Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi Collectors Edition

Mark Twain’s ghost has come to you seeking help. When Twain’s passion for literary history reignites a controversial debate about the true identity of Shakespeare, the age-old question resurrects one of the most evil interested parties. After waking the evil spirit, Twain sets about to rid his time of the darkness, but the plot only thickens. With Twain’s help, you have to unravel the connections to try to set history straight in Midnight Mysteries: Devil on the Mississippi! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

The plot and system seem really solid. Overall, this game is definitely worth trying. A lengthy game with unusual puzzles combined with a good story line. The graphics are beautifully done, sharp and clear. The replay value on the game is excellent as well, because the awards you try to snag are not as easy as they seem. The storyline was very interesting and flowed smoothly. In his MM mystery, "Devil on the Mississippi, Twain appears before you, asking for help in solving the mystery of just how his younger brother died. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ginalosh22 from Midnight Mysteries games are awesome!!!! I have been searching and searching for an in-between game that has THIS kind of artistic and in-detail mystery, there are many types of these mystery games for adults but I wish there were a few options for someone who cannot read aka my four year old. I found the story to be very interesting. There was some back and forth, but not enough to be annoying. There is also a bonus chapter and a bone hunt. The game lasted far longer than many HO games I've played.

The best Midnight Mysteries yet! I know my son will start a new game the instant he finishes this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by LadyEM48 from Mystery of Samuel Clemons Brother Few folks today remember that Samuel Langhorn; aka Mark Twin; actually had a younger brother, whose death, at an early age, haunted the author for the rest his life. I agree with Laflamme's review, that the game will make much more sense if you can spare 10 minutes to read Wikipedia's article about Twain's life. I'm not sure, though the additional gameplay does tie up the loose ends, and there's a very tricky HOG where you need to find 80 bones. There were times that ghosts popped up that actually had me scared. I highly recommend it So maybe not. I have played all of the Midnight Mysteries Games and so far, they are amazing. Clovers need to be found to release an unlimited HO game. Being based on a real person, Mark Twain, brought an interesting historical figure into the mix. A lengthy game with unusual puzzles combined with a good story line. I'm not as much in to all the reading it has with the story I'm not THAT patient but the mystery is great. And this game has everything; a built-in strategy guide, achievements that can be won, extra HOS that can be played if you obtain the necessary achievement, an additional challenge of collecting 80 bones, good mini games, fantastic graphics, etc.


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Great graphics with some spooky scenes. Feel free to contact me if you would like more details for a smaller child to play this game without assistance too. Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi Collector's Edition is a great hidden object adventure game. The plot and system seem really solid. Ideas for this so as not to disrupt the current adult-flow of Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist game by giving away too much mystery, would be the following updates to this game for the age range : On the search for hidden items scenes where there is a Sparkle 2 list, this game will provide a shape of the object when clicking Battle Slots the item name. Very few voice-overs, though, so conversations with the numerous ghosts have to be read. There is also a bonus chapter and a bone hunt. The story, music, and the graphics were all wonderful. This is one of the best HOA games I have ever played. I know my son will start a new game the instant he finishes this one. I found no glitches and played the game off and on over two days. It had a very interesting story line, not like a lot of the other ones. Everything was top-notch.

There is a bonus chapter, a bone-collecting game, and unlimited hidden object mode. Needed the help of the strategy guide which kept pace with the play. The ghostly element of the game is so chilling. The puzzles were creative in this game, which is hard to find after playing so many of this type. I have yet to buy the last one but am on my way to do so now as I look forward to any release in this series. The hints section was helpful without totally showing you the full game. I just can't say enough good things about this game. Salem Witches was really good too. This is the one that got me hooked on Big Fish! I recommend them to all hidden object game lovers!!!! A game that can be played many times, without being bored. One of the best Date published:

Clovers need to be found to release an unlimited HO game. I loved the graphics, music, cut scenes and game play. The mini-puzzles were all amusing, but since there's no info about Missssippi each Mississipli works I sometimes had to crib from the in-built Strategy Guide to get me started. Rated 5 out of 5 by LadyEM48 from Mystery of Samuel Clemons Brother Few folks today remember that Samuel Langhorn; aka Mark Twin; actually had a younger brother, whose death, at an early Escape from Thunder Island, haunted the author for the rest his life. Salem Witches was really good too. I have been searching and searching for an in-between game that has THIS kind of artistic and in-detail mystery, there are many types of these mystery games for adults but I wish there were a few options for someone who cannot read aka my four year old. In his MM mystery, "Devil on the Mississippi, Twain appears before you, asking for help in solving the mystery of just how his younger brother died. I can only hope that they make another one. I would give this game 10 stars if possible. This time, you are helping Mark Twain. The main game took me about 3 hours, 15 minutes to complete. There are Mahjong Epic 2 in the game for attaining different goals.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by belle98 from Outstanding!! Worth the CE price? The only thing I would say, for both adult and children, is that the GOAL board sometimes is a little too vague. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gwhen from Great way to start a HD Strategy Game I liked this -- it had more strategy than I originally planned on, but it was not too hard. There is a bonus chapter, a bone-collecting game, and unlimited hidden object mode. Feel free to contact me if you would like more details for a smaller child to play this game without assistance too. There was some back and forth, but not enough to be annoying. I highly recommend it I have played all of the Midnight Mysteries Games and so far, they are amazing. A game that can be played many times, without being bored. Hints also available by finding ravens. I am desperately searching for another game of this caliber.

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  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by worthy from Worth the Collection Edition Price Thoroughly enjoyed this game. Since I was born and raised in Missouri, the home state of Mark Twain, and have visited Hannibal, Missouri, this game held a special interest for me. So maybe not. Rated 5 out of 5 by LadyEM48 from Mystery of Samuel Clemons Brother Few folks today remember that Samuel Langhorn; aka Mark Twin; actually had a younger brother, whose death, at an early age, haunted the author for the rest his life.

  2. Clovers need to be found to release an unlimited HO game. Everything was top-notch. And there's one puzzle which didn't make sense using my laptop's keyboard and the SG solution didn't work for me either!

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