Mystery Case Files: The Countess Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next terrifying case of the classic series Mystery Case Files! Lady Eleanor Codington, prominent friend of the Queen herself, has disappeared while renovating her family’s legendary estate. Explore the crumbling grounds of world-famous children’s author Gloria Codington for clues. A towering black mirror may reveal a secret, but gazing into its depths may bring more than just a few years of bad luck. Can you find Eleanor and escape the manor alive? Find out in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

More Mystery Case Files Articles. The puzzles remain a highlight in the game, with impressive difficulty level and clever twists that often tie into the storyline. The background music is epic and effectively enhances the suspense factor, while the voice-overs are true to the characters. However, I found it difficult to get really invested in the characters. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and finding mini-games and HOGs as you go. I try and avoid using jump maps — it draws you out of the story if you start teleporting between rooms — but this means that I end up having a bit of back and forth at times. In terms of design though, there were a couple of things that frustrated me as a Mystery Case Files fan. The music also annoyed me. Luckily your request is granted, and you make your way to Codington Manor where Eleanor was least seen. The sounds are also especially good in this game. The game begins with a short intro scene, setting up a story about a creepy mirror and the thing that lives inside it. The Lady in Black appears right off the bat as you attempt to enter the manor as well, so get used to her popping out of mirrors and black smoke as you play. You then hear a message from the queen on a tape recorder this time, not the phone giving you your mission.

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That being said, Eipix still delivers in terms of sights and sounds. However, I found it difficult to get really invested in the characters. I try and avoid using jump maps — it draws you out of the story if you start teleporting between rooms — but this means that I end up having a bit of back and forth at times. Mystery Case Files returns to its signature form after a slight detour with the previous installment, Rewind. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and finding mini-games and HOGs as you go. However, unlike most of the better Mystery Case Files sequels, The Countess feels a little lacking in the story department. The main plot revolves around the familiar haunted house theme and although there are some intriguing thriller elements, there is still not enough depth and layers to the storyline — the level that is expected from a Mystery Case Files game. On Custom difficulty no sparkle-indicators, slow recharge on Hint and Skip, minimal black bar instructions , it took me just over six hours to play through. Early on in the game and highlighted in the intro scene , you discover that a large black mirror has some significance, and that there is a supernatural creature residing within it who is most likely responsible for the dark goings-on. The graphics are nice, a bit dark and filtered for my taste, but it certainly sets the scene. Mystery Case Files: The Countess might not be the most challenging game in the series, but that does not mean that it is not enjoyable. Of course, when someone warns you of an ancient evil, you probably should take heed of it, but there would be no Mystery Case Files to solve if everyone was a cautious as they should be. Mystery Case Files: The Countess is an exciting haunted house adventure, even though it is missing the kind of complexity and sinister undertones that the series was known for. Luckily your request is granted, and you make your way to Codington Manor where Eleanor was least seen. The music also annoyed me.


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The game begins with a short intro Mysteery, setting up a story about a creepy mirror and the thing that lives inside it. The background music is Collectkrs and effectively enhances the suspense factor, while the voice-overs are true to the characters. The main plot revolves around the familiar haunted house theme and although there are some intriguing thriller elements, there is still not enough depth and layers to the storyline — the level that is expected from a Mystery Case Files game. On Custom difficulty no sparkle-indicators, slow recharge on Hint and Skip, minimal black bar instructionsit took me just over six hours to play through. Nevertheless, Mystery Case Files has been something of a disappointment for me since Dire Grove, Sacred Grove — and since Eipix took over the development. In terms of design though, there were a couple of things Heartwild Solitaire - Book Two frustrated me as a Mystery Case Files fan. The gameplay is professionally crafted, regardless of the abundance of cookie-cutter HOPA tropes. The music also annoyed me. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and Aveyond: Gates of Night mini-games and HOGs as you go. Puzzles aside, I found the gameplay a bit frustrating. The sounds are also especially good in this game. Mystery Case Files: The Countess Collectors Edition Mystery Case Files Articles. The puzzles remain a highlight in the game, with impressive difficulty level and Mystery Case Files: Shadow Lake Collectors Edition twists that often tie into the storyline.

