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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

You're off to America! Reports of a supernatural creature terrorizing the town of Avondel have brought you across the pond. This won’t be an easy task as you race against the clock to uncover the dark secrets behind a fiery crash from the 1980's. Do you have what it takes to stop the dead from destroying the living? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“Playing the new Mystery Case Files is one of my favorite after Thanksgiving traditions and this one doesn’t disappoint. Avondel is a unique setting for a MCF game and I can’t wait to see where the story goes from here.”  - Roger, Beta Tester

“What a great addition to the MCF series. The graphics are top-notch, the puzzles are fun. Looking forward to the full release.”  - James, Beta Tester


  • Find collectibles to learn about the Revenant’s history!
  • Enjoy wallpapers, music, and other extras!
  • Never get lost with the Strategy Guide!
  • Save your daughter from a new revenant in the bonus chapter!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 637 MB

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Mystery Case Files: The Revenant's Hunt Collector's Edition is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 118.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i'm afraid to write a title (must be the Revenant's curse) Well, third times a charm, and I couldn't be more confused Avondel is a small urban town in Vermont, so small you'd barely see it on a map, but Avondel has a very big problem! A supernatural problem! All those childhood urban legends about the Revenant's Hunt are true, and now the dead are returning to terrorize the living, but why? (just the right amount of detail, not too much, not too little, just right lol) It's fall, and the leaves in Vermont are falling. Since this game is all about childhood legends returning when you least expect it, MCF has given us some good childhood memories to apply, when we least expect it, kicking piles of leaves of course! Throughout this Collector's Edition, you get to kick 10 different piles of leaves, as you search for 16 Morphing Objects (which is a feature I DO expect from MCF, but is surprising considering Eipic rarely offers Morps outside of the HOP's. There are 2 small icons underneath the inventory bar, to help you leep track of the CE bling. There are also 9 collectible Lore Cards that are stored neatly in your file box for easy reference, with various fun facts about the history of how the Reverant's Hunt came to fruition. (oops, did I say the word history?) The Hidden Object Scenes are varied with different types such as Interactive List finds, Keywords, and Interactive Progressive Silhouetted Shape finds, Some of the scenes are repeated in the same location, which is a feature I really don't like, however, most of the HOP's have a hidden piece of Alvin's Letter, to collect and eventually read in it's entirity within your journal. The Mini Games are really good, but aren't really what we've come to expect from previous MCF games. The puzzles are much easier to solve, even the Super Puzzles, have become, not so super. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Make all dials point to the circled numbers. Select the valve you want to move to, then select the lever to choose which way to move those dials. 2) Move the colored squares to match the colors on Malcolm's watch by selecting and dragging squares to move them. Matching colored squares connect when placed next to each other. 3) Recreate the flag by swapping flag sections. 4) Select the tiles according to the clue on the emergency light. 5) Insert the coin into the slot, then select the same objects that are shown briefly, within the allotted time frame. 6) Place the coin and then select and drag items shown in the correct order as shown. 7) Use the phone dial to enter the correct number you discovered in step #6, and repeate the same process over 3 times. 8) Memorize the pattern on the tuner then select the guitar's parts in the same order shown. 9) shoot down the spaceships by selecting the red button when the spaceships cross over the target. 10) Create a mirror image on the right side of the screen by selecting the colored button you want to use and a screen tile to color it in. MYSTERY CASE FILES GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Huntsville SE only (November 14-2005) 3.7 2-Prime Suspects SE only (April 6-2006) 3.8 3-Ravenhearst SE only (December 15-2006) 3.6 4-Madame Fate SE only (November 7, 2007) 3.9 5-Return To Ravenhearst SE only (November 26-2008) 4.2 6-Dire Grove (November 25-2009) 4.7 7-13th Skull (November 25-2010) 4.4 8-Escape From Ravenhearst (November 23-2011) 3.6 9-Shadow Lake (November 20-2012) 2.6 10-Fate's Carnival (November 26-2013) 4.4 11-Dire Grove, Sacred Grove (November 25-2014) 3.6 12-Key To Ravenhearst (October 27-2015) 3.6 13-Ravenhearst Unlocked (November 24-2015) 3.5 14-Broken Hour (November 22-2016) 3.5 15-The Black Veil (March 23-2017) 3.0 16-The Revenant's Hunt (November 21-2017) n/a This Collector's Edition has 9 Movie Videos, 8 Wallpapers, Artwork, Case Report Files, Pieces of Alvin's Letter in the HOP's, 9 Music Videos, 14 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 14 re-playable Mini Games, 20 Achievements to earn, 9 Collectible Lore Cards, 16 Morphing Objects, 10 Piles of Leaves to kick, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy the Hunt!
