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Reviewed by: Ryan, Julia & Michelle
Updated: Dec 30, 2014
Size: 96.4 MB
Seller: SFB Games Ltd.
© 2013 SFB Games Ltd.
Rated 9+ for the following: Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
In-game Purchases: None
This game is also available on the Mac/PC for $4.99 you can find it on their Website
Leave the dusty halls of an abandoned clock tower to haunt your way through a town in the dead of night! Possess objects with your ghostly soul, to scare people away from a museum, a hospital, a theatre and a cruise ship. Will you be able to scare everyone out and reclaim what has been lost, before the night is over?
A side-scrolling action puzzle game starring ghosts!
Ryan 9: This is a cute game, easy but very fun
Julia 7: The controls are a little difficult to understand but it’s very cute,
Michelle: This is adorable, love the little ghost, so cute and a lot of fun. I really wish it had more levels since it only has 4. For $1.99 I was hoping the game would be a little long.
Ryan and I have both beat the game already, twice 🙂
You play as a little ghost and you need to haunt 4 house and scare the heck out of the people in it. You possess a few items and make them move around. The people start screaming and run out of the house. It’s rather entertaining to make them get scared. The more you scare them the more rank you get on the house. It starts as relaxed with everyone just roaming about and chatting, as you start to move around the house possessing item the house started to change, to quiet, uneasy, strange, unsettling, creepy, sinister and then terrifying. Each time the house changes status you unlock a new possession when you possess an item, so for example, if you possess a chair at first you might only be able to move it back and forth but as the status of the house gets scarier you next might make it move and/or float. Some people get scared enough that they might be considered a jumper (like jumps out a window) and they have a few characters in each house the need to be “killed” so you can collect the ghost of them. So you might want to consider that before allowing younger kids to play. My 7 year old as much as she understands what they are doing she also understands it’s only a game. The game recommends for 9+ but I think someone that is 7 would be ok to play this as long as they understand the details I explained before.
The kids and I agree that game should be longer but really think this is a very cute game ~
Hope you enjoyed this review
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