Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Collectors Edition

From Eipix Entertainment, makers of Dead Reckoning: Silvermoon Isle and the Final Cut series! On the eve of his annual murder mystery party, wealthy businessman Reginald Greer is found dead at his home. You’ve been called to Brassfield Manor to solve the case… but it won’t be easy. There are plenty of clues and suspects to keep you guessing who killed Reginald Greer. Was it his spoiled daughter? His jealous son? His disgruntled business partner? It could be any one of the guests who arrived for a game… and stayed for a murder. Use a unique deduction feature to question characters and examine evidence in this intriguing Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure whodunit game!

Levels: P. When you get there he is dead and has left a note stating that if you are reading the note then is dead. These findings are them compiled in your own detective folder where you are able to keep track of each suspect, their relationship to the victim, and alibi. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Daxadillion from Excellent!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bwake47 from Moral of the story?? A strong storyline and puzzles that had a twist about them. Date published: Your tools include the interactive, transporter type map and your evidence board that will open once you have suspects. The Mini Games are decent, some simple puzzles to assemble, others more complex. There are taro cards and masks to collect as well as morphing items Once again it is nice to have a game with no monster, ghouls, or the occult. I always appreciate the true custom settings option that this developer includes among its game modes since I appreciate being able to set my own hint and skip times rather than have the developer decide what they should be. Brassfield Manor is steeped in Art Deco style ambience, so it was fun to explore the surroundings. Morphs: 15 of them and they are all in the HOPS. If you are new to the HOPA genre, then I always recommend the CE version of a game as it includes the in-game strategy guide that can at times be helpful. There is a interactive map but doing and froing is minimal considering some other games.


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Did he use a candlestick in the dining room, or a rope in the kitchen, wrong game, my Brassffield. I enjoyed the time Suspects and Clues of this game, always like the "roaring Deae. Gather the suspects and review the clues. Adventure Gamers who are fans of the whodunit genre are going to be over the moon with Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor. Thank you to the developers for such an immersive experience. You Happy Kingdom a map to show you areas of interest and great hos not all alot of them just enough to slow you down, lots of rooms to explore interesting characters Flowers Mahjong graphics were greatn you need to find the masks about The HO are about the same with a few twists. It just takes the story a little Collectros. Makes the story a little more interesting trying to Country Tales out what happened. I certainly enjoy the departure and Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Collectors Edition to see more games that follow this new trend. As you roam around the various scenes in the Zumas Revenge you can collect Tarocchi Cards and masks. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by maevekelly from What Fun! Puzzles range from easy to challenging Music is a bit of a disappointment considering Reckojing: is the era of the great jazz bands.

Also available is a guide if needed. Did he use a candlestick in the dining room, or a rope in the kitchen, wrong game, my apologies. The puzzles are fun but not too challenging. The introductory price is very reasonable the game is worth much more. Some of the inventory items will have Plus signs indicating further action is required before using such as combining that item with another inventory item or solving a small puzzle. Can't wait to play the latest release. There are 42 Collectible Tarocchi Cards hidden throughout the game as well. A strong storyline and puzzles that had a twist about them. This murder mystery scenario went a little too far when the host himself ends up dead, Dead Reckoning style! Clues are given as to the correct item needed to get the job done, and then you use those items to do a thorough examination. If you are familiar with the first game in the series, Silvermoon Isle, you will have a good idea how the evidence board works, and if not, it is not difficult to figure out. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Shirleygames from Did the butler do it?

The setting is for a weekend mystery game hosted by a wealthy businessman. Great Amerzone: Part 1 Eipix and Rsckoning: The game play includes an evidence board, and it is added Dsad as you question suspects. The self-referentiality is not lost as the storyline encapsulates a game within a game. Rated 5 out of 5 by An0therW0rld from Beautifully made game A very enjoyable game. Your Evidence Board will contain all the information and evidence you collect during your investigation including bios on each suspect you interrogate.


I also am happy I purchased the CE of this game I don't always do that. The game is 5 chapters with a bonus chapter, and does include a full strategy guide and fast travel map. Music: Dramatic in all the right places. There is a interactive map but doing and froing is minimal considering some other games. More and more posted comments refer to same old same old game genres. You play again as a detective sent to investigate a murder, and it plays out slowly as a "who done it" type mystery. I always appreciate the true custom settings option that this developer includes among its game modes since I appreciate being able to set my own hint and skip times rather than have the developer decide what they should be. Rated 5 out of 5 by An0therW0rld from Beautifully made game A very enjoyable game. He tasks you with fiinding out who murdered him. The hidden object games are quite unique and not the run of the mill. A strong storyline and puzzles that had a twist about them. Mini games are plentiful and very good. This is one game that you get your money worth.