The gameplay is professionally crafted, regardless of the abundance of cookie-cutter HOPA tropes. Mystery Case Files returns to its signature form after a slight detour with the previous installment, Rewind. I played on Custom difficulty mode and I do like games where you can customize difficulty , so I had a slow recharge on Hint and Skip. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. NPCs are illustrated but not always fully animated, though they are a big step up from the cartoonish characters in Key to Ravenhearst and Ravenhearst Unlocked. In addition, long-time Mystery Case Files fans would not be disappointed by the so-called Super Puzzles, that are as engaging and as creative as ever. However, I found it difficult to get really invested in the characters. In terms of design though, there were a couple of things that frustrated me as a Mystery Case Files fan. The game begins with a short intro scene, setting up a story about a creepy mirror and the thing that lives inside it. Discover the dark history of the estate as you face The Countess in this latest Mystery Case Files installment! She had recently taken up the task of reclaiming her family home with a crew of professionals, despite the warnings of her father that an ancient evil lay in wait beyond the manor doors. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. Rescue the girl, defeat the demon, leave the house. Overall, this is a decent game. That being said, Eipix still delivers in terms of sights and sounds.

You then hear a message from the queen on a tape recorder this time, not the phone giving you your mission. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this Detective Solitaire: Inspector Magic And The Man Without A Face MCF game will be added to your collection. However, unlike most of the better Mystery Case Files sequels, The Countess feels a little lacking in the story department. Luckily your request is granted, and you make your way to Codington Manor where Eleanor was least seen. In addition, long-time Mystery Case Files fans would not be disappointed by the so-called Super Puzzles, that are Bubble Zoo 2 engaging and as creative as ever.


I played on Custom difficulty mode and I do like games where you can customize difficulty , so I had a slow recharge on Hint and Skip. Rescue the girl, defeat the demon, leave the house. More Mystery Case Files Articles. Early on in the game and highlighted in the intro scene , you discover that a large black mirror has some significance, and that there is a supernatural creature residing within it who is most likely responsible for the dark goings-on. Broken Hour and The Black Veil non-Ravenhearst games were okay, but they lacked the magic of the earlier games. I played the CE for this one, and there were a few extras with it. Often, the what, why and where were unclear, and I had to resort to guesswork and random tries. The sounds are also especially good in this game. She had recently taken up the task of reclaiming her family home with a crew of professionals, despite the warnings of her father that an ancient evil lay in wait beyond the manor doors. Mystery Case Files: The Countess might not be the most challenging game in the series, but that does not mean that it is not enjoyable. And I was right… The Countess is somewhere in between. Discover the dark history of the estate as you face The Countess in this latest Mystery Case Files installment! You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. The game begins with a short intro scene, setting up a story about a creepy mirror and the thing that lives inside it.

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  1. Of course, when someone warns you of an ancient evil, you probably should take heed of it, but there would be no Mystery Case Files to solve if everyone was a cautious as they should be. Mystery Case Files returns to its signature form after a slight detour with the previous installment, Rewind. On Custom difficulty no sparkle-indicators, slow recharge on Hint and Skip, minimal black bar instructions , it took me just over six hours to play through. In addition, long-time Mystery Case Files fans would not be disappointed by the so-called Super Puzzles, that are as engaging and as creative as ever. Discover the dark history of the estate as you face The Countess in this latest Mystery Case Files installment!

  2. The main plot revolves around the familiar haunted house theme and although there are some intriguing thriller elements, there is still not enough depth and layers to the storyline — the level that is expected from a Mystery Case Files game. The big problem is that, while the game is alright if you treat it as a standalone, it is a Mystery Case Files game. The opening scenes will send shivers down your spine as a woman in black is seen frantically scribbling out a story to tell some unseen listeners.

