Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next thrilling case in the series Mystery Case Files! When a new assignment brings you to the Zenith Museum of Oddities, what was supposed to be an open and shut case spirals into a complex web of deceit. Someone knows about your past, and they’ve prepared a special tribute to all your biggest cases. But what do they want, and what will become of the innocents that stand in their way? You’ll need all your skills to stop the dangerous foe that threatens to use your past against you in this heart-pounding new chapter in the classic hidden-object puzzle adventure game saga!

Clearly, they focused on the Rube Goldberg puzzles because they were rather mundane and some of the scenes were purposely blurred in order to make the items appear hidden. The graphics are stunning with plenty of colour. Some of these are hard to spot, so keep an eye out. Furthermore, Eipix also saves some of their best graphics for this game. The mini-games range from easy to medium. Date published: Happy playing fishies. Once you have played any of the games by this company you will find it hard to play any of the others. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from another great one in the series i believe i own all the games in this series and this is as good as the others. This game is right up there with the top MCF games like the first ones in the series. Highly recommend! Which agent will be the winner, and what happens to the loser?

In the same vein, the soundtracks and the voice acting are superb and help enhance the immersive experience of the game. Kudos to Eipix Entertainment, which has created the first Mystery Case files sequel of , the nineteenth installment in this fan-favorite HOPA franchise! When your case takes you to the mysterious Zenith Museum of Oddities, you quickly get caught up in a complex web of danger and deceit. These are 2 games that put MCF on the charts so it just makes sense to incorporate these fan favorites. I'm leaving this game on so he can do them without me nagging him to go away. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Shassa from best yet a large number of challenging puzzles. Even the HOPs were just the right degree of challenge. Items you need are clear to see. The graphics are stunning with plenty of colour. Date published: I had to battle with my son which games to do as he wanted to do them all and I wouldn't let him cause I didn't want to share them. Someone must have lit the moth's candle under these developers who have really outdone themselves on this nostalgic MCF game. I enjoyed the newness of everything about this game. Highly recommend! Thank me later.

The developers were also able to recapture the fun of the previous MCF cases without it being tired and the new story line blended beautifully. MCF has always been a favorite of mine. Rube Goldberg puzzles are multi-layered, inter-connected puzzles where you have to look at the entire board to search for clues to solve one puzzle which in turn opens the next puzzle and so forth. This game is right up there with the top MCF games like the first ones in the series. Someone must have lit the moth's candle under these developers who have really outdone themselves on this nostalgic MCF game. Someone must have lit the moth's candle under these developers who have really outdone themselves on this nostalgic MCF game. You will beat yourself up if you pass on this one, and I'm hard to please. Tomorrow, I'll be doing the bonus chapter, but I have to get some sleep before I go to work. Items you need are clear to see. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GoneFishin86 from Fantastic!! It's simply genius to relive the past games we all love. Would give it 6 stars if I could.


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They could have been a little bit more creative with some of the puzzles, but overall this was a great game and deserved it's 5 stars. These are a variety of mini-games within Incredible Dracula IV: Game of Gods Collectors Edition puzzle. Even the adventure components are cleverly layered and offer plenty of challenge, the whole game feels like one giant entertaining puzzle. In the CE, there are 40 stamps to find throughout the game and bonus, Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame replayable HOPs, 25 replayable puzzles and a Souvenir Room where you will go to ten different scenes to find an item. When your case takes you to the mysterious Zenith Museum of Oddities, you quickly get caught up in a complex web of danger and deceit. Completed Game approximately 5. After this I have to say once again that I am very much looking foward to the next game. Even the HOPs were just the right degree of challenge. In the same vein, the soundtracks and the voice acting are superb and help enhance the immersive experience of the game. Most of the mini-games were easily solved on the first attempt, the only challenge came from the Rube Goldberg Puzzles which by far were my favorites. Whether you think this is the best Mystery Case Files game or not totally depends on your personal preference, but the t game definitely does not waste a single minute of its Six and a half hours runtime. But this one tops almost all of them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by p from What a Great Game!

Each scene is well defined and items you need are easy to see. This game is awesome. Ravenhurst and Madame Fate were my favorite games and I have played them several times over. These are 2 games that put MCF on the charts so it just makes sense to incorporate these fan favorites. In the CE, there are 40 stamps to find throughout the game and bonus, 19 replayable HOPs, 25 replayable puzzles and a Souvenir Room where you will go to ten different scenes to find an item. It's simply genius to relive the past games we all love. The graphics are stunning with plenty of colour. These are 2 games that put MCF on the charts so it just makes sense to incorporate these fan favorites. Rated 5 out of 5 by Yanie from Why, Oh Why Would give it 6 stars if I could. I chose to purchase the CE version. Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame does not only excel on the story level, but also on all other dimensions.

Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame The Blackwell Convergence not only excel on the story level, but also on all other dimensions. I enjoyed the newness of everything about this game. Most of the mini-games were easily solved on the first attempt, the only challenge came from the Rube Goldberg Puzzles which by far were my favorites. I really enjoyed Mystery Case Files: Moths to a Flame alot. The complexity of the gameplay is Fils: astounding. When your case takes you to the mysterious Zenith Museum of Oddities, you quickly get caught up in a complex web of danger and deceit. Loved everything about this game. The intricate artwork is elevated by Elementary My Dear Majesty lighting, breathtaking animations, and a simply mind-blowing production quality. Mtohs, the real Master Detective finds himself going toe to toe with The Activist genius when he becomes trapped in the Zenith Museum of Oddities that has been transformed into replicas of every famous Case the Master Agent has solved. Which agent will be the winner, and what happens to the loser? The storyline is well written, interesting, and it's the perfect set-up for the next release they always come in twos Flqme I really wish they would have Mjstery Morphing Objects in the scenes themselves as they ti in the original games, not just the HOP's, it would have cinched this game to the 1 slot of MCF games if they had! Fabulous puzzles and superpuzzles! I had to battle with my son which games to do as he wanted to do them all and I wouldn't let him cause I didn't want to Frankenstein: The Dismembered Bride them.


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  1. Just wanted to start it over again and dive back in. Furthermore, Eipix also saves some of their best graphics for this game. Which agent will be the winner, and what happens to the loser?

  2. The developers were also able to recapture the fun of the previous MCF cases without it being tired and the new story line blended beautifully. The intricate artwork is elevated by fantastic lighting, breathtaking animations, and a simply mind-blowing production quality. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Shassa from best yet a large number of challenging puzzles.

  3. In the CE, there are 40 stamps to find throughout the game and bonus, 19 replayable HOPs, 25 replayable puzzles and a Souvenir Room where you will go to ten different scenes to find an item. In the same vein, the soundtracks and the voice acting are superb and help enhance the immersive experience of the game. Rube Goldberg puzzles are multi-layered, inter-connected puzzles where you have to look at the entire board to search for clues to solve one puzzle which in turn opens the next puzzle and so forth.

  4. These are a variety of mini-games within each puzzle. High quality all around and the best game play of any series I play and I play a lot Ravenhurst and Madame Fate were my favorite games and I have played them several times over. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GoneFishin86 from Fantastic!!

  5. Great Rube Goldberg type puzzles and fun mini-games. This is one MCF edition fans don't want to miss and I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this latest installment! Not only are the stories and characters well developed but the puzzles are deceptively simple and wonderfully hard.

  6. What a fantastic game! In this CE version, each Hidden Object Scene has a Morphing Object and you can replay them in the extra section to pick up missed morphs. Rated 5 out of 5 by light46 from Best game this year! The puzzles were challenging.

  7. The intricate artwork is elevated by fantastic lighting, breathtaking animations, and a simply mind-blowing production quality. Great Rube Goldberg type puzzles and fun mini-games. Tomorrow, I'll be doing the bonus chapter, but I have to get some sleep before I go to work.

  8. Someone must have lit the moth's candle under these developers who have really outdone themselves on this nostalgic MCF game. Ravenhurst and Madame Fate were my favorite games and I have played them several times over. I have to get up at , but I could not stop this game until I finished. Great Rube Goldberg type puzzles and fun mini-games. In this CE version, each Hidden Object Scene has a Morphing Object and you can replay them in the extra section to pick up missed morphs.

  9. The storyline is well written, interesting, and it's the perfect set-up for the next release they always come in twos folks I really wish they would have had Morphing Objects in the scenes themselves as they did in the original games, not just the HOP's, it would have cinched this game to the 1 slot of MCF games if they had! After this I have to say once again that I am very much looking foward to the next game. In this CE version, each Hidden Object Scene has a Morphing Object and you can replay them in the extra section to pick up missed morphs. Make sure you use the interactive at least once so you get the achievement.

  10. Now it's up to you Master Detective to save all three 3 of the captured agents and like "Moths to a Flame" you'll be drawn to this extraordinary case from the very beginning until it's surprising conclusion! Rated 5 out of 5 by Yanie from Why, Oh Why The complexity of the gameplay is quite astounding.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5 by light46 from Best game this year! MCF has always been a favorite of mine. Even the HOPs were just the right degree of challenge. This is one MCF edition fans don't want to miss and I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this latest installment! There are also four super puzzles to do - three in the main game and one in the bonus.

  12. When your case takes you to the mysterious Zenith Museum of Oddities, you quickly get caught up in a complex web of danger and deceit. Unfortunately, the real Master Detective finds himself going toe to toe with The Activist genius when he becomes trapped in the Zenith Museum of Oddities that has been transformed into replicas of every famous Case the Master Agent has solved. Tomorrow, I'll be doing the bonus chapter, but I have to get some sleep before I go to work. Some of these are hard to spot, so keep an eye out.

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