This is a complete version of the game The Spooktacular Hospital by Jossan. Normally, I don't advise taking over dead projects, but as it's been three years since Jossan has logged into this site and this project is a relatively simple one, I feel it's justified in this case. I tried to keep the original spirit and style in tact as much as possible apart form some modern dialogue formatting.
This version finishes off all plot lines as well as adding a few more. I hope you all enjoy it and happy Halloween!
Uploaded game to private server so you can play it online.
Fixed some broken image links in the therapy section
Fixed some broken html tags
Fixed the website link on the end screen being to the wrong website.
Fixed a few inconsistencies and continuity errors (only in what I wrote. If Jossan made it, it stays)
Removed some unused images from the html folder
Good job. Holds the spirit of the original.
After seeing the other reviews I decided to download the game. I never played the original so I can't say anything about additions or changes, but the game itself is great! It's fairly short with a good number of alternate paths that cover a good spread of tfs. I hope there are more projects like this in the future, that know what they want to do and do it without getting caught up in big ideas that cause the author to lose their pace. Definitely recommend it for anyone!
Havent played it earlier and liked this version. But now that I have had a taste of the game, then I ended up wishing that there were more options and more content to explore. But no matter what, then this little game were great on it's own.
Awesome to see probably the best game on the site get a worthy finish, although the tone doesn't always match, it's still a spooktacular job by Apollo to get fairly close, any fans of the original will enjoy this version, well done.
ApolloSeven knocks it out of the park again. Ok this may be tad extreme, but it is great to see this project get resurected and a little ribbon tied to the end. Apollo does great games and I for one was excited to see that they resurrected this projects.