The Margrave Mysteries
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 10
  • 600 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 32 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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The Margrave Mysteries 

Help Edwina discover her family secrets with The Margrave Mysteries, an eerie hidden object bundle with two great titles for one low price.

Orphaned at a young age, Edwina Margrave never knew anything about her family. Now on her 20th birthday, she receives a cryptic package that leads her on a thrilling quest to uncover the mysterious truth. In The Secret of Margrave Manor, you'll search a spooky mansion for clues to the whereabouts of Edwina’s grandfather, where your only clue is a strange door with an odd puzzle to unlock. In Margrave Manor 2 - The Lost Ship, use your keen eye for detail to find hidden treasure as you explore the Aurora Dusk, her grandfather's derelict ship that suddenly reappears after ten years - without anyone on board.

Featuring thrilling storylines, gorgeously detailed scenes and endless replayability, this fantastic double feature is loaded with fresh hidden object challenges. Explore over 30 spooky rooms, from the creepy billiards hall in the mansion to the musty and neglected diving room on the abandoned ship. Together, this combo features hundreds of levels and tons of bonus puzzles that will give you hours of riveting gameplay.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of The Margrave Mysteries today, and uncover the stunning secrets of Edwina's mysterious past.

  • Enjoy two thrilling hidden object adventures for the price of one.
  • Embark on a haunting quest to uncover Edwina's family secrets.
  • Search through hundreds of levels in the eerie manor and on the derelict ship.
  • Collect special items, and display them in your own collection room.
  • Play again and again - items change position every time you play.
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Reviews of The Margrave Mysteries
 | Added on: July 20, 2010
Although you usually can't beat two games for the price of one, I would have to give these two a thumbs down. The first one Margrave Manor hurts your eyes, as you strain to find the items in a huge clutter of objects. This game does not transition from screen to screen very smoothly. Even though I have a fast computer, it takes a long time to get to the next screen/level. The second game, Lost Ship (another Margrave), the items are too easy to find and you can only put together so many pieces of torn paper before you go crazy. Again, the transition from screen to screen (or level) takes forever. There are too few items to find and you look for the same ones all the time. Overall, I would have to give these two a poor rating. I don't think I can even finish them without taking a nap between the scenes/level.
 | Added on: January 5, 2010
I enjoyed the two games. Yes, there was alot of reading, but most of it was read to you. The story line was a bit predictable, but overall the game was quite fun.
 | Added on: January 18, 2011
I bought this game after playing Margrave Manor 2: The Lost Ship. I bought it because I had no other way to play Margrave Manor. This review will focus on Margrave Manor, as when I review the Lost Ship I will do so on the other page. This game is too long. You do the same rooms over and over and you search for the same objects over and over. If you run out of time, when the level restarts, all the objects are in different places - that's why I gave it good replay. This game is not kid friendly. The storyline is atrocious. We all have enough of our nasty family secrets, I don't need to play a game and learn about someone else's. Games should be fun, not remind us of what lowlife scumbags humans can be. Now for a very interesting game tip! Most people will not need this tip. I enjoy hidden object games, but I am very bad at them. I ran out of time the first 2 times I tried the very first level. I was frustrated, and ready to give up, but I decided to try "one more time." After I started the level, someone knocked on my door. I brought up the menu so time wouldn't pass, and I went to answer my door. When I came back, I had 5 hints instead of 2. So I left the menu up, and sure enough, every 3 minutes, even while time was not passing to look for items, I got another hint. So I've been able to play it by bringing up the menu and playing another game while waiting on hints, so I can complete each level in the alotted time. The content of Margrave Manor could be condensed into a lot fewer rooms. I do like the free play mode though, but still, finding the same objects over and over .. Oh well. I'll keep playing until I finish the game, just because I can. Then, I'll have my real fun with The Lost Ship. I personally would like to see a hidden object game with Edwina when she was 10. That might be fun.
 | Added on: February 11, 2010
I liked it a lot at first, but after going through all the same rooms over and over and over...OMG it would be a complete bore if it weren't for the story line that kind of keeps you wanting to make it to the end. I'm not there yet but I will get there. I just have to take breaks from it. They could have spiced it up with some interesting puzzles to solve along the way.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
This usually doesn't happen to me when playing a game but I knew pretty much from the beginning I was going to get hooked to this game and become addicted to it. This is one of the best I've ever played on here and I'm no where near being done cause as mentioned this is a great story that is supposed to be done over time... not all at once and I'm sure enjoying this game but do have to take a break from it as I've been playing for several hours now. I feel like I'm a part of the story finding the items, solving the puzzles, putting together the newspaper articles. Lots to do here. As for the dialog I'm normally not one for too much of this but the story is just so interesting to me, I don't mind it a bit. I also played a little bit of the sequel to this just to see what it was like which is just as good. So if you're expecting to finish this quick and/or very challenging then I don't recommend this as most of the items and mini games are pretty easy while I'll admit I did have to use a few hints but nothing overwhelming here. Five star game all the way in my book and hope to see more like it to come. I purchased it immediately after the free trial period was over. Definitely worth the money in my opinion.
 | Added on: January 5, 2010
At first, I thought it was going to be one of these good story game. I was wrong. There are few puzzles in between. The story line was kinda lame and it quickly got boring. The story itself repeats and nothing new ever comes out of it. Not enough spark in the game for me to continue playing. Hardly worth my time!
 | Added on: January 5, 2010
I only played the sequel, but I enjoyed it - lots of different scenes, engaging mini-games, decent story.
 | Added on: December 30, 2009
This is not a is a story and not a very good one. You have to read quite a bit. I played for about 4 minutes and was so bored and tired of reading that I got rid of the game!
 | Added on: January 25, 2010
I don't usually care for them but I followed along and enjoyed the storylines. Some objects were difficult to find which kept my attention and the game interesting. Definitely worth the purchase.
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
Typically when I play a hidden objects game, the story at least pulls me in. This one doesn't. The game-play is quite boring, and you seem to do the same thing over and over. There is no real fun nice mini-games between levels. I might finish this during the time that I'm bored but its unlikely I'll finish both games. If you are unsure on this game and you do Not have fun-pass try the 1-hour trial first. You might be glad you did.
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
this is probably the most boring game that i have ever played. it goes on and on forever and you never really get anywhere. there is a lot of reading and the puzzles are not very original. not worth it.
 | Added on: January 6, 2010
These are wonderful, long, involved games which tell stories. The music is original and simply beautiful and the gameplay goes on forever. It is my favorite hidden object game. It is not to be played all at once, but over a long period of time. I higly recommend it to anyone with patience in uncovering old mysteries.
 | Added on: October 18, 2010
This game is actually closer to boring than to relaxing, but boring isn't a slider option. There is no real satisfaction to going from level to level, and the cartoonish story line leaves me cold. There isn't much of a challenge. I don't even remember if I finished the whole 60 minutes of free trial. I suggest you don't buy it until you try it.
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