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Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull

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Shortly after moving into a creepy mansion in Louisiana, Sara Lawson is struck with tragedy when her husband mysteriously disappears. Sara's daughter, Magnolia, believes her father was kidnapped by the ghost of a vengeful pirate seeking to protect his lost fortune. With the locals terrified of the pirate's curse, you are the family's last hope. Only a Master Detective with incredible Hidden Object skills can locate Marcus Lawson in Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.4
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 641 MB
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Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull 4.1 5 201 201
Good game This is a very well produced game with live actors. I thought the story was somewhat immersive and interesting. The graphics, HOS and puzzles are all good. What I didn't like is the scavenger hunt aspect - get cleaning supplies for the maid, etc. One or two of those would have been too many. Also, there was a tendency to tell the player exactly what to do and when, and then when you get used to being led by the hand, you get dropped without a clue what to do. The in-game hint works, but not completely. Eventually, you figure it out, but it is frustrating. There is a map, but it is just a map - no hints, no jumping. All in all, I found the game to be very enjoyable and long playing. July 9, 2012
Split personality... A lot has been said already about this game, so I just want to add my reaction to playing it. On one hand, as an expert player I really didn't like the hand-holding insofar as the game tells us who to talk to, what to do next, and doesn't allow us to progress much until we do. To me, this took away from the fun of the game. On the other hand, some of the mini-games were diabolical and some of the tasks we were set required actions I never would have thought of without the hint function. So the challenge of the game has a split personality: either easy or hard. The storyline is the other aspect: on one hand I really got into it and wondered how it would turn out (had good ending!). On the other hand, the conversations moved kinda slow for me since I can read the captions faster than the actors spoke. So I wanted to learn more, but yet didn't want to talk to people. It kept occurring to me that maybe the developers should have had another level of difficulty, or at least the option of removing the black bar instructions and allowing to move through the conversations more quickly. That would have taken away the annoyances and just left a good game behind! I dunno, I started out hating the game and just wanting to get it over, then I ended up really liking it and wanting to see what happens next. No in-between. Other stuff, like live actors, # of Hos, running around the scenes, etc is a matter of taste anyway. I'm going to end up recommending this game with the caveat that the gamer give the story some time to interest them. July 5, 2012
Alright I enjoyed this game but the story line was a little weak. I got bored with it easily. The effects and sound were great but the story wasnt strong enough to go with it. Still fun to play. May 31, 2012
Not That Challeging Compared to Other MCF Games I've played the game until the end, and it only take me 4 days. It's far more easier than the other MCF games I'd played before. Bravo to the graphics and the games interface/interaction is amazing (like usual, what we would have expected from MCF- The best of the best#. If you like to collect MCF games #like me), make sure it is one in your list. But for a challenging scene, I think Dire Groove is better. November 20, 2011
Not for me I really wanted to like this game. The story was OK but it progresses slowly only picking up near its conclusion. The live action was different. I appreciated the effort they went to making the game as real as possible and it was beautifully done. That's the up side. I found the game play very tedious and there were entirely too many HOS. The few puzzles were alright, probably the best part. There was too much walking around to do menial tasks that had nothing to do with the mystery. I found myself Hinting my way through just because I was bored and wanted to get to the end. I looked more forward to the videos than I did the objectives. It deserves more than 3 stars for effort but I could not bring myself to give it 4. Just not for me. April 25, 2013
OK but not for me I just could not get into the game. Only played the 30 min. but just too much going all over the place to find things. Try it for yourself. Graphics is good but no voice over. October 18, 2012
Arrgh This is the first MCF game I have played and I found much of it tedious and dreary. Its menial tasks, contrived dialog, disgusting imagery (gross, not gory) and hokey ending movie remind me of overcooked okra. I give this game an overall OK because of its creative art style, detailed graphics and decent variety of puzzles. But it's not the best hidden object adventure out there. July 2, 2012
Not really that impressed Although I just played the 'Try' segment, I thought that the long drawn out dialog was a bit too much. You sit and HAVE to listen to the dialog before moving on in the game. With that said, the trial version wasn't that impressive - just not enough time to get a good feel of the game. November 28, 2011
Confusion in the swamp Actually, most of the game was fine. There is a map portion toward the end that was very small and confusing to try and figure out what to do with it. Wear your glasses :0) December 29, 2011
good game game musics are very beatiful. episodes are good but sometimes i bored. i didn't like the end of game. December 20, 2011
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