Hotel management

House Flipper meets V Rising in this vampire hotel management sim

As the most feared and powerful members of the undead, vampires still have to follow a bunch of rules. You have to stay out of the sun. Garlic and crucifixes are prohibited. You can’t cross running water, you can’t enter churches, and if someone throws rice at your feet, you have to stand there and count the grains.

More annoyingly, you can’t enter someone’s house unless invited.

But here’s a great solution to that last rule: instead of entering your victims’ homes, just have them come to your house. In the first-person management sim Bloody Hell Hotel, which feels like a mix of House Flipper, Stardew Valley, and V Rising, you’re a vampire renovating your spacious mansion and turning it into a swanky hotel. And unlike most hoteliers, you can feed on the blood of your guests.

As a former bloodsucker, you awake from centuries of slumber to find your former great mansion in ruins. It will be a lot of hard work to restore the domain, but on the plus side, you are a vampire. As you can see in the trailer above, by IGN, you can enchant a broomstick to start sweeping and use telekinetic powers to move furniture and clear debris. Set up appliances that probably weren’t invented the last time you woke up, grow plants in the dark cellar and harvest them to make meals, and decorate your hotel to attract the rich bags of money. blood, uh, visitors.

Making your customers happy is important for any hotel manager, but again, remember that you are a fucking vampire. If a particular guest is a pest, breaking down their door and drinking their blood is much easier than dealing with a bad review. And no need to let the fresh corpse go to waste. Besides milking your undead cow and collecting eggs from zombie hens, you can use your dead guests for meat while cooking delicious room service meals.

Turning a dusty, destroyed mansion into an upscale hotel takes more than magic and a stash of necks. Resources have to come from somewhere, so you can forge weapons in your basement and visit the catacombs beneath your domain to slay skeletons, zombies, and other horrors while researching new ways to upgrade gear. your hotel. You can even recruit vampire helpers to help out, giving them jobs at the front desk or in the kitchen.

Bloody Hell Hotel comes from the creator of the horror puzzle platformer Darq. There is no release date yet, but the developer plans to launch it on Steam, GoG (opens in a new tab)and the Epic Games Store.