Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood

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Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood is the sequel to the smash hit Enigmatis: The Ghost of Maple Creek. It is a detective story rich with horror, plot twists, and shadowy intrigue.

A year has passed since the events of Maple Creek. But for the past few months, our detective has been hot on the trail of the demonic preacher she fought one year ago. Yet he has managed to always stay one step ahead. She hoped to bring an end to the chase in the redwood forests of Northern California. But like so many times before, the trail went cold...

Then she encountered an abandoned camper in the middle of the highway. Enormous claw marks scored the roof and the lost family’s personal belongings were scattered everywhere. All signs pointed to the scene being fresh.

And all clues led into nearby Ravenwood Park...

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 775 MB
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Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood 4.7 5 65 65
Exceptional Don't often review games but just finished this one. Great storyline that I normally don't bother with. Interactive HOGs, transporter map, good puzzles, scary eyes behind a door and evidence board. All great fun and I sat wondering if I would put in the last disc to let him out! HOG Roast!! October 31, 2013
very good game Very good game, good story, and puzless October 27, 2013
ALMOST BUT NOT QUITE 5-STARS Like that there are 3 types of HOS: fragments, silhouettes and list (which also allows you to switch to a matching game). All were very and/or accumulating interactive. One PROBLEM I found was that you could have your cursor a full 2-3" from the target object and pick it up or interact with it. Now, I'm not particularly fond of objects that have to be clicked exactly (especially thin objects like a needle), but this is too much leeway. It seems to take the adventure portion of the story forever to unfold. Too much talking, even if you can speed through it by clicking the scene again and again. Getting information from the prisoner in bits and pieces if okay - he's a bit entertaining and raises questions of why he is an enemy of the park owner, why hasn't he escaped already if he can help you escape, etc. Like the spookiness - keeps you interested in finding out more. The evidence board is a good aspect, but it seems that some evidence is collected but can't be put on the board yet. A detective would probably classify it somewhere, at least tentatively. SUMMARY: I think this is a great game and certainly worth buying, but I just don't think it quite warrants 5 stars along with some of the other games out there lately. That said, I will likely buy the CE over the SE because it offers quite a few benefits, like achievements, morphs, and the collectibles, as well as collecting evidence. There were a couple other things in the CE that are of interest, but there was no preview of them. October 25, 2013
Has Its Ups and Downs This game has promise. The intro was very good, got you excited from the start. But once the detective started her search at the camper's crash site, it kind of lost its oomph. The graphics were very childish and catroonish, a huge turn-off. Next, the voice acting of the child was terrible. Whine much? Even bigger turn-off. I thought it would be downhill from there, but the excitement level did pick up again once the detective came in contact with the locked up "helper". Talk about a Hannibal Lechter type! I would be very worried about this guy! Having grown up in the very place the story is set, I can tell you the giant redwoods are spooky all by themselves. Good setting for the story! The spaced out over-the-hill hippie was a nice touch. My demo ran out before I got to the end of the second chapter and I was fairly surprised. Guess that says I was pretty engrossed! I feel this is a solid SE purchase. Anymore, most of the CE "bling" just doesn't make it worth the extra money. I do recommend trying for yourself. October 26, 2013
A Really Great Game! Definitely Worthy of the Praise! I waited a long time for the sequel and then a long time to get it. I must say, it was worth the wait! This was a great game, with only the one downer- the story did not end conclusively, but I think that was to set up a third Enigmatis. The story was absolutely awesome. It started with a bang- a bang that lasted right to the end. It was a thrill for the entire game. I could not stop playing it. There are so many twists and turns, it just keeps you going. And the story with the relief pieces down in the prisoners cell in the tunnels just adds to the excitement, and you begin to uncover the true story behind the villain. This is a true murder mystery, that comes complete with an evidence board that you can add evidence to as you collect it, and you begin to unravel the mystery with each bit of evidence you collect. Each bit of evidence uncovers the biggest kept secret of all, and that is one that I really wasn't expecting! Each character plays their own role. It really is a delight. The only downer I'd pick is that this story follows the exact same format of the Nightmares From The Deep series: Bad guy with supernatural powers controlling some evil force. They've even added the 12-part backstory too. Will all their stories