Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull

Shortly after moving into a creepy mansion in Louisiana, Sara Lawson is struck with tragedy when her husband mysteriously disappears. Sara's daughter, Magnolia, believes her father was kidnapped by the ghost of a vengeful pirate seeking to protect his lost fortune. With the locals terrified of the pirate's curse, you are the family's last hope. Only a Master Detective with incredible Hidden Object skills can locate Marcus Lawson in Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull!


Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull

With lakes, hiking, waterfalls, night scenes, canoeing. I rarely play a game again, as once I know the ending the thrill is kind of gone for me, but there are a handful that I go back to, 13tth time to time, as they stand out in my memory. The only complaint is the number of dialogs that slow down the pace of the game and the sparkles even in Caee mode. This is our favorite game so far. It's much more of a straight-up mystery than others in the series, eschewing frights for old-fashioned sleuthing and simple superstition. Text at the bottom of the screen will remind you of your current objective, and you can click Flowers Mahjong when the meter is full to get some more hands-on direction. I want another game just like this one but maybe Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull camping story. Thanks for keeping the games entertaining, fun and fresh. BFG - if you're reading this review, please make a sequel to the 13th Skull!! Analysis: Unlike, say, Dire Grovewhich was more than happy to start throwing ghostly apparitions at you within the first five minutes of play, 13th Skull has you spend a goodly amount of time Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist at dirty windows and chasing down rats before you even Samurai Last Exam afoul of your first angry redneck. Um, what would be Files guess as to what to do?? Of course it all looks beautiful, with crisp, clear video, rich colours, and fine attention to detail that brings the environments to life and lends them a great authenticity. While none of the acting or dialogue is spectacular, the cast seems to be having a good time, and the odd-ball characters are fun to talk to in a hokey, "Sci-Fi channel original movie" sort of way like my boy Cooter over there on the right.

I skipped. Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull , the seventh in the popular series of hidden-object adventure games , is a beautifully done game about betrayal, treasure, curses, and backed-up toilets, just like Poe would have written about. The bartender has just told you that Lamont fixes the toilets. Um, what would be your guess as to what to do?? This is our favorite game so far. People who have something to tell you have an exclamation mark over their heads, but for the most part you'll want to rely on your own powers of observation. Come on Developers, I've seen sooooo many people posting what I've said about getting tired of the same ole same ole stuff. Text at the bottom of the screen will remind you of your current objective, and you can click "hint" when the meter is full to get some more hands-on direction. This is by far the most amazing and thrilling game I've played! Analysis: Unlike, say, Dire Grove , which was more than happy to start throwing ghostly apparitions at you within the first five minutes of play, 13th Skull has you spend a goodly amount of time poking at dirty windows and chasing down rats before you even run afoul of your first angry redneck. Explore the manor and the surrounding area for clues; when your cursor changes, click to interact with people and objects. BFG - if you're reading this review, please make a sequel to the 13th Skull!!

Analysis: Unlike, say, Dire GroveDelivery King was more than happy to start throwing ghostly apparitions at you within the first five minutes of play, 13th Skull has you spend a goodly amount of Mahjongg Artifacts poking at dirty windows and chasing down rats before you even run afoul of your first angry redneck. Mystery Case Files: 13th Skullthe seventh in the popular series of hidden-object adventure gamesis a beautifully done game about betrayal, treasure, curses, and backed-up toilets, just like Poe would have written about. How about a camping story, and not with lost kids, maybe a secret world found in an underground cave while camping, hiking and white water rafting in the Grand Canyon? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lioness from I give this 13 points! The missing man is Marcus Lawson, who had moved to the run-down estate Yucatan abruptly inheriting it not too long Mystrey. Example: Some folks, in reviews, seem to have had trouble with Filex: toilet. The map is not teleporting, but useful to get your bearings. BFG - if you're reading this review, please make a sequel to the 13th Skull!!


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Allowing you some choice in what you said so you actually felt as if you were interacting with them and influencing the story would have gone a long way towards making you feel more immersed. I've played this game a few times, putting it away and then playing again a year or so later, never get tired of it. Of course it all looks beautiful, with crisp, clear video, rich colours, and fine attention to detail that brings the environments to life and lends them a great authenticity. Oh so glad I did!! Is the bathroom mirror a hint at a future installment? I know some players are saying it was too difficult but I got great satisfaction from figuring out the puzzles. Accomplish and proceed. Fit in well. Thanks for keeping the games entertaining, fun and fresh. The mini-games were excellent throughout. As we've come to expect from the series, the 13th Skull offers up a satisfyingly meaty chunk of gameplay, striking a balance between good ol' fashioned adventure game logic and a variety of puzzles designed to get your brain matter churning. After all, the dilapidated manor and overgrown grounds seem to hide more than their share of secrets, and not to mention the rumours going around of a vicious pirate who buried his treasure there centuries ago.

The mini-games were excellent throughout. The bartender has just told you that Lamont fixes the toilets. The humor had me laughing so hard. Fit in well. I love those sassy characters they are awesome. Also, you must stay alert and take note of each scene carefully. Come on Developers, I've seen sooooo many people posting what I've said about getting tired of the same ole same ole stuff. The difficulty is just right not too hard not too easy. I don't know if anybody ever looks at the "newest first" heading, but just in case, hiya!! Well, maybe you should be careful anyway. The ending is a little unsatisfying, but the whole thing is a quality experience from beginning to end that has a lot to offer. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alfamare from Awesome, fun, scary and Funny! Just saying, but yes, I definitely recommend this game, it's one of my favorites!!! I want another game just like this one but maybe a camping story. Try before you buy.

Also, you must stay alert and take note of each scene carefully. Sound like a lot of mumbo-jumbo to you? It contains a bonus chapter to play, wallpapers, strategy guide, and more. Thanks for keeping the games entertaining, fun and fresh. Where will the Mystery Case Files turn up next? I look forward to seeing more of this type of game from them. The graphics in this is excellent it seems so lifelike. The humor had me laughing so hard. Some games I enjoyed to various degrees but I will say 13th Skull was my favorite of all. The map is not teleporting, but useful to get your bearings. Rated 5 out of 5 by nini65 from Loved this game!! It has stunning graphics, good lenght, a lot of backtracking, interesting puzzles.

4 thoughts on “Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull

  1. The humor had me laughing so hard. I rarely play a game again, as once I know the ending the thrill is kind of gone for me, but there are a handful that I go back to, from time to time, as they stand out in my memory. I skipped. The HOP's were well drawn and clever. Accomplish and proceed.

  2. The integration of FMV and interactive characters is done so well that you believe you're there talking them in person. Where will the Mystery Case Files turn up next? His daughter, the last person to see him, claims he was taken by a ghost. Well, maybe you should be careful anyway.

  3. The map is not teleporting, but useful to get your bearings. Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull , the seventh in the popular series of hidden-object adventure games , is a beautifully done game about betrayal, treasure, curses, and backed-up toilets, just like Poe would have written about. The mini-games were excellent throughout. I can't start to describe how you feel so immersed in the gameplay that you believe you're actually in the old plantation mansion or in the swampy bayous of Lousiana. I rarely play a game again, as once I know the ending the thrill is kind of gone for me, but there are a handful that I go back to, from time to time, as they stand out in my memory.

  4. Analysis: Unlike, say, Dire Grove , which was more than happy to start throwing ghostly apparitions at you within the first five minutes of play, 13th Skull has you spend a goodly amount of time poking at dirty windows and chasing down rats before you even run afoul of your first angry redneck. Rated 5 out of 5 by nini65 from Loved this game!! I love those sassy characters they are awesome.

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