Electronic Theatre In-depth Review: Haunted Domains

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Electronic Theatre ImageAlawar Entertainment has built a strong reputation for delivering quality causal entertainment products. Often aping the simplistic mechanics bygone videogame genres and adding a lick of fresh paint, the likes of Farm Frenzy and Jewel Quest haven’t been considered pioneers due to their originality, but rather due to the confidence behind their production and the position in the market. Alawar Entertainment’s latest title, Haunted Domains, borrows this successful template and applies to it a charming and surprisingly deep personality, aimed perfectly at the young end of the Halloween audience.

Immediately upon starting, Haunted Domains offers the player the option of selecting either Normal or Challenging difficulty settings; an overarching setting that affects all modes. Needless to say, as a game ofElectronic Theatre Image time management, the Normal difficulty can quickly grow to be taxing enough for even experienced gamers, and so the Challenging setting has surely been designed only for those who regularly follow Alawar Entertainment’s output.

Two games modes are available, interlocking with a third incredibly basic but inviting game option. The basic ‘play’ option presents ten levels of increasing difficulty, with basic a target score and an expert score to achieve. The set-up of Haunted Domains is very similar to the standard mechanics of a time management game, with players in charge of a hotel run for creatures of the night. Ghosts, witches and Dracula himself will wish to stay, and players must attend to their needs in as swift a fashion as possible to earn the required funds to successfully complete the level. Organising their movement between the floors and their limited inventory slots with the expected requirements of delivering meals and carrying luggage, amongst other requirements, players will soon learn the patterns required from each guest type, and will begin placing their guests in specific rooms to cater for the most direct routes through objective types.

The player can upgrade certain features of their hotel in order to improve the speed of their avatar or entice the guests to wait longer for tasks to be completed. More than this however, players can upgrade rooms in Electronic Theatre Imageorder to receive more funds both here and in the Boarding House. The Boarding House ties each feature of Haunted Domains together, with the central conceit being to rebuild the area and create your own customised boarding house for wandering creatures. The options available to the player here are very limited, and only a couple of evening’s play time will be enough to fully upgrade your boarding house, but nonetheless it’s a nice tie for Haunted Domains’ various modes.

Endless Shift is the other main gameplay mode, and should be fairly obvious in its additional mechanics from its given title. The player begins from scratch with five lives, with every disappointed guest taking one of the player’s chances. An endurance mode that picks-up-the-pace all too quickly for some, Endless Shift is undoubtedly where the bulk of the player’s time will be spent once the ropes have been learnt.

Haunted Domains is a pleasing looking game, with well-animated cheerful sprites and, despite it’s commonly drab appearance, the horror theme is presented admirably in a colourful cartoon-inspired environment. AnElectronic Theatre Image interesting animated comic presentation sets the scene in the basic ‘play’ gameplay mode, and it’s a surprising shame that this avenue wasn’t explored further, as Haunted Domains really features little else by way of plot.

Haunted Domains is a time management game that checks all the right boxes, and does it with a fair degree of personality. It may not be set to break any records, but it certainly deserves to be a comfortable performer for Alawar Entertainment this Halloween. Much like the company’s most common output, Haunted Domains is a familiar gameplay experience that is elegantly presented in a charming package, and for that it will undoubtedly command the same interest from younger, ‘casual’ gamers.

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Alawar Entertainment has built a strong reputation for delivering quality causal entertainment products. Often aping the simplistic mechanics bygone videogame genres and adding a lick of fresh paint, the likes of Farm Frenzy and Jewel Quest haven’t been considered pioneers due to their originality, but rather due to the confidence behind their production and the position in the market. Alawar Entertainment’s latest title, Haunted Domains, borrows this successful template and applies to it a charming and surprisingly deep personality, aimed perfectly at the young end of the Halloween audience.

