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Ghost Master is a strategy/puzzle game where the player is a Ghost Master , a leader of ghosts who deploys and directs them to try to scare mortals or get them to help in fulfilling other tasks.
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The game takes place in various abodes and houses with the player being in charge of all sorts of ghosts and evil beings, manipulating the environment and haunting the places in order to drive out the inhabitants. Each level has different objectives, although driving people mad or scaring them to bits is usually what it comes down to. Prior to the level, the player can choose from an array of ghost he wants to take on the mission. The most crucial difference between the ghosts is their respective field of applicability. A water spirit for example can be used to manipulate sinks and bathtubs etc. The resource in the game is called plasm and is generated through fear.
Upon completing a level, the player is rated on their performance based on the time taken to complete the mission in comparison to a par time, scares in the mission, screams in the mission, and how many ghosts were "Laid to Rest." The player is rewarded in the form of gold plasm, which can be exchanged for additional powers in the "Ghoul Room".
Ghosts collected from each mission can be found in the "Ghoul Room" which can be accessed from the between mission map. This location is a mansion with multiple rooms that divides up the ghosts by their fetters.
Apart from the regular victims, the game also features priests , witches , mediums and even the ghostbreakers (which are ghost busters effectively) who can fight your ghosts in various manners.
The game was released to the Xbox and PlayStation 2 with a slightly modified name: Ghost Master: The Gravenville Chronicles.
The PC version is currently available through Steam and includes an extra mission, Class Of Spook 'Em High, not included in the physical version of the game. This mission provides a true ending to the game where the player must disable a bomb that was placed in the mansion by the Ghostbreakers, intended to wipe out all the ghosts in Gravenville. This mission was available to the European audience through a post-launch patch, but was not made accessible to the other regions until the game was released on Steam.
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Complete walkthrough of Ghost Master Act 1, including all Assignments: Haunting 101 Weird Seance Calamityville Horror Summoners Not Included
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Ghost Master: Survival is an instance based MMO that takes you on a vivid journey through the vast continent of Asia. Experience a true Asian adventure in this authentic MMO that took 3 years to develop and publish. Players can take up and role-play as demon-slaying humans, spirit taming shamans, and devout Buddhists that possess special mystical powers. Get engrossed and engaged in this immersive open-world RPG that brings you action oriented intense combat right at your fingertips. Ghost Master: Survival is available to be downloaded and installed as a free-to-play game on both the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.
In this article for Ghost Master: Survival , we will be mentioning some of the biggest and most helpful tips we were able to curate from playing the Open beta test ourselves. Along with, we have also taken into account the various tips shared by veterans of the game who successfully completed the OBT. Keep in mind that Ghost Master: Survival has still not released globally, and all the content can be changed at the eventual global launch.
Tips #1. Choosing the Right Class in the Beginning
Being an MMORPG , Ghost Master: Survival shares many of the tropes from the same, with one of them being the innate class system that each player gets to choose at the start of the game. Keep in mind that in the OBT, players were not able to switch freely between classes. Hence, the class you choose at the start of the game will remain with you throughout your adventure. It’s important that you enjoy playing with the class in case you are going to be playing the game for a long time.
Boasting 4 expansive and culturally rich classes from the Asian continent, Ghost Master: Survival is not your run-of-the-mill idle MMO but more along the lines of an active grindy game. The 4 classes, namely Shamanic Guru, Talisman, Spell, and Soul Manipulation are not exactly classes but different playstyles that you can acquire. Players can only select 1 playstyle at a time, which will remain with them till the end of the game. Choose wisely, according to the gameplay style you prefer.
Tip #2. Follow the Main Questing System
One of the biggest tips that we can supply you with would be to simply follow the main storyline in Ghost Master: Survival. This is also known as the “Main Quests” and are denoted by the yellow color at the right-hand side of the screen. Players can actively grind them to not only get juicy resources but also to unlock several of the locked game modes. These game modes are essentially going to be enhancing your progression and taking you from early game to the mid game. Some of these game modes includes the likes of Arena, Dungeons, and World Boss.
