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- Well constructed backgrounds mask hidden objects effectively, proving a challenge to most players.
- Over 20 different locations/scenes provide a wide variety of objects to find.
- A combination of time limits and an increasing number of objects to find per level extends overall game play length.
- Time limits readjust every level, often imposing less time to locate more items which can easily prove frustrating for the leisurely player.
Mystery Case Files Fast Facts
- Mystery Case Files: Huntsville was originally released on November 14, 2005.
- Huntsville was developed by Big Fish Studios.
- This is the very first game in the Mystery Case Files series. It currently has eight sequels, which includes Prime Suspects, Ravenhearst, Madame Fate, Return to Ravenhearst, Dire Grove, 13th Skull, Escape from Ravenhearst, and Shadow Lake. There are also three mobile games that are somewhat outside the main series; they include Agent X, MillionHeir, and The Malgrave Incident.
- Big Fish has a couple of hidden object adventure series to its name, including Hidden Expedition and Drawn.
- Mystery Case Files: Huntsville is available for the Mac and PC.
- Within the first three months of release, Huntsville had grossed over a million dollars.
- There have been over 100 million downloads for games and demos in the Mystery Case Files series.
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