Mystery Case Files: Key To Ravenhearst - A Mystery Hidden Object Game 9+

Big Fish Games, Inc

    • 4.6 • 464 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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The word is out that someone has bought Ravenhearst Manor and is looking to rebuild it as a museum. You’ve been sent by none other than the Queen of England herself to check it out, but when you arrive it seems that the previous investigator sent there to snoop around has gone missing. Just what kind of heinous plot is going on at the new Ravenhearst?

It seems that all of the workers also vanished just after construction was completed. Were they abducted by the new owners, or is there some ghostly menace haunting the manor grounds? Watch your back, or you might be next!

See through the mysterious shroud in a variety of twisted hidden object scenes.

Thwart the madman’s plan through cryptic puzzles and spooky mini-games

Discover the true beginning and enjoy additional Collector’s Edition exclusives including collectible Ravens, super puzzles, morphing objects, and more!

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What’s New

Version 1.0.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

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• Optimizations and bug fixes to improve overall game performance.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
464 Ratings

464 Ratings

_LivingDeadGirl_ ,

Finally, an awesome game!

BFG has been seriously lacking in gameplay and quality lately, so I was pleasantly surprised with this game. The puzzles were sufficiently challenging and creative (which has been a huge complaint with recent games), plus, they changed up regularly. The storyline was creepy and rather decent (even though I tend to prefer the prettier ones, but I'll take creepy as well), the HOPs changed up and kept me interested, and I didn't find the typical glitches that I normally do with the game. All in all, it's an awesome 5-star game. I never get to say that anymore, it feels nice! It's about freaking time BFG puts out a game that is worth the generally overpriced $5 they charge per game. In fact, I'll probably go back and play it again just because I miss the old BFG days (insert long nostalgic sigh).

EZPass1 ,


I was VERY pleasantly surprised by this game. Even in casual mode, the games were very challenging and EXTREMELY creative. It is clear that Eipix designers really worked hard to go beyond the usual types of puzzles and HOGs. Story was good, though I didn't remember much detail from the previous Ravenhearst game. Very creative interfaces. Loved looking for Harbingers, loved that I could go back & find the ones I missed. Loved that inventory told me what an item is when I found it or if I touched it to remind me. Loved the map. This is my idea of a PERFECT mystery adventure game! Thank you Eipix!

Glogirl93 ,

Inconsistent Plot!!!

Giving this new addition to the franchise 2 stars is an act of mercy, due to the sheer fact that the story in this game is FULL of major plot holes! Make that plot CHASMS instead!
SPOILER ALERT: Anyone who played the second and third Ravenhearst games knows that the twin girls, Gwendolyn and Charlotte, were KIDNAPPED from the SOMERSET family. They were NOT conceived by nor born to Charles Dalimar!!! Yes, they were unrealistically brought back to life in physical bodies in the third game, but that does NOT make them Charles' daughters by ANY stretch of the imagination!!! Also, why would they grow up to be evil and support the murderous purposes of the same man who was responsible for kidnapping and holding them hostage underground for who knows how long??? It simply doesn't make any sense to have this game claim to follow the plot of the original story. Regardless, the artwork, music, and gameplay was enjoyable as always.

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