Mystery Case Files: Escape from Ravenhearst

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(1,002.34 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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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!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1245 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 3.2 5 430 430
Can we Return if we Escape??? I have several of the Mystery Case File games and I think all the Ravenhurst series. I have to say that they stand out because they are just a little more creative, more ingenious, and a little more diabolical (LOL); however a little gross, (wincing) --- and there have been times I thought the designers might even be a tad sadistic because things seemed impossible. All the above have come to bring a smile to my face whenever I am in their environment - it's edgy! I hope we will never really escape Ravenhurst and their next game will be coming soon! January 31, 2012
Breakthrough in the Hidden Object genre! Having read the initial reviews of people who were disappointed and shocked, my curiosity was triggered. I am a horror-shooter 3D game-fan but when I want to relax I play the Big Fish 2D games, because of the often beautiful graphics and not having to worry about being shot down by some monster or alien. The first hour of gameplay was as any other game: relaxing, nice grapics/audio and going around the usual 4 or 5 different scenes. I still bought the game curious about what would follow and I was not disappointed at all! I agree this is not a game for someone who likes the classical Hidden Object game with puzzles that can be solved even if you're half asleep and finding the same objects over and over again (I mean, how many butterflies, irons and hour glasses do you need?). The morphing objects are easy enough to find but the challenge lies within the rest of the game: lock-puzzles which give you a real hard time but when you solve them the satisfaction is much greater. If you don't like running around and already forget about a scene the minute you enter another, this is not the game for you, but for those who like a challenge and like to be wrapped up in the story from beginning to end, this game is worth every dollar. Great acting and voice acting: it is a mini-movie actually. I really liked the out-of-the-ordinary creepy gameplay. Keep up the good work BF and I'll be looking forward to see and buy more of this innovating type of psychological horror 2D adventure game. January 29, 2012
This made me a fan of Hidden Object Games...!! Looking over some of the other reviews, I am really surprised! This was my first game purchase at Bigfish and I thought the game was excellent. I did get stuck on two of the puzzles and needed a little help...but I was really impressed at how creative everything was. And unlike some others, I think the Morphing Objects are much more interesting than the normal Hidden Object type. The fact that they made leaves blow and other things move made it more challenging. I do think the story was quite gross in some areas...but i understood that it was supposed to be like a horror movie...and I was not sure what the "normal" was for these types of games. Hopefully, the next one won't be as disgusting in some areas. But overall, this sold me on this type of game. I really hope to see "ghostly" morphing objects in more games in the future. January 29, 2012
BEST GAME I EVER PLAYED! Absolutely blew me away...great graphics and sounds! The morphing objects were a nice change from the HO. This game is scary and really held my interest. The game is lengthy and well worth the price however some puzzles are really difficult and tedious. Not having a hint button when you get lost was horrible. By far the best game I have ever purchased and hope to find more like it! January 26, 2012
Not for everyone, but wonderful nonetheless I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. Granted, the overall horror content isn't for everyone, but despite this I think it is a worthy sequel to the Ravenhearst series where quite a few questions get answered. The use of real people as some of the main characters made it that much more enjoyable and interesting for me and added a nice touch of realism. The morphing object scenes were a refreshing change, and I found some of the puzzles challenging enough to make me happy, even though I had to resort to the walkthrough at times. Compared to the MCF predecessors the soundtrack was a bit of a letdown, but that was the only thing I found disappointing. It tended to get a bit annoying after awhile in certain scenes and I actually found myself turning it off or turning it down to a whisper. Still overall, I really enjoyed playing it and am hopeful there will be another sequel. If you're looking for a HOG that can scare you and you don't mind taking on something a little more challenging, make it this one! :) January 26, 2012
You were warned.. .. as it says, underlined in red, right on the description: "Intense psychological thriller... not for the young or faint of heart..." I can see how MCF may have alienated its target audience with this one. You should have a twisted sense of the macabre to enjoy this MCF installment, as it is quite darker than previous episodes. I happen to fit the bill in that regard, and so I enjoyed it immensely. I agree with other reviewers - I prefer HO to MO. The morphing objects are way too easy, and I miss the "AHA, there's that (fill in the blank)!" after hunting for something for several minutes. The puzzles were fairly challenging, and only one was kind of convoluted, requiring a cheating glimpse at the walkthru. Graphics awesome as usual, story line clever. Much enjoyed! January 22, 2012
different I loved this game because it's different. The morphing objects was a nice change and made it a challenge and the puzzles were satisfyingly difficult. I admit to getting really bored lately with the usual HOG's and slide games and this was a cure for my boredom. Not for everyone though as it's quite hard and visually dark. January 21, 2012
Amazing Great game for if you are a Pro as you will not find such play level ( only exception is Drawn)...amazing puzzles, sound and graphics. Only downside is that few puzzles are made too complicated December 23, 2011
Creepy, But Awesome!!! The Mystery Case Files are my favorite games out of all the genres on Big Fish. This one didn't disappoint. The new morphing hidden object scenes are the first actual revelation I've seen from the usual HOS. The puzzles were a bit of a stretch to connect and complete as far as the storyline went, but the graphics are so good you just want to keep working on the challenge! *spoiler* Maybe I am a tad morbid, but I actually chuckled out loud when the mannequin Abigail exploded! And the overalls on Victor crack me up! December 29, 2011
This explains a lot. This game freaked me out all over the place. I'm scared of dolls. There are creepy dummies everywhere. However I loved puzzles and putting all clues together. Even though many things are sick taste, storyline took me all the way. Now all make sense. December 28, 2011
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