Mystery Case Files: Rewind Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Eipix Entertainment presents a new kind of case in the latest installment of the Mystery Case Files series! Strange reports have come in regarding the abandoned Victory Hotel. When you arrive to investigate, you find people from your past cases lost in time and trapped inside! It’s up to you to find where they belong and uncover why one of the Dalimars is meddling with the past. It’s a race against the clock to solve more challenging puzzles than ever before! Do you have what it takes to fix the timelines before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: “WOW!!! Great graphics, storyline and challenging puzzles galore. Five PLUS stars, all the way” - Tristan, beta tester “The characters made this game an absolute delight! And what a fantastic storyline, plus very clever referencing the other games! I had so much fun with every part of Rewind. I loved the very challenging puzzles and the HOGs were terrific with their variety of style. The graphics and hidden object scenes were amazing. Extremely well done everyone, I had the best time playing this jewel of a game!” - Sofie, beta tester

The writing does a better job of allusion than recapitulation, thank heaven, and Charles is wonderfully incompetent as a villain. Still, the callbacks to familiar characters and story. Once it set you can't go back and reset it. The first attempt at a sort of rewind was the sub-par Dire Grove, Sacred Grove that recycled the scenes from DG but neither the plot nor the game quality. So I'm a happy camper today! Eipix Entertainment presents a new kind of case in the latest installment of the Mystery Case Files series! The scenes are all necessarily in-jokes, and if you haven't played or don't remember the games 12 years back, you miss the reference. The Collector's Edition includes: Protect all the timelines in the bonus chapter! Loved the snarky girl character you first meet and overall the diary entries, commentary and storyline were deliciously snarky and fun. I think it's more of a hops game with 36 hops. God Bless Not much in the way of help, no progressive help for the door puzzles - this is what it was like in the beginning, and it can be a little tough with the clock ticking. The first few editions are my all time favorites.


Des Mystery Case Files: Rewind Collectors Edition

Life may be on fast-forward at times, but at Hotel Victory life is on Rewind. To our surprise, Eipix brought back the traditional hidden object style for Rewind. The female character was a hoot! I could live without reproducing Colletcors keys. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by timothya from The Good, The Bad, The Retro As the reviews suggest, you'll either love this Fort Defenders: Seven Seas or hate it. The settings for playing was a bit confusing. This is a love it or hate it kind of game depending on whether you like HOPs or puzzles or not. When you arrive to investigate, you find people from your past cases lost in time and trapped inside! The highly customizable Custom Mode definitely comes in handy, but that does not change the lack of challenge at the core of the Rewine itself. Travel into Dolphin Dice Slots past and stop the Dalimars from meddling with history! These collectibles have a good indicator. I might be in the minority but complicated storylines are not what I want. I had so much fun with every part of Rewind. Never get lost with the helpful strategy guide!

It's not easy for me to describe. The first time I played, it wasn't unclicked for the timed and I didn't finish the first chapter on time and it wanted me to replay the chapter again. Date published: This influx of hidden object scenes might turn off players who usually prefer fast-paced adventure. Thank You for making a nice MCF game, once again. Enjoy exclusive art, music, videos, and more! The graphics and colors were really fantastic. Overall, it is what it is, and despite the five stars I'm only giving it a conditional recommendation : if you like a lot of HO scenes and door puzzles, the humor, and the allusions to past games, you'll love this one. The storyline in Rewind might not be as thrilling or as suspenseful as some of the more recent MCF installments. I was wishing again, just the other day, that someone would go back to the original MCF concept. Excellent voice acting, nostalgic music. I had so much fun with every part of Rewind. The beta trial was so much fun, I hated to see it end. Am still waiting to turn right tho I didn't know at first that you could use the hint pedal just to look at the picture again to complete it.