Tip #3. Increase your CP
Ghost Master: Survival makes use of the CP (Combat Power) mechanic that players need to increase on a regular basis in order to get stronger. CP is the number given to each account that determines the strength of the account. To increase your CP, the game offers a multitude of ways such as levelling up account, acquiring rare mounts, acquiring rare titles, and promoting your mounts. You can also get more CP by increasing your characters stats as well. More CP can also be acquired by enhancing and upgrading your characters skills, which will also help you get increased damage multipliers on your abilities.
Tip #4. Exploration is also Rewarding
It might seem at first Ghost Master: Survival is quite monotonous but the game is in fact, a highly diverse and instance based MMO. The game offers a variety of ways to explore the different regions of the game, with each one being beautifully crafted to resonate with the overall theme of Asian travel experience. Players will also be offered multiple side quests that they can accept for additional rewards. These Side quests are denoted by the blue color and can be taken up by you at any time.
Tip #5. It’s more when played with Friends!
Ghost Master: Survival is a team-oriented game that see’s you adventure deep into the Asian cultural realm, and fight off the impending bringers of doom to save the continent once again. Reclaim the land, and fight for glory together with your friends in immersive multiplayer game modes that test your wits and tact at every point. The game also boasts engaging features such as Master and Apprentice, Sworn Brothers, Loyal Lovers, and Marriage for multiplayer players to take part in to feel more connected within the community. Raid tough dungeons together with your special group of friends, and show off your loots on the global chats.
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Welcome to our Ghost Master Walkthrough - Game Guide. Here you will find a detailed walkthrough of the Ghost Master Game, built while playing Ghost Master Pc. Our walkthrough also includes the Epilogue Assignment Class Of Spook 'Em High. As a bonus you'll find we've also put together a complete Ghost Guide - Haunter List that details all of the powers available to your haunters and their purchase prices!
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Complete walkthrough of Ghost Master Act 1, including all Assignments:
Haunting 101 Weird Seance Calamityville Horror Summoners Not Included
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Complete walkthrough of Ghost Master Act 2, including all Assignments:
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Complete walkthrough of Ghost Master Act 3, including all Assignments:
Spooky Hollow Ghostbreakers Full Mortal Jacket What Lies Over The Cuckoo's Nest
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This complete walkthrough for the Ghost Master Epilogue assignment Class of Spook 'Em High will show you how to get through the assignment and get a Triple Jack-O-Lantern Scare Rating.
Complete Ghost Guide & Haunter List
Our comprehensive Ghost Master Ghost Guide includes a complete list of the haunters found in the game, along with their powers and the cost associated with purchasing each power.
This list of haunters and their powers will help you decide which haunter and power combinations will work best for your style of play.
Ghost Master Video Walkthroughs
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The Planchette Points To Yes
The Good The town of Gravenville isn’t taking the supernatural seriously: frat boys and sorority sisters mock the undead, a sinister professor wants to use the power of the spirit world for himself, and a bumbling trio of Ghostbreakers are running through town banishing specters with their equipment. As a ghost master, it’s up to you to change that. You must assemble a team of haunters and hit the mortals where it’ll scare them most: their homes, their police stations, their abandoned cabins in the woods. Your job isn’t over until the last sane mortal runs screaming from the city.
Ghost Master is a technically a real time strategy game, but really it’s the anti- Sims . Most levels take place on a map which offers a multilevel building. You can move the camera around in 3D and move between floors by clicking on on-screen up and down arrows. Some levels offer more outdoors (The Blair Wisp Project) while others involve a series of buildings (Full Mortal Jacket) and one standout level takes place on a cruise ship.
