A downloadable game for Windows

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Brought to Hope Springs by a new job, Daniel Price has no idea what secrets the Hope Springs Hotel holds. At least, not yet.

The Concierge is a short point and click psychological horror game.

Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
TagsHorror, Pixel Art, Point & Click


Buy Now3.12€ EUR or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of 3.12€ EUR. You will get access to the following files:

The Concierge.7z 20 MB


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Should've came the day they told me to. Maybe then I wouldn't have been served up in the restaurant as stroganoff hahaha I enjoyed the heck outta your game Dan! The design of each scene looked really good, and I didn't have to put my brain into overdrive to uncover the occult! I'm curious about the upper levels though. It seemed like all of the components were found on the lower levels, making me assume the 4th, 5th, and 6th floor were purely designed for aesthetics. I LOVE THE ATTENTION TO DETAIL! 

My only suggestion: The ambience seemed a bit quiet at times. I feel more (or louder) calm, suspenseful music could've really enhanced the soundscape. I got a few more of your games to knockout though, so keep on creating!

Great work!


It was kinda meh. But I did a video series of it: 

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Double click to RUN! Spacebar to advance TEXT.  Mouse to the top of the screen for the INVENTORY.


Not the most intuitive / helpful controls, and the slow walking and text speed get painful quickly. Especially with all the backtracking. Really, not too good, especially with the fairly bare bones story.


Short but fairly neat little experience. I did have a little issue with the text speed as it was far too slow for me. In a text heavy game, ideally the player should have control of when the dialogue proceeds to accommodate all reading speeds. Otherwise you get slower readers missing things and faster readers waiting around. Also there was one little spelling mistake on some pots on the ground floor where 'nothing' was spelt 'noting'. 

For me the plot could have done with some fleshing out, it didn't really substantiate in anything. Overall though, I enjoyed it well enough. Would definitely say, having played most of your projects, that I personally far prefer these pixel games than the 3D ones. 


I found this to be a fun little game and I'll be playing your other games!