Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst HD
By Big Fish Games, Inc
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Work your way through spooky Hidden Object scenes, solve puzzles, and play adventurously as you attempt to escape from Ravenhearst Manor!
You lived through their side of the story—now live through his!
Return once more to the haunted grounds of Ravenhearst Manor to uncover new details about this poignant saga. What you find could very well be the final chapter of this riveting story—if you escape.
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☆☆☆☆☆ Features ☆☆☆☆☆
✓ Search spectral scenes to reveal the truth!
✓ Conquer the mystery and share your success on exclusive Leaderboards!
✓ Find secrets at every turn
✓ An engrossing story puts you on the edge of your seat!
✓ Free the manor's shackled souls!
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This was a good game, but not great. I got it on sale. HOG scenes too blurry if you zoom them the whole way, so you can only partially zoom. And since some of the objects are off the screen in regular view, you have to zoom at least a little. At one point the whole game suddenly got very dark, making it very difficult to see, but that cleared up further into the game. I like games that make you think, so some of the complaints that there was no direction don't apply here. Most of the games had clues in the journal, but not all of them. Had to hit the online walkthrough to figure out what to do for the game with colors and numbers and still don't understand how they arrived at the missing number for the spade even after getting it from the walkthrough. Never used some of the items I picked up and wish that puzzles that were solved were no longer available to revisit, but overall, I enjoyed this one for making me think.
Atmospheric and fast-moving
If I wasn't writing this on an iPad I would go on and on about how charming a game this is. If you haven't played a Big Fish game yet, this is a good one to start with. If you're a mystery/horror fan, so much the better. Innovative puzzles, sharp art, a really spooky story. I started playing it for the puzzles, but am now in it for the story line. I didn't play the first Ravenhearst one, didn't matter. I never want this particular game to end! Happy to find games that are worth paying for and don't nag you to buy anything. Seriously worth the $5. I will note that I have had to resort to the walk through a bit, but it's an official walk through and helpful without giving too much away. Note that the storyline is too creepy, IMHO, for children. I got my child the Brunhilda game by Big Fish so he could see why I like this genre so much.
Far worse than the other MCF iPad games
I'm a big fan of Mystery Case Files for the iPad, and I've played and replayed the other two games, Dire Grove and Thirteenth Skull. So I was very excited when this game came out. however, I quickly discovered it pales in comparison to the other two games. Some f the problem was that it was just sloppy work; I found various misspellings and typos in the sentences. That was just a minor problem. For one, I had no idea what the story was beforehand, I didn't know what happened at Ravenhearst before this game. Therefore all the events that transpired confused me: the underground complexes, what were those about? There was no direction for puzzles or any sort of hint if you get stuck on what to do next. I like puzzles but most of the time I was like, "Ok what the heck do I have to do??" I ended up skipping most of them. The frequency of the hidden object scenes was annoying. Most importantly, the story bored me. I felt I had no motivation to drive forward. Not your best, Big Fish.
- Category: Games
- Released: Nov 21, 2012
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 511 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Big Fish Games, Inc
- © 2012 Big Fish Games, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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