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MCF is one of the most favorite game series of the hidden object adventure genre. The game is beautifully polished in its every aspect. It will be more interesting for those who tendto more challenging games in some awesome wrapping. Mystery Case Files: Escape from Ravenhearst is the sequel to a series where you go back to the manor that you thought you were never going back to. This time you are trying to finish this story again, but this time you are going to go through the story of your enemy. And that story and background are not that interesting and attractive. It is more like a journey to what it takes to come up with a totally sick and perverted personality.
From Alaware Games, the twisted creators of the Twisted Lands series, the creative geniuses that invented the Chicken Invaders series, comes the next manifestation of their awesome game designing abilities. House of 1000 Doors: Evil Inside Collector's Edition is the most recent installment of the House of 1000 Doors series, and it is every bit as evil as you would expect. For those of you gamers with a bit of a dark side, the Evil Inside game is bound to tickle your soul… but remember that there’s still a real world out here so don’t go postal on the rest of us. You play the role of Emily, a seemingly normal girl living what seems to be a normal life here on earth.
From Eipix Entertainment, the creators of the epic series, Final Cut, comes a new episode in the Dead Reckoning series. Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Collector's Edition takes you on a mysterious adventure in a whodunit style Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game that will keep you searching for clues. If you like Eipix and played too much Clue as a kid, then you will absolutely fall in love with Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Collector's Edition. Nothing is more fun than a good old fashioned murder mystery party…. until disaster strikes and the murder mystery
Everyone is friends with everybody in small towns, but when disaster strikes, suddenly things take a turn for the worst. If you have enjoyed the previous episodes of the Small Town Terrors series, then get ready for another amusing quest. Small Town Terrors: Galdor’s Bluff Collector’s Edition takes you into the village of Galdor’s Bluff in a Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game that’s sure to keep your brain itching for hours! The small town of Galdor’s Bluff has two great illusionists. One of them, Joseph Thurman, has invited you to his show, which is bound to be the best one of the century. Roger Addington is another of the greats, and he also studied under the magnificent Sir Charles Galdor, founder of Galdor’s Bluff.
ERS Games has come out with the anticipated sixth episode continuation of the mysterious Redemption Cemetery game series. Redemption Cemetery: The Island of the Lost Collector's Editionis a hidden object puzzle adventure game that is bound to keep you searching around in the details for clues for hours on end of fun. If you have played any of the previous parts of the Redemption Cemetery series, then you already know that ERS Games doesn’t put their name on boredom. If you have played any of the previous parts of the Redemption Cemetery series, then you already know that ERS Games doesn’t put their name on boredom. You are taking a flight over the Pacific. Nothing too special. Suddenly, you get blown off course by a giant hooded creature with long claws attacking your plane and you hit a lighthouse and end up on an enchanted island!
From the cutting-edge game designers, Eipix, the same crew that created the hot game, Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret comes a brand new case for you to solve in the newest chapter of the Danse Macabre series, Danse Macabre: Deadly Deception Collector's Edition. If you like roaring 20s chaos, then this is the Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game for you! It has a Great Gatsbyesque feel to it. The over-the-top budget for the finer things in life that leave you wondering, “Just what is going on behind the scenes of this debauchery?”
The fourth episode in the legendary Nightfall Mysteries series has finally come! Nightfall Mysteries: Haunted by the Past Collector's Edition is brought to you by Vast Studios, the designers of the Nightfall Mysteries series and the Dark Canvas series. If you are familiar with some of Vast Studio’s other work, then you should have a pretty good idea of what you’re getting yourself into. Nightfall Mysteries 4 is a Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game that will keep you on the edge of your chair as you hunt down the one who is responsible for your grandfather’s death. Buckle your seatbelts, folks, because this is going to be one fantastic ride. You play the role of Christine, the granddaughter of Charles Crenshaw, who died in a house fire in the mystical town of Haven Rock.
How appropriate that “The Mystery of Marie Roget” should come as a sequel to “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” as that is how Poe intended! Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's The Mystery of Marie Roget Collector's Edition is an absolutely delightfully creepy follow up to the previous six episodes of the Dark Tales™ series.“There are few persons, even among the calmest thinkers, who have not occasionally been startled into a vague yet thrilling half-credence in the supernatural, by coincidences of so seemingly marvellous a character that, as mere coincidences, the intellect has been unable to receive them. Such sentiments—for the half-credences of which I speak have never the full force of thought—such sentiments are seldom thoroughly stifled unless by reference to the doctrine of chance, or, as it is technically termed, the Calculus of Probabilities. Now this Calculus is, in its essence, purely mathematical; and thus we have the anomaly of the most rigidly exact in science applied to the shadow and spirituality of the most intangible in speculation.” -Edgar Allen Poe’s opening lines of “The Mystery of Marie Roget.”