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Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir
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- Delve into the latest evolution of search-and-solve fun
- Include multi-player options and game-sharing DS Download Play
- All-new interactive objects and hands-on sleuthing like dusting for finger prints
- Look for cleverly hidden items in order to solve the case
- Search using items like an X-Ray scanner, flash light, and more
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I am happy to say I do NOT regret the purchase! The game is AMAZING - it took me about 8 hours over several days to complete the game in "rookie" mode (not timed), and I am now running through it again as a full "detective" (timed mode), with a third play mode yet to be unlocked. The game is VERY re-playable - different characters become pivotal, and the item lists change each time. With so many items hidden per scene, you can have a unique experience even on the 10th play-through of the game.
The scenes fully live up to the Mystery Case Files standard - objects are well hidden, and realistic looking. The locations are beautiful and unique, with areas like a gem mine, an outdoor koi pond, and the interior of a clock tower. The characters and dialogue are also top-notch - they use the trademark MCF art style in the character design, and there are lots of puns in the character names and interactions.
They kept several innovations from MCF: Madam Fate.Read more ›
If you're looking for a "Where's Waldo" type of entertainment, I highly recommend this game. The detail is astonishing, particularly in X-Ray mode. As a mystery, it misses the mark.
I'm a 34 year old male who usually enjoys sports simulations, rpg, adventure, and puzzle and family games.
It feels very much like the I Spy games or Hidden Mystery games on the PC. It contains very little story with very short interactions with the suspects. You do virtually nothing to 'solve' the mystery other than find random items within a picture and solve some simple puzzles. The items are completely random and don't even go along with the story or setting (ie: within the garden you find a bundle of junk the millionheir left there)
Then to top things off, you suddenly have to perform some silly task before you can get information from a suspect (like fix a clock or find some ingredients for a recipe). I thought I was supposed to be a detective.
It had a few nice tools, like the usage of a flash light, x-ray pen, and straw (microphone) to blow things around the screen.
Professor Laytons Curious Village was a mystery / puzzle game that was much better than this. It's puzzles revolved more around logic and reasoning rather than seek and find. Millionheir feels more like a word search with pictures (I would choose this over a word search) that have little to nothing to do with the plot.
I skipped the rookie mode and chose detective mode (you are given a limited amount of time to find the clues within a picture). I had at least half the time left for each picture except one. I never felt rushed to hurry and solve the task at hand even without using the hint button. Upon completion, you do get more difficult settings if you feel like replaying it again...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this game!! Ok,I was excited it arrived sooner than expected. But daughter and I have fun working puzzles and finding objects. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brandy Miller
This is a cool game .I like the characters and trying to find the clues.Published 6 months ago by Darlene
In a nutshell; this is a game where you search for clues to find the rightful heir to the man gone missing, Phil T. Rich. You have to look for objects hidden in plain sight. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mr. Walker