Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek Collector's Edition

Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek Collector's Edition

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Find a kidnapped teenage girl and save yourself in Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek, a fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! After waking up in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere, you must piece together your memories and figure out why you ended up in Maple Creek. Discover the ancient evil that lurks in the seemingly peaceful lands of Vermont and learn the truth in this thrilling detective story!

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:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Movie gallery
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
  • Replayable Hidden Object Scenes

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1032 MB

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Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek Collector's Edition is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 78.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Developers take note ! This is an older game (2012) but it is a good one. So much has been said about this game, I won't get into the plot or any of that. Yes, there are more HOS than the newer games have. This particular game has less mini games which doesn't bother me at all. What it does have is a real story. A creepy one too. Game play will make you think. This is part of a trilogy, and although I have owned the other 2, I haven't played them yet. I'll be doing that soon. If you're simply tired, as I am, of the new senseless releases we've been seeing, give this one a go. It starts a little slow but it's great. You will get a map with objectives, but it's not transportable and that's ok. No misclick penalties either. Winner !!!
Date published: 2021-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! This game has: creepy settings, realistic characters that you get to interact with, clues that you have to organize in order to solve the mystery and even a few jump scares. One of the best HOPA game I've ever played!
Date published: 2020-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replayed this golden oldie in 2020, this should be the standard! I know that this game is very, very old by computer game standards. I know that the graphics are now low-resolution, and the lack of the now-standard feature of clicking on a location on the map to transport there can be tedious at best. But my God, the game play is unmatched by more recent, shiny releases. The HOPs use the entirety of the screen, so even the edges are worth examining. The investigation board is fun and some mini puzzles require using information found on that board to solve, unlike many games where the journals/investigative notes are just useless. And most of all, the STORY. The story is slowly pieced together by your character through flashbacks and investigative notes on the board, and is beyond well done - there are no 'leaps of logic' that recent games like to pass off as story progression. Every bit of information revealed is relevant, and the story makes structural sense as it's played out for the viewer/character. Many games try to do this but I find that often they leave out narrative bits that connect otherwise disjointed scenes; this game doesn't leave out *anything*. Yes, the lack of being able to jump to a location on the map is annoying. But TBH this game makes up for that with its sheer artistry of story pacing, something that is sorely lacking in most HOP games nowadays. The graphics are not as crisp today as they were a decade ago, but if you're looking for a game that excels, try this one out. I almost never leave reviews but this game was so good I had to tell anyone that might be looking at this in 2020 and beyond - play this game. Revel in the immersive story.
Date published: 2020-02-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The first adventure in a trilogy Review based on completed game: 5.5 hours (plus 1 hour for the bonus chapter); no skipping, no hints, and I did NOT use the strategy guide. ENIGMATIS - THE GHOSTS OF MAPLE CREEK is, in my book, one of the best HOPAs from 2011... and stands the test of time. The graphics are fantastic and the colors realistic of the environments you're in: no purples or pinks. The music adds to the somewhat creepy and suspenseful atmosphere. I'm thankful for the map as there are a lot of locations to revisit and I get lost easily; too bad it's not a jumpmap! The HO scenes are clear, contain a lot of things, with objects very identifiable but cleverly hidden in plain sight: nothing is buried or obstructed, but you can't simply visually skim the scene: you need to look carefully. Some of the minigames are quite creative and range from easy to medium difficulty. The rescue storyline is fairly typical, but the game introduces the use of an evidence board to help in telling the story; I thought the voice acting was very good. The bonus chapter is a prequel and gives background to how the main story begins. Some locations are familiar while others are new. I played the game using Windows 10 without any problem.
