Love it already The graphics a very good in this game although still not The Room quality. The game was fairly challenging but too short. I spent about an hour to conquer it. That's not quite long enough for my taste for the cost. The Room was $2 and kept me entertained for hours. I guess I'm spoiled by it.
Really though!?! This is THE SHORTEST game I've ever seen that you have to pay for! Whoever is responsible for this game should be ashamed of themselves! Seriously contemplating on seeing what can be done about the $$ I just wasted on this stupid game! Because I want my $ back. I've never had to leave a complaint review before. I am completely disappointed.
Way too short & obvious Can't believe I paid for this. It sounded interesting, but it was so quick to play through, none of it was even remotely difficult, and I mean everything is staring you in the face obvious. I'm okay with that if the story is decent, but I figured I was maybe getting close to the end of part 1, nope, that was the whole thing. Wasted potential. Could have been amazing.
Very Short Game!!! I first played "The Lost City" game by the same company and loved it. Thought I'd love this one too but it is so short and there are not very many puzzles. It is not a manor, more like a small house. Very disappointed!!!
Good game but short I recommend to not use any hints, I completed the game without using hints, some puzzles are a little difficult but not too hard to figure out, this game is very short for a pay to play but fun, so if you don't use hints it will make the game longer
Good, but very short Refreshing to see different (albeit clunky) graphics and puzzles but really, really short in comparison to others in this genre. Not bad if you want a quick game to try out the hidden object genre, but be warned that it really doesn't have a lot of gameplay.
All of the art and programming has been updated to support Retina HD devices.
Has been localized into multiple languages.
A hint guide, journal and map are now built into the game.
The Secret of the Lost Manor is a new Point and Click game. Are you ready?
An adventure from Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert and Double Fine Productions.