Immediately upon starting, Haunted Domains offers the player the option of selecting either Normal or Challenging difficulty settings; an overarching setting that affects all modes. Needless to say, as a game of time management, the Normal difficulty can quickly grow to be taxing enough for even experienced gamers, and so the Challenging setting has surely been designed only for those who regularly follow Alawar Entertainment’s output.
Two games modes are available, interlocking with a third incredibly basic but inviting game option. The basic ‘play’ option presents ten levels of increasing difficulty, with basic a target score and an expert score to achieve. The set-up of Haunted Domains is very similar to the standard mechanics of a time management game, with players in charge of a hotel run for creatures of the night. Ghosts, witches and Dracula himself will wish to stay, and players must attend to their needs in as swift a fashion as possible to earn the required funds to successfully complete the level. Organising their movement between the floors and their limited inventory slots with the expected requirements of delivering meals and carrying luggage, amongst other requirements, players will soon learn the patterns required from each guest type, and will begin placing their guests in specific rooms to cater for the most direct routes through objective types.
The player can upgrade certain features of their hotel in order to improve the speed of their avatar or entice the guests to wait longer for tasks to be completed. More than this however, players can upgrade rooms in order to receive more funds both here and in the Boarding House. The Boarding House ties each feature of Haunted Domains together, with the central conceit being to rebuild the area and create your own customised boarding house for wandering creatures. The options available to the player here are very limited, and only a couple of evening’s play time will be enough to fully upgrade your boarding house, but nonetheless it’s a nice tie for Haunted Domains’ various modes.
Endless Shift is the other main gameplay mode, and should be fairly obvious in its additional mechanics from its given title. The player begins from scratch with five lives, with every disappointed guest taking one of the player’s chances. An endurance mode that picks-up-the-pace all too quickly for some, Endless Shift is undoubtedly where the bulk of the player’s time will be spent once the ropes have been learnt.
Haunted Domains is a pleasing looking game, with well-animated cheerful sprites and, despite it’s commonly drab appearance, the horror theme is presented admirably in a colourful cartoon-inspired environment. An interesting animated comic presentation sets the scene in the basic ‘play’ gameplay mode, and it’s a surprising shame that this avenue wasn’t explored further, as Haunted Domains really features little else by way of plot.
Haunted Domains is a time management game that checks all the right boxes, and does it with a fair degree of personality. It may not be set to break any records, but it certainly deserves to be a comfortable performer for Alawar Entertainment this Halloween. Much like the company’s most common output, Haunted Domains is a familiar gameplay experience that is elegantly presented in a charming package, and for that it will undoubtedly command the same interest from younger, ‘casual’ gamers.

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Alawar Entertainment has built a strong reputation for delivering quality causal entertainment products. Often aping the simplistic mechanics bygone videogame genres and adding a lick of fresh paint, the likes of Farm Frenzy and Jewel Quest haven’t been considered pioneers due to their originality, but rather due to the confidence behind their production and the position in the market. Alawar Entertainment’s latest title, Haunted Domains, borrows this successful template and applies to it a charming and surprisingly deep personality, aimed perfectly at the young end of the Halloween audience.

