Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery


The bayou. The roaring 1920's. A supernatural secret. Step into Dark Manor, where ghostly hosts will help you find your way! Beautify your manor and explore the spine-chilling hidden object scenes... if you DARE! Brought to you by Big Fish Games, the #1 publisher of Hidden Object games!

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  • Download for free and play for free!
  • New and exclusive Hi-Depth scenes!
  • Switch between day and night modes instantly!
      - Fixed crash on scavenger hunt launch

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 192 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery

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Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery 3.5 5 188 188
Too nothing I was hoping to like this game, but it turned out to be too slow, you could only use 50 energy unless you had friends, and decorating your garden cost too many coins. I'll stick with Found September 24, 2013
a so slow game is killing the fun to this game the game is not bad to play i agree , but the launch and the stage loading are so slow that kill all the fun to this game. when you launch this game you have the time to make a coffee , drink them and go to the toillets and then you go on your computer you see the game just start. December 14, 2013
Dark Manor: Nope..... not in the 'manner' I enjoy playing.... My immediate and first impression of this game was that the load times between screens were appallingly slooooow [not my internet connection; I have fiber optics wired and it is oober fast]. As far as the game itself? To put it bluntly, I didn't enjoy it at all; in fact, it annoyed me utterly and completely and it basically felt like a complete neon nightmare. Even at Halloween Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery would give me bothersome nightmares during the day (!) and not because of any type of creepy appeal because it didn't have that. I say this because to me, it was just plain incredibly garish and grungy in it's combined effort... it's colors, characters, mode of play, and storyline [can one really call this a storyline?] In addition, I certainly wouldn't want to do any social networking via "Dark Manor..." I believe the name itself rather holds the answer to the statement as to why, along with all the other lack of quality I've mentioned. All in all, I have had more gratification paying bills than I had playing "Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery".. which is to say I disliked the experience in every respect and it held no sense of satisfaction or reward whatsoever, something I can at least say I have after paying bills. :] Speaking of bills, this game I have no way of knowing up front just how much it's going to cost; I don't appreciate that whatsoever. Bottom line, this game is a total NOPE, no way, no how for me and I truly can not see any appeal to continue playing this mix mash of annoyance; it's certainly not my idea of a 'game'. No offense meant to anyone enjoying it.... please continue doing so and I advise you keep an eye on your wallet, and, uh, don't look for my name, 'cause it won't be in 'this' manor. Cheers. March 3, 2014
Dark Manor I've never tried to play a game that had absolutely no instructions like this game. I stuck for about 10 minute trying to figure it out and then just gave up. Glad for the free trial though and just deleted it !! October 19, 2013
Dark Manor Worst game I have played in several years. One of BF's top 5 money makers. Have your bank card on the ready when you d/l this. I hadn't played 10 minutes when the grubby paw came out. Don't just walk away from this game, RUN!!!! February 18, 2014
Dark Manor I usually love hidden object games, but alas I could find nothing to even like about this game. It has no story line, no challenge, & really nothing to make it even remotely interesting. Maybe kids would like it, but I don"t really see them liking this game any better than I did. September 7, 2013
????????? It seems I am to dumb to play this game.It starts abruptly,there are no instructions,no help and I do not Know what to do. I don't recomend it. A waste of time. October 8, 2013
Don't waste your time I'm glad I tried this before I purchased it! This and Haunted Hotel were the Worst games I ever played. Unfortunately I assumed Haunted Hotel was as good as Haunted Hotel: Eclipse they were nothing alike. They're related or even in the same ballpark. Save your money. February 13, 2014
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