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House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster Collector's Edition

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Summoned by the Spirits!

Return to a sinister, unsettled House ...very different than the one you remember. The power of a cursed gem has unleashed a murderous plague that extends far beyond the Houses walls; and you must employ your psychic abilities to stop these evil spirit using your seek & find skills.

Break the power of a cursed gem!

Travel to exotic locations throughout the world in search of the artifacts that can destroy this wicked presence. Solve a massive array of cleverly designed puzzles and ingeniously hidden objects as you unravel in this story of supernatural intrigue, unbounded adventure and sweeping scope.

The House needs you.

Will you answer its call?Features:
  • Discover dozens of hidden object scenes and ingenious mini games
  • Search for clues and return harmony to the house
  • Explore stunning locations and experience amazing animations on your quest for the truth
  • Experience indelible characters in a compelling story
  • Collector's edition includes bonus gameplay, integrated strategy guide and concept art!
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Alawar Entertainment
Viva Meda
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz processor or faster
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compliant Sound Card
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House of 1000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster Collector's Edition reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Bought By Chance. It is the Second Part of the 1000 Door Saga. The First Part Family Secrets was Also a Piece of jewellery for Knobler. And even at the Second Part I can claim to step on my Feet without anyone: One Of the best Hidhand Object games I've played. The Story is very well told. The Graphics are lovingly painted and the Puzzles are also easy to understand. Best of all, the Puzzles could be solved even without deft Mouse Wobbling. There should be an extra Thumbs up for that. The Bonus adventure is also well thought out and has been Lovingly brought into the Game. It is true that Graphics from the Main Game were used. Nevertheless, the Developers have still created their own Room for Manoeuvre. I had a total of 6 Hours of pure knob and Play fun and I wanted to say Thank you here for that.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
For that it was the Successor of the first Part, I was a bit disappointed, The Setting was very ticked off And compuded, without any Emotion and the Story was really not captivating. As usual, The Hidden Obmets were consistent and tidy. I liked the Extra Story and the Artwork was used to being beautiful to look at (if you refrains from the 3D Animation of the Main Character) SPOILER The Spirit Aid from the first Part does not take place at all, instead there is a quick Search by several Areas instead. Where the Story captivated me in the first Part and I felt Sorry for the Spirits, I missed the Backstories here. Everywhere ware can be Found everywhere as usual, but except that they died due to a cursed Stone, you don't experience anything, there is little exciting that the Places change. I just lacked the Feeling of having done something when an Area was done, as it was in the first Part with the merger of the Couples.
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While this Hidden Object Game isn't quite as good as some of the Competitors, it doesn't do anything grossly wrong and plays pleasantly. The Disadvantage for this Title is that the Puzzles are very simple and experienced Players will Solve them within a very short Time. The Title is more narratively implemented, although I actually Enjoyed the Bonus chapter the Most. Playful and graphical, the Game can compete well with other Games of the Genre, only with the Puzzles it is a little trouble, they are just well below the average Level of Difficulty. My Playing Time of five Hours is also not pure Game time, had to pause the Game in between for some Time, but it continued in the Background. So I would estimate at average Playing Time of 3-3.5 Hours. Just a typical Time for Hidden Object Games. If you don't expect one of the best Games now, you won't be disappointed here, because the Game is always solid and a Pass is definitely Fun.
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