Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood Collector's Edition

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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...

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:

  • 36 achievements to unlock
  • Music tracks, wallpapers and concept art
  • 30 collectibles butterflies to find
  • Witness the origins in the bonus game

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 862 MB

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Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood Collector's Edition is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 166.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A LOT creepier than the first one! I loved the first Enigmatis, even though it made me jump quite a bit, so I bought the two sequels in collector's editions. I recently binged on all three for three nights in a row, because I'd never gotten around to playing the second and third. I won't rehash the plots in my review, since everyone does. The second game is a lot darker than the first. The first was creepy but the second is like being trapped in a horror movie. I am not normally a fan of scary things but I really love these games, because they're so intelligent. The stories are engaging and there are no twists that don't make sense. The mythology of the game world is an intriguing blend of Christianity and original ideas. The voice acting is terrific and the characters are likable... even when they shouldn't be. I enjoyed the addition of achievements this time around, and the collector's edition has a neat little bonus called the "Redwood Encyclopedia," which gives real world facts about the redwood trees. I found that fun to read. All in all, an excellent middle part to a fascinating game trilogy!
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game, if not for the collection butterflies The storyline is not as good as the first game in this series - Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek. But it is good. Adding the raven was a great touch and eerie too. But I found the collection of the butterflies a little frustrating. One of them is in an HOP and I missed it so I couldn't get back and search for it. Other than that, it is wonderful and enjoyable. The greatest shock will be met by the players (though it will be a little predictable) when they nearly reach the end of the game.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Story that Pulls you in During First 2 Minutes of Playing!!! I played the previous game when it came out in 2011 and remembered loving it. I bought this sequel a year ago but I have not had time to play it. What a mistake!! This is one of the best games out there. It actually has a storyline that I was interested in following! The little girl is great as are the rest of the characters in the story!! The jump map was very helpful. The graphics are stupendous! The whole place seemed like it must really exist somewhere! The music and sound effects are awesome! (I usually have to turn down the music because it gets annoying too quickly) The H.O.S. were interesting. The mini-games were challenging enough to make them interesting. I think I had to skip 2 of them but that's ok. The storyline was extremely well-written. With twists you were not expecting and adding new people to talk to along the way. I really enjoyed talking to the prisoner down in the tunnels--that was a nice touch. As was the return of the Suspect board where all the evidence goes while you try to solve the mystery of what is going on. Fantastic game that I highly recommend, along with over 100 other reviewers who know what they are talking about! The bonus chapter alludes to another sequel in this series. I hope that is still in the making.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Game!! Although I do like this game, I absolutely LOVED the first edition in this series. It was so unique and refreshing. That being said, this edition is still unique and quite well done. It really keeps you on your toes. It has lots of locations to discover, 3 kinds of hidden object scenes that you can do matching with if you don't want to do them and many many puzzles that are unique but also doable. I was able to complete this game in about 7+ hours which is a whole lot of play time. The Collector's Edition does wrap everything up rather nicely although it does make way for another chapter and you'll see why. I felt that if bought as a standard edition, I would have been satisfied but the bonuses this game gives are very, very worthy of buying the CE. There are 30 morphing Illusion type items to find and also 30 ethereal butterflies which are pretty hard to find considering they all are small and white. However, since they do move their wings, thats how I spotted most of them. There were achievements for all the usual things like not using hints the whole game and for getting to key parts in the story etc. I was able to get all the achievements and find all the collectibles. It gave this game some extra punch for sure. I really enjoyed the hidden object scenes as they were silhouette (pick something up and use it to get another item), fragmented (all fragments make an item but also interactive to get certain parts) and list (very interactive, find the object). The puzzles were quite entertaining and I believe there were 18 of them. Most hidden object scenes that were list, I hit twice. I do not remember doing the other types of them more than once. Lots of locations. In the extras, you get a book about the different types of redwood trees. Since I live in Northern California, I