Mystery Case Files®: Fate's Carnival Collector's Edition

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$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Madame Fate returns… from the dead! This is Fate’s Carnival as you’ve never seen it before, with old acts like Amazing Larry and Marlena Mermaid in the most harrowing predicaments! Can you stop fate before it’s too late? Or will the creepy carnival curse stop you?
See what our Beta testers had to say:

"Brilliant! A sequel to Madame Fate - That's really all I have to say." - Christine, MCF Beta Tester

"Thank you so much for returning to the roots of the franchise." - Joel, MCF Beta Tester

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:

  • Play the bonus game to uncover more secrets
  • Take care of your fabulous feline
  • Collect bobbleheads, cards, and money to spend
  • Take a break and play solitaire
  • Download soundtracks, wallpapers, screensavers, and concept art
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1057 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Safari 4.0 or later
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Mystery Case Files: Fate's Carnival Collector's Edition 4.5 5 364 364
ANOTHER UNNECESSARILY LONG GAME This game was extremely long and that is not meant to be a compliment. This is one of those games that sent me back and forth so many times I got dizzy, then I got a headache and finally I got sick of the game. There is a map that allows you to jump from one location to the next, but having to open the map repeatedly added even more time to the game. I found that it was a lot easier just to hit the hint button which allowed me to teleport to the next active location. This is how the game went: I'm at a location and I do one or two things there; then I have to go to another location where I do one or two more things; then I'm back to the previous location or a third location to do one or two more things. There was no logic to the order in which the locations had to be visited so it was either use the map or the hint button. To illustrate this ridiculous jumping back and forth, I was several hours into the game and probably had 20 or more locations that I had already visited, many more than once, when suddenly I had to go all the way back to the very first location. I have said this before and I will say it again; this kind of back and forth adds nothing to the game except time and frustration. And what a joke the "super" puzzles were! Again, there is no way to figure out how to solve these puzzles as there is nothing logical about them. There was only one order in how to solve the different parts of the puzzle. So, again, I had to hit the hint button that was inside the puzzle and it became a game of "read and follow the directions". Not only was there no challenge to the puzzles because there was no logic to them, but using the hint button not only told me what to do next, but gave me the answer as well, not even letting me attempt to figure a small part of it out. For instance, I needed to enter a number in one location and the clues for this number were available in other parts of the puzzle. But the directions in the hint button also gave me the number to enter Thank you, but I learned how to read and follow directions a long time ago. The bonus chapter was more of the same; no logic to the movement between locations and the constant jumping back and forth between locations made my head spun. Again I fell back on using the hint button to be teleported to the next location. Then comes the "secret" room at the end where I got to play the HOS over. This might have been a redeeming factor except the "super" puzzles were included and I could not skip them to go to the next "normal" HOS. I finally gave up on the game at this point. If I wasn't the kind of player who hates to quit on a game, I should have given up on the game many hours before I reached this point. The lack of logic in moving from one location to another also detracted from the storyline. I quickly lost any sense of the story progressing from point a to point b and completely lost any sense of direction within the storyline. A game like this makes me think the developer could not figure out how to design a game that progresses in a logical pattern nor how to create a longish game without adding extra time by going back and forth between the same locations over and over again. Or maybe they are just lazy. I don't think I have ever given a game this low of a rating, but I was so sick and disgusted with this one, I had no choice. Life is frustrating enough without having to deal with it when I'm trying to play a game for relaxation and fun. So, unless you enjoy being frustrated, I suggest you avoid this one. November 5, 2014
Very Boring The mystery games have gotten very boring. I bought the ce and was not impressed. I like the more interactive organized games. This game is not for everyone, but there people that enjoy this sort of game! I do not. November 29, 2013
Hard Wouldn't purchase this game more of a obstacle course. December 6, 2013
Lights Please Mystery Case Files Please rest in peace I have all but this one and will not look for any more. They have all slowly died since Dire Grove, which out did itself. Far to DARK. November 30, 2013
Too many puzzles - not enough hidden objects Bough this game a couple of days ago hoping for more of a hidden object type game. Instead most of this is a "figure out the puzzle" game. I'm really disappointed. December 1, 2013
Death of MCF :/ So poor..even Shadow lake is beeter than this game..Im always been MCF fan,specially because of realistic items and great puzzles..but here-just like in a cheap hidden objects game,hundred of stupid key-locks with stupid simbols-circles,cubes and colored keys with the same locks..without any ideas+thet stupid cat???like in others stupid games,i saw it years and years ago..dissapointment and regret,where are those glory days of Dire Grove and Return to Ravenharst :( November 17, 2014
Falls way short of what I expected This is the worst game in the series. As a family we love the MCR series. We have made it a family tradition to play the game during the Thanksgiving break. This one is so boring and jumps around so much that none of us are enjoying the game. We have not finished the game yet... none of us want to. We have had to use the hint button so many times I have lost count. The game doesn't make any sense - there is no flow to the game. It's a bunch of random thoughts thrown together to create the most confusing game ever built. The puzzles are weak... in fact we solved the crystal ball puzzle and the game didn't respond... we finally skipped it. I looked it up online and we had it right but we didn't do it in the order as what they showed. Overall - try the free version before wasting your money. December 21, 2013
HUGE disappointment I found this game frustrating and boring. I gave up about 1/3 the way through. Run here, run there ... back and forth ... too much! Non-intuitive ... left me feeling rudderless on what to do next. Don't get me wrong, I love a good challenge but too much of this game just made no logical sense. To me a good challenge is when thinking pays off, not when one has to constantly refer to the SG. December 30, 2013
I wanted to like it Granted it has been awhile since I've played a HOB game and the last one of the MCF I played and enjoyed was Dire Grove. This isn't like Dire Grove or even Return to Ravenhearst, those yes had the "adventure" part where you find items that you will need later to unlock other parts of the game, etc. But they also had plenty of HOB locations! I've only played about an hour into this game...and only one HOB location at the very start, the rest of the game is finding items to unlock other parts and it's all over the place. Yes, the collector's edition comes with the walkthrough but what is the fun in having to solely use the walkthrough to tell you have to play the game! If you do like that kind of game, then this is the game for you. Otherwise if you are looking for Dire Grove or Return to Ravenhearst, pass on this. December 10, 2013
didn't like this game I found this game very hard, didn't like it at all, it was all over the place, had to keep hitting the hint button in order to move through puzzles, didn't make sense..very frustrating December 17, 2013
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