Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull
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ONE OF THE VERY BEST!!!!
dennis "Florida", Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: I've played perhaps 20 of these types of games and this is simply one of the very best. LOVE the graphics and the video interactions a great deal, and hope many other games follow this format to some degree. The puzzles go from easy to really difficult, and take some time to solve, but I got them all.
Summary: Very interesting game with great graphics of a swamp. The bonus section of the game which I was able to solve with the help of Internet walkthrough was also interesting. One helpful hint which was on the internet, was that various tools such as a screwdriver and a shovel had to be laid across the object to be worked. The middle of tool had to be on the object. The objects would not recognize the tip of the tools.
Summary: The glitch is that the hammer doesn't open the coffin towards the end of the game. I had over 10 hours invested in the game and then hit the "glitch". I was almost in tears.. no, not really, but I was sure disappointed. I ended up starting it over and skipping through conversations and puzzles catching up quickly to where the glitch was. I didn't have any problem with the hammer glitch after that, I guess because I followed a certain order to the game.
13th Skull An Excellent Addition To Mystery Case Files Collection
17 May 2014
Excerpt: Mystery Case Files 13TH Skull is certainly quite an impressive little game. I found the hidden object game to be one of the more impressive games I've seen. Though I thought that the game was overall quite good. So, a little on the background of the story. You play Sara Lawson who just has moved to Louisiana. You are moving into a lovely but ramshackled old mansion, you find yourself facing the dilemma of solving the Crown Legend.