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Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery

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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!

  • Jump into a hidden object simulation game!
  • Download for free and play for free!
  • New and exclusive Hi-Depth scenes!
  • Switch between day and night modes instantly!
  • IN THIS UPDATE:
      - Fixed launch issue affecting some accounts.
      - Improved messaging for account management.
      - Optimizations and bug fixes to improve overall game performance.
      - New land expansions!
      - Drag and drop item manipulation. It just got way easier to build out your mansion.
      - Smart account management - surfaces all accounts associated with your device
      - Premium path packs, be the envy of your neighbors with animating paths.
      - Reduced download times - whee!


    Thanks for the continued support and feedback, and be sure to keep an eye out for more exciting updates!
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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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  • 1. Hopper of Gold$ 4.99
  • 2. Starter Pack$ 1.99
  • 3. Pro Pack$ 2.99
  • 4. Master Pack$ 3.99
  • 5. Goblet of Gold$ 0.99
 
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Dark Manor: A Hidden Object Mystery 3.5 5 184 184
great fun I usually play a similar game on a popular social website. This game has a sense of humor and great graphics. LIke most of these type of games, you have to balance energy-type points with experience and so forth. It's not like a hidden object games that you buy -- it's one of those hidden object game you play for free. You have to get used to only being able to play for so long before you must either wait a while or else spend money to continue. A fair trade-off. September 8, 2013
This is not a hog puzzle adventure Having read the reviews I expected the game to be awful. However I think the problem lies in what people expected. This isn't an adventure game. There is a distinct storyline but it is actually a simulation where you create your own dark manor garden with hidden object games functioning as a way of earning points to do so. For the kind of game it is, it is incredibly enjoyable and quite addictive. You earn JuJu, which allows progress to next round of hogs, by building weird and wonderful gothic style paraphernalia. These have to be purchased using either gold -gained by completing achievements or levels- or mana -gained by completing hogs or via objects. Although it may sound complicated it all quickly becomes clear and makes for a well designed and fun way to while away some hours. September 14, 2013
Everywhere are ghosts. This game, you either love it or hate it. I have to agree that the story line is somewhat lame. What I think of the story is a 1920's mansion that is haunted. Other then that, I have to agree that the graphics is outstanding along with the sounds. Just right for Halloween. As for the challenge, there are couple ways they did it. First, finding Hidden objects without a timer. Others, you have to find objects with a timer. There's also, graphics that you have to compare the difference. On this, the right side is colored the other side is gray/white. What is also different is the word goes across the screen and you have to find it. With that, you can only miss three items. In the beginning, I was not too cool with the Facebook issue. I liked to go on my own terms without trying to bet others but I do like to go see what others did with their mansions. So I don't care, if I bet them or not. I compete only for me. Why I like this game? Even though there's no story plot, I enjoyed seeing walkers around the mansion. There's southern bells, skeletons, Halloween kids, there's even a man that turns into a dog at night (now that's cool). A haunted tree, well, three different pumpkins, even a man eaten tree. You can use your own imagination to do your own scary mansion or something light (there's also roses bush, tulips etc.). The challenge has both the timer and without timer (sad but you cannot turn it off if you don't like the timer). Well, it's Halloween after all. October 28, 2013
Time is the essence I love this game. It took a few days to get into because you have to wait for neighbors to progress but now it takes me all day to get through all my neighbors to get energy, money and experience. I play on my pc so I have no problem seeing the objects. Scrolling in to find things is helpful and when you scoll out some things are hiden but if you know where they are you can click over the item and it will be collected is good. The only problem is the loading screen takes too long. You don't have to buy gold,, money or get on facebook if you don't want, just visit your neighbors. I like the extras you get each day. Been playing for a couple of weeks now and will keep playing. Love the changes of things from day to night. Great game if you have nothing else to do, I have to force myself to stop to get things done, it sucks you in, keeps you wanting to play to get more stuff. September 13, 2013
Keeps you wanting This game is quiet fun! It has the ability to allow the player to personally reflect themselves, although, I do believe the "character choice" is somewhat limited, the remainder of this game always keeps you wanting to play more and more. You never know what you'll build next and what challenges wait ahead. September 10, 2013
Can't get enough of this game! More options to play other hidden object games inside this one! I like arranging the scenery for this game. It breaks the monotony of the predictable games before! The continued concept of more and more, just fascinates me! Please keep updating! October 26, 2013
Decent Theme The game play is well done and the hidden objects aren't too difficult but far from easy. The graphics are well done and makes the gameplay immersive. October 25, 2013
Love this game! I have been waiting for a quality game to come along and finally I am challenged with the many aspects of this game! I was a little worried about the FB interactions but I am enjoying this part of the game also. Probably not for everyone but I love it! August 31, 2013
Such a Surprise this free game I was surprised to learn how much I love this game and considering it is free its just such a bonus...LOVE IT! November 30, 2013
Love it! Great game, can't stop playing it! September 9, 2013
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