Are you searching for rules Mystery House code? You’ve come to the right spot. Game Mystery House has been published by the Cranio Creations the category of Single player. The game has been rated withstars by players.
Game for ages USK: Ages 12+. Game Mystery House includes 50K+ downloads. Updated version Oct 5, 2021
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Introduction Mystery House.
Mystery House is a boardgame that brings back all the experience and emotions of a real escape room, directly to your home.
Try to control your emotional tension while you explore the three-dimensional rooms that make up the board. Make light in every corner to discover hidden clues and solve puzzles by supporting yourself with the sophisticated companion app.
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New feature in Mystery House.
• Fixed an audio bug that sometimes prevented a clue to be played in The Lost Ship;
• Fixed a missing prerequisite of an interaction during The Lost Ship, which caused a feedback message to disappear;
• Fixed a bug that caused Back to Tombstone savegame to get occasionally corrupted after the Shaman was found;
• Increased the duration of disappearing messages when longer texts are shown;
• Fixed some translations and typos around the whole game;
• Increased readability for Chinese fonts.
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Comment on the Mystery House.
I bought this on a whim because my husband and I love escape room games. After playing both games in this box, we decided it’s a great game that could be so much better with a few minor changes. It feels like it didn’t go through enough play testing before going to production. Some observations: **Spelling mistakes. The last screen proudly pronounces, “The mistery is unfolded!” And in Family Portrait, one of the objects listed is “COAR RACK.” **The penalties are too harsh. For example, in Family Portrait there are several locked doors and keys. If you try the wrong key in a door, you lose 30 seconds of your time. But there’s no indication about which key goes to which door. Or if you’re stuck and don’t know what to do, you’re penalized for trying things that could make sense (the ear is alive? What if I poke it with this sharp sword?) but end up being wrong. Or if you just fat finger what you’re trying to press and hit something else instead. Why have penalties at all? I get that they don’t want people to just guess at answers without figuring things out, but the kind of people who do that aren’t going to be playing these games. We’ve played other escape room games where you’re not penalized for trying, and it’s much less frustrating. It doesn’t add insult to injury and encourages you to keep trying. **You can’t skip clues you don’t need, and you’re penalized for all of them. If I ask for a clue, it might tell me something I already know. But I’m still penalized for it. Again, why have penalties at all? At the end, just note how many clues I used. Or, have an honor system feedback button at the bottom of the clue, which asks something like “Was this helpful?” If the user says “No,” give them the next clue and don’t count the first one against them. **MINOR SPOILER** In Lord of the Labyrinth, the first clue for the minotaur should really have been in the game. All the game tells you is that the minotaur is lost in reflection. How on earth are you supposed to know he’s looking for something? I mean, you could try things, but oh yeah, you’re penalized for that if you guess wrong. **END SPOILER** This game has great potential, and we thought the mechanics were fun and unique. I like that you can reuse the board for other games, and the app integration is clever. For the most part, the puzzles were fun and made sense. I do hope they come out with more games, but I also hope they fix these issues.