These levels are populated with mortals (sometimes around twenty) who move around the environments doing their own thing or reacting to what you are doing. We aren’t talking about ground-breaking AI here, but it is kind of fun watching a mortal decide to take a shower or sit down to watch TV, especially it that’s followed by the shower water turning to blood or the TV exploding. You'll have to watch out for some mortals (mediums, Ghostbreakers, wiccans, and priests), though. Either through superior technology or sympathy with the supernatural, they've found ways to banish your ghosts from hauntings. There will be an alert to let you know that a ghost is under attack, but you'll have to act fast.
The first level in Ghost Master is the aptly named, “Haunting 101.” Acting as a tutorial level, novice ghost masters learn how the haunting business works. After a mission briefing (including a fly-through of the level), you can either handpick your team of haunters or use a pre-selected team. The pre-selected team option is open throughout the entire game, but it’s more fun picking your own ghosts.
In all, Ghost Master offers almost fifty ghosts to choose from, but initially you just have a handful. There are two factors which differentiate the ghosts: their fetter and their powers. Fetters are objects or people to which ghosts can be bound. Cogjammer can only be bound to electrical appliances, Boo has free range of rooms or hallways, and Ghastly is bound to a place where violence happened. A ghost’s power is associated with its fetter: water ghosts summon rain or hail, earth ghosts cause tremors, and ghosts bound to children tend to be mischievous.
While on the surface, it might sound like you just plant a ghost in a mission and hope for the best, Ghost Master offers a fair amount of control over your ghost coupled with a bit of resource management. Ghosts can use powers to scare mortals, affect the weather, control mortals, etc, but using powers costs plasma. The plasma bar at the top of the screen shows how much plasma you have and if you start using more plasma than you have, a klaxon sounds giving you a bit of warning before you are kicked out of the haunting. Scaring mortals increases the amount of plasma you have, but ghost masters will often have to balance ghosts’ powers and bench ghosts that aren’t currently being used.
Ghosts are also receptive to orders and the more you use a ghost, the more orders it can follow. You can specify that a ghost only use a certain power or that it never does. You can tell the ghost to wait until mortals are near to use a power, or tell them to wait until a specific mortal is near.
Going into a mission, you usually have a clear idea of the main objective. “Haunting 101” just requires scaring the bejeezus out of people, so it would be hard to pick the wrong set of haunters. Later missions might require some replay to tweak the team, but more often you’ll need to find the right set of ghosts for another reason: freeing bonus ghosts trapped in a level.
Each level has a least one ghost who is trapped on the mortal plane, bound to a fetter it cannot break. Clicking on the ghost triggers a short cutscene where the ghost introduces itself and explains its plight. Clicking on it again triggers another cutscene where the ghost offers a bigger hint about what needs to happen for it to be free. Freeing these ghosts is where most of Ghost Master’s challenge comes from and you’ll definitely want to free them to swell your ranks.
After you complete a mission, you get a report of how effective you were. Points are awarded for numbers of times you made the mortals scream, or faint, or flee. Extra points are earned for rescuing ghosts and bonus points are awarded for getting the job done fast. These points are converted into Gold Plasm, which can be spent to teach your ghosts new powers. This quasi-RPG feature means that you’ll probably end up favoring certain ghosts over others, but each ghost has a starting set of abilities which makes them useful in the field.
Graphically Ghost Master doesn’t stand out. The fully 3D levels are nice, but the game has some clipping issues and (when you can see a mortal’s POV) the textures are low-res. Ghost Master has much better sound. I’m not sure if the music was composed for this game or borrowed from a library, but it works. Mortals use a form of Sims-speak, so you don’t hear the same phrases recycled. Ambient sound effects are great, as is the amount of localized effects. When you zoom in with the camera, it sounds like you are zooming in with a microphone, too. The Bad Ghost Master has a pretty big discrepancy between the difficulty of the levels and the difficulty of freeing all the ghosts on a level. For the most part, the main mission objective is clearly stated and it’s obvious what you need to do to complete it, but on a few levels, what you need to do isn’t clear and figuring out how to rescue ghosts is downright nasty. While the challenge is welcome, the game could make it a little bit clearer about ghosts can effect/control mortals and change the environment. Trial and error is nice, but if it weren’t for several walkthroughs, I could have easily lost interest on what turned out to be some of the more interesting levels.
