The Secret of Crimson Manor 9+

Point & Click Adventure Game

MediaCity Games

    • 4.2 • 130 Ratings
    • $0.99



Discover and solve the surprising secret behind the mysterious crimson manor.
Explore the old mansion and its surroundings, solving puzzles and discovering its many intriguing secrets, in one of the best adventure games made for iPhone.

In the secret of crimson manor you will find:

Amazing and beautiful graphics.
Engaging and deep storyline.
Fun and addictive gameplay.


+Classic and intuitive point and click gameplay.
+Fun, amazing and clever puzzles.
+Many different environments to discover & explore.
+An interactive original & unique storyline.
+Superb level, puzzle and game design.
+High-resolution graphics optimized for retina display.
+Multiple languages, AutoSave and much more ...
+Also expect new game modes & new features in the free updates.


Strange weather events are happening in town lately, some people blame the eccentric Mr. Strange, an old scientist who performs strange experiments in his hill manor.

He decides to invite you, the best reporter in town, with the idea of making public its latest & wonderful discovery, which he describes it as:

"Something so wonderful that will change forever the way we see the world & the very fate of humanity"

You accept the invitation, but on arriving at the mansion, you cannot find anyone, you sense that something strange is happening there, so you decide to investigate...

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If you're new to adventure games, download it now, you will not regret, it is more than likely that you become an instant fan of the genre, if you are already a fan you probably already bought it, you are not going to waste the opportunity to play one of the best exponents of this genre.

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What’s New

Version 1.8

-Minor bug fixes and general optimization
-Added a link to our latest game "Escape from Crismon Manor"

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

ptcgkm ,

Enjoyable game, but not great

Overall the game is good and fun. Some of the pictures have very realistic detail, which is nice but it doesn't flow well with the other pics. The pop ups did get annoying at times, but not a deal breaker. Good puzzles, I only had to look at the hints a couple times (mostly because I missed a subtle clue or an item).

itto0gami ,


This game is my childhood. I used to play it when I was a little kid with some of my family and it took a long long time to beat it, last night my brother downloaded it for nostalgia and we just started playing. I love this game so much, and it brings me so much nostalgia and many memories when I play it. Now if I were to actually go in on this game in a review though, I would say that it’s a pretty fun puzzle game that isn’t really difficult, but difficult enough to still be fun. The story has enough effort put in it to be interesting, and the premise of project chrono itself is pretty interesting to me. There are only a couple things I actively think are flaws in the game. The biggest problem with this game is a place in the wine cellar where you get the shield. You have to put those circles in a random combination that was just randomly made up, and no clues are hidden to show you why. Even though I can acknowledge that that’s a flaw, I still don’t really care that much, and if I did, I would still give this game a 5/5 because of nostalgia. This game really held up in quality coming back years an years later, I really love this game. I know this review won’t be seen, but I just felt that I wanted to write it. Five stars out of five, thanks for the memories.

Czech-it-out! ,

Good fun

I played through this game in one sitting, so except for a couple moments of “Hmmm...”, it was fairly easy (or maybe I’m just getting a lot better at these- we’ll go with that😁). Regardless, it was well worth my time, as the puzzles were still fun to solve without blowing a “head” gasket. Graphics were nice, navigation smooth, objects worked correctly, and solutions were mostly intuitive. The story was a little cartoony, and the “lost-in-translation” prose only exacerbated it, but at least it had continuity and made me laugh a little. The choose-your-ending finale was a bit weirdly melodramatic, and I have no intention of replaying to see the other one, but in any case I felt some satisfaction at having finished it. I’ve played at least one of the newer MediaCity puzzlers, and it was more polished and a little more difficult, so I applaud their efforts in making quality stuff. I’ll probably be playing more of theirs, and would recommend them as a general go-to for good games.

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