Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst Game - Free game download
Description MCF Ravenhearst Game:
The Mystery Case Files series continues with Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst.
Rumors surrounding the history of stately Ravenhearst Manor have circulated for decades. The recently acquired diary of Emma Ravenhearst may hold the key to unraveling the tale behind this unsettling place, yet the pages are missing.
Players assume the role of Master Detective to unlock secrets held within Ravenhearst, scouring 32 rooms in the manor for cleverly hidden clues. Locating and assembling diary pages helps tell the story of the house and, ultimately, unlock the mystery.
Can you be the master detective who unlocks the secrets in Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst?
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User Reviews Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst Game:
Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst is the next game in the Mystery Case Files game series. Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst has a lot of the things that made the previous Mystery Case Files games Huntsville and Prime Suspects a success but doesn't just rely on the proven forumula. In Ravenhearst there are new twists. This time, instead of interviewing suspects you have to find the missing pages of Emma Ravenhearst's diary to unlock the mystery at Ravenhearst Manor. Another fiendish twist are the elaborate locking mechanisms that protect some rooms in Ravenhearst Manor. The locks are superb mini-games in themselves. Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst continues the Mystery Case Files tradition of quality fun games and its own unique new twists keep the MCF series fresh and has me hoping there will be another MCF game to follow Ravenhearst!!" - Bob S.
“I said before it's hard for a sequel to be as good as the first one but Ravenhearst the 3rd in the Mystery Case Files series picks up where Huntsville and Prime Suspects left off and is a superb game with it's own new twists. Well done, our whole family enjoyed this latest installment in the mystery Case Files series” - Joan J
"Totally Awesome!!!!!! I already had Huntsville and Prime Suspects and now I've got Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst!" - Kman
"The mini games in Ravenhearst where you have to unlock things are really challenging. I loved this game" - Emily
"I can keep playing all the Mystery Case Files game over and over again. And now Ravenhearst! It's like a new game every time I play it because you get new clues every time!" - Jezza
"Ravenhearst is a great game. I hadn't played the other Mystery Case Files games, Prime Suspects and Huntsville but I don't think that mattered. I picked how to play Ravenhearst very fast. This is a real head-scratching game that makes you think." - Richard
"Ravenhearst rocks!!!!! The whole MCF series is awesome and Ravenhearst is one of the best" - Mikey
"I like playing Ravenhearst in relaxed mode. It gave me more time to think. Fantastic Game!!!! " - Sami
"When Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst starts it's like watching a movie. The graphics are amazing. Ravenhearst is a great game!!!! " - Mikki
Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst Game Tips & Hints:
Don't waste your time looking for the last clue to find the diary page in a location in Mystery Case Files Ravenhearst. You can always come back later if you get stuck. Move on to the another room. You can always come back later.
Long, narrow clues often hide along edges of other items.
Often clues of a certain color are hidden in or near items of the same color.
Try using up all your hints before use the telephone. The telephone will solve the locked door challenge for you but you will forfeit any hints you still have.
Some of the places where you can find a skeleton key are the light fixture in the dining room, under the dollar bill in the servant's quarters and near the lantern above the globe in the library.
Hint: To unlock this door, the wooden tokens must be fit into the appropriate slots. The circle of slots is divided into two halves, the left being light and the right being dark. You must fit the tokens that have sun/light themes into the left side, and darkness themes in the right.
Windows PC Game:
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
CPU: 600 Mhz
RAM: 128 MB
Hard Drive: 91 MB