Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst
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16 January 2009
Summary: this game is not just a hidden object game like before. You have to use your brain more to figure out what tools to use and where. I like the fact that the tools will help you on different levels. If you do like challenge you should not buy it.
Summary: This game requires a lot of care, even if you download the 40-page tip sheet. Not all venues react the way they are supposed to. I have re-loaded it twice hoping to be able to make everything "work" the way it is supposed to, but am ending up with a less than perfect result because of glitches in the program. A real challenge!
Summary: I do not recommend this game. Story line was okay. Mini-games, blah! I had to skip about 95% of them. I like challenging mini-games but these were terrible. When they came up, you did not know what to do with them, how to solve them? Had to check the strategy guide way too much. Mini-games were so frustrating. When you had to hunt for hidden items, that was okay. Some of the things were small but you could still find them. I was so disappointed with this game.
Excerpt: "Rose Somerset wants nothing more than to be reunited with her daughters, the trouble is that they all died a long time ago and are now ghosts. Her twin girls also wander around trying to find their mother after they had been separated from her and locked up in Ravenhearst Manor by their cruel father. Can you solve the secrets that this ghostly manor holds? Return to Ravenhearst is a point and click puzzle game for the PC made by Big Fish Games. The ...