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Cliffstone Manor

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Enter a mysterious manor full of surprises and intrigue. Cliffstone Manor pits you against an eccentric millionaire inventor who wants to try and recruit you for his mysterious “Enterprise”. Do you have what it takes to solve all the puzzles and meet his challenges? Even if you do succeed, will you accept his offer? Find items and test your wits against mind bending machines that put all of your senses to the test.

Cliffstone Manor is a fun, challenging, room escape adventure. Test your skill against a wide variety of puzzles that will put your exploration skills, listening, and logical thinking to the test.

• No sudden movements or violent, unexpected camera changes! Cliffstone Manor has been designed for maximum VR comfort. Every effort has been made to
minimize nausea.

• Lots of items to find and use!

• Complex, quirky machines to master.

• Challenging puzzles that involve light, sound, and critical thinking.

• Unique controllers that provide gameplay feedback

Cliffstone Manor uses flashing light effects. Gamers who are sensitive to this should be cautious.
Sprocket Crash Games
Sprocket Crash Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i7-3820
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980, AMD Radeon R9 290
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1100 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590, AMD FX 8350
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, AMD Radeon RX 480
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1100 MB available space
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Cliffstone Manor Kind of tied me up. (Played with HTC Vive) At First we are in a Basement, and a mysterious Guy tells us he wants to test our Skills. To do that, we are supposed to escape from his House, and that's easier said than done. Even if the Graphics aren't perfect, it serves its Purpose. The Puzzles are not too simple and coherent in themselves. Tips are not available during the Game, so if you're stuck, then it's right. But if you look around, you should find all the Solutions, even if it takes a little longer. For the first Room I took almost 1 Hour (partly also because of Stupidity, probably goes faster) and was surprised that it went further. Addendum: I had reported beforehand on a Memory Bug that did not allow me to continue playing. This one is now fixed and you can take over your old Score. Room 2 I haven't finished yet, but it continues in customary Fashion. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi as Curator: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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In Cliffstone Manor Of Sprocket Crash Games, we are in the Villa of an eccentric Millionaire who would like us to be a Member of his Team. To test us, the mysterious, always Shadowed figure locks us in his Mansion. We now have to solve the distributed Puzzles in the different rooms in good old old Escaperoommanians to prove that we have what It takes to be included in this obscure Group of the Owner ... The Game offers full Roomscale combined with Teleportation, a good Choice, because the Rooms are sometimes very large. Graphically, the Title looks excellent, especially in the Field of Escaperoome games, which often have a rather minimalist Graphic Style. The Puzzles are creative, even if they are sometimes repeated by Principle, merely the Lack of Clues, can be somewhat frustrating for Beginners of the Genre. Sometimes you have to take a little Break when you don't see the Forest for the trees anymore;) The Game does not offer the Player a body-close inventory, but you can place items you need on certain Trailing areas in the Room so that you have the "Hand" free again. Or you can use the Object directly, if you already know what for. This System is just a bit confusing, but it makes Perfect sense and fits in well with the Flow of The Game. Normally I find it disturbing when the Player has no Hands, but only the Controllers are displayed. At Cliffstone Manor, however, we do not have hands, but two interesting Tools that are extremely lovingly and detailed, so it does not bother that you don't see hands. -I'm not quite sure why we got these Devices, but they fit very well into The Setting. :) All in all, Cliffstone Manor is a very good, beautiful and story-based Escapoma-adventure In medium Difficulty. recommendation. More Reviews from the Mansion: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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