Date published: 2017-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "My inner detective thinks I should just do what the screen tells me." Based on the completed game: That was the response I got when I clicked on something early on in this game, & I have to admit, it tickled me. For those of us who enjoy this dev's sense of humor, this game is chock-full of it, & for me, as always, it added another layer of fun to a game I enjoyed immensely. I play all kinds of HOPA games, but the reason I play any at all is that I'm hoping to have a few hours fun, & in playing this game, I felt I got my full money's worth. In terms of the story, the characters are cliché, but w/ obvious intention. About half or so of the HOPs consist of only slightly interactive lists, but for each one of those, there's one that's equally imaginative. The mini-games, in my opinion, do an excellent job of covering the spectrum in terms of both variety & degree of difficulty. The graphics are so good in some places, I revisited some areas I didn't need to, just to look at them again in case they became closed off, & there's one HOP in particular that I actually just sat looking at for a minute before finishing it up (I'm not going to spoil it by saying why, but if you play the game, I think you'll be able to guess which one). Along w/ more standard collectibles & morphs, we have piles of leaves to look for & kick. O.O One way & another, this game was just so much fun to play for me, that I haven't even gotten to the bonus chapter yet, because I chose to play the main game over again, instead. With all that said, it should come as no surprise that I highly recommend doing the demo, & seeing what you think. ;) Happy gaming, all. :)
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not really MCF material but great HOPA in its own right Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure. Map - the map will always be a deal breaker for me - whilst this one doesn't show you if you have missed a collectible or morphing object, that isn't needed here and it simply shows you where you have something to do. Extras - Indicators at the bottom of the screen show you if you need to be looking for a morphing object and/or a collectible. I like this (as it's not shown on the map) because it saves me having to sit staring at the screen wondering if there's something there for me to find. Voiceovers are great. Can't fault them. HO - could have had a bit more thought put into them. Quite boring with very little, if none in some, interaction. There is a collectible to find in some of the HO's but only if you haven't played that particular scene before. If you have, then you get a big red tick in the bottom left corner to indicate you've already found the collectible. Again, I like that there's an indicator because it saves me staring at the screen for ages looking for something that may not be there. MCF puzzles - these are well known and well liked for being extra hard but so far they are not quite as puzzling as in the past but that is only in the demo and I'm hoping they get a bit harder as I play the game. Graphics/colours - pleasing on the eye in my opinion, not gaudy like Parables or dull like sci-fi games. My personal opinion - it's a buy for me but I'm treating it as any other HOPA I may demo and not simply as an MCF because personally as a HOPA I think it's great, as an MCF it's a bit disappointing.
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two Words Absolutely Excellent!!! This series is by far one of my favorites and this one is a shining addition to MCF. The story line is one I actually cared to follow to the end and the game play was thought provoking and smooth. Keep up the good work Eipix this is one series that needs no adjusting.
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A SOAPY GAME OUT FOR REVENGE AGAINST THE NAYSAYERS REVIEW BASED ON THE ENTIRE GAME: Time: 3 Hours 30 Minutes Main Game 6 Chapters plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy guide: 37 Pages Happy MCF Day! For many of us, this is an annual event. It is a bloody red-letter day signaling the end of the creepy avalanche of fall games and beginning of the holiday season with its sugary delights. The Tuesday before Thanksgiving is a day on our calendar marked with a BIG RED X – to mark the advent of another mystery to solve with help from Her Majesty’s oh-so-secret detectives. In this case, Detective, Her Majesty is sending you to Vermont to investigate murders in a which may be supernatural in nature. Small town American life is hiding behind the scenes of this game. There is a serial killer, the Revenant behind these murders. Revenge has brought forth the Revenant, but why? And who is this supernatural killer? Get ready as well for another American tradition – soap operas! This soapy little game will keep you in suspense until the end. Okay, now you are on your own as to the story. Can’t and won’t give you any more info. Half the fun of playing an MCF game is rambling through the scenes searching for clues to ferret out what is happening. HOW DOES IT STACK UP? For me this is not the best game in the series, but not the worst either. However, it is better than I expected after playing the beta months ago. After the demo, the game kicks into gear with better puzzles and a story which has some twists and turns as it goes along. And yes, the Soaps have invaded MCF. This game reminded me of “Days of our Lives” sprinkled with a dash of horror. The graphics are realistic and well-portray small-town America. Snoopy Marge Hale is indicative of every small-town gossip. The puzzles get much better after the demo. (See the samples from the game). The only disappointment for me were the HOP scenes. I do believe, there should have been more pizzazz added to the HOP scenes within this game. You collect piles of leaves and lore cards in the main game. Then you search for fragmented letters in the bonus chapter. There are morphing objects and you can replay some of the puzzles and HOP scenes. However, I do not understand why EIPIX would provide so many of the standard lists of items scenes for replay BONUS CHAPTER: You deserve a