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Huntsman: The Orphanage (Halloween Edition)

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Welcome to the Halloween Edition v1.03!

Take a deep breath, dim the lights, put on your headphones...

Non-linear first-person gameplay lets you explore Grimhaven Orphanage and discover the characters who once lived there – voiced by Dan Bull, Chuck Huber and Raychul Moore, plus a multitude of other great voices from around the world - some of which we discovered through our global YouTube auditions!

We call this ‘alt horror’ because it has no graphic violence, blood or guns. As the player, you have no defense... however, you must show empathy and courage to save the twelve missing orphans. This is a game for people who like to explore, listen, think and solve - and play cat and mouse in a dark and scary maze. Listen to the nineteen personal creepypasta-style stories to piece together the mysterious events of that fateful night in 1898, when twelve orphans simply... disappeared! Now with shorter (30-60 sec) in-game stories to enhance the tension and new plot twists when you least expect them! And don’t panic story lovers! The full stories are still there – on the menu page and somewhere within the game… if you know where to look!!

Find the twelve orphan’s mementos and place them on the correct headstones to set the lost souls free. Did we mention the headstones are in a hedge maze? Custom-created by a ‘Ripley’s Believe-It-Or-Not’ Maze Master? No problem! But first you’ll have to find the key... Are you up to the challenge? Did we mention the Huntsman… in the maze… stalking you? Did we mention he may also be lurking in Grimhaven Orphanage?

So – how fast can you turn and run? Well you won’t know ‘till you check it out! So go do it! Have fun!! Scare yourself as much as you want (maybe you should keep the hallway light on…!)

This is a Free Upgrade for all our Steam key holders and supporters of our Black Friday Edition – THANK YOU!
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista
  • Processor: Intel 2.6 GHz single core
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 & DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA).
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Please note that the game does not run on most integrated video cards such as Intel GMA. It also requires at least 256 MB of video memory to run smoothly.

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Leopard
  • Processor: Intel/Mac 2.6 GHz single core
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 & DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 256 MB shared or dedicated RAM (ATI or NVIDIA).
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Please note that the game does not run on most integrated video cards such as Intel GMA. It also requires at least 256 MB of video memory to run smoothly.
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Microsoft from Spain
Adventure of Miedito, but without adventure or Miedito. It's about giving you a night walk through an old abandoned orphanage, because you see you're a loser with nothing better to do. As you are half Gili, instead of flashlight you light up with the mobile phone, but eye, a mobile phone with a battery from another planet!, because kids, the battery is never finished. We Can Take a thousand laps, but the game is based on 3 things:-Traverse The sites looking for a handful of objects. -Take Those objects to the graves of their owners. -Listen To audios. Do You find it exciting and adventurous to go to the cemetery with your mother to bring flowers? Don't you? Well, neither is the game. It Is an endless of boring and audio tasks without the slightest interest. As They want the label of "Adventure", complicate it a little by putting the graves... in a maze! Something Super Practical. Yes, sir. Besides, there's no plane worth it. You Have to go drawing it you, and it's something I hate. It'S a way to lengthen the Facilona game. In Addition, occasionally appears a bug in equal parts between human-Spider-Leg orthopedic that if you see him, he stays still and does nothing, while you close your eyes and die (or whatever), but you load the game and continue. Well that, that is a game that in the end bored because what you have to do is a handful of tasks without interest. It'S Scary. Some interest will have to visit graves... None. But the game is pending updates. Then you are also pending that I reconsider my analysis. If I'm a kooky goth who visits graveyards at night, will I like the game? You'Re crazy. You might like anything.
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After more or less two years, I started writing this analysis. The reason? I Was bored, no more, no more. I'm Not going to lie to you. But What is true is that the analysis is correct. Another thing that is also true, is that I will not say anything that can not read already. Is that everybody complains about the same thing. It'S hard face to call this a Game. It Is a poor game with little and no interactivity where the most time consuming is memorize the labyrinth in which they are the belonging of the dead people you have to take to his grave to "release" (Or so I understood) Outside of that , which is very boring anyway.. It Is a WalkingSimulator (walking Simulator) because your Enemy "enemy" (The Thing Aracnida style Doctor Octopus of Spiderman that explodes on the cover of the "game") Because it is the only thing more or less rescueable or striking, the only thing "interactive" that neither Much because as it appears, disappears is not so enemy, as you can rub the leg that will give you a hug more than anything else. Pretend to be a game saying have a "spectacular plot" that has good voices known in the pictures that tell you a wonderful story (First there are so many pictures that, well, if one or two is accepted, not bad.. But that the game is based on that? SERIOUSLY?!) And the reality is that it is more entertaining to put you to read an audiovisual book, where at least you listen to the story you want. Here you are looking to play, not to listen to a book. What pathetic way to fill a bit the THING is called game where what you have to do is memorize where the objects are in a maze and take them to finish. Two years Ago, I played it For 27 minutes. Today, I'm not going to add a single second. And If you buy it, make it think it's a book, not a game. Greetings to everyone. Very good days/evenings/nights.
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