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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  • 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 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 81.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to enjoy I had to give this game 5 stars because of one spectacular thing. You don't have to figure out how to get to where you want to go. When you hit the hint button it takes you to your next destination. Once you get there you can use up a hint to figure out what to do, but getting there doesn't cost you the hint. One of the things I dislike about HO games is trying to remember how to get from one place to another, sometimes it can be ridiculously complicated and makes playing the game annoying. So if you are like me, you'll love this series. If you like negotiating complicated maps in your head, this is not the game for you.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FANTASTIC !!! I was hesitant to try out this game because of how old it was...I am soo glad I did. It plays out like a movie. Never a dull moment. I won't give anything away... however, I was guessing on who is really the bad/evil guy just like when you watch a mystery movie...and I was right! Very few games come out with this kind of caliper. This is one of them. Try out the demo and see for yourself...you will buy this game.
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Egnamatis Series the Utimate Winner Having completed the Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek thinking what a mesmerizing game. It was spooky, tense and had very difficult HO's. But, now finishing Enigmatis: MIsts of Ravenwood I am thinking this rivals The Ravenhurst Series! (Sorry Eipix) The story line is grand, the map is now easily accessible and the inventory can be locked in place. This story is by far one one the most involving. What a game!!
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a wonderful game! I played the Ghosts of Maple Creek before this one and it tied in just beautifully. There were a few puzzles I had to skip, and a few times I had to use the hint button, but other than that I really enjoyed my time playing. the graphics were beautiful and neither the music nor voiceovers were overpowering. I felt the length was just right with an awesome ending which no doubt will lead to yet another sequel. I feel very comfortable in recommending this game to anyone. Although this could be a stand alone game, to fully get the storyline I recommend purchasing The Ghosts of Maple Creek first to get the entire background and an understanding of what's happening now. Bravo to the creators!
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game I've been playing this game for some time now. What a masterpiece. It is creepy, intelligent and well thought off. I love it. I would recommend this game to anybody who is seeking something out of the ordinary.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I wish I had purchased the CE I RARELY get CE's but I wish I had got one for this game. The enigmatic series is one of my absolute favorites and this one does not disappoint. The storyline is great and the challenge level is solid. The gameplay flowed nicely and the puzzles made me think, but they were not to hard. I love playing as a detective, because you get to piece together the plot as an additional device to the story.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BASED ON FULL SE GAME FINISHED- I LOVED this game! The graphics, choice of game colors and special effects are just perfect. Voice actors are also great. Most the HOS are “silhouette progressive” where one items unlocks the second and so on. There is also the type where you find several pieces to an object in the scene and place them to a larger part. I happen to prefer the good old “list” version with some two steps but….. Gameplay is in a woodland park and it appears to be morning. I ADORE when they put us in parks and campgrounds because it feels like we’ve travelled here to site see as well as solve a case!! I saw this done in BEYOND: LIGHT ADVENT, and PHANTASMAT 4 The dread of Oakville’s CE in the bonus section of this game…. So if you liked the demo to Enigmatis Mists… you may like the 2 others I have mentioned as well. There are adorable woodland creatures around. It is daytime, sunny and bright. The monster in this game is really stupid. It is a huge flying Raven… but game play is so fun I just wasn’t bothered by it. Occasionally you have to go into the tunnels to talk to another character. Someone is locked in there and you compare notes with them. His voice acting is one of the best I’ve heard. I, personally, didn’t think the CE bonus content was enough and didn’t purchase it at the time. Knowing the full game play of the SE though, I just may go back for it…. because the extra game play would actually be enough draw on this one. The end of this game is great and gives you a shock!! The first Enigmatis is set in beautiful Vermont in the fall… Even though it’s an older game now, if you liked this one I’ll be surprised if you don’t like the first one. I think this game will appeal to children and adults alike. It is a game to replay in the future and one of my all-time favorites. It will bring hours and hours of fun.
