The Queen's Hope Diamond has been stolen! It's up to you to search for clues throughout 22 levels, find the offending culprit, and recover the stolen gem in Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects. Expand your investigations through the game's 29 unique locations by finding items that will unlock subsequent levels. Thousands of clues are cleverly hidden within the beautiful illustrations, creating a new game experience each time you step into this masterpiece of visual indulgences!
In each level, you will return to play the same scenes again and again, to find different objects. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tuskel from My favourite MCF This is the second MCF game in the series, just before it and most of the other games turned dark and gory. Players find objects to unlock diary pieces to follow the life of Emma Ravenhearst. Puzzles and hidden object scenes are integrated into the different locations throughout the game. The game begins as you are asked to investigate the theft of the Queen's Hope Diamond. I play it over and over. The fact that the same items appear in multiple locations is actually useful - you might see a ruler in one scene, but you might have to find it again in a different scene. For each level of the game, you'll be assigned a suspect, and visit various locations within Capital City there are 29 in total , to find items hidden within the location's picture. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by beebelle from Just as I like them If people want an adventure HOG then this might disappoint, but I don't want to have to figure out what I'm searching for and why, or get objects I'm going to need on another level. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by siwmi from Hours of fun! The new device enables the player to see through walls to find the hidden object. The player takes the role of a master detective to solve a series of seemingly random crimes in the small town of Huntsville.
Let the super-sleuthing begin in this sequel to the Mystery Case Files smash hit series! The game follows on from the previous game, Return to Ravenhearst, but does not directly lead into the Ravenhearst story arc. The folks at Big Fish Games have done a great job of cleverly hiding everyday objects in interesting and at times confounding ways. You have been selected to analyze the whereabouts of each of 20 suspects when the crime occurred. It had its first release on November 25, as a Collector's Edition. It's up to you to search for clues, find the offending culprit, and recover the stolen gem. Creating a successful sequel is a difficult thing, whether following up a hit album, making a movie, or creating a casual game. The clues for each suspect are scattered among several locations. Your mind and eyes will delight at the thoughtfulness and work put into each level. Simply putting a new look on the original won't work, but straying too far from what made the original successful risks alienating your core fanbase. The timed scenes really make this one a challenge, and sometimes you need a flashlight or X-Ray device I wish they made games like that again, - clever and funny, rather than dark and gory. The player takes the role of a master detective to solve a series of seemingly random crimes in the small town of Huntsville. MCF: Prime Suspects retains all of the elements that made the original such a hit: a fun and simple premise, an amusing storyline and characters, and clever level design, while providing much better artwork, more locations to explore and tighter writing. Advance, however, and you'll find the objects hidden more deeply.
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EricT and Daughter Iona. The fact that the same items appear in multiple locations is actually Suspets - you might see a ruler in one scene, but you might have to find it again in a different scene. Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects added items that players have to discover to unlock later levels Lifeline as finding a battery to power a flashlight. Once you find all the pieces of the puzzle, you must assemble them to get a photo of the crime in progress, ultimately showing the face of the thief and where the diamond is located. There are different puzzles at the end of each stage, which makes it a bit more interesting. The Queen's priceless Hope diamond has Mystefy stolen and you've been called in to track the thief. Are you looking for unblocked games? Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate introduces more types of puzzles including word puzzles and multiple crystal ball puzzles while also changing the way a player can find items. Once you've finished the game, you Shop-n-Spree play again and you'll experience different Cade Suspects and a different thief. I like the Fkles: of finding the objects within a time limit with a bit of story around it. Rated 5 Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects of 5 by Suelovesgames from Classic HOG This is a sort of sequel to Huntsville, with similar graphics and sound and certainly a few of the hidden objects from Hunstsville sneaked their way into Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects one. It's challenging because there are only four hints File:s each chapter and each chapter consists of several hidden object scenes. The game itself is fun but I also love the cheeky little fun games at the end of each chapter. One of the game's greatest mysteries is in trying to figure out why it's so compelling! Mystrey player takes the role of a master detective to solve a series of seemingly random crimes in the small town of Huntsville.
Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects is the sequel the smash hit Mystery Case Files Huntsville and offers more of the extremely fun clue finding detective work. A map of over 30 distinct locations to search and a new crime at each offers hours of object hunting. Players find objects to unlock diary pieces to follow the life of Emma Ravenhearst. Each game is reviewed to ensure that is is safe for all ages. What's wrong with smart and nice? Prime Suspects relies heavily on hidden object gameplay as well, but introduces a new device that will only work if the player finds batteries in any hidden object scene. In other words, it's a perfect recipe for a very successful sequel. There are different puzzle games in the crime computer at the end of each level. MCF: Prime Suspects retains all of the elements that made the original such a hit: a fun and simple premise, an amusing storyline and characters, and clever level design, while providing much better artwork, more locations to explore and tighter writing. Ravenhearst allows the player to gather the missing pages of Emma's diary by relying heavily on hidden object scenes. It's up to you to search for clues, find the offending culprit, and recover the stolen gem. Like all Mystery Case Files titles, Huntsville relies heavily on hidden object gameplay.
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