I mentioned that graphics weren’t impressive, but they are more of a detraction when it comes to certain ghostly powers. Clutterclaws, a spidery ghost, has several levels of a spider-attack, but they looked similar to me. Blood dripping down the walls looked more like ink soaking through a paper. Weather effects: rain, gusts, tempests, all seemed muted, sounding more impressive than they looked.
If Ghost Master has any huge visual flaws, they come in terms of clipping and its result on pathfinding. Mortals routinely walk into, and through, each other. They get hung up on doorways, stuck on corners, and each other. In levels where you really need mortals to go somewhere and do something, this becomes outright annoying.
Finally, Ghost Master could have been improved with some streamlining. The fact that you really don't know which ghosts you need for a mission before the mission starts means that you'll find yourself restarting a mission to pick a better team. And levelling up ghosts is nice, but it would be better to do so on the team selection screen (when you have an idea about which powers might come in handy) rather than scouring the base for them between missions. The Bottom Line Ghost Master is a fun game and while it sounds similar to something like Dungeon Keeper , you haven’t played anything like this before. Fourteen levels may hint at a brief game, but puzzling out what to do extends the game’s length and the number of missions reduces the amount of repetition and keeps the story focused. Ghost Master’s self-awareness adds an additional level of freshness—where else can you find the Ghostbusters mixed-up with The Three Stooges, when’s the last time you played a game that referenced M.A.S.H., and have you seen a witty blend of The Evil Dead and The Blair Witch Project ?
Sadly, coming up on three years from the game’s original release, we have yet to hear of a sequel or have Empire Interactive release the tools the more-than-willing fan community needs for mods. A downloadable bonus level briefly extends the game’s life (beyond the game’s strong replayability) and clears up matters brought up by the game’s cliffhanger ending, but currently the bonus level only works for the UK release and no reliable work-around has been found for other regions.
Windows · by Terrence Bosky (5375) · 2006
Who are THEY gonna call?
The Good In the grand tradition of Peter Molyneaux, we have ‘Ghost Master’. The main idea of the game is quite simple: scare the bejesus out of unsuspecting people in their respective domiciles with your legion of ghosts.
At first you have a meager assortment of ghosts, and you will collect more increasingly powerful ghosts as you advance through the game. The ghosts belong to different classes with their own unique aspects. For example, Elemental ghosts can manipulate nature, Vapor ghosts influence emotions, Horror ghosts shock mortals with grotesque visions, etc. Within the classes, each ghost has its own individual power. The power is determined by their “fetter”, aka a tangible object or place where a ghost can be bound, such television sets, bedrooms, or thoroughfares. If you’ve ever seen the ‘Ghostbusters’ films, you’ll know all of this ahead of time.
The mechanics of the missions are very similar to games such ‘Dungeon Keeper’ or ‘Black & White’. The interface itself even reminds me of the former. It may seem a bit clunky at first glance, but if you’ve played the aforementioned games, you’ll have no difficulty.
After selecting a mission from a world map, much like ‘Dungeon Keeper’, you’ll be taken to a screen to select the ghosts you want to use for the mission, or the game can choose for you. You are administered a supply of ectoplasm, which you mustn’t waste, or the mission will fail. Once inside the mission, you must carefully place each ghost at their respective fetter in order to make everyone pee themselves with fright. As the ghosts scare the mortals, your supply of ectoplasm will increase. Of course, the opposite will occur if you’re not scaring anyone.
This game is all about power and superiority, and I often found myself laughing maniacally as the pathetic mortals ran from the locale screaming and hands flailing. The manners in which one can frighten people are nearly endless as I attempted to find more effective placement methods for my haunts. Brilliant!
