Is it just me, or am I the only one addicted to the Mystery Case Files (MCF) series here? Haha! Anyways, no matter. Let me enlighten you on the hours of joy that the series has brought me. If you are a fan of Hide and Seek slash Puzzle Games, then this series is made just for you.
First on the line of the MCF games is Huntsville. Wonder why I reviewed it just now? Because I have just gotten off playing it, having downloaded it only yesterday night! Haha! This was a huge mistake on my part, playing all the others before I played Huntsville. The MCF creators can't help but get better all the time, so I kind of got bored with playing this. But I promise not to compare this to the other MCF series as this game has its own unique characteristics that none of the others in the series has.Don't get me wrong when I said that I got bored with it, though. The graphics are as usual, eye-popping excellent, the background sounds are designed to get you in the mood of the game and the objects that you have to find are cleverly blended within the scenes that you have a hard time looking for it, which makes the game very challenging to play.
You, as the detective, is assigned to solve who are behind the crime sprees happening all over Huntsville. There are 15 cases in all, including the Big Boss level. Every time you solve a case, you move up a rank, from being a mere Flatfoot, to being a Master Detective! First you look for clues within certain Huntsville places, and then you identify the crook behind the crime by solving a picture puzzle at the end of the level.I think there was a time in my life when I was not addicted to PC games, but MCF dragged me into a world of adventure that only MCF can bring, Top job for the MCF creators!