Save your twin brother from the sinister sea menace that overtakes everything and everyone on the troubled island of Pilgrim's Hook.
User reviews: Positive (8 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 18, 2013
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“Small Town Terrors: Pilgrim’s Hook is one of the best hidden object adventures made this year.”
4.5/5 – Gamezebo

“Small Town Terrors: Pilgrim's Hook...is the first hidden object game I enjoyed playing because the developers seamlessly incorporated finding hidden objects, solving puzzles, and uncovering a spooky mystery.”
5/5 – Casual Game Guides

About This Game

A visit to Pilgrim’s Hook is the last thing you wanted. You vowed never to return to your childhood home. The only person that could ever compel you to come back summoned you with an unexpected phone call. How could you not answer his desperate plea for help? You must go back and save your twin brother from the deadly menace that lurks below the island.

The horror begins at land’s end and spreads its wrath over land like a web of suffocating tentacles. A tide of terror has attacked Pilgrim’s Hook. Few townsfolk remain and the ones who do appear to have gone mad. A diabolical power eats away at those who dare to resist the call of the sea.

You could fall prey too. A mysterious underwater force threatens you with ominous words. “I keep everything that comes to me through the sea. I think I will keep you and your brother both,” the voice resonates like the echoes of a living nightmare.

Defy destiny of doom. Your dear brother’s fate is in your hands. Only you can free Arthur and the townsfolk from the perils of doom.

Dive in if you dare and brave the depths of Pilgrim’s Hook. Encounter colorful characters, a kingdom of ocean life, mesmerizing aquatic sound effects and hauntingly realistic maritime scenes. You alone can unravel the mystery and break the horrific spell.

You are the last hope in this decades long struggle between good and evil, sand and surf, and land and sea. Turn the tide of deadly danger that lurks below the troubled shores of Pilgrim's Hook.

Features

  • Reveal the clues, piece them together, and solve the mystery of Pilgrim’s Hook!
  • Discover life-saving clues and solve unusual puzzles
  • Find dozens of morphing sea creatures: starfish, lobsters, crabs and more
  • Earn a collection of sea-based achievements
  • Interact with the inhabitants of Pilgrim’s Hook, from the seaman and priest, to the bartender and the townsfolk
  • Search Pilgrim’s Hook for missing whale bones
  • Work with an integrated strategy guide
  • Bonus chapter Beneath the Sea

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz Processor or faster
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card
    • Hard Drive: 800 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
Helpful customer reviews
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
I haven't played any other pure HoG's, so I'm coming at this from the perspective of an adventure gamer willing to put up with some cursor sweeping here and there. And Pilgrim's Hook turned out to be fine for that - the puzzles aren't trivial, but nothing that'll really stump you either. Artwork is well done and atmospheric. The plot is thin, as is the logic behind many of the "adventure" components of the game, but neither were so bad as to actually put me off the game.

If you're looking for a diverting, Cthulhu-esque adventure romp that keeps you entertained for 4-5 hours, Pilgrim's Hook is worth picking up (though probably not at full price.)
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 31
Good HOG with story and characterization very similar to the series Nightmares from the Deep by Artifex Mundi. The protagonist is a woman that has to find her estranged twin brother, lost on the mysterious island where they lived their childhood, Pilgrim's Hook. Challenging puzzles and HOG scenes, the collector's edition has a bonus chapter that explains some back-story and other nice extras.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
Well...It`s an adventure game. I dont play games like this too often. But I found it sometimes quite hard to find the right objects to continue. Also I needed 2 or 3 times the help function to continue.

Achievments are available, but only ingame, no steam achievments.

Also the game lacks of cards.

The story was ok...It is clear that this game was made for a jounger audience.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 25
Short version: 77%
If you want a hidden object game which offers exactly what you assume in this genre, Pilgrim’s Hook won’t disappoint you. It may be unoriginal, but it is also a solid hidden object puzzle title.

Long version:
Small Town Terrors 2 is the kind of hidden object game that tries to remain in the genre’s comfort zone, which works as much to its advantage as against it.

The story offers little surprises: while searching for a loved one you find yourself in a small town haunted by something evil, which of course you promptly destroy before the end credits. There is next to no supporting cast, and the voice acting is kind of a hit and miss.

Same goes for the puzzles: we don’t meet a single one that wasn’t seen before, but they offer a large variety and a good difficulty curve– although the hidden object scenes tend to rely on the ‘find x amount of said object’ gimmick. The only really conspicuous flaw is the usual dumb adventurer syndrome, where you instantly throw away a useful object even if you would need it three scenes later.
Despite these small issues Pilgrim’s Hook is still a good pick that won’t really disappoint any hidden object game fans.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
I bought this on sale, but I would have paid full price. It is that good!!!

Great storyline, good graphics, interesting characters and objects that are not always really simple to figure out what they are used for along with lots of hidden objects spots (non-repetative). When unused objects start to fill up my inventory and I am still feeling really interested, that is a good thing!

I just started this today and it is on the same level with House of 1,000 Doors, my all time favorite. I like to keep these reviews simple and too the point. I play my HOGs on EXPERT only and this one doesn't fail to impress.

My only advice is if you love really tricky puzzles, this game is not full of them. The puzzles are good, but not difficult, which is fine by me, but if you are a puzzle lover you may find this aspect dissapointing.


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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 4
possilble spoilers.

If you liked Mysteries Stories: Mountains of Madness, you'll like this game.

I found the bonus chapter to be very anti-climactic. I honestly think the lore (?) of the game would be much better off without it.

I felt genuinely unnerved for quite some time throughout the game, not knowing when the monster was going to pop out of puddles and talk to me. There are also some subtle touches here and there which I was grateful for. You meet an alcoholic in the bar, and when you leave, he's sitting drinking. Once you come back later, he's slumped over the bar holding his keys, which you then take. I was really quite impressed. I think other hidden object games would just have they keys sitting on the bar.

Very very good voice acting for a hidden object game aswell. Especially for Cthulu (or whatever he is).

The game isn't perfect but it's still damned good.
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