In addition, many of the missions are tributes (or parodies) of famous horror films; i.e. "The Calamityville Horror". The Bad The main issue with many god games is that the mission objectives often remain the same throughout the entire game, and ‘Ghost Master’ is not immune to this. “Scare the crap out of everyone” is certainly a fun objective, but it’s the only one, and it can definitely cause boredom after a time.
The game’s camera is among the worst I’ve ever seen in this genre. Rather than following a simple-yet-effective idea with the camera angles a la ‘Dungeon Keeper’, the game gives you too many viewing options, and you might find yourself struggling with finding a comfortable viewpoint rather than having fun. I myself found the “straight down” view to be the best.
Also, if you’re expecting an undemanding type of game, you’re gravely mistaken. Don’t let the cartoonish aura fool you; this is most definitely a game of trial and error. You may have several goes at a mission before finding the combination of ghosts that works best for you. The Bottom Line This is a very enjoyable and imaginative game that puts refreshing spin on the god game genre. If you are a fan of any of Peter Molyneaux’s work, or even Will Wright (creator of Sim City and The Sims), you will positively adore this game. Just don’t expect a plug-and-play gaming experience.
Windows · by HandofShadow (49) · 2004
Not satisfied with the ending of Ghost Master ? There is an additional bonus scenario with a more "conclusive" finish that you can download. Class of Spook 'Em High is a 144M level that gives you a chance to unleash your veteran haunting force on (you guessed it) a high school. Along the way, you might also earn eternal peace for your haunters.
There is a catch however. The scenario is only for the UK release of the game (although it apparently works with some US versions also). You can find the bonus level with a web search for "bonus_Scenario.exe" (and other Ghost Master related terms).
Some U.S. editions of Ghost Master came with a coupon for a free copy of the movie Ghostbusters on DVD. The offer cost $3.95 for shipping and Handling and expired at the end of 2003.
Has references to popular horror movies like Evil Dead , Poltergeist , Ghostbusters , Sleepy hollow , Amityville Horror or Blair Witch Project . Also to TV shows like Emergency Room .
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- Official Webpage (Mac) The official product page for the Mac version of <em>Ghost Master</em> on the publisher's website, which provides a profile of the game, a trailer, hints and advice, a desktop wallpaper, a demo (English and Euro languages), and ordering information, among other such things.
- The Horror, The Horror An Apple Games article about the Macintosh version of <em>Ghost Master</em> (October, 2003).
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Scare away humans in this ghost sim
Ghost Master is a strategy game from Sick Puppies where you will need to choose between a variety of ghost characters and interact with humans to achieve specific goals. In this simulation game, you have the ability to wreak havoc and unleash a league of ghosts upon the fictional town of Gravenville.
It is filled with humor and mind-boggling puzzles for you to figure out. Much like in The Sims , certain actions done in the game can lead to unique outcomes . However, Ghost Master is more goal-oriented and requires you to create scenarios to make it past a level.
Fun gameplay and immersive world
Ghost Master artfully recreates scenes from your favorite horror films , which adds to its nostalgic feel. There are up to 15 adventures for you to go through, with each one having multiple possible outcomes depending on the choices you make. With the 3D camera, you can switch POVs between the ghosts and the humans to see what each scene looks like from a specific perspective.
Players will have to explore different areas of the town to solve puzzles and discover secrets hidden within that location. You have the opportunity to meet a number of human characters, as well. These AI-powered characters create hilarious interactions for you to watch, but they also have the ability to lead you to new locations or move objects around for you to use.
However, while the game is quite beloved for its classic gameplay, it does still have its fair share of downsides. The low resolution makes it hard to properly view the details of some settings and effects. Additionally, the pathfinder is quite a struggle to navigate . This makes it difficult to make your way around certain locations and reach your destination.
