Quiet Haven Hotel was supposed to be a one night shelter for Joe and Ivy Davis. But things soon start to go wrong. Ivy's panic attacks get worse and soon she disappears. In the morning the hotel has changed. Nothing is what it seems anymore. Joe is left alone, trying to understand what is happening, trapped between reality and the nightmare.
From writer R. Michalski, creator of The Cat Lady - this is Harvester Games first and well loved adventure game Downfall, originally released in 2009. Original music, thousands of lines of dialog and point & click interface provide the perfect 2D adventure - dare you drop in to Quiet Haven Hotel?
With strong language, scenes of blood and violence, this game is not recommended for players under 18.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, 2.4 GHz Processor, 1 GB RAM, 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9.0c, 500 MB HDD, Mouse, Keyboard. Patched to version 1.4
Posted on 2014-02-13 14:22:38 bySirius1911:
Downfall is an amazing adventure game, it is more traditional than the cat lady, you use your mouse to move around, you click on things etc.
The graphics are quite nice, very good art style on the game in general, they are a little "simplistic".
The music is great, Michal Michalski really shines on the soundtracks.
The story is very good, it was what I like it the most of the game.
Theread more game is a little heavy on text but doesn't have any voices so it can be a little monotonous a times (they are planing to add voices!!!)
The puzzles sometimes are a little vague to figure it out you even pick up items you don't use on the game..
This is not a kids game, just like the cat lady, you will see very mature themes, like gore, explicit sex, violence etc etc.
If you love the cat lady you will love this one too, and if you are into adventure games with good plots and for adults just pick this game you wont regret it.
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Posted on 2014-02-16 20:05:00 byBadDecissions:
This game has a lot going for it. It uses gore to great effect to create a dark atmosphere without being what I'd call "gross-out." The puzzles are pretty fair. The story is weird, in a good way. The music is good. Although you might occasionally miss an item the first time through a room, there's nothing I'd call "pixel hunting."
But it's not all roses. The inventory systemread more is buggy, sometimes locking up for no reason. The downside of puzzles that aren't too hard is that they often seem routine and uninspired--there's the old "key-and-newspaper" puzzle to retrieve a key that's been left in a lock, for example. And after building up a great story, the ending was cliched and uninspired (of course, you mileage may vary on that one).
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Posted on 2014-02-18 13:32:52 bygrainne6:
This is a great adventure game - original, disturbing and memorable. The stylised graphics add to the atmosphere and though the game doesn't have any voice acting the writing is vivid enough to bring the characters to life.
The puzzles are a little too simplistic but this really doesn't detract for the experience. While this isn't as polished as Cat Lady and it's a lot shorter,read more it is just as evocative and mature.
I highly recommend this to anyone who's prepared to try something genuinely different.
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