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The Last Crown: Midnight Horror

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Halloween: the veil between our world and the 'otherside' is at its weakest. Witches celebrate Samhain, a Celtic festival from the old religion, conjuring the dead and communing with the spirits. Nigel Danvers, ghost-hunter, knows all about the ghosts that dwell in the darkness, he has seen plenty to convince him there are dark forces at work. So, why is Halloween so different? Dusting down his old ghost-hunting gadgets, Nigel gets to work. Something is haunting the guest rooms above the local harbour side pub, The Bear. Who or what hides in the shadowy corners of the old Inn? What is the presence at the end of the Harbour Wall? Nigel has one night to find out, before the veil returns to full strength, and the Halloween Horror is gone, for another year.

  • A classic point and click adventure.
  • An intermezzo between The Lost Crown and The Last Crown: Blackenrock.
  • A story driven plot by Jonathan Boakes (Dark Fall, The Lost Crown).
  • Test your detective skills to uncover a paranormal mystery.
  • Utilise an array of ghost-hunting gadgets to see and hear the spirit world.
  • Interact with the Saxton locals, in your pursuit of the truth.
  • Dabble in the Dark Arts, on Samhain, like the witches of old.
  • Collect ghostly evidence, to scrutinise for clues.
  • Play several Halloween Party games, many with a supernatural twist.
  • Practise your Psychometry skills, with local white wicca, Nanny Noah.
  • Full cast audio and music, plus atmospheric sound effects.
  • Play Trick and Treat, at your peril!

The Last Crown : Midnight Horror is playable in 2 formats -
• 1280 x 960 (HD+ 4:3 ratio, for regular screen displays)
• 1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 ratio, for wide displays and laptops)

Both formats have Windowed mode or full screen, changed via Settings. Save games are not compatible between formats.
Release date
Darkling Room
Iceberg Interactive
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista
  • Processor: 1.5 Ghz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128 MB DX 9.0c compliant video card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DX 9.0c compliant soundcard
  • Additional Notes: Playable in 2 formats - 1280 x 960 (HD+ 4:3) or 1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 wide displays and laptops)
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: 3.0 Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256 MB DX 9.0c compliant video card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DX 9.0c compliant soundcard
  • Additional Notes: Playable in 2 formats - 1280 x 960 (HD+ 4:3) or 1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 wide displays and laptops)
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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After the terrific "Lost Crown-A Ghost Hunting Adventure," this little Adventure bridges the Wait For the Sequel "The Last Crown: Blackenrock." As in the first Part, the photograph-based black-and-white backgrounds impress And condense the Atmosphere in the English Coastal Village. The lovingly told Story, in turn, turns Ghosts and the mysterious Past. Since the Game is more of a "Transition product" or a Halloween special, which is played out in about 4 Hours, €4.99 is priced just like that on the Border.
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For fans of The Last Crown Series, it's a ' Appetizer ' on the HOFFENTLICH BALD upcoming Blackenrock. The ultimate "horror aspect" may be missing a bit here, but to head to Saxton a few Hours, the Game is definitely the Right and attractive enough. The World of The Last Crown is the most fascinating thing I've ever seen in the Game world. Questions about Questions I would like answered. Jonathan Boakes takes a lot of Time, but hopefully will NOT READ us (Fan Base). I want to go back to Saxton ... Definitely!
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This game (DLC?) was a nice Addition to the Main Game "The Lost Crown." I enjoyed visiting the small Town of Saxton one more Time after finishing the Main Game. New Questions have been raised, to which we will probably only get Answers in Blackenrock. So The Tension remains. Due to the fact that a smaller Area is available in this Part, the Footpaths also remain short and the Continuation of the Story Was so much more fluid and pleasant than in the Main Game (a lot Of Rumgerenne, no Way to skip Running Sequences). If you like the first Part of the Series, you also like this little Sequel, which you can let stand as a Short Story like that. However, it must be Said-for those unfamiliar with this Series or the Darkfall Series-that these are very classic Point & Click games with a far from rapid narrative Flow. You Have to like it. I like it. And I eagerly await the Sequel, Jonathan!
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The Last Crown: Midnight Horror is another Adventure in Saxton with Nigel, Lucy, Nanny Noah and the other Residents. However, this Game is just a short, rather funny and atmospheric rather than creepy ghost hunter episode set on a Halloween night at the big Party in Saxton. Nigel has meanwhile set up in Cottage harbour and you can see what has happened in the Meantime. The Atmosphere of the small Town Of Saxton is unique and you immediately feel at home again. :) You get through the Game fluidly and The operation of the ghost hunter gear has become easier, the Characters look more vivid than in the first Part (Nigel doesn't stare so terribly anymore) and the Scenes are lovingly set up. Only with the German Subtitles I had a few Difficulties, so the Genders and Names are often exchanged In Conversations or Nanny Noah instructs you to cook sage and Lime leaf, while the Game only sage and Laurel As the right Solution Lets through.
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