Invited to a dinner party at the famous Wickham Manor when her car breaks down outside, Detective Kate Grey is shocked that a murder occurs before even dessert is served. Join hundreds of thousands of happy Adventure Escape players and see if you can escape Murder Manor!
Play this premium escape game and see if you can crack the case!
- Beautiful graphics bring the luxurious but creepy Manor to life
- Complete 9 chapters each with unique escape challenges!
- Gather tools and items to aid in your escape!
- Discover the mystery of the manor. Can you discover who is the murderer? And why?
- Hilarious story with memorable characters like Fontana, who is convinced she can see the future!
- Solve devious puzzles and riddles!
- Find hidden objects that help you break free!
- It’s free! No registration, no hassles, just download and play.
Find out the mysteries of the famous and rich mysterious Wickham Manor. Will more guests be murdered? Will you be able to solve the case and escape before it is too late?
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Reduced download size and fixed some bugs!
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If a ton of people, of all ages, are expressing positive reviews and saying how it’s challenging but fun because it’s relatively uncomplicated... maybe a few reviewers shouldn’t whine that it’s too difficult? Just saying.... there are simpler puzzle games with simpler, faster gratification. Not everything needs to be dumbed down - especially for those who are admittedly in short supply of a healthy challenge to their .... brain. I certainly don’t “get it,” right away - not even close. But I’d rather try harder, than wish the finish line be moved closer. I’m sure that’s correlative to life, in general, so maybe just be grateful there is a free opportunity to exercise those parts of the brain that are keeping one behind the pack? It’s how cupcakes turn into big cakes😉. If little kids can get it, the devs have probably not made it “too hard.” There are cute games with trophies 🏆 for all, requiring no shifting out of cranial first gear. The devs have done an outstanding job of creating a challenging, hence rewarding, series of games in a market flooded with plenty of dumbed-down time-killers. Please don’t water down the steak for the -5% who can’t chew; there is a shortage of good meat, but an abundance of pudding. They’ll find their way to matching colored marshmallows and shiny candies. A hard 5-stars from somebody happy to keep my brain walking up a few hills, while I still can.
I love Haiku games
I really enjoy the Haiku mystery game series. Each is filled with a great story, nice puzzles (each originals to each story so you aren’t repeating the same style over and over again) and brain teasers, perfect for occupying the mind but not so difficult that I get frustrated. Not to say I don’t get stuck. It happens often. But I know the game style has set up the clues so I retrace my steps to see what I missed or rethink a method to see if I need to work differing angles. This really keeps me engaged. Thanks for such a beautiful, very well set up series. I usually can work a story over a day or two time permitting.
If I had a recommendation it would be to offer an option to skip the tutorial. I’ve played so many of these that it’s frustrating going through the steps repeatedly when I just want to get to gameplay. Otherwise, big fan!
Not So Helpful Hints
The game is fun, interactive, and the puzzles are sometimes easy, sometimes challenging. I didn’t realize the nature of the game at first, which is that it’s basically like playing on onscreen escape room. Silly me, didn’t get the “escape” part of the title right away. So I ended up starting out a bit frustrated and using up way too many hints. The hints are very annoying, because the very first hint costs you several stars, yet gives you no brainer type info. I was already aware of what needs to happen, but I’m trying to figure out how I get there. To get the kind of hint I’m looking for costs way more stars than what I have. There was also one scene that annoyed me a bit because I understood the concept of what I was supposed to do, but every time I entered the answer, it was incorrect. I used up a ridiculous amount of stars on hints just for it to tell me what I already knew. Finally I decided to include something in my answer from an entirely different room...and what do you know, it was correct then. It was frustrating and I was down to very few stars at that point. Other than that and the annoyingly unhelpful hints, it seems to be a fun game.
- Haiku Games Co
- 174.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2014 Andrew Ow
- In-App Purchases
- Get 10 Stars! $1.99
- Get 30 Stars! $4.99
- Get 5 Stars $0.99
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