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Achieved #1 Puzzle Game in United Kingdom, Norway and Netherlands & Top 10 in many others.
Escape from an enigmatic victorian manor with a dark secret, in this narrative Escape the Room / Point & Click puzzle game filled with fine art, secret passages and mysterious mechanical puzzles playing as the accountant from the enigmatic Railroad Magnate Hadley Strange.
Unravel The Mystery
After several years as the accountant of the enigmatic railroad magnate Hadley Strange, an unexpected medical checkup at work takes you by surprise, along with the results your employer sent you a cryptic letter inviting you to his residence the mysterious Crimson Manor a luxurious property on the outskirts of London.
Upon your arrival no one shows up to greet you, the door is already open, and a deathly silence powerfully draws your attention, you have a bad feeling, like someone is watching you and decide to leave the mansion, but now is too late ...
Escape The Manor
You will need Decipher curious locks, find key items and objects that will help you make your way through the Mr Strange private working wing, exploring rooms with a unique beauty and new pieces that will help you unveil the dark secret kept by the residence.
Solve The Puzzles
Solve clever riddles and fascinating mechanical puzzles crafted to ensure that only the right person could unveil the mansion's secret. Look for clues and take a closer look to your surroundings to discover the shocking truth about the mansion and it's mysterious residents.
Discover the truth
Find items and manage your inventory to make your way through the different passages of the mansion, examine many detailed items and discover how to use them to unlock all the rooms and get all the pieces to solve the manor puzzling secret, one so shocking that will leave you breathless.
Well Balanced Logic and Inventory Puzzles
Non-Linear Exploration Gameplay
Rich but not intrusive Story
Realtime 3D high end graphics
Ratings and Reviews
Having played most all escape games, I love finding new ones that are well done. This game is a great mix: decent level of difficulty, layered puzzles, decent gameplay. If I had to suggest a few things… An option to reverse the drag direction: on most devices, you pull towards an object, not push to them. And option to pinch back out instead of the back button. And an option not to automatically catalog clues - this takes the fun out of figuring things out. But nice work, I enjoyed it.
I really really wanted to love this, because I’ve very much enjoyed MediaCity’s other adventure games. Unfortunately I can’t handle the smooth-scrolling graphics with the contrary swipe action. It makes me nauseous after a few minutes’ play. Just now I tried playing the game again after a break of several months, hoping that the effect wasn’t as bad as I’d remembered. Alas, after a few seconds I knew I couldn’t continue. Two stars, to catch the attention of the developers. Please, I beg you, give us an option to set the swipe action to normal. That should have been the default in the first place. I have no problem with the smooth scrolling in the Room series, for example. I’ll give a positive update once I can actually play the game. I imagine that you’ve worked very hard to make a beautiful game. I don’t understand why you haven’t quickly responded to all the requests to give an option reverse the swipe action, because why you would want to prevent a substantial number of your fans from playing the game? Here’s the thing: if you don’t suffer from motion sickness, then you’ll have no idea at all what we are complaining about. The only way you’ll know is if you listen to what we are telling you about our playing experience.
Developer Response ,
Hi britCA yo did catch our attention and I promise we will add a reverse swipe option in an update, we are a small team and sometimes we need to focus on the next installment and tend to forget that we also must improve the already released games, but we are aware that this kind of interaction isn’t comfortable to all players and we are also considering using fixed camera angles as new locomotion system in the upcoming games (similar to agent A and our previous 2D games) we will do our best to make this change as soon as posible. Thanks for the patience.
Irritating to play!!!
I am a very easy person to please when it comes to playing, and enjoying, an intriguing game. But “enjoy” is the key word!!!
The premise and concept are engaging. But the gameplay is buggy and very irritating. My first time playing I had to restart because I got locked into a scene and couldn’t back out. Graphics seem to blend into each other occasionally. Maneuvering the 360 screen is way too sensitive. On the flip side, things like changing letters on the cryptic are painfully slow. And if you miss a letter I can’t reverse it. I must go all thru the alphabet.
As for ease of play, the game is overly complex, even for an escape game. And the hints are really too cryptic to make playing more enjoyable. I don’t want to be stressed by a game. $1.99 is not much for a game. But it’s a lot when I just want the game to end so I get my money’s worth!!!
I respect the efforts of a small development team and want to support them. And I have enjoyed their other static graphic P.A.C games. So I know they can do better.
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- 247 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 10.13.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © MediaCity Games
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.