Nigel Danvers is haunted. Ever since Halloween, after that brief but disturbing experiment with the Spiritboard, he has felt someone, or something, calling to him. What is the significance of the word 'Blackenrock'? Is it a name, an item, an event, a place?


   

Joining Nigel on his mysterious mission is fellow ghost-hunter Lucy Reubans. Together, they must delve deep into Saxton's murky past, to learn secrets long since buried by those that fear 'The Return'. Armed with upgraded ghost gadgets, they must seek answers from the dead and uncover a century old murder mystery.

 

 

All the clues regarding Blackenrock lead out to sea, through the dense fog, away from the safety of Saxton. A trip into the unknown! The scattered rocky remnants of old Ulcombe make for treacherous waters, as the claw-like rocks seem to stand guard, preventing all but the most brave from discovering what hides beyond.


• Spine-tingling ghost stories to investigate.
• Realistic ghost-hunting, featuring actual E.V.P. (Electronic Voice Phenomena).
• Explore isolated, creepy haunted locations, in third and first person using a nite-vision camera.
• Photographs of unexplained entities captured by creator Jonathan Boakes while creating the game.
• Gather clues from a full cast of characters, which bring the mysterious world of Saxton to life.
• Chilling original soundtrack.
• Explore abandoned and isolated spooky locations.
• Learn clues from interacting with spirits of the dead using Ghost Hunting gadgets
• Point and click gameplay with both first and third person interaction.
• Realistic and integrated puzzles.
• Collect paranormal evidence and analyse your findings.
• Position remote cameras to monitor paranormal activity.



   

   

   

   

   

   






 
System Requirements:

OS: Windows® Windows 10 - Windows 8 - Windows 7 - Vista - XP (SP2/SP3)
CPU: Pentium® IV (or equivalent, higher recommended.)
RAM: 512 MB RAM. (1 GB RAM recommended.)
GRAPHICS CARD & MONITOR: 128 MB (higher recommended) DirectX® 9.0C Compatible 3D accelerated video card, supporting 32bit (true color) colour depth at 1280 x 960 (HD 4:3 ratio) or 1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 ratio)*
SOUND: 16-bit DirectX® 9.0C Sound Card.
ADDITIONAL: Mouse, Speakers, (DVD-Rom Drive for boxed copies)

* The Last Crown : Blackenrock is playable in 2 formats -
•1280 x 960 (HD+ 4:3 ratio, for regular screen displays)
•1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 ratio, for wide displays and laptops)

Both formats have Windowed mode or full screen, changed via Settings. Save games are not compatible between formats.








Midnight Horror - Official Walkthrough - Stuck on a puzzle or need a hint? Download the Midnight Horror walkthrough Here


   

   

   

Halloween: the veil between our world and the 'otherside' is at its weakest. Witches celebrate Samhain, a Celtic festival from the old religion, conjuring the dead and communing with the spirits. Nigel Danvers, ghost-hunter, knows all about the ghosts that dwell in the darkness, he has seen plenty to convince him there are dark forces at work. So, why is Halloween so different? Dusting down his old ghost-hunting gadgets, Nigel gets to work. Something is haunting the guest rooms above the local harbour side pub, The Bear. Who or what hides in the shadowy corners of the old Inn? What is the presence at the end of the Harbour Wall? Nigel has one night to find out, before the veil returns to full strength, and the Halloween Horror is gone, for another year.

    • A classic point and click adventure.
    • A story driven plot by Jonathan Boakes (Dark Fall, The Lost Crown).
    • Use your detective skills to uncover a paranormal mystery.
    • Utilise an array of ghost-hunting gadgets to see and hear the spirit world.
    • Interact with the Saxton locals, in your pursuit of the truth.
    • Dabble in the Dark Arts, on Samhain, like the witches of old.
    • Collect ghostly evidence, to scrutinise for clues.
    • Play several Halloween Party games, many with a supernatural twist.
    • Practise your Psychometry skills, with local white wicca, Nanny Noah.
    • Full cast audio and music, plus atmospheric sound effects.
    • Play Trick and Treat, at your peril!

   

   

   

 
System Requirements:

OS: Windows® Windows 10 - Windows 8 - Windows 7 - Vista - XP (SP2/SP3)
CPU: Pentium® IV (or equivalent, higher recommended.)
RAM: 512 MB RAM. (1 GB RAM recommended.)
GRAPHICS CARD & MONITOR: 128 MB (higher recommended) DirectX® 9.0C Compatible 3D accelerated video card, supporting 32bit (true color) colour depth at 1280 x 960 (HD 4:3 ratio) or 1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 ratio)*
SOUND: 16-bit DirectX® 9.0C Sound Card.
ADDITIONAL: Mouse, Speakers, (DVD-Rom Drive for boxed copies)

* The Last Crown : Midnight Horror is playable in 2 formats -
•1280 x 960 (HD+ 4:3 ratio, for regular screen displays)
•1280 x 720 (Widescreen 16:9 ratio, for wide displays and laptops)

Both formats have Windowed mode or full screen, changed via Settings. Save games are not compatible between formats.










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Previously... treasure, ghosts and murder!

Nigel Danvers has escaped London, on the Sleepwalker train, to seek adventure and fortune on England's windswept coast. Expecting a cool reception, Nigel is surprised to find that he is expected...but how?! Has he been here before?

Later - he befriends a local girl, Lucy Reubans (after some coaxing!). Lucy shares his interest in the paranormal, strange and supernatural, even though she remains skeptical. She knows the small harbour town hides many a dark secret, so embraces the chance to dig deeper. But is she safe?

Together they go hunting for the legendary 'lost' crown of the Anglo-Saxons; believed to be hidden in the eerie landscape that surrounds them. But, many of the townsfolk, including white wicca 'Nanny Noah', warn that some treasures are not supposed to be found; they have been hidden for a reason. Ignoring the advice, Nigel
seeks answers in a mysterious world; inhabited by the living, but haunted by the dead.



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