A classic you can still enjoy
In summary, there is a very good reason why Ghost Master is such a popular game. Despite issues regarding the graphics , the plot ultimately reels you in. It offers a good balance of horror elements and comedic timing. With different stories to explore within a major plotline, there’s a lot for you to look forward to while playing the game.
- Features scenes from iconic films
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Summary Grim spectres, mischievous gremlins, howling banshees, things that go bump in the night... and that's just your starting team! As an afterlife civil servant sent to Gravenville by the Haunter Committee, frighten lowly mortals from their homes and places of work in a game that puts you in charge of legions of ghosts, ghouls and spirits! Y ... Read More
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Best Comedy Horror Games Ranked (From Chuckles to Chills)
Laughter often follows unfounded fear, as a method of relieving tension. Usually, it’s just a nervous laughter, but what if it wasn’t?
This is one of the reasons the Evil Dead series has had such a lasting appeal, horror and humor go hand in hand. While most games adjacent to the genre play it straight, going for scares and tension only, there are some games which recognize the comedic potential of horror and go straight for the funny jugular.
Below you’ll find five such titles, all of which have a fair bit in common with various kinds of horror, but they provide just enough silliness and absurd to land closer to the silly side of the humor-horror spectrum.
Graveyard Keeper has one of the least funny openings to a comedy game you’ll ever see, but after that you’ll be dealing with talkative skeletons, revolutionary donkeys, and other fun NPCs.
You’ll also need to restore a rundown graveyard to its full potential and do some farming on the side, Stardew Valley-style . Thankfully here you don’t need to sleep if you have a way to replenish your energy.
It’s more comedy than horror, however, your graveyard hides a mysterious dungeon below, bats and monsters spawn at night, and you can even become a necromancer if you have the DLC. But at its most basic, it’s a management game with a silly theme and a good sense of humor.
Ghost Master could count as a reverse horror, as you are a leader for a host of ghosts and your job is making mortal lives much scarier.
Sometimes all you must do is scare them away from the haunted house of your own making, other times there is something you must first manipulate them into doing. It’s like a mixture of The Sims and Dungeon Keeper , with a bit of social engineering-based puzzles.
Ghost Master is very silly, full of pop culture references and exaggerated reactions mortals have to your scares. Even the ghosts you recruit are mostly humourous. On the other hand, some ghosts and their powers manage to be spooky even in this goofy game (looking at you, Shivers).
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To make things worse, you’re supposed to be the one who hunts the witch. Be ready for a lot of puzzles, plenty of workplace exploration and investigation, and virtually no combat ability to help you survive the dangers.
The game definitely delivers on the horror front, but there are quite a few elements which prevent it from being just a horror. The pixel graphics can look almost friendly, until you look closer, and there are some pointed jokes about corporate culture that easily cut through the horror.
Death Road to Canada
Death Road to Canada is a roguelike game about trying to escape from the zombie-overrun USA to its northern neighbor.
The journey is long, randomly generated and filled both with zombies and random encounters which might result in you being joined by other runaways. You’ll also have to scavenge for food and other resources, or your road trip will end prematurely.
Despite all this, Death Road to Canada is…cute. The pixel art designs and overstated, yet relatively simple animations make even the most intense fights look fun, and the recruitable weirdos include many thinly veiled, but legally distinct pop culture references, such Rambeux or Tortuga.
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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse is a game about starting your own zombie apocalypse.
You will eat people’s brains to turn them into undead under your command, use parts of your body as weapons and tools, and enact your vengeance upon those who wronged you and disturbed your grave in a Punchbowl, Pennsylvania in a retrofuturistic version of American 1959.
It might sound like something that could be relatively serious, but it’s not. Stubbs the Zombie is deliberately comedic, from a mockery of Patton’s speech to a dance-off against the local police chief. It’s all quite silly, highly stylized, and uses the retro-SF elements to great effect.
