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- Excellent graphics, including clue reels featuring live actors.
- One-of-a-kind hidden objects game in which the user plays in first person, choosing themselves where to explore without forced decisions made by the game.
- Not enough time spent searching for hidden objects.
- Objects do not change location each time an area is revisited, reducing the re-playability.
- Unique design becomes a detriment when all visible areas have been searched and there is not enough clear indication about what to do next.
MCF: Dire Grove Fast Facts
- The release date for Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove was November 25, 2009.
- Dire Grove was developed by the Seattle-based company, Big Fish Studios.
- Mystery Case Files is one of the more long-running hidden object game series on the market. The other titles in it include Huntsville, Prime Suspects, Ravenhearst, Madame Fate, Return to Ravenhearst, 13th Skull, Escape to Ravenhearst, and Shadow Lake. Mobile games in the series include Agent X and MillionHeir. There's also a Wii game called The Malgrave Incident.
- Big Fish specializes in producing puzzle, adventure and HOG titles for casual players. Their other games include the Drawn series, the Hidden Expedition series, and Fairway Solitaire.
- Dire Grove is available for PC and Mac.
- Over 2.5 million copies of Dire Grove have been sold.
- Games in the Mystery Case Files series have reportedly been downloaded by at least 100 million people.
- Mystery Case Files is popular enough to warrant its own series of novels.
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