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Phantom Mansion: Red

rated 3.71 / 5 stars
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Oct 5, 2007 | 7:25 AM EDT

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08/10 12:15 - New version sorting the problems with the Story and Quit buttons. Note for those concerned about having to replay the game, progress is auto stored on completion of a level. Thanks for the front page!

Controls: Cursor keys to move Hector, space brings up the options.

Phantom Mansion: The Red Chamber has you controlling Hector the Spectre Detector through the first chamber of the Mansion. Hector must make his way through 22 levels filled with devilishly good puzzles using crates, switches and keys to retrieve all the skulls from the chamber, but he must also avoid collapsing floors, zombies, skeletons, curses and the void. Phantom Mansion: The Red Chamber is the first of the Phantom Mansion games, with 7 more parts to come!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

last level.. ugh

Spent a few hours on just the last level. Kept trying to block the bad guy in the corner with 2 boxes, so that he can't come back and push the 3rd box off the other switch, but I don't think it's possible. The stairs making it a single lane don't help when a box is at the bottom of the stairs. Tried just going through the gate really quick, but it doesn't take the box with me. For the love of the flying spaghetti monster, help!

Otherwise, good game. Kept me glued to the screen. I like the theme, and the fact that Halloween is coming up helps because I'm in the mood! The music was good. The graphics could be a bit better or at least more consistent. It looks like you tried at fake 3d, but Hector can be hidden sometimes, and it's easy to misjudge. For example, when walking horizontally on the correct path, it looks like he's half a lane higher. Sometimes it seems like he takes an extra step, which killed me a bunch of times!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Is it a bug?

Game made me think at times so it gets a 10/10, but I need "help" with the last level. Here is my question: Is it possible to have both buttons on the bottom part of the last level permanently depressed? The only way I can figure out to beat the game is to have one permanently depressed and then let the zombie keep running over the second, but when I do this the game will not let me push the last box through the gate that is not permanently gone. All I want to know is whether I need to think about it more in order to finish the last level or if I have been stopped by a legitimate bug.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


A nice game but somtimes the boxes would bug and the zombies and i would go through them. Also i really would like an undo button to many times i was about to complete a level then i accidently push a box into a wall or hole a go back button would make the game less annoying!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Is good.

Yeah great game, nice puzzles, but one thing bothers me:
Sometimes, when I enter a level, the 'continue' button doesn't appear.
Something to fix?^_^


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game by all standards

This was a great game, with a nice assortment of different taks to do and puzzles to solve.

I was stuck on the last level for ages, and finally I figured out how to beat it, and I did so. Ready to see what is located in the last door (obviously not a level as the past one was called the last level in the note), I was quite disapointed to find that the game freezes everytime I try.

It just says the name of the place (The shrine) and nothing I do changes the screen.

Still I will be awaiting the other parts, so I hope to see you on the front page again soon ;)