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A demonic battle rages among giant redwoods in the scenic Ravenwood Park It has been two years since the incident at Maple Creek where you disrupted the preceedings of the demon lord Asmodai being conducted by the mad preacher who escaped. You have been looking for the preacher and finally have a lead as to his possible whereabouts. People have been mysteriously disappearing among the redwoods on the West Coast. Driving on the Redwood highway, a black mist sweeps across your path almost causing you to crash and, as you gain control of the truck, you come across a motor home along side the road near the closed entrance to the Ravenwood Redwood Carving Heritage Park. It appears to have been damaged with debris scattered everywhere and strange claw marks on the side as if some large animal struck it. It seems to be empty but, while searching inside, you find a little girl that is hiding who is scared and wants her mom. You need to calm her down and bandage her arm so you search through the debris and find a first aid kit and her teddy bear. As you gain her confidence, there is a shudder and a giant misty raven descends on the motor home ripping a hole in the roof and knocking you out as the girl screams. When you awake, everything has disappeared, the motor home, the debris, your truck and the little girl. Strangely, the entrance to the park is now open and you see people inside. You have a strange feeling as you enter and the park owner and an employee welcome you. They indicate that they just opened a few minutes ago and have no knowledge of the motor home, your truck nor the family that is missing. You are invited by the owner to look around while he goes and contact the authorities, and become locked in a basement where you find a mysterious man being kept a prisoner and all you can see are his eyes from behind the door. He tell you that the owner, Gerald Whitmarsh, is evil and, if you help him escape, he will help you find the missing girl and her parents. There is something strangely familiar about this prisoner but you agree to help him by finding 12 stone discs that provide some of the background story as each disc is inserted into the door of the cell. This becomes a focus point in your investigation into the secrets of Ravenwood. A worthy successor to Enigmatis: The Ghost of Maple Creek, you again become involved in an exciting and intense detective story that I think is presented better than the first in every aspect from the plot, the creepiness, natural feeling characters, excellent animations, emotional dialogue and voices, and the unexpected twists that occur and a jump map included this time. The evidence board is used again to keep track of and sort out the clues creating questions and providing answers to reach and solve the final puzzle and save the family. There are many more clues and questions to be answered this time around so you become involved and feel as if you are part of the story. There are a few "gotcha" moments sprinkled in the game that some will react to but they do add drama to the story. The characters, their voices and mannerisms are well done giving them believability and depth that makes the game more fun and interesting, especially the prisoner and the ticket lady. It is not necessary to have played The Ghosts of Maple Creek, but it does help you understand some of the references made during the game, especially toward the end when you find out who the mysterious prisoner is and how he and Whitmarsh are connected. Atmosphere and mood and the feel of being among giant redwoods were provided by sharp, beautifully rendered and colorful graphics with just the right shades and lighting. The cutscenes were enhanced and made seemless by the smooth animations moving from static scenes to action that much more enjoyable. Music complements and enhances the mysteriousness of the game being pleasant to listen to and were not repetitive loops. It is clear that a lot of time went into crafting the scenes and all that went into presenting the story. There are not a lot of hidden object scenes or minigames in this one as it relys mostly on inventory item searches and puzzles but the hidden object scenes that are there work towards a final goal instead of just finding objects on a list. An example is in the first goal of the game where finding something to gain the little girl's trust involves working through a hidden object scene to find and repair her teddy bear using various objects in the scene to solve various little puzzles within the scene to obtain those objects needed to complete the task and then actually repairing the bear. It gave purpose to having the hidden object scene. There is an option to switch to a matching game if you really hate hidden object scenes. Minigames were fairly easy with some presented in a different fashion than the norm making them more interesting. I have not played a game that held my interest to the final scene in some time but this one did an excellent job in doing that with enough surprises and questions to keep me wanting more. The ending sets it up for a sequel that I will be looking forward to and since it has been two years since this one was released, I hope one comes out soon.
Date published: 2015-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game One if the best games i played on Big Fish Games. Wish there were more games like this. May download it again and play. Great graphs and sound Also a fairly long game to enjoy.
Date published: 2015-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic game! I played the SE version on expert, took me over 5 hours to complete. You get an interactive map, a journal and an evidence board for collecting clues about your investigation. I bought this game together with the first Enigmatis game because I had played the demos of both and thought they looked interesting. Then I played the first one and it was terrible. The only thing I liked about it was the evidence board. So, I wasn't really looking forward to playing this one, but am I glad that I did! They improved just about everything and they kept the evidence board, which continues to be my favourite part. You are a detective who stumbles over a seemingly abandoned trailer on the middle of the road. In it, you find a child who tells you that a monster took her parents. So, you start investigating. During your investigation you collect clues. These are added to your evidence board. You are then tasked with organising these clues to groups to answer specific questions. If you have found enough clues for a question and grouped them correctly, a deduction is made which may lead to new questions. I liked everything about this. It makes you really think about "your case" and allows for a really complex story to be told. And the story is fantastic! The game has a nice level of challenge. Minigames and HOGs range from easy to difficult. An unusual feature is that you could remove items from the list of some HOGs by playing a matching game. If you like me don't want to use hints but just can't find this last item then you'll appreciate this feature, too! There is almost no running around required and while you obviously have to open doors or containers sometimes you for the most part actually have to think about how to accomplish that, not just find a fitting key or ornament. I don't have a single criticism about this game, I can't even complain that it is too short because it is longer than average. If you prefer a bit of a challenge in a game, this is the one for you!
Date published: 2015-06-02
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