Midnight Mysteries: Witches of Abraham Collector's Edition

Full version game
(477.77 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

For the past few years, you've been writing bestselling novels based on the stories you've heard told by the ghosts who visit you at midnight. But tonight you have a special visitor, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States! He wants you to go back in time and find the treasure of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a secret Confederate order, before Lincoln's enemies do! Follow the clues, while learning trivia about famous people and places from the American Civil War in this fascinating Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won't find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector's Edition includes:

  • Bonus chapter featuring the infamous Jesse James
  • Collectibles that unlock an Unlimited Hidden-Object Puzzles mode
  • Interactive character bios and art gallery
  • Screensavers and wallpapers
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 984 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Midnight Mysteries: Witches of Abraham Collector's Edition 3.6 5 66 66
I so wanted to like this I demoed this a few weeks ago and I have to agree on every aspect with BFGMCFFAN! September 28, 2013
DISAPPOINTING i was really looking forward to playing the full game, i was so disappointed i really wish i had waited for the normal game instead of paying for the CE November 1, 2013
Not Good Compared to Previous Ones Compared to previous Midnight Mysteries games, this one doesn't really measure up at all. Graphics, storyline, sound effects are all like bad imitations of the first four games. They've shuffled the series off to a new developer partner and it shows. There are millions of mini games, a few clovers to collect and a half-hearted storyline that makes little sense and has next to no detail. The HOGs are basic interaction type. I don't recommend this one, even with the sale. If you haven't played the first four then you are in for a feast of good games no matter which one you choose. September 28, 2013
HISTORICALLY CONFUSED MESS BASED ON COMPLETED GAME ON EXPERT LEVEL Living in Gettysburg all of my life and having seen many of the historical sites where Lincoln visited, including the room where he completed the famous Gettysburg Address, I expected this game to make more sense than it does. If you're looking for the game to present Lincoln and the other main characters in a historically sound adventure, this is not the game for you. This game is purely fantasy, and that's ok IF you aren't VERY familiar with Lincoln, Mary Todd, Willie, Quantrill's Raiders, Jesse James and the Civil War. Because I am well educated on this topic, I found this game confusing. I tried to turn my factual mind off and just enjoy the game, but even so, it was just a mess. Pros: Lots of action Adequate voice overs Interesting scenes Game moves quickly Get to collect clovers and ravens Cons: Some of the graphics are so bad that the objects bear small resemblance to the actual object Glitters even in expert mode Little to no music Kindergarten level puzzles HOS are so easy as to be silly time wasters VERY short game Confusing historical background, for example: a) Lincoln was presented as a devotee of spiritualism, believing in curses/witches, but it was Mary Todd who was the devotee and gave seances in the White House. Lincoln grew up Baptist. b) Willie is saved by you during the game, when in fact, Willie died causing Lincoln to go into a deep depression and began Mary Todd's descent into mental illness, because he was their favorite child. Lincoln had 4 children, only ONE of which (Robert) survived to adulthood Quantrill, Jesse James, et al each have historical inaccuracies which may spoil the game for you if you are familiar with their true histories.. (I'll stop there so I don't ruin the game, but suffice it to say, the end is factually incorrect) Bottom line: It's a so-so experience based on pure fantasy with easy games and HOS, but it's not suitable as a teaching game for kids. September 30, 2013
Nowhere near as good as others in MM series... This game verged on awful, and not really up to CE standards. The HOS were ok with some interaction but on finding certain items they'd fly up into your face filling the screen. Played advanced (middle) mode, and game took 4 hours with no skipping of puzzles. The puzzles weren't bad, but nothing really new. You find 4 leaf clovers in each scene, and hints increase if you find the crows that are dotted about. The story was just silly. Graphics weren't that great either, being quite fuzzy at times. The most irritating bit was that on placing an item where it should be placed, you get loads of glowing white lights! If it doesn't fit you get a red skeleton hand. Way to much hand holding, and nothing was left to the imagination. On finding a loose screw, narration says 'the screw is loose...'! It was really dated, and very much like games of 5+ years ago. Bought it as 50% off, and I hoped the game would improve but it didn't. September 28, 2013
Maddening Time The good news is the characters are speaking to you in this one. The bad news is it doesn't matter what they say. You must play this game in the correct order or you will lose an object and have to start over. I have never seen that with a game before so I will use the play by play book given to the player. That is not fun as it is more of a chore. I did like the first game but the later games all had problems of some sort. It seemed to go backward but then moved forward again with this one. It gives you a clear clover until you find the clover in the room for instance. But if it means starting over from scratch because it only lets you use the one object and keeps it then that is a glitch which needs fixing. October 8, 2013
just couldnt get into this one as others said it is a follow up to other midnight mysteries but this one just didn't cut it for me. I played the demo and got tired and bored and the games frustrated me, I skipped all of the ones I came to, nothing was making sense to me. the idea of helping Lincoln is intriguing but I just couldn't get into this one, definitely not the collectors edition. if it comes out as a regular I might try it again and see if any improvements have been made but unfortunately right now I can't recommend this game. September 30, 2013
Not up to usual Midnight Mysteries standard I bought the collector's edition of this game after only a few minutes of the trial period, because previous Midnight Mysteries games had been so fun... I trusted the brand. Big mistake. I wish I hadn't wasted my money. The game scenes and puzzles seemed very easy and familiar, as though they had been cobbled together from a bunch of other games. The storyline was incomprehensible and illogical. But what really really makes me regret wasting my time and money on this game was the creepy and repulsive animation and voice over of Abraham Lincoln and his wife. Before you leap in and buy this game just because you may have liked previous Midnight Mysteries games, make sure you play to the end of your trial period, which is what I wish I had done. October 26, 2013
The worst of a great series Based only on the demo: I have to agree 100% with BFGMCFFAN. My daughter and I love the Midnight Mysteries series, but this one definitely falls short of the bar that was set with the first four games. While the storyline had tremendous potential, and could have been the best of the bunch, it just... wasn't. The graphics are only about half as good as the first of these games. The characters seem stilted, and during dialogue, the game sort of drags. And no way to skip that eye-aching mess. I'm sorry to say that perhaps Hot Lava was a poor choice for a new developer for the game. What a let-down. I'm not sure what the lovers of this game have found so appealing about it. This one's a stinker. September 28, 2013
So Boring it made me Sleepy Review based on full demo. Slow moving & boring. The story premise sounded like it should be entertaining but unfortunately that was not the case. No strategy guide. The music was annoying. I was able to find the clovers but never did find anymore ravens after the first one. Basically it was a very dull game that did not live up to its hype. Definite NO BUY for me. September 28, 2013
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