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    House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster



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    House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster

    Post by genkicoll on Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:21 pm

    House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster
    by Alawar Five-BN

    Series links: House of 1000 Doors 1: Family Secrets, House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster, House of 1000 Doors 3: Serpent Flame, House of 1000 Doors 4: Evil Inside

    Available at:
    Alawar Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    Big Fish for PC as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition
    GameHouse Standard Edition
    iWin Collector's Edition

    A cursed gem that has left a trail of smoldering bodies in its wake is threatening the residents of the House of 1,000 Doors, prompting the head of the mystical dwelling, Gabriel, to once again summon Kate Reed to its aid. Guide Kate as she searches Tibet, Jerusalem, Madagascar and more for the artifacts that can break the power of the gem, solve a massive array of cleverly designed puzzles and find hundreds of ingeniously hidden objects. Production values that rival the quality of theatrically released animated 3D films and superbly performed voiceovers will draw you into this story of supernatural intrigue, unbounded adventure and sweeping scope. The House needs you. Will you answer its call?

    The Collector's Edition of House of 1,000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster comes with concept art, dazzling desktop wallpapers, a step-by-step walkthrough and a captivating bonus chapter that lays bare the mysterious past of Gabriel.

    • 100 locations
    • 28 mini-games
    • 15 hidden object scenes
    • Concert Art and wallpapers
    • Step-by-step walkthrough

    Big Fish's Blog Walkthrough for Standard Edition

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    Re: House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster

    Post by bribling on Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:59 am

    I purchased this with 2 credits. The beauty of this game is stunning. In fact, I often stop and just look long at the art before progressing. The beautiful graphics along with the understated almost respectful music sets the mood for a very good sequal to the first game. I must state that I am a sucker for beautiful graphics so I may have a bias here but I highly recommend this game.

    Along with the usual (now days) adventure travel back and forth to several themed locations, the haunted objects (morphing objects) return and are even harder to discover. I enjoy looking for these and seldom find them all. I have not needed Hints for the HOS. They are fairly easy and are interactive as well. Sometimes I get so wrapped up in viewing the scenes that I forget to look for objects.

    I did not Demo this but purchased it outright as I did enjoy the first game. I have not been disappointed. I have played about an hour or maybe a little more. I finished the first location, Tibet, and have just entered the second one, India. Puzzels are not difficult (have not skipped any) but may take a little thought occasionally. Some are standards - the rotating rings, the Hanoi Tower, jigsaw, etc. I am hoping for some new puzzles but even if there are none, I still enjoy these old standards.

    If you like Adventure HOGs, please try the Demo. This is a CE. Look for the SE in probably 2 or 3 weeks.


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    Re: House of 1000 Doors 2: The Palm of Zoroaster

    Post by JustTheFacts on Thu Sep 05, 2013 8:50 am

    Absolutely Excellent Sequel

    Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny 

    The first 1000 Doors was a gem, and this 2nd instalment surpasses it. Same structure for the game as before – a haunted house with an unlimited number of doors to other places. One of the best things about this game over its predecessor is the truly exotic locations for each adventure. Another is the introduction of an interactive jump map. I had no reason to use hint at all through the entire game because of this feature.

    You can take it for granted that if I’ve rated a game with 5 stars, its graphics are gorgeous, there is appropriate ambient sound and pleasant music, and that the story is sustainable. The game mechanics are excellent, the HOs are good – no microscope needed, and the puzzles are up to a high standard, but not too too hard. I’m weak on puzzles J.

    Definitely a Must Have for any HOPA fan.

    I recommend this game!

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