Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove
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Pretty good program
Marige Ginter, Amazon
15 March 2014
Summary: I got stuck on the game , been trying for two week to advance to the next chapter but no clue where to go or what to do to advance, I have plenty of tools in inventory but don't have a clue what to do with them.
Summary: Requested the Collectors edition but received the standard edition. So far I have made 2 attempts to get what was listed as the Collectors edition only to receive the standard addition. Note: there is a difference between the Collectors edition and the standard edition.
Summary: This was one of my first entries into "modern" adventure games. I admit I was severely limited because I was forced into buying a Mac. There are almost no games for Mac which are not played off the web. I know that Mr. Gates and whoever has followed Mr.
Summary: I bought this game at the suggestion of Amazon, in a bundle with Rhem 4. It got here first, so I started with this. I liked the overall concept, which is similar (with some twists) to other "snapshot" games like Rhem.
Excerpt: Dire Grove is a classic hidden object game. It has everything needed from a weird and wonderful story line to an eerie atmosphere with a lot of kick included for free. There have been a lot of hidden object games out there and I've played a lot of the Mystery Case Files.
Very similar to Barrow Hill - Curse of the Ancient Circle
Dark Paths, Amazon
8 December 2010
Summary: A good, fun, and nice looking Hidden Object Game, which will pass a couple of hours. So, if you want something more substantial, and involving, try . The two scenarios are virtually identical, with Barrow Hill being released a couple of years ago.
Summary: I tried this game initially on a free trial and decided to buy the full version. But I'm disappointed as I find it quite repetitive as you have to revisit the same scene more than once to be able to move to the next part.