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Hotel Anatolia

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What would you do if the hotel you checked in for the night turned into a death trap?
Hotel Anatolia is a short, terrifying horror game which is about a man trying to run away from his past. You will put yourself into Aras' shoes and check into Hotel Anatolia at midnight with your wife. You are tired and you will fall asleep without a thought in mind. What would you do if you find the hotel in ruins, drenched in blood and filled with horrifying creatures lurking in the hallways when you wake up ? Your wife is missing, you have to find her and get out of the hotel.

  • In Hotel Anatolia your choices will affect the game's flow and the endings
  • When you finish the game, you can play the game again with different choices and have a new experience,
  • This game presents an atmospheric horror experience with its creepy atmospher and background story,
  • The monsters are not the only thing threatening your life, you should be careful about your choices.
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Elven Workshop
Elven Workshop
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 98/XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • Processor: Intel Pentium III 800 Mhz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Russian
Product received for free "Hotel Anatolia"-Short horror quest. Our hero stayed overnight at the hotel with his wife. Waking up he discovers blood everywhere, and his wife is gone. He has to find her and get out of the hotel. But we'll have to hurry. Unknown, dangerous creature goes on his trail... A Good quest for "RPG Maker", but very short. Eyes Strain excessive darkness. I Want a little light in this dark hotel. Sounds scary, get on your nerves. Riddles of medium complexity. I Did not like only the first one, in which it is necessary to decipher the code to the castle by sounds. Always tense such sound riddles, I prefer to solve drawings. The Rest of the riddles boil down to finding keys and doors to them. There are Many moments in which you have to make a choice, which boils down to the fact that you pass the game on or die. Several times will have to banal to run away from the monster. Not a Bad game to pass the time. Too dark and short, but it was still interesting to play. The Genre of horror is rare on such engine, as "RPG Maker". I would like to see achievements and collectible cards. Then the game could pass again.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
The Hotel Anatolia is a simple Turkish horror on the RPG Makere. Also a fast "perfect game" with cards. Plot. The Story of a guy named Aras, who went with his wife on a honeymoon, and thus turned into a hotel called Anatolia. The Hotel in which at night, there are terrible things. In General, the usual horror stories on the topic "How harmful to sell the soul, every mysterious strangers." Gameplay. "In Hotel Anatolia your choices will affect the Sam's flow and the endings"-in fact there are only two choices-to answer politely \borzo another person and save \ Betray his wife. The Rest is a simple game on the RPG Makere, in which we read the notes, find the keys to the rooms, which are the keys to other rooms, occasionally run away from the monster, and plus one puzzle on the topic of Morse code. You can Go through the whole game in 15 minutes, with all the achievements in half an hour, minutes 45 maximum. Graphics and sounds. Standard Assets RPG Maker'a (there are many games with the same figures and objects), plus eternal temen. Well, "disturbing" sounds. Play really better in headphones, so atmospheric. As a result. Easy, fast horror, behind which you can spend a short break, at the same time getting another "perfect game", plus cards. Not a masterpiece, but you can play. 5 rooms out of 10 http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1126176713 P. S: If this review was useful for You put like, and also add friends and subscribe to me as a curator-Reviews online
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