break today – so why not get away to Maya’s Roadside Hotel. The bonus chapter has nothing to do with the main story. I did not play the entire chapter, but it is promising and appears as good as the main game. In this game spend a little dad and daughter time together! HOP SCENES: Boring! Sorry to use this word – would you prefer redundant? There are fifteen (15) in the main game. There are not many within the entire game. The HOP scenes are disappointing. This is the only part of the game I disliked. Most of the puzzles in the main game are lists of items. I got tired of searching for items. The good thing is that there are not many of them. The bad thing is that they are standard- without any interactivity. There were a few silhouette ones. There is also a multiple-step one as well. PUZZLES: EIPIX put their goodies in the puzzles. There are twenty-six puzzles (26) in the main game. There is quite a variety as well. In my opinion, they are not as masterfully crafted as in other games; however, they vary in variety and difficulty. EIPIX did put some easier ones in this game. And a BIG THANK YOU to EIPIX for providing easy to follow directions on the puzzles. Good job, dev! HURRAH FOR THE RED, WHITE, AND RUBE-GOLDBERG! Let us salute EIPIX for the inclusion of four (4) Rube Goldberg puzzles. They are easier than in other games from this series. They are well-crafted and are easy to maneuver. Here are a few samples of what you can expect after the demo: A. Stuck in 5th gear. Simon Says rev up that engine! Using a stick shift, shift the gear into position according to directions given. Easy B. Mathematical puzzle. Expecting? Yes, a baby doll in this puzzle. Change the numbers on three markers so that their total equals those on the two eyes of a baby doll. C. Pinball Wizard! Geometry rocks! Direct a ball through a pinball machine using the side clickers to set the angles for the ball to reach the exit. The object – remove the ball from the machine in a slot at the upper right of the diagram. D. Dance the night away. Just Dance by following the dance steps without missing a beat! E. Going in Circles: Maze puzzle. Set up a path for a red pin to go through from one end to the other to unlock a lock. You must move a circular wheel in the middle to establish the paths. LEVELS: Casual, Medium, Hard, Custom Hints: 10 to 120 seconds Skips: 10 to 400 seconds EXTRAS: Map is given to you at the beginning of the game. Timer available You are timed 20 Achievements Collect 10 piles of leaves. There is a bar to indicate if there is this type of item within a scene. Collect 9 Lore Cards and 5 Fragmented Letters 16 Morphing objects Replay 15 HOP Scenes and 10 Puzzles 8 Wallpapers, Music, Videos
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptionally well done! Please, I want some more potatoes and trying new cooking methods as roasting them in a shabby neon sign! I love light switches doing nothing, wrestlers, helping a sailor with flags, chestnuts shovelled up with slippers, hungry birds handling worms, grappling chickens. More so a labyrinth with blood? ink? that looks like a tricky puzzle, but turns out to be none. To my enjoyment I encountered a service bell in the shape of a snail, a selfie stick used sensibly for once. I even enjoyed being attacked by a folk tale. I don’t mind trying every item in the inventory, I’ve got time. At least I can give all of them them a shot. Big compliments for the cut scenes. The opening scene with Malcom’s hand touching the wheats, the scene when the revenant appears in the Trophy Room - exceptional. Such a great game! Well done!
Date published: 2017-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Get the popcorn and pop!! An absolute Triumph for Eipix and wonderful addition to MCF. From the beginning you feel like you are at the movies watching about a murder and cast of characters that would be in any small town. The mini games and hops although same concept as other games are refreshing and fun to play.
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wow....... this is a very good game........i was not going to play this one, because of EIPIX...seems like everything they touch has been ruined, however, this game was great. i will let other reviewers go into too much detail, safe to say......play this one, it is a keeper......
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another MCF Winner!! Review based on demo: I love this game, so far! The puzzles are challenging, for the most part, but not too hard (I did skip one, out of frustration). The HOS scenes (there are only 3 in the demo...one of which is a "repeat") are good...some objects take a bit of searching to find, and isn't that the point? The story line is entertaining, so far. I will admit I am not playing the game for the story, I play for the HOS and the puzzles, so the story is a bonus, if it's good. I am a bit disappointed in the collectibles in this episode. The morphing objects are pretty easy to spot, and the piles of leaves just seem ridiculous. I am trying not to use the indicator at the bottom...to make the collectibles more of a challenge. This being said, I still think it's a great game based on the puzzles, HOS, and just the general "feel" of the game. MCF are my favorite games...they always deliver, IMHO! As always, try the demo for yourself!!
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small Town Big Secrets So the Master Detective goes all the way to Vermont and does not get any pancakes with maple syrup? Instead she finds multiple deaths and a legend of supernatural origins -- a legend that ends all up in her business. Eipix pulls out their magic palette to create brushstrokes of beauty that belie the dangers of Avondel. First rate puzzles and HOP scenes. The only negative comment is on the length of the game. It seemed somehow shorter than previous entries in the second-to-none MCF franchise. Still, I'll take a "consolidated" MCF over any other game of greater length. The first, the best, and always anxiously awaited. Now, what about the 17th installment? After pancakes, of course!
Date published: 2017-11-22
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