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The Isle Tide Hotel


Platforms: PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox X|S|1, Switch, Mac, iOS, Android

Release Date: 12/9/2023

Developers: Wales Interactive, Interflix Media

A live-action, interactive mystery movie about an absent father who must rescue his teenage daughter from an eclectic cult before their final night at the Isle Tide Hotel. A British Twin Peaks meets a grittier Knives Out.


An absent father must rescue his teenage daughter from an eclectic cult before their final night at the Isle Tide Hotel. Players investigate the strange events that unfold to save Eleanor Malone in this live-action interactive mystery game, where every decision affects the story.  
Open every three years for three nights, a strange mix of colourful characters hiding personal traumas gather to uncover the one thread binding them. Their search for the meaning of life. But tonight, this mysterious organisation must decide whether to break their own etiquettes and hand over a teenage girl to their elusive founder, Dr. Aniston, who promises her sacrifice will conclude their purpose. 
How do you infiltrate the hotel? Will you coax your way into the cult? Do you discover the hidden lore, side quests and their dedicated endings or fail at any one of the ruthless narrative puzzles? Navigate a branching narrative with numerous ways to help rescue the daughter you’ve never met.


A live action game which responds to your choices

7 main endings available with 14 different outcomes

Side quests which have dedicated endings

Real-time personality and cult association tracker

In-game chapter skip menu - but you have to earn it first


A unique cult with its own rich history and rules

Paths blocked behind information

Cryptic notes to hidden endings

Hidden lore and ‘Easter eggs’ to discover

Sprawling dialogue options that make you see the same character in a different light

Michael D. Xavier (“Gentleman Jack”, “The Blacklist”)
Jemima Rooper (“Flowers in the Attic: The Origin” (2022), “Matriarch” (2022-Hulu)
Amit Shah (“Happy Valley", “The Witcher”)
Richard Brake (“Game of Thrones”)
Georgie Glen (“Call the Midwife”)
Tristram Wymark (“Pennyworth”)
Jessica Ellerby (“Pennyworth”, “Lovesick”)
Joni Ayton-Kent (“The Watch")

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