Review from Scarlet Ratliff
NOT FOR ANDROID! Looks to be a great game for iPhones. However, it's not really clear that it's not for Androids so when I purchased the app, I was disappointed to find this out. Big Fish should make this clear during purchase.
Just what I expected from BFG Big fish games are the best. This MCF game is by far my fave in the series so when I seen it was available for the tablet I was estatic. The game plays great on my tablet, its almost perfect, the only thing id like to see improved is when u zoom in on the hidden object scenes, its a bit blurry. Id like for future games to be more ccllear whhen u zoom in. Other than that everything is perfect. This issue doesnt even affect the gameplay really,its just somethin id like to see improved. Ill be looking forward to more from BFG! Theyre the best!
Classic PC game, nicely ported I've been playing Mystery Case Files since the beginning. I loved this game on PC, and this is a near perfect port onto the mobile platform. The puzzles require some thinking, and the hidden objects require a keen eye. My only criticism is whenever I zoom in and scroll around to find the hidden objects in the "I spy" areas, I sometimes pick up items when I never truly found them. Helpful!... but ruins some of the challenge. Great game! Big fan!
Wonderful game I am nearing the end of it, and so far I must say it has been an excellent game. I have enjoyed playing immensely. Could only give 4 stars due to game needing an actual hint button rather than clicking an inventory item and dragging to hint button where you get a glimpse of an area you are to use the item in. Wasn't a true point in the direction you need to go, hint button. My only gripe really, overall, great game big fish!
Great game! Great game and really long so you won't get bored with it. The only thing I didn't like was the fact that there were no direction with any of the puzzels. You had to figure out what to do or get a walkthrough. Some directions would have been nice. Other than that it is definitely what you pay for it.
Plenty of Puzzles I looked fo.rward to nudging this HO game along, sometimes rather slowly, but always trusting in my abilities, and in the quality of the game to hold my attention and to make sense. It was almost a disappointment to reach the ending. I played on a Galaxy tablet which made a good platform. I liked how I could zoom in to look for hidden objects. Reminds of the oriiginal Ravenhearst game, with some quirky twists.
Very hard very long, not much help. But then, when you do succeed, more gratifying. Last hidden object in victor's cottage shed: the cats eyes didn't respond for ages. However to give a game of this complexity any less than 5 would be mean!