Das abgelegene Hotel steht auf dem Gipfel eines unheilvollen, schneebedeckten Berg und der Tod durchzieht jeden Fußbreit des Ortes. Hier wurde offensichtlich ein Verbrechen begangen, und die unheilvolle Stille lässt vermuten, dass der Täter noch immer die Gegend durchstreift. Welcher der Gäste wäre zu so etwas fähig?
Nutzerreviews: Größtenteils negativ (67 Reviews) - 29% der 67 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 27. Nov. 2009

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Das abgelegene Hotel steht auf dem Gipfel eines unheilvollen, schneebedeckten Berg und der Tod durchzieht jeden Fußbreit des Ortes.

Hier wurde offensichtlich ein Verbrechen begangen, und die unheilvolle Stille lässt vermuten, dass der Täter noch immer die Gegend durchstreift.

Welcher der Gäste wäre zu so etwas fähig? Wessen Vergangenheit enthält dunkle Geheimnisse und wer hat am meisten zu gewinnen? Die Geheimnisse werden sich nicht selbst enthüllen und die Skelette werden nicht begruben bleiben.

Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel stellt sowohl Ihre kognitiven Fähigkeiten, als auch Ihr Verständnis für Richtig und Falsch auf die Probe. Die detailreichen Hintergründe verleihen dieser etwas anderen Detektiv-Geschichte dabei die perfekte Kulisse.

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  • Anregende, unvorhersehbare Geschichte, in der Sie Ihre eigenen Entscheidungen treffen.
  • Über 120 wunderschöne Schauplätze.
  • Über 15 3D-Charaktere mit Echtzeit-Schatten, jeder mit eigener Hintergrundgeschichte und Persönlichkeit.
  • Dynamische Simulation aller Einwohner der Spielwelt, die Ihre Bewegungen jeder Zeit verfolgen.
  • Proprietäre Engine, die speziell für Adventurespiele entwickelt wurde.
  • Mehr als 15 Stunden faszinierender Spielzeit.


    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: Pentium IV 2.7 GHz
    • Speicher: 1024 MB RAM
    • Festplatte: 2.3 GB
    • Grafikkarte: 256 MB DirectX 9 3D Grafikkarte (GeForce 6600 oder höher)
    • DirectX®: 9.0
    • Sound: DirectX 9 Soundkarte
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8 von 10 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
6.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. August 2015
Dead Mountaineer's Hotel is a game based on the novel of the same name by the Strugatsky brothers, the generally pretty great Russian sci-fi authors who also wrote books like Roadside Picnic, which was the basis of the movie which was in turn the basis of the STALKER series. I've never read this particular book, but I figured anything related to them couldn't possibly turn out that bad. I was horribly wrong, but I don't need to tell you that, because I doubt anyone was actually planning on buying this game to begin with. But I'm going to go over it anyways because I need a therapeutic rant session to recover from playing it.

The first thing you'll notice within five seconds of starting the game is that the voice acting is absolutely terrible. Just listen to the opening dialogue of the game, and you'll see what I mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRYvubs4MQs . Well, actually the first thing you'll notice is that despite originally releasing in 2007 the game only runs in one resolution, and it's 1024 x 768 and cannot be changed, but still. There are one or two actors who border on decent, but for the most part the game sounds as if they hired a bunch of bums off the street and paid them in bread to do the voice acting for the game. It's kind of hilarious, and was mainly what kept me playing through the game, but it also made the story impossible to take seriously.

Luckily, there really isn't much story. Again, I've never read the novel this was based off of, but I highly doubt it went quite like this. You spent the first four or five hours of the game doing absolutely nothing relevant to the plot, mainly involving stupid puzzles like helping the hotel owner fix the room service call system that never gets used again, or choosing a dinner from various categories that doesn't cause the other guests to laugh at your choice (I don't know why having too many vegetables in your meal is grounds for making you redo a "puzzle", but what do I know?), or playing billiards with another character that isn't even really a puzzle so much as just a billiards flash game implanted into the game. Then in the last 20 minutes or so of the game the story finally starts, you talk to each of the hotel's residents, and then it ends, and the game explains the story to you.

