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Mystery of Mortlake Mansion

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$ 9.99 USD

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An old mansion has been living a mysterious life of its own! Use your Hidden Object talents to explore the dark rooms of the house, and discover the secrets that haunt this eerie place. Meet the talking raven and the Spirit, the enigmatic captives of the mansion. Confront the insidious lord, break the evil spells, set the captives free, and become the owner of the gorgeous mansion. An exciting adventure and dastardly discoveries await you in the Mystery of Mortlake Mansion!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 183 MB
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Mystery of Mortlake Mansion 4.1 5 81 81
Entertaining Hidden Object Game This was the first hidden object game I played, & I thoroughly enjoyed it, got me hooked on the genre LOL. It has a nice combination of hidden object, puzzles & adventure components. The map is a real asset, & limits the back-tracking & repetitious movement between scenes as you can just jump to a particular area. The graphics are hand drawn & while some people seem to have problems with type of graphic, I enjoyed them, & found them to be generally crisp & clear. The only negative, was some of the acting in the voice overs was a bit 'average', but for me, in no way detracted from the game. November 21, 2011
Mystery of Mortlake Manor This is a game that all other games should be measured by. It has it all, beautiful graphics, haunting score, memorable characters and an engaging plot. As if this were not enough, it allows you to play as a male or female character and tailors the voice over accordingly. Good variety of puzzles in addition to clearly rendered hidden object scenes. This was the first hidden object game I ever played and it got me hooked on the genre. I have played dozens since but I still love to revisit the Manor! November 18, 2011
This is a great game I really enjoyed playing this game. It was truly excellent on several levels. The complexity was great - have to find crystals, book pages, keys, machine parts that all combine to form a larger more complicated plot. The interactive map that let's you track your progress and determine where you have active tasks available is the best I've seen yet on any BF game. You can even jump to a location by clicking on the location within the map. The story is interesting if a little predictable. The playing time was quite long! It took me several sessions over several days to complete it. I really liked how different locations had three versions - dismantled, dark and reconstructed so even though you were visiting locations more than once the scenery and tasks were quite different. The hidden object scenes were well done with some easy and challenging objects to find. I had to use thints more than once which by the way were very helpful unlike some other games. These were interspersed with mini-puzzles that were intermediate in difficulty and not ridiculously hard. The mini-puzzles were also quite varied from Match 3s, rotating puzzle rings, string detangles, gear connections etc. The ONLY thing that was sub-par on this game were the voice overs. They were pretty lame but the great thing is once you read the text you can click anywhere on the screen and voices go away so you are not forced to listen to them. The graphics are beautiful. The music is subtle and neither distracting nor annoying. This is now my new favorite game. I'd strongly recommend it - well worth the money! January 11, 2012
It was nice to be challenged but not frustrated! I'm fairly new at playing hidden object games on my MAC so get in trouble often. I loved this game. I played the easy game and never (well, not often) got in trouble as the game let me know where I still might want to check out another spot or back to an old one as well as areas that are complete. I sometimes can't figure out how to get from point w, back to point f; especially if i slept in between sessions. It didn't tell me what to look for, just as there was an area i had not explored or might want to look at again or the area is completely cleared. The mini games were as challenging as always. the game always recognized my solution. The graphics are great! o, this is not to say easy...but if you do have to get a hint, you feel like such an idiot for not seeing it! i only had to go to the walk through once when i could not figure out what was wanted on one of the mini games. THAT IS A RECORD! ALMOST A MIRACAL! i never had to restart the game because i couldn't get back to missed section. i don't mind having to restart a game...that part of the game but it was lovely not to have to. I am no spring chicken and play these games to keep my brain active. i love to put jigsaw puzzles together and finding objects has helped me do those faster. my mom was joy filled when she found solitaire on the net. were she alive, i think i would have gone down and spent a could of days getting her involved by first playing the game together and then gradually leave it more and more to her. she would have loved it. I hope to find more games by these designers who made a game for the casual player as well as the expert players. November 29, 2011
And now for something different I bought this game for 2.99 and wasn't expecting much. When the game started and I saw the graphics, I wasn't impressed...but wow! I had so much fun playing this game. Lot's of puzzles and layers to this game. I loved going back and forth between the real world and the shadowy world. The puzzles and HO's are pretty simple, but the storyline more than makes up for that. It is well worth your time. January 5, 2012
Fantastic! This was one of my first hidden object games and I must say I really ejoyed it! The hidden object scenes are well done and the objects fairly easy to find. Navigation around the mansion can be difficult and there were times that I wasn't sure where to go next. The graphics are good and there are some eerie moments that add to the enjoyment. The storyline is very good and it was one of those games that are addictive and you dont want to turn it off! The puzzles are good and range from easy to quite diffcicult! I wish all HOG were like this one. December 2, 2011
One of my favorites! The graphics in this were wonderful. The puzzles were great also and I loved going back and forth in time or places? Keeps your interest going. Would recommend to everyone. Wish they had a sequel! January 1, 2012
Beautiful and fun game This game was a lot of fun to play. It had a nice, creepy quality to it, and the games were challenging, but not impossible, to win. It is also a long game. My only negative comment would be that it was not always clear where a particular object should be played, and there were times when an object could have been played one place but it had to be used at a different spot. But overall, it was a fantastic game, and I have played it more than once. December 28, 2011
A fun game Although the visuals (cartoonish) didn't knock my socks off, the game was nonetheless a lot of fun to play. I skipped many of the puzzles after becoming frustrated trying to understand how to play them - but that didn't take away from the enjoyment. This is a keeper I will play again in the future. July 22, 2013
That was a lot of fun!! What a pleasant surprise! It was long and immersive and quite ingenious - with the "real" house and the "shadow" house. It made the usual back-and-forthing more interesting. Plus there was a map to make it easy to get around. As others have mentioned, the graphics were "drawn" as opposed to "realistic," but once you got used to it, it was not a problem and, to my mind, made the game a little different from the norm and were much more a plus than a minus. The sounds were inobtrusive and did not add to or detract from the game, particularly. What I liked the best was that, whenever I thought I had reached a dead end and would have to consult the walk-through, I would somehow manage to figure out what to do! Not that the game was easy, because I don't think it was - apart from some of the mini-games- but that it had its own logic and was internally consistent. The mini-games did not have instructions but it was not hard to figure out what to do and some of them were unusual. One thing that might bother some people: in the hidden object scenes, some - very few - of the objects you need to find have pretty obscure or somewhat misleading names. I personally don't mind this a bit, especially when I can use a hint if absolutely necessary - I find it kind of entertaining to have to figure out what they might have meant by, for example, "oil stove" - they meant oil lamp. All in all, I enjoyed it immensely and was very sorry to have it come to an end. February 5, 2012
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