Mystery Seekers - The Secret of the Haunted Mansion
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Not specified
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Mystery Seekers - The Secret of the Haunted Mansion 

Rid a manor of spooky spirits in Mystery Seekers - The Secret of the Haunted Mansion, a captivating search for answers.

Ghosts have taken over a mansion and the owner no longer has the power to combat them. Because of this, you've been summoned to help but when you arrive at the mansion, the problem is worse than you had imagined. A dark and eerie mood hangs over the old home with many secrets lying in its wake.

Investigate the house and dispel the spirits to help the owners. Hunt the halls and surroundings to locate useful items and clues around every corner. Play mesmerizing mini-games, solve perplexing puzzles, complete multiple missions, meet intriguing characters, and even combat ghosts to expel them.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Mystery Seekers - The Secret of the Haunted Mansion today!

  • Banish ghosts from an old manor in this spooky Hidden Object search.
  • Hunt the halls and surroundings to locate useful items and clues.
  • Play mesmerizing mini-games such as battling the ghosts.
  • Complete multiple missions while meeting intriguing characters.
  • Please note that you may need to install Direct X to run the game properly.
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Reviews of Mystery Seekers - The Secret of the Haunted Mansion
 | Added on: July 10, 2014
Once I figured out how to work the scrolling hint list, I loved it! The ghost battles was a nice distraction. Overall, the game had various mini-games that kept it interesting. A real keeper game. I plan on creating many profiles so that I can play again and again. The only fault was that the journal did not keep the info on how to use the bombs. I want another chapter!!!
 | Added on: July 23, 2012
Lighting was very dark and objects were very difficult to see. Graphics weren't the best. I found the ghost shooting almost impossible, passed on all but one. The sliding HO list was just an added annoyance, along with the hint button being right next tot he exit button. On the whole, just OK. Not a high reco from me.
 | Added on: July 21, 2012
I had high hopes for this game. It started out very well, with really great videos of real people talking to you and setting up the story. Similar videos were also interspersed throughout the game. To use actors to do this was quite original and added to the enjoyment of the game. Als, the house itself was veery well drawn and quite lovely. The first problem was the cursor - a very bulky half-inch cross-like thingy, which made clicking on what you wanted awkward. The second problem was the HO scenes: a good number of the items were blurry. I couldn't see them even after asking for a hint. I just had to click around in the area until I hit something. And the large cursor didn't help. A third negative was the HO scene items themselves. After the first couple of HO scenes, you didn't have to read the list of what you were supposed to find, because it was 80% the same as before. Fourth, and probably most irritating, were the "ghost battle" scenes. To enter each new room you had to do battle with the ghosts and defeat them. I never figured out how to do that successfully, but at least they allowed you to skip the battles. Another positive, though, was the hint button. If you didn't know what to do next, it would tell you what room to go to. Then, if you needed more help, it would get more specific. And the hint button recharged quickly. This was not a difficult game. The hint button would lead you around by the nose if you needed it. Aside from the poor HO scenes and the bulky cursor, it was fairly interesting until the end. No explanation was given for the ending, but that's not unusual with your average HO/action/adventure game. Overall, I would say the game was worth playing, although it was fairly short.
 | Added on: July 31, 2012
i liked the video portion of this game, but couldn't get into the rest of it. the hint button was helpful. somehow, tho, i found myself not enjoying this game. i even stopped playing and went back to it later, but jst couldn't like it...oh, well, can't love them all...
 | Added on: August 11, 2012
This game was very boring to me.It was hard t find where you are supposed to click and too many icons on the screen made it harder to find anything.
 | Added on: July 21, 2012
this game is very boring. to many things to do before you even get into the house. not very interesting, get bored with it going from room to room without any sense to what you are doing.
 | Added on: July 21, 2012
I actually didn't mind playing this game. I've played better HO games, but I've also played much worse. The hints are extremely helpful and the HO scenes aren't bad. I wish it had been a little longer though. I wasn't really fond of shooting the ghosts (my hand hurt from all the clicking), but you can skip the shooting scenes. I'm just stubborn and didn't want to until the very end when I couldn't click fast enough anymore. There's no harm in downloading the free trial to see what you think of the game, or playing with FunPass.
 | Added on: July 20, 2012
A lot of story that you can't skip. Scenes are not very vivid or exciting. I hardly got into it before I was bored. I don't think I will even finish. Another one that I'm glad I had FunPass so I didn't pay extra for this game.
 | Added on: July 21, 2012
Unlike most reviwers, the ghost shooting didn't really bother me. The "battles" barely took up any time at all -- I just wish some of the time there would be a warning or a "click ready" button once you put a key into a locked door b/c you just go from walking around to clicking furiously. But after about 30 sec, it's over & the game continues. You can skip the ghost battles, so if you don't particularly enjoy them, you don't have to play those parts -- which is a great option the creators (of this game) offers. And warning: at the end, you need to shoot the portal's glowing light, not just the ghosts. But again, if you don't like this, that's the end of the game, so you can just sign off. I enjoyed the other interesting elements (the video dialogue) & other creative/original details - especially b/c it seems like most of these H/O games are all kind of the same. So try it -- & if the ghosts aren't your thing, just skip them!
 | Added on: July 20, 2012
I got tired very quickly of the ghost battles required each time you opened a new room. Basically, you just have to click as fast as you can in one spot and the ghosts fly through there eventually. The videos took up too much of the game. i skipped them all and just read the journal. I think the creator may have thought this would be the highlight of the game, but I would rather just get on with the game. The hidden object screens had a scrolling list at the bottom which meant you had to keep scrolling from side to side to see what to look for. The hints were helpful and recharged quickly. I did play all the way through, but would not recommend purchasing it.
 | Added on: July 20, 2012
Interesting story and characters. Moves right along. Good hint system. British sensibility rather than eastern european so that even though it's a "ghost" story it's more bright and funny than dark and depressing.
 | Added on: July 20, 2012
I enjoyed this game a lot and was disappointed when I finished it. I thought the use of the videos was a clever way of setting up the story and giving the player direction, and the acting and voice overs were not nearly as annoying as some other games. The hint button was a big help when needed, specifically telling you where to go to get the next step. Another feature I appreciated was the ability to zoom in and out of the HO scenes. For those of us with aging eyes, it made finding objects much easier. Generally, you are looking for the same items in different scenes. Some may find that boring, but I liked that once you figured out what an item looked like it made it easier to find the next time. The HO scenes are fairly detailed and sometimes you need to remove one item before you are able to see another.
 | Added on: July 17, 2012
I have played tons of hidden objects games, but I do not like this one. Too many things to do to get to the next stage. Too many doors so you are never going to remember where to go in the game. Needs a much better story line than the one that it has.
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