wasn't thrown off my chair with excitement as I see redwoods everyday but my friends from other states/countries say its one of the most awesome things about northern california. The trees are super big and I will say that if I didn't live here, I would probably be really impressed as when I was a kid, they did amaze me at the sheer beauty, tallness and the camp like, canopy area they create. Also, if you are NOT into demonic story lines then this is NOT the game for you. I remember the first one being somewhat demonic but this one takes it to a whole new level. The only thing I really felt was lacking in this game was the bonus chapter. It was short, had nothing really to do with the game except tell what memories they had from what happened. I didn't really care though and it didn't have any new scenes unless you count what the place looked like 30 years ago in the 70s which didn't seem to be much different except for the flower power and the 70s outfits. The best part of this game is the story telling and the person you are talking to. It was a huge twist for me and I really liked it in that sense. If you play a mode where you have misclicks in the hidden object scenes, beware! as the first time I made it do it, it scared the bejesus out of me! haha I don't scare easily either. Maybe I just wasn't expecting it. Overall, a great game, worthy of game of the year. There is just something about that evidence board concept that I LOVE dearly. I can't wait for the next one! Clearly, I recommend! Collectors or Standard, you won't be disappointed!
Date published: 2013-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rivals the best MCF games for "best of all time." I rarely write reviews, but I loved this game enough to make an exception. I cannot recommend it any more highly. 1) Play the first game (Enigmatis/Maple Creek) first. This builds directly off of it. 2) I didn't skip a single puzzle; they weren't too easy or too tough. Most could be brute-forced if you don't want to think your way through it. 3) There's an alternate memory-style game if you don't want to do normal hidden-object scenes. This is much appreciated. 4) There are some non-optional HO scenes, but they are amazingly well-done where you are putting together the pieces of something in order to get a usable object. 5) The plot of this is engrossing. One cares what happens to the avatar/detective character, and while I saw the ending coming, it didn't deter my enjoyment. There were two things that bumped this into the highest tier for me. First, I love a HO scene that makes sense and isn't just digging through random lists of objects, finding the "necessary" object halfway through, and then having to complete the list for no apparent plot reason. Playing the memory game didn't make much narrative sense but at least went faster and was novel. But the HO scenes where you are piecing together an item using a chain of items--that plays perfectly with the story. It's believable that the detective would need to do it. The second was a simple but well-written point. How often do you use a crowbar or other useful item in one of these games, and then you "discard" it after one use? Please. Nobody would do that. This character would often hold on to something even after using it. At one point in the story, she loses some of the items--but for a believable, out-of-her-control reason. This game is *tight*. It's not just well-programmed and well-acted. It's *well-written*, and that is way too rare in this genre.
Date published: 2013-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The complete package. There really isn't a lot to say about this game except buy it...I did. It really has everything: A spectacular storyline - possibly the best I've seen on here. Wonderful hand drawn graphics A mix of easy and challenging puzzles. A variety of decent HOS. A great bonus game which actually adds to the storyline. Did I mention the storyline? it's engrossing, and the puzzles and HOSs actually coincide with the storyline which really makes for a pleasant change. Brilliant.
Date published: 2013-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LUV'D THIS GAME The Mists of Ravenwood is proving to be the best of the Enigmatis series. I was captivated by this game from the moment I played it, and it was hard to quit and go to bed. In this incarnation, you are a female detective who ends up outside the gates of Ravenwood Park. A couple has been involved in a wreck and disappeared along with their daughter. Of course, you must investigate. Once inside the park, multi tasking keeps you busy. Collect butterflies and morphing items as you explore both the underground areas and the park itself. There are lots of surprises here, and plenty of help even on the expert level (if you need it). I have really been enjoying the mini games which are a mixture of HOG and FROG. The colorful artwork and clever way the game is put together is a plus. I was not totally thrilled with the voice overs but then I never am. I highly recommend this game, especially if you own any of the others. I don't think you will be disappointed as this is re-playable, fun, and one of the best games I have seen in a long, long time.
