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Play this highly immersive continuation of the hugely popular Mystery Case Files series.

Explore the eerie Ravenhearst Manor as you try to investigate the case for which you’ve been called upon.

Enjoy expertly crafted hidden object scenes and mini-games as you progress through the game.

The Mystery Case Files series has always been thought of as the series that essentially pioneered the modern era hidden object games. Every single release from this franchise has been absolutely perfect and it seems like Key to Ravenhearst is no exception. In this masterpiece you return to the Ravenhearst Manor on the orders of the queen for an adventure unlike any other.

Like any well-built hidden object game of today, when you start Mystery Case Files: Key to Ravenhearst for the first time you’ll be shown a small cinematic intro that exists to grab onto the attention of players without spoiling any major details regarding the plot. This cinematic is followed up by the actual gameplay which begins with an interactive tutorial sequence designed to ease newcomers into the game by explaining all the basics in a step-by-step manner to make sure that they don’t miss out on any crucial detail.

As the name implies, Mystery Case Files: Key to Ravenhearst is a continuation of the Ravenhearst storyline. The queen has called you to investigate Ravenhearst Manor because the detective who was previously assigned this case had his cover blown. However, once you reach the place you realize that the previous detective, Agent Barker, is now in grave danger so you must save him and at the same time investigate the Manor which will test your skills as a detective harder than they’ve ever been before.

Mystery Case Files games have always emphasized on executing the gameplay in a flawless manner and this release is no exception to that trend. The game has some of the best hidden object scenes because they have incredibly tricky object placement and are a combination of the usual list based type and the modern silhouette based type. All the scenes are really interactive and overall great fun to play.

There are multitudes of mini-games scattered throughout the game world and the best part is that despite the massive amount of them, each one feels unique and really well crafted. They’re all tied into the plot as well so solving them will actually have a pretty substantial impact on the game.

The graphics of Key to Ravenhearst are borderline perfect. The artwork is phenomenal, the environments have a ton of detail, the textures are really high quality, the sound effects are brilliant and the animations are extremely smooth. One minor flaw with the visuals though is that the game seems to use the color purple a bit too much at times but this is a really minor and overall negligible issue.

When you download this game or the first time you’ll be able to play it for 90 minutes on a trial basis. If you want to keep playing after the trial expires then you can purchase it for its standard price which will lift all time restrictions and allow you to play as long as you want.

Mystery Case Files: Key to Ravenhearst is sensational game and definitely lives up to all the expectations people might have from it. Mystery Case Files: Key to Ravenhearst Summary

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Explore the eerie Ravenhearst Manor as you try to investigate the case for which you’ve been called upon.

Enjoy expertly crafted hidden object scenes and mini-games as you progress through the game.
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