  3. The game begins with a short intro scene, setting up a story about a creepy mirror and the thing that lives inside it. The big problem is that, while the game is alright if you treat it as a standalone, it is a Mystery Case Files game. However, I found it difficult to get really invested in the characters. Posted by Hannah Kate at That being said, Eipix still delivers in terms of sights and sounds.

  4. However, unlike most of the better Mystery Case Files sequels, The Countess feels a little lacking in the story department. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. I played the CE for this one, and there were a few extras with it. The graphics are nice, a bit dark and filtered for my taste, but it certainly sets the scene.

  5. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and finding mini-games and HOGs as you go. You then hear a message from the queen on a tape recorder this time, not the phone giving you your mission. Of course, when someone warns you of an ancient evil, you probably should take heed of it, but there would be no Mystery Case Files to solve if everyone was a cautious as they should be.

  6. Mystery Case Files: The Countess might not be the most challenging game in the series, but that does not mean that it is not enjoyable. Nevertheless, Mystery Case Files has been something of a disappointment for me since Dire Grove, Sacred Grove — and since Eipix took over the development. The gameplay is professionally crafted, regardless of the abundance of cookie-cutter HOPA tropes. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and finding mini-games and HOGs as you go. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection.

  7. However, I found it difficult to get really invested in the characters. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. In addition, long-time Mystery Case Files fans would not be disappointed by the so-called Super Puzzles, that are as engaging and as creative as ever. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. Often, the what, why and where were unclear, and I had to resort to guesswork and random tries.

  8. They did a decent job in creating an eerie atmosphere through a prominent horror vibe and intricate scene design. Early on in the game and highlighted in the intro scene , you discover that a large black mirror has some significance, and that there is a supernatural creature residing within it who is most likely responsible for the dark goings-on. You then hear a message from the queen on a tape recorder this time, not the phone giving you your mission.

  9. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. Often, the what, why and where were unclear, and I had to resort to guesswork and random tries. The background music is epic and effectively enhances the suspense factor, while the voice-overs are true to the characters.

  10. This is a fairly straightforward HOPA — you move from room to room, putting stuff in your inventory, using stuff from your inventory, and finding mini-games and HOGs as you go. I try and avoid using jump maps — it draws you out of the story if you start teleporting between rooms — but this means that I end up having a bit of back and forth at times. On Custom difficulty no sparkle-indicators, slow recharge on Hint and Skip, minimal black bar instructions , it took me just over six hours to play through. Of course, when someone warns you of an ancient evil, you probably should take heed of it, but there would be no Mystery Case Files to solve if everyone was a cautious as they should be.

  11. I think I would have been okay with the puzzles, if the directions for each puzzle were a little clearer. You can play Mystery Case Files The Countess for free for up to 90 minutes, which should give you plenty of time to decide for yourself if this new MCF game will be added to your collection. I try and avoid using jump maps — it draws you out of the story if you start teleporting between rooms — but this means that I end up having a bit of back and forth at times.

  12. Early on in the game and highlighted in the intro scene , you discover that a large black mirror has some significance, and that there is a supernatural creature residing within it who is most likely responsible for the dark goings-on. The background music is epic and effectively enhances the suspense factor, while the voice-overs are true to the characters. However, unlike most of the better Mystery Case Files sequels, The Countess feels a little lacking in the story department. In addition, long-time Mystery Case Files fans would not be disappointed by the so-called Super Puzzles, that are as engaging and as creative as ever.

  13. The music also annoyed me. The gameplay is professionally crafted, regardless of the abundance of cookie-cutter HOPA tropes. She had recently taken up the task of reclaiming her family home with a crew of professionals, despite the warnings of her father that an ancient evil lay in wait beyond the manor doors.

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