The Secret of Margrave Manor

Dusty drapes and ancient chandeliers dot the spooky Margrave Manor house. As Edwina Margrave, you must find your grandfather who`s been missing for ten years. Your only clue to his whereabouts is a strange door with an odd puzzle to unlock. In each room, collect hidden objects and view your strange medley in the collection room. Margrave Manor is the only Hidden Object game that changes the positions of the items every time you visit a room, so you`ll always have a fresh challenge. Can you discover your family`s forgotten past?

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by summertime from Fun Hidden Object Game Loved going in all of the rooms and just relax finding hidden pictures with know time line. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Frogmorton from A Cut Above the Rest This is outstanding from many viewpoints, so if you haven't seen this one and you like classic HOG, give it a shot. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cesmoi from Loved it!! One of the tunes pulls me back to the game again and again. Hidden objects interesting and no repeats. This was a refreshing change after playing many adventure puzzle HOS games. Classic hidden object game that takes you room to room so you are not wandering around. The items will be in different spots each time you visit the room and different sizes and orientation. I have played dozens of HOGs over the years and this is my all-time favorite. When you're done the game there will still be more items to collect if you want them all, but you can keep playing the same character and continue searching the rooms. Am a stubborn gamer--no hints, no skips, no walkthroughs gets frustrating at times and so I really enjoy a good old-fashioned HOG. You start off with some introductory scenes to get the first piece of the puzzle. Sequels were not as good.


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The good thing is Aveyond you learn what the item looks like some of the terms are the English Aerial Mahjong and not American the Fairyland Match will look the same Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom the rest of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Frogmorton from A Cut Above the Rest This is outstanding from many viewpoints, so if you haven't seen this one and you like classic HOG, give it a shot. The game begins with Edwina Margrave receiving a strange letter from her Grandfather, Edwin. Not the most exciting game and it will take a long time to get through all the rooms to get all the puzzle pieces. Classic hidden object game that takes you room to room so you are not wandering around. Curious for some Snow Queen Mahjong, Edwina decides to visit the somewhat spooky family manor. It is unique in that, even though you visit each "room" many times, the objects are in different Zumas Revenge, so you have to start the hunt from scratch. Great game. Wish we had more of this kind of games to play. Can't wait to see if the sequel will be out. When you're done Battle Ranch game there will still be more items to collect if you want them all, but you can keep playing the same character and continue searching the rooms. Turns out that the stone fragment in Edwina's possession - known as the Margrave Rosetta Stone - is actually a piece of the family crest that may hold the The Secret of Margrave Manor to locating her missing grandfather. The graphics were clear and good quality. For each room you start up with 2 hints, but you get an additional hint every three minutes. You can also unlock rooms and play each room separately you'll be graded on how well you do.

Some of the music is really good. Laid back HOS with few puzzles thrown in to make it great! The items will be in different spots each time you visit the room and different sizes and orientation. There is an overarching story, but it's not intrusive, and does not slow the game. Turns out that the stone fragment in Edwina's possession - known as the Margrave Rosetta Stone - is actually a piece of the family crest that may hold the key to locating her missing grandfather. Not the most exciting game and it will take a long time to get through all the rooms to get all the puzzle pieces. Prefer these classics to many of the newer games in which I have wandered too many hours as consulting a walkthrough goes against my gaming conscience. Can't wait to see if the sequel will be out. Be sure to check out the whole series. Doesn't take too long to decide if it's worth purchasing. On arrival, she is greeted by her grandfather's butler, Gerard, but her grandfather is missing! One of the tunes pulls me back to the game again and again. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by summertime from Fun Hidden Object Game Loved going in all of the rooms and just relax finding hidden pictures with know time line.