This one is great. The Rainforest Solitaire 2 and colors were really fantastic. Quite different from the other MCF games I own. There is a significant amount of interactive mini-tasks in each scene to keep things fresh. It Deep Ball Defender a fun reminder but also a reminder of why certain things have been improved upon. When you arrive to investigate, you find people from your past cases lost in time Paris 1925 trapped inside! Great graphics, storyline and challenging puzzles galore. The artwork and the graphics are certainly not as polished and as realistic as a regular MCF game, but this hand-drawn, cartoonish style is appropriate particularly for Rewind. On the audio side, the background music is pleasant and the voice-overs are top-notch and bring life to the characters. This influx of hidden object scenes might turn off players who usually prefer fast-paced adventure.


Life may be on fast-forward at times, but at Hotel Victory life is on Rewind. Ever since Mystery Case Files revolutionized the hidden object genre with the HOPA format in Return to Ravenhearst , the series sort of abandoned its hidden object origin for the fancier adventure style. I might be in the minority but complicated storylines are not what I want. I could live without reproducing the keys. The scenes had lots of bizarre things. Thank You for making a nice MCF game, once again. There is a significant amount of interactive mini-tasks in each scene to keep things fresh. Thank you for bringing back the original MCF that I loved. Date published: The first time I played, it wasn't unclicked for the timed and I didn't finish the first chapter on time and it wanted me to replay the chapter again. This one, though, this one goes way back to the beginning. Overall, it is what it is, and despite the five stars I'm only giving it a conditional recommendation : if you like a lot of HO scenes and door puzzles, the humor, and the allusions to past games, you'll love this one. Not much in the way of help, no progressive help for the door puzzles - this is what it was like in the beginning, and it can be a little tough with the clock ticking.

And it's not creepy scary, at least not as far as I've gotten. The Retro: this too goes back to Prime Suspects - the game is heavily weighted to HO scenes and is timed, with not much of a break between scenes, giving the game a breathless character but little variety. I like having the hops in the guide. Am still waiting to turn right tho As for sights and sounds, Mystery Case Files: Rewind delivers. I think it's more of a hops game with 36 hops. To our surprise, Eipix brought back the traditional hidden object style for Rewind. Enjoy exclusive art, music, videos, and more! The hops I liked the most was the cat room, pie contest and arcade. Fans of the series will also enjoy the nostalgic aspect of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by greenkitchen from So Fun!! I would have liked the pool more if I could have seen it all at once. The graphics and hidden object scenes were amazing.

6 thoughts on “Mystery Case Files: Rewind Collectors Edition

  1. Rewind features an interactive map that allows you to progress from room to room to complete hidden object scenes and other minor tasks. These collectibles have a good indicator. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by greenkitchen from So Fun!! Extremely well done everyone, I had the best time playing this jewel of a game!

  2. Victor's tv hops and the conveyor hops were fun too from the bonus chapter. To our surprise, Eipix brought back the traditional hidden object style for Rewind. Challenge yourself with replayable HOPs and mini-games! Back to the days of Blackpool!

  3. Challenge yourself with replayable HOPs and mini-games! I'm hoping for more like this. The Retro: this too goes back to Prime Suspects - the game is heavily weighted to HO scenes and is timed, with not much of a break between scenes, giving the game a breathless character but little variety.

  4. I liked that the morphs and electric capacitors continued in the bonus. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by greenkitchen from So Fun!! This is the MCF famous Rube Goldberg puzzle where you must interact with the entire scene by fidgeting with several different and bizarre items like toasters, pipes, valves etc. I was a beta tester for this game quite a long while back and was delighted to finally see it again.

  5. But this - Wow! The first attempt at a sort of rewind was the sub-par Dire Grove, Sacred Grove that recycled the scenes from DG but neither the plot nor the game quality. I think it's more of a hops game with 36 hops. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by timothya from The Good, The Bad, The Retro As the reviews suggest, you'll either love this one or hate it. The art work which is like concept art can't be downloaded.

  6. I might be in the minority but complicated storylines are not what I want. Date published: I didn't know at first that you could use the hint pedal just to look at the picture again to complete it. Challenge yourself with replayable HOPs and mini-games! But this - Wow!

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