Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: Huntsville
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Mystery Case Files-Huntsville
22 November 2008
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. Really fun.
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...like halloween with ghosts and skeletons. Just thought I would let you know at least that part. If you are a parent and you find that kind of thing questionable...then you need to know that.
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. The Huntsville game sounded fun. I could not stop playing until I finished it about 4 hours later. It was very fast paced with the time limits. It kept my interest the entire time.
Summary: I purchased Mystery Case Files: Huntsville (PC Games)and have been having fun searching for the items to solve the case ever since. It is a great game if you like finding hidden objects. Over all, I would say that this game is a great gift for anyone who likes to look for things and can remember that sometimes words can mean two different things.
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.
Mystery Case Files: Huntsville (PC): Welcome to the town of Huntsville, population 357
9 October 2012
Summary: Mystery Case Files - Huntsville 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. This game doesn't come with any kind of manual, only a disc in the box so you don't get anything extra by buying the disc rather than downloading the 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. This game doesn't come with any kind of manual, only a disc in the box so you don't get anything extra by buying the disc rather than downloading the game. One good point is that installation is very quick and easy and ...
Excerpt: "This review is for Mystery Case Files Huntsville. === The Game === I have been playing many games recently which are about the player finding items in random scenes to progress further in the game until completion. This game is just like that but is done in a different way. Usually mystery case file games require someone to actually move around crime scenes, look for clues and then try and collect items like keys and letters to use later on if ...
Pros: It has a good way of making you think to find items
Conclusion: I bought this game for my son to play and I was the one addicted to it! It is great fun and my son likes it too, which is great as he is addicted to the xbox, so was suprised he even gave it a go, we were having great fun finding the hidden clues, and all for a fiver! well worth it!!!