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Alister Dalimar returns again, as does his maniacal quest for immortality. After your last trip to Ravenhearst Manor, you’ve been declared legally insane and now inhabit the very same cell your nemesis used to call home in the Manchester Lunatic Asylum. Stopping this rotten villain won’t be an easy task at all, but you’re the only one who stands a chance!
• DEFEAT THE EVIL DALIMAR TWINS
It seems Alister’s granddaughters have a plan for you to be a pawn in their evil schemes. Are they truly evil like the rest of the family, or are they under some terrifying spell? Hurry, you must get free before it’s too late!
• CAN YOU ESCAPE THE ASYLUM?
Find your way out through dark and thrilling hidden object scenes.
• ALISTER’S ENIGMA BOX IS BACK AND TRICKIER THAN EVER!
Thwart your enemy’s evil design in a variety of eerie puzzles and twisted mini-games.
• PLAY AS YOUR GREATEST ADVERSARY IN THE BONUS GAME
See Alister’s side to this story and enjoy additional Collector’s Edition exclusives including collectible Lighthouses, special achievements, and more!
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"Unlock" The Door To Your Worst Nightmare! Creepy Fun!
This latest installment gives a striking resemblance to "Key To Ravenhearst" in many aspects. I almost feel as though I am playing the same game. I am enjoying this segment of the storyline since we are finding out more about our psycho friend, Alister, together with the rest of his demented family. The graphics are clear; as with "Key," the colors are rich and dark containing the same dominant shade of purple-blue. The artwork portrays a grim setting with some disturbing, macabre images, such as damp cells with bacteria infected water; moldy, ripped-up mattresses; delusional drawings on brick walls; and patients' arms thrusting out at you as they scream and moan in terror. There is some twisted humor incorporated throughout, such as creepy titles of books and the insane lullabies of mental patients. There are no customized settings. The inventory is labeled, interactive, and puzzle-like; items require assembly. The fast teleport map only indicates objectives in the second mode; locations are labeled. The HOS are very interactive and varied. The puzzles are innovative, and some are multilayered; I love those sequential type puzzle boards! You have a collectible; they can be well hidden. Overall, this is a suspenseful, creative game with much variety. I deducted a star because of lack of customized settings and the fact that I had to restart a puzzle board since a piece had disappeared. Worth the price!
Great , except for----
I am not happy that Eipix took over the development of MCF. Why? I don't like the arcade battle portions they put in all their games. "Strike the ball until the staff resonates?" I should mention that I'm an older player and would be happy without the arcade puzzle /battle scenes. The graphics, although pretty and vivid, are too cartoon like. It takes away from the classic MCF atmosphere. I did like the mini puzzles within the HO scenes. I also love super puzzles. The map for the main game worked well and was a great help. The game was a good length. Because you are able to quickly skip the parts you don't like, and because for the most part this is a great game, I do recommend buying it.
☠⚰⚔Long, Arduous, Tedious, Boring⚔⚰☠
Greetings, Gamers: 👄
...And those were the good points.
Like some other reviewers, I too couldn't continue in a few of the super puzzles, no matter what I tried. Had to skip the puzzles in their entirety because of this glitch. I did appreciate the feature of being able to skip portions of puzzles.
Also had difficulty with object placement: if it wasn't placed just so, then no go. Incredibly frustrating.
I too felt this was a rerun or continuation of the previous Ravenhurst installment we've just played.
I've finally reached the point where I don't care where the objects are in the HOs, or what around the next corner, or even where the collectible lighthouses are.
Too much thematic torture for my taste. Dark, dark, dark. Like a Quentin Tarantino film on steroids.
Bummed I bought this. I'm not crazy about the fairies and unicorns games but hey, let's strike a happy medium someplace here.
My proverbial two cents:
I enjoy getting notices on other games out there available to buy and play. No need to hate on someone who's passing along valuable information, giving us wider options in choosing how to spend our time and money.
Keep on keeping on, Kimmie. We got your six, girl. 🤗 Props to you for taking the high road.
Until next time, fellow gamers:
May the stars light you away from this junk
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- 1.4 GB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Russian
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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