Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy

Uncover your grandfather’s secret in Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy, an incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! After inheriting Stanwick Manor, Emma searches the house and discovers that there is a secret to reveal. Finding proof that the house isn’t as abandoned as she was led to believe, Emma must now solve clever puzzles and make her way into locked rooms to discover the truth behind the mansion in Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy!


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The graphics were fine. But the mystery of the story was never really developed much, leading to Stawick I thought was a very unsatisfying ending. It feels like it started off good and then the creators Lfgacy the game couldn't figure out what to do with it. The Hint feature takes a while Fabulous: Angela New York to LA Collectors Edition reload, which can be annoying when you have no idea what to do next to solve the mystery. Overall I found the game irrating in that the 'hint" function was anything but that. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mzlady68 from Great game This game was just not long enough on trial. Good music, and a map that lets you know where to look. The graphics are good but not great Mystsry: liked how the story continually became more relayed the further Island Tribe you got in game. Did Mad Mouse granddad tell the full story? Thanks GameHouse! The trick is to figure out what you Youuda to do next, where you are to go and what things move on their own. Not a game you want to eat at your computer or avoid going out for the day etc I didn't realize Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy until after I purchased it, but I got more than half way thru the game during the free trial.

Hints were not helpful, as they merely pointed to something that needed to be solved, without providing any suggestions as to what to do next or how to find the artifact needed. I didn't realize it until after I purchased it, but I got more than half way thru the game during the free trial. That's why I gave it 2 stars. I found myself scrambling to unlock each room as I couldn't wait to feast my eyes on what was next. But the mystery of the story was never really developed much, leading to what I thought was a very unsatisfying ending. Publisher's Description From Macgamestore: In Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy, after her parents mysteriously deceased when she was still a little child, her grandfather sent Emma Stanwick to a boarding school. NOT travel. Try it if your a FunPass member, but I don't recommend a purchase. The puzzles are average nothing original. Of all the game titles that BF claims have "gorgeous graphics", this one is not mentioned and it has my vote for the Best. The supposedly big surprise at the end is that there is no surprise! Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Stylistically riveting.

Between the HOGs, the graphics were good. Fills the whole screen. Talks about characters that were there once, giving the game a sense of discovering past history. The music is decent but lacked sound effects. Good music, and a map that lets you know where to look.


Nope it didn't. Talks about characters that were there once, giving the game a sense of discovering past history. Of all the game titles that BF claims have "gorgeous graphics", this one is not mentioned and it has my vote for the Best. Liked the artwork, the beginning of the story, and that I could actually figure out what to do with the artifacts -- most of the time. On the flip side, there was a little too much wandering back and forth from room to room, and the hidden objects and artifacts could be tough to find. Creep around large, expansive and smaller rooms, hallways and secret passages. I know I needed quite a few of them! Graphics were as I liked them colourful and realistic, not cartoonist. The supposedly big surprise at the end is that there is no surprise! Emma's memories of living in the manor make it possible to open secret locks and lead her further into the house, revealing more and more secrets. The puzzles are average nothing original. Thanks GameHouse! Big on HOPS.

Would recommend it to others who enjoy puzzles as well as HO scenes. Some hidden object were hard to find which is nice and what i liked was it was not a dark game, some games you need night vision googles to see them The only downside to this game was it was far to short Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tamiprince from Just plain old fun : This had a great story line, just enough scare with out being demonic. Lousy storyline, silly puzzles and too many HO scenes that are too dark to see. Talks about characters that were there once, giving the game a sense of discovering past history. The detail of each room on the ground floor and first floor is eye candy -- the furniture, paneling, etc. The puzzles are average nothing original. No kid would be interested at all either. The manor has been in the family for ages. It feels like it started off good and then the creators of the game couldn't figure out what to do with it. The mini games give you no intructions whatsoever The main character's parents died there, trying to figure out the "big secret" and that makes no sense whatsoever. During her search, Emma discovers that nothing is what it seems to be. I'd even go as far as to say this game is better than Ravenhurst which was my undisputed favorite search-the-manor HOG

The graphics are good but not great The HO scenes are fairly easy BUT 3 or 4 hidden objects in each scene can be difficult to find not because they are cleverly hidden but because they are partially hidden by another item. When her taxi approaches the house there is a strange light glowing through the windows. Creep around large, expansive and smaller rooms, hallways and secret passages. I recommend this to no one. Hidden objects were relevant for further game play. Sounds spooky? I won't give the plot away, but I will say that the story ended with almost as many questions unanswered as it began. Challenging games. I know I needed quite a few of them! What's going on? Luckily you are given a map; it is not interactive but it does tell you where there are active tasks, you also get a journal. But the mystery of the story was never really developed much, leading to what I thought was a very unsatisfying ending. Lousy storyline, silly puzzles and too many HO scenes that are too dark to see. She recalls her grandfather telling her that he was an inventor of some sorts: "A bit of a mysterious man.

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8 thoughts on “Youda Mystery: The Stanwick Legacy

  1. That's why I gave it 2 stars. Emma's memories of living in the manor make it possible to open secret locks and lead her further into the house, revealing more and more secrets. With mixed feelings about it all, she goes back to her old home to find out if there is still any secret to reveal. Between the HOGs, the graphics were good.

  2. It had a great mix of hidden object and puzzles. Emma's great-grandfather also lived here before she was born. All in all, I think that this is a game that I will probably play again.

  3. YOUDA you let me down. Stanwick Manor, once a beautiful house and Emma's home, is now abandoned and empty. Only to be disappointed by the "ending" of the game. Graphics were as I liked them colourful and realistic, not cartoonist.

  4. Why do some of the paintings move and what makes that heartbeat like sound? Have just finished it was a bit disappointed at the end as it just appeared to finish, wished it had gone on longer and a more moving finish. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by luvsebring from suspenseful game for a change with visually rich atmostphere As far as HOS games go, I really liked this one.

  5. You have had to really think about what needs to be done. I know I needed quite a few of them! Would recommend it to others who enjoy puzzles as well as HO scenes.

  6. With mixed feelings about it all, she goes back to her old home to find out if there is still any secret to reveal. The hint button has the irritating habit of indicating what puzzle needs to be solved in the room you're in, whether or not it's the next puazzle that needs to be completed. I was able to find a walkthrough for this game on line, which helped with a couple of things I was having trouble with. But if you want a game's story to be entertaining and make sense, you probably will not like this game.

  7. I also turned the volume down on the music through the option link. Talks about characters that were there once, giving the game a sense of discovering past history. But just having artifacts wasn't enough to proceed in the game. Good music, and a map that lets you know where to look.

  8. Some hidden object were hard to find which is nice and what i liked was it was not a dark game, some games you need night vision googles to see them The only downside to this game was it was far to short Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tamiprince from Just plain old fun : This had a great story line, just enough scare with out being demonic. I also turned the volume down on the music through the option link. Graphics were as I liked them colourful and realistic, not cartoonist. The only problem is the game was not long enough. What's going on?

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