Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope Collector's Edition
A simple trip to the sports games turns into a terrible nightmare, as you and your family get lost in an endless maze, where behind every corner lurks a bloodthirsty serial killer – Jeffrey.
Escaping the grasp of death, you will meet other unfortunate people who have met the same fate. Going against all odds, you will give your everything to protect and save them.
Embark on a journey filled with twists and turns, and learn how an innocent child can turn into a monster that no one could even dream of.
Can you put an end to Jeffrey’s sick reign and restore peace in the town of Collingwood? In any case – giving up is not an option!
April 8, 2016
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Hidden Objects Vs. Match 3
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Souvenir Room & Bonus Video
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
You were on a trip to the sports games with your brother when you stopped by an abandoned gas station and got hit with a shovel. The next thing you know is you are trapped in an underground cellar and a psychotic owner of the gas station, Jeffery, is trying to kill you! Can you and other prisoners escape from this underground maze before Jeffery gets to you?
If you are familiar with the Phantasmat series, then you would know the level of creepiness that you can expect from this sequel. But unlike its predecessors, Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope plays more like a thriller than a horror. While the dark and dreary atmosphere still managed to give us the chills, the added sense of urgency is nothing like we have experienced before in the series.
What mainly contributes to the excitement of Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope is the epic production. The game featured top-notch graphics and some stunning artwork, each scene is filled with an incredible amount of details and adorned with impressive visual effects. Given the amazing visuals, it is quite disappointing to see that the animations are not as great. Characters sometimes appear to be a little static and their movements are often awkward, this goes the same for parts of the cutscenes.
Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope is a fun game through and through, although not a very unique one. The gameplay in Town of Lost Hope strictly follows the formulas set by the previous installments, and Eipix’s HOPAs in general. Thus, the adventure part of the game remains quite simple and the hidden object scenes are those that we have seen before. Still, Eipix finally gave us some difficult puzzles this time – even though some of them seem to require more patience than actual brainpower.
It took us about four hours to complete the main game of Phantasmat: Town of Lost Hope, a standard length for a HOPA game. The bonus chapter tells another interesting story from a different point of view, it lasted around an hour. The Collector’s Edition comes with all kinds of extras; a strategy guide, wallpapers, soundtracks, cutscenes, a bonus video, achievements, collectibles, a souvenir room, replayable hidden objects, puzzles and match 3.
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