Date published: 2013-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Redwoods Keep A Dark and Sinister Secret What a great sequel to the first Enigmatis. I was wondering if the priest would turn up and he did. The scenes were so beautiful and look very much like Northern California. Yep, that could have been me traveling across the states in a VW van having a wonderful, carefree and exciting adventures finally landing me in Northern California. I liked this game very much. The puzzles were not very difficult and the HO scenes were fun to complete. Great job Devs and I look forward to see what happens next.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from STUNNING! Could This Be The Best of 2013? NOTE: Based on DEMO only ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I was looking forward to this when I found out it was a murder mystery. I downloaded and played, and it's absolutely stunning! I will buy the SE with no hesitation! The story is brilliant. As mentioned, it's a murder mystery that has many twists and turns you never see coming. There are already a lot in the demo. What starts out as a simple missing person case turns in to something a whole lot more... As with other games from Artifex Mundi, you are told a backstory by collecting pieces of something (in this case, relief pieces). This backstory promises to be just as great as the main one! This is definitely one of the best stories of the year! The gameplay is amazing. You collect 35 pieces of evidence, and all are sorted in to categories on the evidence board. As you collect evidence, you unravel more and more of the mystery. I especially liked the interviews. These were a feature that we don't see in many games. When interviewing, you were able to select topics to ask the person you were interviewing. This added extra fun to the game, as this normally doesn't happen. What I loved was the different HOS. There were 3 different types: Fragmented object scenes, silhouette scenes and the standard junkpile. All 3 were great fun to play, had extra step objects and had different difficulties. The puzzles were a little hard. I could solve a couple, but I had to skip most of them. It's a shame that developers don't provide easy puzzles for players like me. The CE adds extra fun to the gameplay. There are achievements, collectible butterflies and 30 other objects you must find. These are great CE extras from a developer who usually produces a sub-par CE. The graphics are stunning, as we come to expect from Artifex Mundi. There is so much detail in everything, but especially in the character design. The characters almost seemed real. Everything is crystal clear and a visual delight. No complaints with the voice-overs. They are standard for any game. They are not fantastic, but they aren't over-done either. FEATURES 3 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore. I played Casual. Hint and Skip- both recharge fast on Casual, and the hint is extremely helpful outside HOS. Diary. Diary keeps notes, which keep track of events, and objectives. Interactive Map, which is helpful in some cases, but not others. For example, it did not help me navigate through the tunnel. There was just one section for the entire tunnel. Evidence Board- stores all 35 pieces of evidence you need to collect, and sorts them in to categories, based on their use to the investigation. CE EXCLUSIVES 30 collectible butterflies (not fussed about these) 30 “illusive” objects (not fussed about these) Achievements Built-in Strategy Guide- I only had to use it a couple of times. Bonus Chapter While there are more CE Exclusives than usual, I'm not particularly fussed about them, so I will wait for the SE. This story delighted me from the beginning, and I can't wait to see what happens next! I STRONGLY recommend you download! You'll LOVE this one! This is definitely a contender for the best HOPA of 2013! I estimate the game length to be around about 3-4 hours on Casual mode. The demo took me 53 minutes, which was 2 chapters. There are 7 Chapters altogether.
Date published: 2013-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tremendously Welldone and Thrilling!! :) Wow! What a great adventure… Story is extremely thrilling, you just won’t stop playing!! Not only, that you have to rescue the Simson family and defeat the evil, no you have to find out, who the mysterious prisoner is, with which you made a ‚quit pro quo‘ deal: He helps you solving the case and you’ll get him out of his cell… Do you really want that? Cause there are apparently similarities to „The Silence of the Lambs“… Graphics are extremely good - very sharp and detailed. Animation and voice-overs of the characters: fantastic… You’ll also find some references to Enigmatis - Marple Creek. :) Facts: 7 chapters, 3 modes to choose from, lockable inventory, strategy-guide doesn’t follow your progress, map shows available action and allows you to jump, direction giving hint. To get the prisoner out of his cell, you’ll find 12 metallic relief pieces during the game. After placing a relief piece on the door, the prisoner tells you background-informations. 12 welldone hidden-object-scenes, some played twice can be changed into a pair-matching game instead. We have scenes with find and use objects, interactive fragment scenes and interactive from list. 18 different minigames, some of them brandnew, some tricky ones and a few wellknown like connecting cables, moving tiles, different kinds of rotation puzzles, rotate hexagonal pieces until colors form continuous lines… Extras: 35 achievements to earn, 30 ethereal butterflies and 30 illusive objects to find, bonus-chapter, replayable hidden-object-scenes, a very interesting Redwood Encyclopedia, Cutscenes, Music, Wallpapers and Concept-Art. Seems it has quite a good length also, as I am now in the middle of chapter 5 and I’m playing already about 3,5 hours… If you like thrilling investigations, you have to try this one!! Thanks Artifex Mundi for creating this great game!!! :)
Date published: 2013-09-26
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