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Mysteryville (Windows)

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Description

A simple article for Countryside Life turns into race to save the world. In Mysteryville you play the role of Laura Winner, a reporter for the aforementioned magazine, who stumbles onto a conspiracy that starts with the disappearance of a few cats will end up in all sorts of unexpected twists. You must use your sleuthing skills to find clues and talk to the townsfolk to get to the bottom of this mystery.

Mysteryville is a hidden object picture search game similar to the Mystery Case Files games but with amped visual effects and an engaging and unpredictable storyline. Mysteryville also offers varying types of image searching such as find the difference to searching with a flashlight. There are twenty one locations to visit from a sheriff's office to a mad scientist's lab.

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Mysteryville Windows Getting into the spli-screen comparacent involves you experimenting with meditation and/or drugs. Here you are going into a trance.
Mysteryville Windows One of the most interesting is the flashlight searches where you'll get a silhouette of an object and then you have to try to find it.
Mysteryville Windows Then you scour the background trying to find what they ask for.
Mysteryville Windows Main Menu

Alternate Titles

  • "Тайны Города N" -- Russian spelling
  • "Mysteryville HD: hidden object investigation" -- iPad title

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GameZebo Jan 15, 2007 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
GameCola.net Dec 01, 2010 3 out of 10 30

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Depeche Mike (17196) added Mysteryville (Windows) on Feb 21, 2007
Other platforms contributed by Sciere (245759), Kabushi (121016) and Zeppin (8339)