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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next terrifying case of the classic series Mystery Case Files!

Lady Eleanor Codington, prominent friend of the Queen herself, has disappeared while renovating her family’s legendary estate. Explore the crumbling grounds of world-famous children’s author Gloria Codington for clues. A towering black mirror may reveal a secret, but gazing into its depths may bring more than just a few years of bad luck. Can you find Eleanor and escape the manor alive? Find out in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Help Gordon seek and uncover the shocking truth of his ancestry! Restore the cursed mirror and seal Shade in it once again!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games - and earn achievements!
  • Search for tons of magical mirror shards and morphing items!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, screensavers, music, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 633 MB

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Mystery Case Files: The Countess Collector's Edition is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 78.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Time No Play MCF! It's been a good couple of years since I've played a Mystery Case Files game! The last one I played was Dire Grove and man was that a good game, but this game beats it by MILES. Just from the demo, it had insanely hard puzzles that even I was just like "wtf?". The voice acting is superb, and the atmosphere is AMAZING. But then again, this is an MCF game, so I should've expected that! Definitely will be buying the full version once Christmas rolls around!
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great game I have just finished full game and i really enjoyed it. The puzzles were challenging and fun and i like the puzzles best.All in all a good game i wasnt disappointed
Date published: 2018-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love MCF! I love the MCF games! I look forward to the new ones and love to go back and play the ones I've completed. The Countess was fantastic! I had a lot of fun and was bummed to see it end. The recent MCF games, including The Countess, seemed a little shorter than the original games. I wish these games were longer because they're such a nice break from reality... (hint, hint)... Loved it. Well done!
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Where are these negative reviews coming from? I don't do many reviews any more, but wow. This was the best MCF for a LONG time in my opinion and I'm shocked that it's being panned. I actually had stopped buying MCF titles when the stories about the Dalimars got weirder and weirder, as well as sillier and sillier. I hope that the Countess is the beginning of a new story-line, since it also features a creepy house with lots of puzzles, and a villainess that could easily be back. There are tons of puzzles in this game. None of them are as tough as the original MCF's, but they are not as blatantly stock as many games. The one small problem I had with the game was that hidden object scenes were not as inventive as they are in many games today. However, I don't play "hidden object games" for the hidden object scenes. I play them for the story-line and puzzles. The story-line was was at least internally consistent and not as gross as some of the MCF's have been, and the puzzles were quite good. And one of the best features was that you could go back and find any of the collectibles or morphs after the game and bonus chapter were done. If you just want to play through the story without worrying about collectibles or morphs, you can wait until you are completely done, then do them as an "endgame" activity. I've played a few games that are doing this recently, and I give this feature a big thumbs up! Overall, I hope there are more MCF's in the future that are like this game.
Date published: 2018-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from brilliant puzzles Thanksgiving and another MCF... this one has a rubbish storyline and I could not understand any of it - but the puzzles were fantastic and I really enjoyed playing the game. The movements of the people were like cardboard cutouts - not good - voices good - music good too. Graphics (apart from people) were good and the locations excellent. I really enjoyed this MCF.
Date published: 2018-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from puzzles, puzzles puzzles! YAY! i can understand all the reviews complaining about the volume of puzzles in this game. especially if they were counting on a run of the mill HO game. this is not the kind of game that the hard core HO fans will enjoy. but for me, it was right down my alley! it is so hard to find a decent game with so many puzzles as this one. a welcome relief and i wish there were more of them. the puzzles are awesome, if sometimes a bit difficult. (there is always the guide or the skip button, after all). i loved them all, even it they were sometimes beyond me. i found the graphics/game play/pace and plot to be excellent. never a dull moment with lots to do. i highly recommend this game for all puzzle lovers. prepare to be stumped once in a while.
Date published: 2018-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Mirror Cracked ... Had a fabulous time playing this game. Unfortunately all things come to an end. I played for hours and enjoyed every minute of it! Even mini-games which I usually skip. I'm no fan of repeating sequences, but here it was eye rolling fun. Great atmosphere, a good story, interesting characters, creepy scenes. I hesitated going through the corridor towards the Woman in Black, loved the shudder it gave me. More games like this, please! Wholeheartedly recommended!
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb! Finished main game, Bonus Chapter and Extras. From the intro to the credits, from story to graphics, from HO’s to mini-games, an absolute treat! As as much as I wanted to prolong playing this game, I soon reached a moment where I couldn’t stop. I had to be torn away from the computer to do at least some of the minor Real Life matters as cooking a meal. Tradition on MCF release days: Broccoli. Ok, this is a review site, but the recipe for „The Countess“ was stunning and I enjoyed this feast of a game tremendously. I loved loved loved the details, as the gull flying off when the stone head falls off Codington Bridge, the, sorry, SPOILER!!! pig head morph in the Mansion Yard, the preinstalled 999 code on the padlock, the steaming sock in a HOs, tributes to former MCF games. Creepy story fine, with a humorous approach even better. Whether intended or not. The sentence „This record is scratched“ sent me to the floor. Those who are familiar with Monty Python know why. Gameplay is top notch, I appreciate the clear indication if you have found morphs and collectibles in a scene. The Bonus Chapter was carefully composed. The main game ends satisfactorily, the story of the BC complements it. For me the rhythm of the game was perfect, adventure, HO’s and the brilliant super puzzles. All accentuated by the music, a subtle variation of MCF tunes. I’m listening to the sound track right now. The game made me forget everything around me, took me back to former stages in my life when I played the piano the way you had to do in one of the mini-games, sent cold shivers down my spine, made made me feel sad and made me laugh. Everything cooked to the point, well seasoned, no wish left opened. Five stars and Five Toques!
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another very nice MCF title Based on the full game. At long last, it is time for a new MCF title (I've been enjoying them since literally Day One) and it goes back to the usual formula after the nostalgic restrospective HO-only game that was Rewind. Like most of the latest games in the franchise is a brand new adventure without ties to the Ranveahearst story, which is nice because it brings something new to the table. And I must say, the story is waaaaay better than before - The Black Veil was very confusing and the Revenants Hunt was downright atrocious, while this one is interesting, well thought out and easy to comprehend. The gameplay is very balanced, the puzzles are not too easy but not too hard or obsucre either, thre are a dozen of HOP scattered around and no action seems too "out-of-the-box'. I really enjoyed my playthrough of it. Graphic-wise, the game looks very nice except for some bonus games ones which look a litle too rushed (especially with the lighting). However, the only big sour spot this game has is it's music direction. First, most tracks are reused from Key to Ravenhearst and The Black Veil, which is forgiveable but a little disappointing (although they all are really good), but mostly, after the demo portion, there is no overworld music at all! The music still plays during puzzles and HO scenes, but the utter absence of music the rest of the time feels lazy... Overall, it is a game I really enjoyed, and one of the best Eipix-made MCF titles with Broken Hour. It's not perfect but still has a nice, captivating story and good puzzle. Hopefully they will keep this kind of storyline instead of dipping in the same waters than The Revenant's Hunt.
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reflections of Evil Mirrors show us good and bad. Good like in Alice through the Looking Glass. Bad like in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The mirror in The Countess is pure evil. Once again the Master Detective is on the case, not only investigating her friend's disappearance, but the secrets of Eleanor's family ancestral home. Eipix provides a delightful array of puzzles and hidden object scenes. So put on your detective coat and hat and join the hunt through Coddington Manor. Mystery Case Files is back with yet another great adventure.
Date published: 2018-11-21
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