Immediately upon starting, Haunted Domains offers the player the option of selecting either Normal or Challenging difficulty settings; an overarching setting that affects all modes. Needless to say, as a game of time management, the Normal difficulty can quickly grow to be taxing enough for even experienced gamers, and so the Challenging setting has surely been designed only for those who regularly follow Alawar Entertainment’s output.
Two games modes are available, interlocking with a third incredibly basic but inviting game option. The basic ‘play’ option presents ten levels of increasing difficulty, with basic a target score and an expert score to achieve. The set-up of Haunted Domains is very similar to the standard mechanics of a time management game, with players in charge of a hotel run for creatures of the night. Ghosts, witches and Dracula himself will wish to stay, and players must attend to their needs in as swift a fashion as possible to earn the required funds to successfully complete the level. Organising their movement between the floors and their limited inventory slots with the expected requirements of delivering meals and carrying luggage, amongst other requirements, players will soon learn the patterns required from each guest type, and will begin placing their guests in specific rooms to cater for the most direct routes through objective types.
The player can upgrade certain features of their hotel in order to improve the speed of their avatar or entice the guests to wait longer for tasks to be completed. More than this however, players can upgrade rooms in order to receive more funds both here and in the Boarding House. The Boarding House ties each feature of Haunted Domains together, with the central conceit being to rebuild the area and create your own customised boarding house for wandering creatures. The options available to the player here are very limited, and only a couple of evening’s play time will be enough to fully upgrade your boarding house, but nonetheless it’s a nice tie for Haunted Domains’ various modes.
Endless Shift is the other main gameplay mode, and should be fairly obvious in its additional mechanics from its given title. The player begins from scratch with five lives, with every disappointed guest taking one of the player’s chances. An endurance mode that picks-up-the-pace all too quickly for some, Endless Shift is undoubtedly where the bulk of the player’s time will be spent once the ropes have been learnt.
Haunted Domains is a pleasing looking game, with well-animated cheerful sprites and, despite it’s commonly drab appearance, the horror theme is presented admirably in a colourful cartoon-inspired environment. An interesting animated comic presentation sets the scene in the basic ‘play’ gameplay mode, and it’s a surprising shame that this avenue wasn’t explored further, as Haunted Domains really features little else by way of plot.
Haunted Domains is a time management game that checks all the right boxes, and does it with a fair degree of personality. It may not be set to break any records, but it certainly deserves to be a comfortable performer for Alawar Entertainment this Halloween. Much like the company’s most common output, Haunted Domains is a familiar gameplay experience that is elegantly presented in a charming package, and for that it will undoubtedly command the same interest from younger, ‘casual’ gamers.
In-depth Reviews Score Interpretation
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Alawar Entertainment has built a strong reputation for delivering quality causal entertainment products. Often aping the simplistic mechanics bygone videogame genres and adding a lick of fresh paint, the likes of Farm Frenzy and Jewel Quest haven’t been considered pioneers due to their originality, but rather due to the confidence behind their production and the position in the market. Alawar Entertainment’s latest title, Haunted Domains, borrows this successful template and applies to it a charming and surprisingly deep personality, aimed perfectly at the young end of the Halloween audience.
Immediately upon starting, Haunted Domains offers the player the option of selecting either Normal or Challenging difficulty settings; an overarching setting that affects all modes. Needless to say, as a game of time management, the Normal difficulty can quickly grow to be taxing enough for even experienced gamers, and so the Challenging setting has surely been designed only for those who regularly follow Alawar Entertainment’s output.
Two games modes are available, interlocking with a third incredibly basic but inviting game option. The basic ‘play’ option presents ten levels of increasing difficulty, with basic a target score and an expert score to achieve. The set-up of Haunted Domains is very similar to the standard mechanics of a time management game, with players in charge of a hotel run for creatures of the night. Ghosts, witches and Dracula himself will wish to stay, and players must attend to their needs in as swift a fashion as possible to earn the required funds to successfully complete the level. Organising their movement between the floors and their limited inventory slots with the expected requirements of delivering meals and carrying luggage, amongst other requirements, players will soon learn the patterns required from each guest type, and will begin placing their guests in specific rooms to cater for the most direct routes through objective types.
The player can upgrade certain features of their hotel in order to improve the speed of their avatar or entice the guests to wait longer for tasks to be completed. More than this however, players can upgrade rooms in order to receive more funds both here and in the Boarding House. The Boarding House ties each feature of Haunted Domains together, with the central conceit being to rebuild the area and create your own customised boarding house for wandering creatures. The options available to the player here are very limited, and only a couple of evening’s play time will be enough to fully upgrade your boarding house, but nonetheless it’s a nice tie for Haunted Domains’ various modes.
Endless Shift is the other main gameplay mode, and should be fairly obvious in its additional mechanics from its given title. The player begins from scratch with five lives, with every disappointed guest taking one of the player’s chances. An endurance mode that picks-up-the-pace all too quickly for some, Endless Shift is undoubtedly where the bulk of the player’s time will be spent once the ropes have been learnt.
Haunted Domains is a pleasing looking game, with well-animated cheerful sprites and, despite it’s commonly drab appearance, the horror theme is presented admirably in a colourful cartoon-inspired environment. An interesting animated comic presentation sets the scene in the basic ‘play’ gameplay mode, and it’s a surprising shame that this avenue wasn’t explored further, as Haunted Domains really features little else by way of plot.
Haunted Domains is a time management game that checks all the right boxes, and does it with a fair degree of personality. It may not be set to break any records, but it certainly deserves to be a comfortable performer for Alawar Entertainment this Halloween. Much like the company’s most common output, Haunted Domains is a familiar gameplay experience that is elegantly presented in a charming package, and for that it will undoubtedly command the same interest from younger, ‘casual’ gamers.
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