much more complex, with the level of challenge kept to a minimum. Creepy monsters, "ghost" child, lots of twists and turns, I forget how many cool scenes - the Other Side is awesome - great HOS', terrific graphics even if the dev team got a couple of their monsters mixed up , no complaints at all. Some back and forth but don't they all have that? I liked the same part Once it got transferred to Elephant Games, the series steers more toward the campy side of horror, which has so far yielded mix results. I am loving everything about this game so far! The music is brilliant - especially when doing a hidden object scene or mini game. Well I play the easy level and it is just enough challenge for me. Thank you for such a great game. The first 2 reviews this morning were not very happy or joyful, so I was prepared to be disappointed yeah, I bought the game anyway - you root for your team even on bad days. The exception is the 14 and 16 parts if you do not take into account this game , they lingered a little longer. When Haunted Hotel was a property of Specialbit Studio, it always captured a creepy horror vibe through an incredibly atmospheric production. But this time I was a beta tester, enjoyed the test drive, and wanted to see what others had to say. I love the special effects and the extras galore. I meet James at the Prime Hotel to meet a horror story writer.

Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has some good moments, but simply plays it far too safe to warrant a higher rating. This is a brilliant game and one of the best games in the Haunted Hotel series! Brilliant puzzles and lots of collectibles - more games like this please! Love you to pieces, Elephant Games, Merric Shank, and everyone else on the team!!! But this time I was a beta tester, enjoyed the test drive, and wanted to see what others had to say. Also make every effort to collect all the figures, you won't get a chance to go back and look for them again when you finish the game. All-in-all a must buy for fans of the series. The exception is the 14 and 16 parts if you do not take into account this game , they lingered a little longer. The crisp graphics and detailed artwork are indeed wonderful, but more creative ideas could definitely be added because as it is, there is nothing that distinguishes this installment from any of its predecessors. And the story-line is also as it should be in this kind of game. Beware, if you don't get things accomplished in the correct sequence in the bonus chapter, you can't finish the game. I love the Haunted Hotel series but only really enjoy them if James is in it and he is in this one - wonderful! I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game! Creepy monsters, "ghost" child, lots of twists and turns, I forget how many cool scenes - the Other Side is awesome - great HOS', terrific graphics even if the dev team got a couple of their monsters mixed up , no complaints at all. The rather weak storyline could have been saved if the gameplay was at least engaging.

Morphs in the scenes The level of challenge is spot on, not to easy, but not to hard either. It was up to the usual high standards of artwork, music, and animation that sets Elephant Games apart. Thus, the storytelling turns out to be disappointingly boring and leaves a lot to be desired. In general, I really liked the game, so I recommend it to everyone. Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has a standard length of roughly four hours with a minute sequel bonus chapter. The background music is appropriately creepy and the sound effects are stellar, if only the actual feel of the game measures up to this level. Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has some good moments, but simply plays it far too safe to warrant a higher rating. This is my new favorite game on Big Fish Games! I do not even understand what. The crisp graphics and detailed artwork are indeed wonderful, but more creative ideas could definitely be added because as it is, there is nothing that distinguishes this installment from any of its predecessors. Once it got transferred to Elephant Games, the series steers more toward the campy side of horror, which has so far yielded mix results. All-in-all a must buy for fans of the series.

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12 thoughts on “Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page

  1. Replays on hops and mini-games. Well I play the easy level and it is just enough challenge for me. It has a thrilling plotline, great CE content, lovely characters and a soundtrack to match it all! The background music is appropriately creepy and the sound effects are stellar, if only the actual feel of the game measures up to this level. I am loving everything about this game so far!

  2. The exception is the 14 and 16 parts if you do not take into account this game , they lingered a little longer. The game is so fun and my favorite part is the games inside that game and there are lots of them. I liked the same part

  3. Usually, if he played some part, he deleted it as soon as he passed, despite the fact that they were interesting. The rather weak storyline could have been saved if the gameplay was at least engaging. Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has some good moments, but simply plays it far too safe to warrant a higher rating.

  4. Fantastic addition to the Haunted Hotel series - thank you Elephant Games! I had to replay the bonus chapter because I could not obtain an needed object at the end, this is an obvious bug--but after checking the strategy guide and online sources, I was able to do things in the proper sequence and finished the game off. Thank you for such a great game.

  5. Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has a standard length of roughly four hours with a minute sequel bonus chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from How to beat horror story writer's block? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by soursweets from Haunted Hotel Brilliance The handsome James Blackthorn is my favourite game character ever! When Haunted Hotel was a property of Specialbit Studio, it always captured a creepy horror vibe through an incredibly atmospheric production. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also not much more complex, with the level of challenge kept to a minimum.

  6. It has a thrilling plotline, great CE content, lovely characters and a soundtrack to match it all! I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game! In general, I really liked the game, so I recommend it to everyone. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also not much more complex, with the level of challenge kept to a minimum.

  7. Thus, the storytelling turns out to be disappointingly boring and leaves a lot to be desired. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from How to beat horror story writer's block? Graphics are fabulous too! Haunted Hotel: Beyond the Page has some good moments, but simply plays it far too safe to warrant a higher rating. The CE is worth the money for the end chapter, the main game will leave you in a cliff hanger otherwise, so I recommend going for the Collector's Edition.

  8. The exception is the 14 and 16 parts if you do not take into account this game , they lingered a little longer. It was up to the usual high standards of artwork, music, and animation that sets Elephant Games apart. All-in-all a must buy for fans of the series. Creepy monsters, "ghost" child, lots of twists and turns, I forget how many cool scenes - the Other Side is awesome - great HOS', terrific graphics even if the dev team got a couple of their monsters mixed up , no complaints at all.

  9. The first 2 reviews this morning were not very happy or joyful, so I was prepared to be disappointed yeah, I bought the game anyway - you root for your team even on bad days. Once it got transferred to Elephant Games, the series steers more toward the campy side of horror, which has so far yielded mix results. I love the special effects and the extras galore.

  10. Morphs in the Secret Room The background music is appropriately creepy and the sound effects are stellar, if only the actual feel of the game measures up to this level. I am loving everything about this game so far! I do not even understand what.

  11. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also not much more complex, with the level of challenge kept to a minimum. Graphics are fabulous too! The music is brilliant - especially when doing a hidden object scene or mini game.

  12. The CE is worth the money for the end chapter, the main game will leave you in a cliff hanger otherwise, so I recommend going for the Collector's Edition. I love the special effects and the extras galore. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by funnyg from Love this game I am not very good at these games but, I love them so I am always looking for something challenging but not to hard cause not very good.

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