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There’s a spooky, abandoned house on the edge of town and we all know what that means: Somebody’s going to bet somebody that they won’t go inside and have a look around. No, it’s not terribly original, but that’s the way it goes in Haunted Manor: Lord of Mirrors, a new hidden object game from Top Evidence Studio that’s actually a quite a bit better than its worn-out opening notes would suggest.
Happily, you can try the game out for free before you make a decision, so you can check it out for yourself. I’d say that Haunted Manor ~ Lord of Mirrors isn’t the best hidden object game around, but what it lacks in narrative, it makes up for with loads of content and its dark, atmospheric illustrations. If you end up getting the full game, you should get a fair chunk of playtime out of it. Overall, it’s actually a very decent hidden-object game, and certainly worth a look for the free content, but that $6.99 price tag for the full game makes my inner cheapskate cringe. It’s nice, but not that nice.