Summary: I bought this game because I like easy things when it comes to games. This is very relaxing, keeps your mind going, like a scavanger hunt. I love the challange of finding all the hidden items, after the levels are complete it takes you to a puzzle to move around the pieces and solve the case.
Summary: Super graphics, clever placement of objects. Makes one more observant and good for the memory. The search is for mostly vintage items so it's somewhat educational too. Didn't like some of the "dark" items like the shrunken head and the entire cemetary scene is very creepy.
Summary: This is a fun and enjoyable game. My kids enjoyed looking for all the hidden objects. Even my 2 year old enjoys finding things! The thing I did not care for is, one of the parts of the town that you had to find things in was the grave yard...it was...well kind of creepy..
Summary: I recently purchased my first Mystery Case Files game - Ravenhearst. It was the first hidden object game I have had since the "I Spy's" I played with my children. I was captivated for hours. So after finishing the Ravenhearst, I went to the website to check for other games.
Summary: The game is challenging and I enjoy playing it. Even though I have made it to the finish line, I continue to play it over again. Each time you play it, there are clues that are different from the first time. I recommend this game.
Excerpt: This is one of many hidden object games available for PC. I bought this in a game shop new for £3.99. The game is by big fish games and is also available to download from their website or to play a free trial to see if you like it.
Summary: If you like a good memory game with some small challenges and time trials, this game is for you. Also if you're new to Big Fish or hidden object games, this is a classic and sets the scene for other games which follow such as Return to Ravenhearst, Madame Fate, 13th Skull and others.