Strange Cases: The Secrets of Grey Mist Lake Collector's Edition

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  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
  • Concept Art
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 527

Review for game Strange Cases: The Secrets of Grey Mist Lake Collector's Edition

Discover the Secrets of Grey Mist Lake! FBI Agent Claire Ellery has discovered another Strange Case and she needs your help to get to the bottom of a set of strange circumstances. Explore a town only spoken of in legend in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game and save the day. Dive into Strange Cases: The Secrets of Grey Mist Lake and uncover an incredible story with shocking twists! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

October 24, 2011

Game Rank

216 points

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Best of the series yet
November 16, 2011

This is definitely the best of the Strange Cases games. Better graphics, better story, more puzzles, cooler locations, and just more fun. If the developers continue to improve at this rate, their next game will be great.

black or white
January 14, 2012

I choose white; either you liked it or you didn't. A lot more work was put into this than the first adventure of this series.

challenge
September 21, 2012

enjoyed the challenge of this game in puzzle parts

good game
August 13, 2012

I got tired of having to go back and forth all the time to keep the game progressing. No voice over so I turned off the music. Good graphic. The HO games were not hard. Just a good game for me.

Good game. Was a long play time.
January 1, 2012

All aspects of this game as far as graphics & sound were excellent. Since we seldom play a game all the way through in one sitting we can't be sure on total hours of play, but it seemed we were playing it off & on for quite a long time and it was lots of fun! We did need to use hints more than we liked in some hidden object scenes as there were some objects that were not named with the word we would have typically called the item. We did need to use the strategy guide a couple times and it was helpful. The bonus chapter was excellent and tied in with the story line. All in all, this is a very good game and we are glad we purchased it.

Great Game Except...
March 28, 2012

I just finished playing this game. It's a very enjoyable game, good graphics, very good storyline, and good puzzles. The only thing I found wrong with it is all the constantly having to go back and forth from location to location to use or find objects. Other than that it's a great game

Great Graphics but....
March 4, 2012

The Secrets of Grey Mist Lake is a HOG game with great graphics, chilling music and effects, a decent storyline, but an ending that seemed rushed. If you don't get the collector's edition, you do not find out the reasons for the problems that face the residents of Grey Mist Lake.

Great plot, slow play
November 18, 2011

This game feels longer than it is, which I suppose could be a good thing. The hint system is pretty much unhelpful in most cases but as the "next step" is always on the screen this isn't as annoying as it could be. Do watch for misnamed items in the HO scenes - these can make it more frustrating than fun sometimes. Overall, a decent game, with a strong story and a good spooky feel.

i like it
November 13, 2011

i love playing everyday, it a lots fun and take up my time

Strage Cases: of pacing back and forth
November 19, 2011

I really like the game overall. Graphics we nice. I loved that the characters actually spoke, I think that gives a little more life to the storyline. I did find it somewhat frustrating when the game has you going back and forth through the same number of frames in order to advance in the stoyline. It was slightly erking, but not to the point where I no longer enjoyed playing the game. The music also had this weird sing/scream that kept repeating...I didn't like that.

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