follow this format from now on? I wouldn't say the ending to this story was conclusive. What happened to Whitmarsh? What happened to the prisoner? These, the two biggest questions, are left unanswered in the story, and this is really annoying. I'm assuming it has ended like that as the starting point for a third Enigmatis, but seriously. After about 3.5-4 hours of gameplay, I was really expecting a conclusive ending, and that wasn't it. The gameplay was good, but not great. I'd say this game is definitely story-driven. On the plus side, unlike most other games by this developer, there is more than one type of HOS. In this game, there are three: classic junkpile, fragmented objects and silhouette. Each HOS provided an individual challenge and each one was equally as fun. I'd have to say my favourite was the fragmented object scenes. The puzzles were all good. Most of them were challenging, but a few were easy. I was able to solve a few of them, but I had to skip a few as well. I'd say I solved half and skipped the other half. I wouldn't call the puzzles unique, but they were definitely on the fun side. As I mentioned before, there is an evidence board, which is a great feature, and I hope it continues to be used in games. I loved and looked forward to each moment I could go back to it. There are 26 evidence pieces in total to collect, and these are spaced out evenly in the game. Tied with the evidence part of the game, there is also the character of the prisoner. You interview him for helpful bits of information. His face appears in the reflection on the evidence board when he has something new to tell. This is more frequently used in the first half of the game, and is only used a couple of times in the second half. There is also the 12-piece backstory, told by the prisoner after you collect a metallic relief piece to put on his cell door. This gives detail in to how the villain became the villain. I think it was used better in this story, because it was more interesting, and because you could replay any of the scenes by clicking on the pieces, something you couldn't do in the Nightmares from the Deep series. I wouldn't call this your standard HOPA, but I'd still say it's fairly easy to navigate. It has a map, a journal and a hint, all the staples of HOS. Experienced players should have no trouble navigating their way through the game. The graphics, as always, are outstanding. The artwork is so well drawn and has so much detail, it's a visual delight. The character designs are great too. They are also very detailed. Each HOS is incredibly clear too. I have absolutely no issues with the graphics. The voice-overs are standard. They aren't terrible, but aren't outstanding. I have no comment. FEATURES 3 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced and Hard. Hint and Skip- hint recharges quickly for Casual. It is very useful outside for HOS. Diary- diary is used fairly often and keeps track of events. Map- the map is interactive, but is not very helpful at all. It tells you the area where there is something to do, but doesn't tell you the exact scene. Evidence Board- this is where all evidence is stored in the game. It is a very good feature, and I really enjoyed it. Collectible evidence (26) Overall, I'd say this is a fairly good game, and is worthy of the praise it gets. I can see why it's called the best game of the year by reviewers, and why it won awards. The only reason it's getting 4 stars and not 5 is due to the incomplete story and the hardly useful map. I highly recommend this game! WHICH IS THE BETTER BUY? The only things that the CE really has to offer are a bonus chapter, achievements and collectible butterflies. I'd say the SE is the better buy. ON THE GAME LENGTH The game length is at least 3.5 hours on Casual mode. January 4, 2014
My Favorite so far Artifx Mundi has a hit with this one. Good flow. gets a little too rapid at the end but the lead in sets the game up nicely with no need for earlier games to fall right in step. Hope to see more like this and I hope other developers will follow suit. A few more HOG's could have been placed when the final discs get found... That lost them 1 star for laziness. March 27, 2014
Quite fun overall the game play was fairly simple, although a few leaps in conceptual thinking were required to connect objects to activity zones and I had to reduce my challenge zone for these. I felt the storyline fell a bit short at the end - would have liked to see the villain more involved. The graphics were sumptuous, but not used to their full potential - let's climb a few trees or hide in those deep green bushes. But plenty of surprises kept me guessing. November 8, 2013
A good sequel This is a good sequel to the first one. The main features such as finding the evidence is still there. And the graphics are in good quality. October 21, 2014
And the story continues... As a follow up to the first in the series, this was an enjoyable adventure with the option to do Match 2's instead of the HOs which turned out to be necessary sometimes since the objects weren't readily identifiable. Looking forward to the next in the series which most probably will occur on a similar storyline given... well, just play the game and you'll get what I mean. August 20, 2014
Fun but short. Very fun. Somewhat short, not a lot of puzzles or variety. June 17, 2014
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