Doesn't take too long to decide if it's worth purchasing. The game begins with Edwina Margrave receiving Big City Adventure: Paris strange letter from her Grandfather, Edwin. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by summertime from Fun Hidden Object Game Loved going in all of the rooms and just relax finding hidden pictures with know time line. When you're done the game there will still be more items to collect if you want them all, but you can keep playing the same character and continue searching the rooms. On arrival, she is greeted by her grandfather's butler, Gerard, but her grandfather is missing! Prefer these classics to many of the newer games in which I have wandered too many hours as consulting a walkthrough oc against my gaming conscience. Wish we had more of this kind of games to play. Each room is timed and is just a junk pile of Tne. Objects were good size and just enough of a challenge to find--not too easy, not too difficult. Laid back HOS with few puzzles thrown in to make it great!


Can you uncover The Secret of Margrave Manor and discover your family's forgotten past? Wish we had more of this kind of games to play. The story was interesting enough to keep me playing and to continue to the sequel. When you're done the game there will still be more items to collect if you want them all, but you can keep playing the same character and continue searching the rooms. Date published: Prefer these classics to many of the newer games in which I have wandered too many hours as consulting a walkthrough goes against my gaming conscience. I recommend this game for a casual, laid back, not rushed fun. For each room you start up with 2 hints, but you get an additional hint every three minutes. I have played dozens of HOGs over the years and this is my all-time favorite. There is an overarching story, but it's not intrusive, and does not slow the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cesmoi from Loved it!! The letter is dated 10 years ago and contains a weird fragment of stone.

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The Secret of Margrave Manor

Am a stubborn gamer--no hints, no skips, no walkthroughs gets frustrating at times and so I really enjoy a good old-fashioned HOG. Prefer these classics to many of the newer games in which I have wandered too many hours as consulting a walkthrough goes against my gaming conscience. The First hidden object game was the Las Vegas Heist, and my husband got me hook on these games ever since :- Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bjpass51 from The Secret of Margrave Manor-can't wait to find out secret Exciting story line with varied emotions as letters and journal pages are found. Curious for some answers, Edwina decides to visit the somewhat spooky family manor. There is no penalty for randomly clicking around. Try the demo and after you complete the first six rooms, you'll know how the rest of the game will be and if it's for you. The graphics were clear and good quality. I have played dozens of HOGs over the years and this is my all-time favorite. Items change positions each time you return to the rooms. As you progress through the game, besides locating lots of hidden objects, you'll also have to solve 'spot the difference' challenges and special puzzles. In addition to the game, after you complete each room you get an object to add to your collection. Some of the music is really good. The story was interesting enough to keep me playing and to continue to the sequel. Great game. The game begins with Edwina Margrave receiving a strange letter from her Grandfather, Edwin.

4 thoughts on “The Secret of Margrave Manor

  1. Not the most exciting game and it will take a long time to get through all the rooms to get all the puzzle pieces. In between the rooms, you'll find torn up paper that you need to put back together to get the story. You can also unlock rooms and play each room separately you'll be graded on how well you do. The game begins with Edwina Margrave receiving a strange letter from her Grandfather, Edwin.

  2. In addition to the game, after you complete each room you get an object to add to your collection. Similar Games. The game begins with Edwina Margrave receiving a strange letter from her Grandfather, Edwin. In between the rooms, you'll find torn up paper that you need to put back together to get the story. For each room you start up with 2 hints, but you get an additional hint every three minutes.

  3. Prefer these classics to many of the newer games in which I have wandered too many hours as consulting a walkthrough goes against my gaming conscience. When you're done the game there will still be more items to collect if you want them all, but you can keep playing the same character and continue searching the rooms. This story is the addictive thing--a real mystery, kept me playing.

  4. This story is the addictive thing--a real mystery, kept me playing. I liked how the developers threw in the extra puzzles of the torn notes and clippings at intervals to tell the story along the way. The good thing is once you learn what the item looks like some of the terms are the English version and not American the item will look the same for the rest of the game. Similar Games. Am a stubborn gamer--no hints, no skips, no walkthroughs gets frustrating at times and so I really enjoy a good old-fashioned HOG.

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