Mystery Case Files®: Escape from Ravenhearst™ Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.29 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

You lived through their side of the story—now live through his!

Return once more to the haunted grounds of Ravenhearst Manor to uncover new details about this poignant saga. What you find could very well be the final chapter of this riveting story—if you escape.

This is an intense psychological thriller that may reveal deep-seated fears. Not for the young or faint of heart. Consider yourself warned.

Please note: This is the biggest and most intense offering from the Big Fish Games Studios to date. If you are not sure if your computer will be able to handle the game, please try it before you buy it!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus collect and match quest!
  • Exciting bonus quest featuring the Case Book
  • Additional Hidden Object scenes
  • Integrated strategy guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.2
  • Hard Drive: 1591 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Crude Humor
  • Mild Blood
  • Violence
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Mystery Case Files: Escape from Ravenhearst? Collector's Edition 3.6 5 849 849
Too difficult and difficult flow Rather than simply trashing the game, I will try to be constructive. I like MCF, love the 'Drawn' series, etc. This MCF game is drastically different than the originals. So you, the would-be purchaser, can make an informed purchase: * Big Fish is serious about needing a good computer. Try the demo first and, if it runs slowly, you may need to drop from "high def" to normal. Despite this, my computer hiccuped. It was frustrating to wait for the case book to open. It was a significant delay. * the Case Book does not keep relevant notes. So when you play, have paper to save the codes and numbers that you see around the game. Very frustrating. * issue with logic and order. I really didn't want to use the strategy guide and wound up using it a lot. If you can do the demo without using it, you may have the right frame of mind. But if you use it in the demo, you will be for the rest of the game. * the game is more graphic / gory than other MCF files. I was playing it by myself with my 10 year old at his grandparents. couple of scenes in and I was thankful that was the case. All things equal, I wouldn't be as disappointed if the game's flow made sense to me. It is frustrating to look at the inventory and have *no* idea what you are supposed to use the items for. Honestly, I don't even know if I'll finish the game. So - use the demo as guide because, frankly, the demo does provide what the rest of the game is like. November 25, 2011
Overcomplex and Unpleasant. Poor extras Well count me out - I thought this was overcomplicated and deeply unpleasant. Plays like a group of young men were given a large budget and allowed to indulge their gross-out factor. We are expert players and we struggled with the convoluted structure and some of the scenarios (vacuuming babies out of pregnant women?). Very poor extras. If you play for enjoyment and relaxation, give this one a miss. December 22, 2011
Very Disappointed I waited for this game to come out. I loved RTR. I played it over n over. I missed the Hog's and the puzzles, like rtr had. I found it boring. Had to use the SG to see where to go next lots of times. Usually I don't use that. No direction on how to do puzzles. They were just there. Figure it out. The notebook didn't keep #'s u needed for future use in the game. You had to go back and find them. Big disappointment. Hope they make another one and use the same format as RTR. I loved ravenhearst and RTR. Fianlly I'm done. I won't play this one again. Was not fun for me. Hated the morphing objects. Only one HO scene in the book on that table all in black and white. Soooo disappointed. I thought this would be better thanb RTR. I'll go back and play that again. Also was confusing on where and what to do next, had to use the SG. It made no sense to me. I rejoined bigfish club for this game. I hated it. November 28, 2011
So very disappointed. Up until now, the Mystery Case Files series have been amazing. So why change the format? The idea of morphing objects may have worked in a few screens, but in every single one? I found it boring - staring at the screen just made me want to fall asleep. It was so boring, I didn't even complete the demo. And I will certainly not buy the Collectors Edition, and probably not the normal game either when it is out. November 23, 2011
