I wonder if anyone ever made a research on the bets people took and
what it resulted in. The story behind the game would make the list then
if it were a real one. Haunted Manor: Lord of Mirrors from Top
Evidence Studio tell you a story of a young man who took a bet and
got a whole adventure to go through. It is hard to resist the temptation of
going into an abandoned house, when you have one right on the edge of town. Stan Riddle is your character who is to get into
this manor to hang around and see what's in there. And the game is not
about getting into the house, but rather, getting out of it. As Stan
explores the rooms of the abandoned house, he comes across a nondescript
mirror. The next second he notices that it's not actually him who is looking
back at him, and the next second he finds himself locked into another
Hidden Mysteries: The Fateful Voyage - Titanicis the
latest seek-and-find game from GameMill Entertainment. The game picks up a theme way too familiar to almost everyone who has
lived on this planet for at least 10 years. The theme has been used in
casual games quite often as well. The game story follows the James Cameron's blockbuster Titanic
film a lot. The story, in fact, has some
similarities with said film. Margaret, an Englishwoman from a poor
background, sets sail on the Titanic with her rich husband Robert (who
turns out to be a bit of a cad) to start a new life in New York.
Meet a new game at Gamemile which though not branded as Mystery Case Files but evidently belongs to this series what you can easily be convinced of after a couple minutes of playing. So, Dark Parables: Curse of Briar Rose is exactly what MCF fans have been waiting for since the last MCF Dire Grove was completed successfully. This time the developers took a good old fairy-tale about the Sleeping Beauty as a principle of the game. However, the no less glorious detective hasn't been forgotten either and is already waiting for your assistance to solve the thousand years old mystery of the cursed princess.
The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. by Legacy Interactive is a great puzzle game that does stand out with its content. A short description would be - good content in good package as Sherlock Holmes is, undoubtedly one of fiction’s greatest master detectives who has been portrayed in countless films, tv series, radio shows, and many books and short stories with constant success. The game seems to have everything to be ever interesting and addictive. It takes you into Victorian England to follow the famous detective and his assistant (as well as other well-known characters of the book: Microft, Lestrade etc) while they are investigating all kinds of mysterious cases.
Joan Jade and the Gates of Xibalba is a new hidden object adventure game that supposes you to act as an archeologist named Joan, who travels around the world solving puzzles and finding hidden objects to rescue her missing children. Joan's children, John and Emily, volunteered to work at an excavation site and got lost in the jungle during a storm. So, their mother rushes to Youcatan as fast as it's only possible. However, the local police do not hurry to help her, so Joan decides to look for her children for herself. Her search takes her into the heart of a Latin American jungle where she must investigate an ancient temple.
Pathfinders: Lost at Sea is one of the latest releases to the
hidden object genre. The game is full of everything you may want in this
kind of games. A little bit of search, useful clues, mysterious
adventure and nice locations to stay at. And you have to go through all of that not just for fun, but for the
sake of finding the lost city of Atlantis. You and your crew are on the boat expedition searching for an artifact
that is supposed to take you to Atlantis. But instead of all that you
find yourself all alone on a yacht without the crew. In search for the crew and the answers you will come across many secrets
and clues to unravel the mystery of the island you find yourself on.
Azada: Ancient Magic is a sequel of a hidden object adventure hit. The
news of Big Fish Games' developing this sequel will be a day brightener
for many many fans of the previous game and the genre fans. This time you are going to deal with
books too. But in this game, you'll go through a number of classic
literature works and meet well-known characters. You play book after book here, which means that the puzzle may include several pages now. All in all the game is so very great and proves to be a hit.
Escape from Lost Island is one of the latest releases to the
hidden object genre. The title of the game gives away pretty much of the
plot. But don't think that you already know what to expect. The searching process here is not typical and the mini-games are fun and
quite challenging. Not to mention the beautiful graphics. According to the title, you are to escape the island, but the game
starts from the point when you are not even yet there. The main character of the game, young and pretty woman, tells her story
that finds its beginning on a cruise ship. Everything was perfect till
the ship didn't start sinking.