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    Ghost Motel The ghastly interactive story adventure series!

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Ghost Motel 6: Demon Bar
Art/Animation/Concept/St
ory: Violet-AIM
Voices: XwaynecoltX & Violet-AIM

This is an interactive story flash. You will have to click with your mouse on
objects or creatures(people) in order to get clues to advance. All the
information you need is contained within episode 6. The game is intentionally
made to be a little challenging and involves puzzle solving (putting together clues), so it might not be
suitable for some viewers who don't like A LOT of interactivity. Try to pay attention to important clues while you
play. Good luck.

Info: In the previous episode, Joseph and Ray encounter a demon who refuses
to let them proceed through the tunnel. Episode 6 starts off with Ray and that
demon continuing their fight, and eventually leads to Joseph and Ray entering
a demon bar, in search of clues to find the missing Tabitha.

Hint 1: Look for a map, which will help you locate other areas. Make sure you
check in every room, so you don't miss an important clue.

Hint 2: Some creatures may give you irrelevant information, so not all clues
pertain to what you need.

Hint 3: If you don't know the answer to a riddle, don't guess. Look around for
clues that will help you get the correct answer. This is not meant to be a
guessing game since the answer is available to you if you search for it.

Hint 4: Pay attention to the color of things. Color is a type of clue.

Hint 5: If you get stuck, then go back to places you've been to, since
might notice something you didn't notice before.

Update 2: Due to complaints about slowness, I decided to upload a newer version where Joseph moves a lot FASTER, likes he's running. Tell me if it's too fast.
Update 3: pool game made slightly easier

This was made by Violet-AIM (not XwaynecoltX). He broke into my account and tried to claim collab credit for some of my movies.

Absent from flash after this was made. Any posts or reviews made by me from May 2005-Jan 2011 was not by me.

Reviews


XFLOSTXFLOST

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A decent game

This game is makes a great series but it needs better actor voices. All the voices are very dull and boring, and at times when you may need to do things over (like the puzzles) it gets very hard to concentrate and keep going because it is just annoying.



oimanersoimaners

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

woot

lol i figured something out on accident. just right click on the door and click play and you go through without doing the puzzle!



ImacowImacow

Rated 4 / 5 stars

this was hard

-COMMENTS-
this one was hardest one so far(special thanks to agak for spoiler) this one was fun like the circus lots of interaactivty.

-INPROVMENT-
well all of the demons didn't mean anything it just kinda sidetracked you.

-EXPLANATIONS-

graphics- great just like previous ones

style- still origional no repeats

sound- good like previous

violence- eating humans

interactrivty- pretty much whole thing

humor- a little



FrenzyFrenzy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A Great Game

+COMMENTS+:

The music and voice acting were once again pretty good in this flash. There was lots of interactivity in this edition, too, which is a good thing. This was more challenging, and I used the soiler (written by Agak), as the last reviewer did.

+IMPROVING+:

Soem facial expressions might be nice on the ghots (well, I guess they are ghots), and maybe a little mroe emotion in the voices. And everything seems so casual, Tabitha's locked up in a room, "Hey, Joseph..." Shouldn't she be yelling something like, "Joseph! Get me out of here, please!!" Just a suggestion.

4/5



freelance-fancypantsfreelance-fancypants

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great game! Best one so far!

~The Pros~
This flash was incredible, my favorite one so far in the Ghost Motel series. The animation improves with every game, and this one was no different. It ran very smoothly throughout the entire game, and had no glitches or flaws at all. Also, the background that was not interactive, and the backgrounds that were, were done extraordinarily well. They were extremely fluent and very well done throughout, and it added a bit more entertainment to the game. The change in music brought a new sound to the game, and it was a good one. Also, the voice acting was done with no static or skips. The interactivity in this flash is what made it such an incredible game. There was a lot of interactivity, but a lot of it was just pointless things that probably tried to throw the the player off. The puzzle in this game was really fun solving, but I had to use Agak's spoiler. Sorry guys.

~The Cons~
I really liked how there were a lot of people in the bar, but I didn't like the fact there was at least two of the same looking people. Also, the people that you could talk to in the bar had no relevence whatsoever in the future of the game. As I have commented before, the voice acting, again, did not have any emotion behind it. For example, when Joseph and Ray found Tabitha, she was neither happy nor suprised to see that they had come and rescued her.

Overall, a really great, interactive, and challenging flash. I hope to see a similar type game later in the series. I hope you benefit from this review! ~Review Request Club~

4 out of 5