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Jun 19, 2012 | 5:17 PM EDT

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Features over 20 quests, 6 room types, 12 amenities, 14 customer types, 21 upgrades, 10 recruitable family members and 8 achievements.

The island of Siquijor, Philippines is a beautiful place with pristine forests and wonderful beaches. However, rumors of monstrous beings called Aswangs prevent it from ever being popular. Your dream is to build an Inn in this place and make the place popular for both local and international tourists while also unraveling the mystery and the truth behind the Aswang folklore.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sorry that I have to deduct a half-star, as the game cracked me up. You made a job sim without the typical insanity. Instead you provided your own whimsical brand of craziness. You provided an easy to use save mechanism and pretty much play-as-you-learn-style-tutorial. The hipsters escaped me and I'm guessing that I have to sabotage the game somehow. Mea culpa, if this spoils things for others.

I would look forward to Innkeeper II, especially with the ability to expand even more and with more options and amenities. It certainly has replay value.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant, far more than I expected. Very amusing yet dark. I like it a lot.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

OMG this is really fun...SPOILER how do u kill people :O

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

As far as simulation games go, it's pretty good. However, the true beauty of this game is the INCREDIBLY DARK STORYLINE. Seriously, I didn't think this game was going to be so damn metal.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great simulation! Very fun! I'm at day 148 and I have everything except my staff. The last 4 people still have a few levels before they hit 30.

To all the people failing to get any hipsters, try killing off some people. You could also try specializing your hotel to only dealing with a select few, then restrict your rooms to those few. It'll all make sense when the game tells you how you unlocked them.