Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident
This game required memory and critical thinking.
I love this game and cannot wait until the second edition emerges. I would put it in classrooms. I would put this game into classrooms to encourage critical thinking and team work. I loved it!
Perfect for Mystery Solvers!!!
I got this game for a little brother, he was so excited! He played it and he played it for HOURS and day!! There is a co-op mode so you can play with each other!
This kept my kids, and grandkids busy for a week
During our HOT summer heat I needed something to keep kids busy and entertained in side and this worked. Ages 8 - 24 enjoyed this game. Even the teenagers got involved.
Great addition to an awesome franchise
MCF: Malgrave Incident really steps up the gameplay and storytelling already associated with the MCF franchise. The game really conveys a sense of mystery to the players, complete with fleshed out environments and great scenery. The Hidden Object sections of the game have been upgraded from the traditional, 2D plain, to something more akin to being in a room in psuedo-3D. By zooming in and out within the scene players can uncover previously unseen items hidden behind other objects and only viewable from a certain angle and zoom level. While I've only completed about 2/5ths of the game so far, I can say with certainty that this is the most impressive title in the franchise and a must to any fan of Hidden Object / Puzzle games.
This seems okay, but it reminds me of that boardgame, Clue. Clue is one of my favorite board games, so I hope this is like that. But I think it is worth the money, thiry bucks ain't bad. So I might go buy this when it comes out soon. Plus the graphics looks nice and the storyline looks good for a mystery game. But why is it E. It kind of seems like an E10+ game, or maybe a T game. But for now, I'll stick with Clue.