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review Of Completed Game... A Classic! So I just finished playing this game for the second time. I rarely replay games so you know this one has to be a favorite of mine. This time around however I played the collector's edition so I got to see the bonus game. I have to say that the bonus game was really short and although it explained the past to you, it really wasn't very riveting. I understood the past enough through the main game so the recap wasn't necessary. However, I played this game again to remember the story-line because this series is a trilogy and the final installment was released a few months ago and since I love this series, I thought a little refresher was in order to play the last game. Mists of Ravenwood is up next. But I digress. Let's keep in mind that this game is from 2011, therefore the extras we see in many games are sorely lacking in this one but all is forgiven since it was made ages ago. So what's missing you may ask? There is a map but it is NOT transportable. However, the layout of this game is easy to remember and so even though there was a lot of back and forth, I didn't find it to be treacherous like in some other games. The hint button helps steer you the right way as well. The game only has 2 modes of difficulty. Easy & Hard. Even though sparkles are removed from the whole screen on hard, you still get them on hidden object scenes. The hidden object scenes in the beginning have a few interactive bits but as the game progresses, that bit goes away and there are only straight lists. Each scene is visited 2-3 times but I was never asked to find the same item twice. Not only that, the items are actually hidden so even though I would usually find this overkill, I actually liked the scenes since it was a true hunt to find the items. The inventory bar does not lock (my pet peeve...oh well) and you can't get rid of black bar tips although its mainly just your avatar talking about her findings so its not really a step by step guide. There are also no collectibles, morphs or achievements but I have to say I kind of liked the fact it was bare. I had more time to follow the story without having to look for random dolphins or swirls. I could also use the hint in the hidden object scene without fear I'd lose the achievement for no hints used all game. My favorite part of this game is the journal. Let's be honest here. I rarely use the notebook in games. I may go see a code that was written down but usually I find them quite boring to go re-read everything that was in movie form. BUT this game takes the journal aspect and makes it completely awesome. In your hotel room, you have an evidence board. You find various notes, pictures and clues and put them on the board in order to solve the crime. You use a mapping technique to figure out how who the suspects are, where the crime happened etc. Whenever your avatar lady figures something out, the journal pops up and its like you are writing yourself. There is a pen writing noise and while she writes it out, she reads it aloud. You are given insight into where the case is going. I remember when this game first came out, I thought this was the most genius approach ever! Strangely not many developers copied it like they copy everything else. But this feature is what gives the game depth because its a brand new element and its very well done. I loved actually solving the crime. It feels like a detective cop show with the evidence board. Kudos to the developers for such a winning idea. The puzzles in this game were a bit tricky but doable. Some were easy but others required some thought. There was a typewriter one I couldn't figure out. Blonde moment maybe? I liked the tricky puzzles because the games now have such easy puzzles its insulting. There are also creative puzzles in this game. I never had to do a pipe puzzle for instance. I also never had to open any zippers with a paperclip. I never had to search for a butterfly. I like the creativity put into this game. I wish more games had creativity like this. This game also has an awesome soundtrack. It made the game eerie, spooky and set the stage perfectly for a dreary town with an evil entity. The way this game starts is unique and I liked having her flashback to what she remembers the more she searches "I remember now...". There are many twists and turns in this game along with lots of hidden areas to explore. The plot is great and keeps going into the other games in this series hence why I needed a refresher. Its also a long game. Even though I already played this game in 2011, it still took me about 6+ hours to play it. The bonus game only adds about 25 minutes but the main game is a gem that is still fantastic even 5 years later. I can honestly say that this game ranks in my top 10 favorite hidden object games ever. It blew me away then and still tickles my fancy now. This developer always amazes me with their creative new takes on a now old genre. I can't wait to wrap up the trilogy and find out what happens. I can say the 2nd one in this series, Mists Of Ravenwood was just as riveting and I enjoyed it very much. I definitely recommend not only this game but the series. Its so rare that sequels live up to the standards of the first game and this is one of them. This developer also did Nightmares From The Deep series which I completely recommend as well. Loved playing this game again. Cheers developers! You are one of my all time favorites!!
Date published: 2016-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from oldie but a goodie I bought the other ENIGMATIS games and read the reviews that this one was the best.so I bought this one.Very pleased I did,the reviewers were not wrong,this is a good game.it seems you have to buy older games nowadays!
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Possibly the best HOG I ever played Excellent movie like story. The best HOGs are the ones with the best story. Very creepy, very Silence of the Lambs-esque. The graphics look like brush painted and aren't the most detailed I have ever seen but do a good job of creating the creepy atmosphere and ambiance. Good music too. Great job from Artifex Mundi.
Date published: 2015-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have only one regret This franchise is the reason that I've fallen in love with Point and Click adventures. My only regret is that I found out that this title comes before Mists of Ravenwood after playing Mists first.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Phenomenal! Artifex Mundi develops some of the best HOGs and I absolutely loved playing this one.
Date published: 2014-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Creepy is fun I don't know why this game is not in the Top List. It's very very worth the money especially the CE. Wonderful storyline, easy to find HOG, just enough spookiness and down right AWESOME fun.
Date published: 2014-04-21
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