Haunted Manor: Lord of Mirrors Collector's Edition
Great Story! Great Game!
If you like the eerie feeling you get exploring a haunted house, then this is a great game to play. The graphics are incredible and the music really sets the mood. Stay in each room when you first enter to get the feel of it and enjoy playing the HOS, Puzzles, etc... If you are just beginning, this is a great game to start out with.
June 13, 2012
I liked it
Not a bad game. The HOS and puzzles were not all that hard. Had a decent flow to the game and kept you interested. Hint button works well.
May 8, 2013
It is a great game..
And I say that even though I have paid for the game 4 times and only got to play the demo, somehow I cant install the game on my computer which is really harsh. but that's ok I still would recomend bigfish games to anyone that love games. Thanks for the ride
September 13, 2012
Great game. good graphics and fun HOS
January 28, 2012
I like this game. I play search games a lot and this is one of the best.
July 16, 2013
I finished playing the game yesterday. I found it different, fun and enjoyable.
April 25, 2013
Haunted Mirror for Kindle fire
I enjoy BF games on my pc and kindle. The Kindle edition does not include a walkthrough for the bonus chapter, no idea how to unlock the violin case to sooth the
Cerberus. I have the violin bow, put the crown on Riddle. Any hints for the kindle edition?
September 27, 2013
Like Haunted Manor: Queen of Death, this game was visually appealing. The backgrounds were creepy, colorful, and detailed. Unlike Queen of Death, this game lacks a feeling of adventure and exploration. I couldn't finish the one hour trial because it felt like I was being ushered from room to room and checking mundane, simple tasks off of a list rather than exploring the mansion and figuring out where and how to use the items. Rather than being able to explore many different locations at your own discretion, the game just proceeds from one room to the next room--first the hall, then the library, etc-- as you complete simple, self-contained tasks. Part of the fun of hog's is having to travel all over the map, finding and using items in obscure locations. From what I saw of it, this game eliminates that element and the challenge that comes with it. It was pretty, but boring.
February 19, 2012
I must be going blind.
I'm flummoxed by the near perfect 5-star rating. I can see where this game has potential. Honestly, I'm never going to find it. I won't look anymore.
This review is based on the one hour trial. The first and most important issue for me is that I just can't see the screen...everything seems so small the items are hard to find. That's not fun for me. I LOVE a challenge, but I want it to be because items are so well hidden and so cleverly designed, not because they're so small. To me, this is a fatal flaw and nothing else after this really matters.
I do have a sense that this game doesn't flow really smoothly. Because of the fatal flaw, however, this is just a guess, not an informed judgment.
The directions for writing a helpful review say not to report technical issues. I think the inability to see the game is a technical issue, so I guess this isn't a helpful review. Sorry.
I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL: USE THE ONE HOUR TRIAL before you spend non-refundable money on a game you can't see.
June 12, 2013