This concludes our list, but there are more games which do a great job introducing comedy into horror scenarios with confidence and commitment. Some are mostly comedy, other are mostly horror, while others still manage to fall into both camps equally. Hopefully they’ll be exactly what you need to make this Spooktober fun!
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Planned Release Date: 12 Dec, 2023
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About This Game
- Play together with friends, or with random dudes (Up to 4 people).
- Complete tasks together, earn money and exp together.
- Lots of different maps.
- Various tasks.
- Lots of equipment.
- Unique systems of using items.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10 64Bit
- Processor: AMD FX-4300
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: GTX 1650
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 5 GB available space
- Processor: Intel Core i5-10600 / AMD Ryzen 5 3600
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: RTX 2060
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 20 GB available space
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Skull Dash : Ghost Master
This Halloween night, when darkness falls and the eerie howls of the wind are heard, we offer a unique entertainment experience for you and your friends. Skull Dash: Ghost Master offers you an adventure filled with 8 separate horror-themed mini-games. All games contain different tasks. Try to reach the highest score by using your reflexes. Happy Halloween.
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Available exclusively for Netflix members. You’re a detective who’s been killed on the job. Now as a ghost, your mission is clear: Find hidden objects and solve puzzles to catch your own murderer. Experience a new hidden object murder mystery crime game set in haunted New Orleans — where life's never boring and dying can get downright complicated. As a ghost detective, it's up to you to conduct a crime investigation by collecting important clues, looking for hidden objects and solving puzzles. Team up with valuable allies — both living and dead — to solve the mystery of who murdered you... and why. Find clues to solve the case and deliver justice from beyond the grave. Immerse yourself in a story-driven crime mystery investigation thriller like no other, filled with countless twists, turns and surprises. Unravel your own murder mystery through fun puzzles; identify criminal suspects; hunt for clues; and meet New Orleans' most colorful characters in this supernatural mystery where nothing’s as it seems. Do you have what it takes to crack your own murder mystery? Features: • Explore vibrant New Orleans with a stunning open-world map and detailed 3D locations. • Hone your detective skills with challenging hidden object games in multiple play modes. • Play engaging match-3 puzzle games to save troubled ghosts and collect resources. • Investigate your own murder mystery by examining vital clues and using them to track suspects. Can you solve the trickiest mysteries? • Craft boosters and recipes by collecting rare ingredients. • Drive a riveting storyline of justice and redemption — your choices matter! • Challenge yourself to solve this murder mystery by finding your killer and winning the ultimate game of justice. - Created by Wooga GmbH.
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Fun, but get ready to grind..
This game is fun, but it doesn’t take long to see that this has the trappings of a F2P game. So far, the novelty has not worn off, but I wonder when I’ll get tired of playing the same thing over and over again to get all the items to assemble or solve the puzzles. Also, the Lost Soul mechanic is a welcome surprise. Could play a game of just that.
Liked it but spectral binders are too hard to earn
The game was going good, I was glad it wasn’t actually sunset and just turned into a premium nextflix game. I still HATE the spectral binders. I enjoy how easy it is to keep track, 3 colors, each for different collection types. I just can’t get enough of the green ones, which of course is for the story collections. These games (hidden city, seekers notes, etc) usually have an in game friend option where you can gift each other these items to assemble collections, but this is only by yourself, so it’s very tedious to keep getting these by searching scenes and buying them in the store. I’ve run out of coins, I was enjoying the game…sad to hit an annoying roadblock. The story is very interesting though.
As a “free” to play mobile game this is an average blend of hidden object and match 3 puzzles, with above average production values. Fine. But what is Netflix’s angle here? I don’t see how they’re going to make any money off of this, and it has no tie ins to any of their IP, so what’s the point? This all just feels so redundant. That said, I do find myself reaching for the game during the inevitable mid-season slow points of their shows, so it is keeping my eyeballs in their eco system. What a dumb future we inhabit.
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