Mystery Legends - Sleepy Hollow
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Mystery Legends - Sleepy Hollow 

Uncover the spooky secrets of Sleepy Hollow and the legendary Headless Horseman in Mystery Legends - Sleepy Hollow Deluxe, a haunting hidden object game. Search sinister scenes for cleverly hidden objects and discover the various fates of Sleepy Hollow's residents including Ichabod Crane and his beloved Katrina. Visit Sleepy Hollow and find frightening fun today!

  • 2 game modes: Relaxed and Timed
  • sinister storyline featuring classic characters
  • haunted environments to search
  • chilling clues and challenging mini-Games
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Reviews of Mystery Legends - Sleepy Hollow
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
 
I liked the Sleepy Hollow game but found it consistent with other hidden object games. No more or less challenging than others. The story line was good, and original. I previewed the game but do not plan to purchase this one.
 | Added on: May 9, 2009
 
This is a great hidden object adventure! It really does have a spooky vibe to it. I felt like I was being watched the whole time and I had to act quickly. It was great fun to explore the sleepy hollow also; the art draws you in. Great for a rainy, dark night!
 | Added on: March 12, 2012
 
I really enjoyed this game it is a lil dark for young people and I wouldn't let the younger ones play it but it is good graphics great scenes and yes some of the dialogue is corny but all in all a pretty good game!!
 | Added on: October 29, 2009
 
I love hidden object games and this one definitely qualifies. It is very cerebral and will challenge you!!!
 | Added on: October 19, 2009
 
I haven't had a great chance to play yet because I have a bad cold that makes my head fuzzy... but all in all this is a good value and lots of fun, a little tricky as there are games in the midst of games. Give it a try, and don't be too spooked !!
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
 
This is a straight HOG, no adventuring around to find parts for potions or door locks, very few mini games. I don't like this sort of game anymore and didn't finish it; however, for it's type, I thought it was good. Background graphics are clean; HOG scenes and objects are photographic rather than hand drawn, and not so dark that you have to fiddle with monitor settings. Most object are appropriate to the theme with few obvious anachronisms. The scenes are a bit junky for my taste, but there's nothing in the game but the HOGs, so maybe that's appropriate. Hints can be increased by finding jack-o-lanterns, and hovering on the hint shows you the silhouette of the item, which is very helpful for finding some things. Their idea of "lace cuffs" for instance was my idea of jabots, and I would never have figured out what a "submersible turtle" was if the silhouette hadn't shown me an orb with antennae. (I would have called it a submarine mine or an oceanographic data collection buoy and would have never put it in a late 18th century setting!) Because of the silhouettes, I think kids could do this one even if they wouldn't know all the items. The theme isn't all that dark, and wasn't scary as far as I went. My 12-yr-old grandson would be bored, because he likes more challenge.
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
 
I used the relaxed mode and was glad I did. I would have failed the timer for sure. The graphics were great. The game provided enough clues to prevent you from becoming stuck (mouse over shape and pumpkin hints). It still took a lot of time to find everything. My only complaint was the script could have been expanded. After you hear the same "scary" line, it becomes irritating. This might only have been because it took a lot of time for me to find all of the hidden items.
 | Added on: October 29, 2009
 
Well all in all it has good graphics but, that is about it. The hints should regenerate somehow instead of trying to find the hidden pumpkin. Also the objects are way too small sometimes to find so I would suggest like a magnifying glass or something of that nature to help out and the puzzles to solve the mystery should be more entailed.
 | Added on: October 23, 2009
 
Even though I have played many similar games, this is in the top three. It´s fairly easy, but still it keeps you coming back. Great graphics and characters with a twist. Simply fantastic.
 | Added on: October 19, 2009
 
I found this game to be quite challenging. Whenever you went into the same place again, there were always new clues to be found. Word of warning, a spooky voice sounds every once in a while. About scared me half to death the first time, lol. Have fun!!!
 | Added on: October 23, 2009
 
It is definitely an interesting game. Every scene keeps you on your toes.
 | Added on: October 19, 2009
 
I tried the game because I love the story of Sleepy Hollow and anything to do with it. This game was not a disappointment. It is much better than your average hidden object game. You get involved because of the story line; and the Headless Horseman commentary is great. It's just spooky enough to get you when you're not expecting it. This is a great, enjoyable game and I highly recommend it.
 | Added on: September 19, 2011
 
Game Style: Strictly HO with a few easy puzzles. I liked the cursor hover silhouettes, and it’s just as well, because the hints are limited and this is a very hard HO. Very. At least I found it so. Being able to finish the chapter with a couple of objects unfound is a good idea. Artwork: Delightful. Clean and crisp. I liked that there was little distortion in the HO scenes. The voice over is so creepy I jumped every time I heard it. The intro and map are pretty basic and don’t indicate just how good the HO scenes really are to watch. Story: There is no real story here; this is not an adventure game. But it held together well, and focussing each chapter on a single suspect was a nice twist. Replay: Only if I was in a mood to be seriously challenged. I haven’t played the timed mode and never would. It’s tough enough already. Flaws: The limited hints make the game harder than many would like. The Tips: Skip between locations when you get stuck in one. It may be you don’t need those last two to continue.
 | Added on: October 29, 2009
 
One of the best hidden object games I've played. It would be nice to have a couple more hints available.
 | Added on: October 30, 2009
 
See something new everytime I play that I didn't notice the first time I played this game. Have replayed it 4 times now.
 | Added on: October 28, 2009
 
Expect to replay. It's fun and involved, You have to really search but it's worth it in the end. Has some twists you don't expect, but if you think you solved it think again. Worth buying and playing. Something I don't think you'll tire of too soon.
 | Added on: October 16, 2009
 
i enjoy challenges. ii thought sleepy hollow was a good challeging game. it does keep your mind going. i wish i could have finished the game. i would never have thought a game that looked like sleepy hollow would be fun or challeging. i will have to pay better attention to games even if they might not look like . thanks for letting me play. debmower@yahoo.com
 | Added on: October 18, 2010
 
It's a nice looking game to be sure. The main problem I had was a lot of items I never heard of before. Stemmed glass, weed hook, etc. Hard to find something if you don't know what you're looking for. The other gripe is the annoying voice that cuts in every 30 seconds or so to tell you that you're doomed. I suppose it's trying to be scary but I just found it annoying. HO fans will probably overlook these things but I moved on to a different game. Call it a case of Funpass A.D.D.
 | Added on: October 21, 2009
 
I liked it alot, I just wish that there was more to the storyline and the gameplay was a little too repetitive
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
 
man this was creepy, yes this is your basic find an item game but the added puzzles inside the level play instead of after was a great idea more of them would be even better. The voice of Hessian popped in every now and again and sent shivers down my spine, worse if i had surround sound , the more random clicks the more he spoke. I haven't read the story of sleepy hollow, so i'm not to sure how close to the original story the intro and the characters are but if it is close this would be a great way of teaching the litterary classics to the next generation, i just which that the trial period hadn't ended because i didn't find out what happened to Lady V, so it looks like i either have to buy the game of find a copy of the book so i can find out. To sum it up i absolutely loved it.
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