As you might have gathered from that last bit, the store page is pretty misleading. It mentions "15+ hours of gameplay", but I finished it in less than 6 and I can't imagine it taking 15 hours unless you just get lost in the unnecessarily large hotel. The store page also makes it seem as if the hotel guests have AI routines and go about their own lives, hinting at a system something like how Deadly Premonition's characters go about their day, but the game doesn't have any sort of time system and the characters just move from place to place as you solve the puzzles like in any adventure game. I used to think RunAway was the worst point-and-click adventure game I'd ever played, but I'm not sure if anything will ever top this one.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Februar 2014
Über den Kauf dieses Spieles habe ich mich richtig geärgert. Die Rätsel sind teilweise an den Haaren herbei gezogen und sehr frustrierend. Da das ganze schon etwas älter ist, ist die Grafik nicht gerade eine Augenweide. Von einer mitreißenden Spielatmosphäre habe ich auch nichts gemerkt... rundum kann ich von diesem Spiel nur abraten, obwohl ich Point and Click-Adventures eigentlich echt mag.
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11 von 12 Personen (92%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
9.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Dezember 2014
A game that covers the spectrum.

I had read the reviews and wasn't expecting much, but when I saw the game on sale for less than 4 dollars I thought I would give it a go. I am glad I did.

Some aspects of this game are really great, others are awful.

The artwork is fabulous and it helps the game exude atmosphere. It reminded me of 'Evil Under the Sun' with a bit of 'Black Mirror 1' and 'Syberia' thrown in, but in the mountains. The hotel was a dream to explore as it is huge and would be a fantastic place to stay. I loved the short sections outside, with the snow falling. The artists did a fab job.

Difficulty is not too tough. I only needed to check a walkthrough once, when I couldn't fathom how to lure the owner out of his office.

Kaisa is certainly very cute.

The music is lovely for the most part, though a couple of horrendous rock pieces come in at odd moments and not just when entering the room of a particular character.

Gameplay is ok, with a clear changing cursor.

Now for the bad. The story is a real slow boiler, which is a good thing as it sets the scen beautifully and allows us to get to know the characters. However, when the main events finally happen, the story just ends. I had the most nonsensical ending to a game ever and though there are different endings none make a lot of sense, with an absolutely ridiculous twist at the end. So the game takes a good few hours to brew and then when something big finally happens, it ends. Crazy. It is like the developers suddenly lost interest to continue the plot.

The translation is poor, though understandable. Sometimes it appears that characters give a comnpletely different answer to the question being asked. The voicees being better than the inaccurate subtitles. It's crazy that the developers didn't get someone who can understand proper English to check the translation. The character voices range from ok (the main character, Kaisa, and Olga) to horrendously bad (Alec, for instance). Also the voices are obviously done with the actor not having a clue as to the context in which they are supposed to be said. A basic error.

So, I am going to recommend this title as parts of this game are very enjoyable indeed, though the ridiculously abrupt and silly ending ruins the experience in the end.
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
16.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Januar 2014
There are a few negative moments with this game like, some of the voice acting. But If you do like puzzle solving and classic point a click games, than give this one a try. These classic type of games are few and between. I feel that some people weren't giving this one a better chance. Story line is pretty simply, you are a detective solving a possible murder. Characters in game are some what interesting, but will get boring after awhile talking to them. And the setting in game could have been worked on more. Breakdown - Graphics: 2/5, sound 3/5, fun factor 3/5, difficulty 3/5, controls 4/5.
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9 von 14 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. November 2013
Appallingly awful - spent ages setting things up, then ended abruptly in a ridiculous way that bore no relation to anything that had happened up to that point. Voice acting ranged from average (main character) to laughably bad (hotel manager).
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