Play the demo before buying! I didn't and lived to regret it. I was looking forward to this game so much that I bought it straight away. It started great: amazing graphics, eerie atmosphere, just as I love it?but then it turned into a nightmare. The morphing objects I didn't mind, although they are not always easy to find. Some of them are definitely too small and the ?morphing? is not the only movement in the scene. You have rainfall, wind and other disturbances to reckon with. And forget about random clicking, because the MOs you?ve already found return to the screen if you exaggerate. What this game really lacks is the story, the logic and puzzles you can solve without pen and paper. I didn?t miss the HOGs because I?m not a big fan of them, but what I can?t do without is a chance to use inventory items in a logical, intuitive way. Here, the gameplay rarely made any sense. I played the Casual mode but still managed to miss sparkles on many occasions (I could swear they weren?t there at all), so I didn?t have the clues to what to do next and I had to check the Strategy Guide. Eventually, I simply stopped trying and just followed the SG. Not that it was much help anyway, because it?s awful (only screenshots of what to do). What?s the point in playing, then? The puzzles made no sense whatsoever. There were no instructions what to do, but for the insufficient explanation in the SG. A bunch of numbers you had to write down on a paper (they were not recorded in the diary) and use them to calculate another bunch of numbers. I have neither the patience nor the time for things like that, but they may still work for some people. I solved some of the puzzled by accident, the rest (90 %) I just skipped. And the door tokens after each chapter, was that some sort of a sick joke? You had to find tiny images (e.g. door hinge) from the tokens in the game scenes and align them. Is this really a CE? There is no extra gameplay (I?m not sure whether this is a pity or not), but apparently you can play more morphing/hidden objects scenes in the journal?I?ve managed to miss that somehow, but just as well. For me, playing this game was a very frustrating experience. A BIG disappointment! December 19, 2011
Why,why have they stopped caring Why are they choosing NOW to stop caring about plot and game mechanics? What you got from the trailer is basically all the story you get...that alone should say a lot. The puzzles are boring, the music and background sounds get irritatingly repetitive and near the end you pray for a dialogue mute button. The gameplay is terrible and you spend the entire game waiting for something interesting to happen, which it dosen't. There is no real supernatural or scare element. Also forget the so called 'bonuses'...not even worth the review. You really just stumble around finding HOS while nothing happens. The only good point this game has is it's beautiful scenery and artstyle. It's sad to know this is part of MCF because if this game were on sale for $3.99 and offered the bonus content for free, you'd still be paying $3.98 more than it's worth. January 11, 2012
Worst game ever I have played all the MCF games. I thought the evolution of the game with the actors added in Dire Grove on was terrific. I am sorry to say that was the only thing I enjoyed in this one. Like several others on here, I detested the strategy guide and was not fond of the morphing scenes. I like a challenge, & the MCF puzzles are usually pretty tough. I pride myself that I have done most of them in the past with no cheating. These puzzles were very difficult. It would have been helpful if there had been instructions included inside each puzzle, like in other games. Even with the help of the strategy guide, there were several puzzles I just had to skip. I also detested the door tokens. If they were not lined up exactly right, the game rejected them. Just from the demo, I thought it was awesome, & was so excited that there was another MCF game, as I had really enjoyed the last two. But after buying it, & playing it, I was just frustrated. Not at all of the same quality of the last two MCF games, but keep the actors if you do another one. I thought that added a terrific dimension to the game. November 24, 2011
Loathed this game!!!!! This was by far the worst game I have ever gotten from BFG. The strategy guide was awful. In fact as bad as it is I don't think you could play the game without it. There is nothing logical or intuitive about playing this game and in fact in several instances even following the strategy guide doesn't get you anywhere. I have loved all the mcf games and the first ravenhurst was my first game so I didn't think twice about buying it and springing for the collectors edition. What a huge waste of money and time. Only thing I got out of this was a pounding headache. Don't waste a minute of your life on this piece of junk. November 29, 2011
Don't buy Had I known how discusting this was going to be, I would not have bought this Game !!! December 15, 2011
Disturbing in a Very Bad Way The content of this game was not what I was expecting. The programmers show what Charles' life was like before he imprisoned his family. The imagery is horrifying and somewhat misogynist. Not a game I would recommend and I usually love mystery case files. December 11, 2011
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