Summary: its part comic book style while the story unfolds ho;s can be challenging games i had trouble each game has a door puzzles you can skip otherwise id still be there its a good game its kinda dark and victorian worth the price if you like adventures
Summary: This game is terrific! The graphics are beautiful. Mostly a hidden object game with fun logic puzzles mixed in. You can play it many times & still enjoy it. The objects you have to find change & you can beat your best times. I plan on purchasing the other Ravenhurst games. Great for older folks and still challenging for younger players. It keeps your mind working!
Summary: I have not completed this game yet but so far so good. Very similar to the Letters from Nowhere, and the Becky Brogan series. The dark, sinister appearing scenes make finding objects difficult, and some objects you cannot see unless you use a hint to bring it into focus. That is true with most of these type games and is somewhat annoying.
Summary: MCF as a series has gone through a lot of changes since this early release, both in game type and length. This one, though, was my first intro to the series at all, and while the screens were difficult for me (vision problems), the storyline was absorbing. Mini puzzles were on the easy side, but part of the story, too, which I liked. It's straight hidden object, and the screens are often on the shady side, and simply crammed with tiny things to find.