The evidence you find is also stored in your detective folder for easy access and on-going investigation throughout the game as you narrow down your list of suspects. I Although I find most games in the HOPA genre enjoyable, it is refreshing to see that we are getting more of the real-life mystery type games rather than constantly encountering witches, warlocks, time portals and princesses or family members in distress. My favorite one was dragging various lengths of colored tiles around on a grid until they were in the position shown in the clue given. The self-referentiality is not lost as the storyline encapsulates a game within a game. If you are new to the HOPA genre, then I always recommend the CE version of a game as it includes the in-game strategy guide that can at times be helpful. The devs seem more energetic. This includes Boxed items with actual games, and mini-games within HO scenes which I think can be brilliant if further developed, tons of collectables, morphing objects. I get bored with those. The Mini Games are decent, some simple puzzles to assemble, others more complex. The hidden object games are quite unique and not the run of the mill. There are also mini games, which I skipped for the most part, and 42 hidden collectibles scattered throughout the game. This murder mystery scenario went a little too far when the host himself ends up dead, Dead Reckoning style! Although the main game concludes just fine, the bonus game takes you a step further into life after the murder. You can play a Bubble Popper instead if you want to. It is a fun game and I enjoyed it.

14 thoughts on “Dead Reckoning: Brassfield Manor Collectors Edition

  1. Time to dust off your Detective's badge and get to work in this Who-dun-it mystery. Unique HOS with some measure of difficulty. Game was just the right length. Although the main game concludes just fine, the bonus game takes you a step further into life after the murder. There are the obligatory CE perks.

  2. I Although I find most games in the HOPA genre enjoyable, it is refreshing to see that we are getting more of the real-life mystery type games rather than constantly encountering witches, warlocks, time portals and princesses or family members in distress. I certainly enjoy the departure and hope to see more games that follow this new trend. Puzzles range from easy to challenging Music is a bit of a disappointment considering this is the era of the great jazz bands. Did he use a candlestick in the dining room, or a rope in the kitchen, wrong game, my apologies. What a treat!

  3. I happen to be a sucker when it comes to collectibles and morphing objects so I most often go for the CE games, and this developer generally includes some very nice extras in their games. Makes the story a little more interesting trying to figure out what happened. Have you considered starting a gaming line and series for adult players This style lends itself perfectly to the storyline as each gamer meets and interacts with each suspect. HOPS: The usual from these devs, lists, silhouettes, pictures and interactive.

  4. More and more posted comments refer to same old same old game genres. It crashed once. Puzzles range from easy to challenging Music is a bit of a disappointment considering this is the era of the great jazz bands. If you're feeling a bit bored with the new - definitely take another look at the older games!

  5. The HO are about the same with a few twists. More and more posted comments refer to same old same old game genres. If you want the moral of the story, you will have to play the game to find out.

  6. The graphics are very well done with lots of attention to detail. While most of the cards are fairly obvious and can easily be found some do take a bit more searching to spot. DeLapp 4.

  7. I have been waiting anxiously for this game to come out and it is definitly a buy for me. Also available is a guide if needed. The pacing is seemless and engaging capturing a rhythm that is unique to this genre of storytelling. I also am happy I purchased the CE of this game I don't always do that.

  8. The HO scenes were absolutely fabulous. If you are familiar with the first game in the series, Silvermoon Isle, you will have a good idea how the evidence board works, and if not, it is not difficult to figure out. When you get there he is dead and has left a note stating that if you are reading the note then is dead.

  9. The acting is strong. It crashed once. Did he use a candlestick in the dining room, or a rope in the kitchen, wrong game, my apologies. Overall, I was very happy with it. You the detective must discover whodunit.

  10. The characters are complex and interesting. Music: Dramatic in all the right places. The Mini Games are decent, some simple puzzles to assemble, others more complex. Great job Eipix and BFG!! Also included is a bonus game.

  11. For me Brassfield Manor was an instant buy but, as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. I Although I find most games in the HOPA genre enjoyable, it is refreshing to see that we are getting more of the real-life mystery type games rather than constantly encountering witches, warlocks, time portals and princesses or family members in distress. You'll find on your evidence board, the suspects, evidence collected, and your objective tablet. You have a map to show you areas of interest and great hos not all alot of them just enough to slow you down, lots of rooms to explore interesting characters the graphics were great , n you need to find the masks about Puzzles range from easy to challenging Music is a bit of a disappointment considering this is the era of the great jazz bands.

  12. You'll find on your evidence board, the suspects, evidence collected, and your objective tablet. There are taro cards and masks to collect as well as morphing items Once again it is nice to have a game with no monster, ghouls, or the occult. The game is 5 chapters with a bonus chapter, and does include a full strategy guide and fast travel map. My favorite one was dragging various lengths of colored tiles around on a grid until they were in the position shown in the clue given.

  13. I certainly enjoy the departure and hope to see more games that follow this new trend. However, the developers deserve to be taken care of too. There is character interaction, but it is quite predictable.

  14. I have been waiting anxiously for this game to come out and it is definitly a buy for me. Your tools include the interactive, transporter type map and your evidence board that will open once you have suspects. First things first, examine the victim using your trusty Detective's Kit. Your Evidence Board will contain all the information and evidence you collect during your investigation including bios on each suspect you interrogate.

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