New Release Date Announced for Dead Mountaineer's Hotel
October 13, 2008
Lighthouse Interactive Announces New Release Date for Shocking ‘Whodunit’ Mystery Adventure Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel
A new release date has been announced for Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel, the character-driven, non-linear mystery Adventure game for Windows® that invites players to solve the astonishing murder of one of the hotel’s guests and unveil the startling secrets surrounding the mystical Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel. Leading video game publisher Lighthouse Interactive has decided to extend the production schedule in order to further polish the game. Originally scheduled to hit retail shelves this year, Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel will be releasing in Q1 2009.
“Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel brings a fresh gameplay approach to the Adventure game genre,” said Steve Wall, V.P. Business Development at Lighthouse Interactive. “Incorporating multiple paths, consequences, and 5 different endings, which are dependent upon the player’s decisions and behaviour, are key elements that will enhance the Adventure gaming experience.”
Lighthouse Interactive is part of SilverBirch Inc.’s (SVB:TSXV) video game division.
Playing as a vacationing police detective traveling through a snowy mountain range, you are caught in an avalanche and seek shelter at a remote inn – Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel. Upon your arrival everything appears normal. You meet the other hotel guests, talk about the stormy weather, have a drink, and take in the beautiful scenery… Quite unexpectedly, you are thrust into the heart of a compelling mystery that turns into an intricate and bizarre murder investigation.
Strange and mystical events have
been occurring at the hotel over the last few days leading up to the shocking
murder. Each and every hotel guest becomes a criminal suspect. You must find the
murderer and discover who, or what, is behind the disturbing incidences at the
hotel. Reveal terrible secrets throughout your investigation and uncover the
astounding truth behind Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel.
5 different endings controlled by the player’s actions, decisions and behavior
An engrossing storyline set in a gorgeous game environment; from snow capped mountains to the incredibly detailed rooms of the secluded hotel
Robust 3D real-time game engine allows for truly non-linear gameplay
Explore a game world populated with dynamic lighting and shadows, and special effects (changes in weather, day and night gameplay sequences)
15 unique and lifelike characters, each with their own personalities, stories and agendas