Mystery Case Files: Escape From Ravenhearst
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|Developer(s)||Big Fish Studios|
|Publisher(s)||Big Fish Games|
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|Series||Mystery Case Files|
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|Platform(s)||Windows, Mac OS X, iOS|
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Mystery Case Files: Escape From Ravenhearst is an adventure-puzzle casual game developed by Big Fish Studios and distributed by Big Fish Games. It is the eight installment in the Mystery Case Files series and third installment in the Ravenhearst story-arc. The game is available on the Big Fish Games website, and other games store.
After mysterious disappearances has baffled Blackpool, England, the Master Detective is summoned back to the haunted grounds of Ravenhearst Manor about the case. Very little of the manor has survived the disaster ignited when the Detective disabled Charles Dalimar's immortality machine, but Emma Ravenhearst's ghost appears, warning the detective away, but promising to help if the investigation proceeds.
After inspecting the ruins as far as a nearby lighthouse and the back garden, the Master Detective is flung into an open grave bearing his (or her) own name. When you went into the grave, Victor Dalimar (Charles Dalimar's son), would appear, and after he said the words, "Father would be so very pleased", he would pull unto the headstone, sending you down into a small room with Emma, Rose, Gwendolyn and Charlotte. After that, a mannequin of Charles appears, with a television for a head. He welcomes you back and Informs you that after what the detective did to his home, his "good" son Victor took the device to bring him back to life and he also tells that he needed you to lure his "family" "back home. After that, the four spirits were re-captured and again re-imprisoned into the four rooms, which has places that are in part of Charles' life. Later, The Master Detective sets to work on a steampunk recreation of scenes in Charles' insane life, which the Detective must now relive by solving one puzzle after another. Arriving in an underground antechamber, the Master Detective must watch as the four souls previously rescued from the manor: Emma, Rose Somerset, and her twin daughters Charlotte and Gwendolyn, are re-imprisoned, and restored to living humans as each scene opens. The Detective must participate in recreating Charles's birth, abusive childhood, time of commitment to a mental institution, and the wedding he planned for himself and Emma.
Once the Detective has traveled through Charles's world, the final door opens (via Emma's chamber) to reveal a new subterranean Ravenhearst Manor with a new immortality device, which was powered by the kidnapped citizens of Blackpool. When you enter Charles and Victor's new subterranean manor, Charles and Victor Dalimar were enjoying their "eternal union", with Charles playing the pipe organ attached to their immortality device, and Victor dancing happily. When the master detective went upstairs, Emma, Rose and her twin daughters were imprisoned in each four doors while tied into the life powering device. After that, the Detective must find out on how to shut down the machine. When the Master Detective succeeds in disabling the machine, the device explodes, and Charles and Victor's party is stopped. The result of the explosion caused Charles and Victor's new subterranean manor to be set ablaze, killing them. But before Charles died, he insanely began to curse the detective, saying that he would rise up and watch the detective burn. The grave which sent the Detective down with the four women was somehow set ablazed and Emma, Rose and her twin daughters, Charlotte and Gwendolyn are seen to be brought back to life and they would be thanking you. As Rose said the words, "I Hope This Is The End", The next scene switches to show many Ravens flying through the sky.
- Emma Ravenhearst (Hayley Erickson) - A teacher from Iowa who travelled to Blackpool, England to continue her teaching career. There she met Charles Dalimar, who fell in love with her. He asked her hand in marriage but she refused. Because of that, Charles slowly poisoned Emma to death and imprisoned her soul by burying her body within the manor. In the third game she briefly warns you away at the start and is soon taken prisoner again, and brought back to life near the finale, only to be bound to the Dalimar's immortality machine, but offering a clue to shutting it down.
- Rose Somerset (Mary Kae Lindsey) - Emma's nursemaid and mother of Gwendolyn and Charlotte Somerset. She was kidnapped and imprisoned under the Manor by Charles after the murder of Emma Ravenhearst. He later forced himself upon her, leading to the conception of Victor (a letter to Emma reveals this late in the second adventure). Despite the Detective freeing her before the fire, Dalimar somehow recaptures her, Emma, and the twins again in the antechamber. Her restored body is eventually bound to a new contraption used to keep Charles and Victor alive in their new subterranean manor. She too holds a clue to defeating the Dalimars forever.
- Gwendolyn and Charlotte Somerset (both played by Sarah Roberts) - The twin daughters of Rose Somerset. Like their mother, they were also kidnapped and imprisoned. After an unsuccessful attempt to escape, their souls were also bound to Charles' device, until the Master Detective rescued their souls in Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst. Like Emma and their mother, they warn you away near the start before Victor throws you into the maze. In the final scene, they hold the last clue to destroying all of Charles and Victor's insane works.
- Victor Dalimar (Lee Rahfeldt) -The secondary antagonist of the second and third part of the game. He was the illegitimate son of Charles Dalimar and Rose Somerset. As well as the half brother of Gwendolyn and Charlotte.A very cranky aged man whose age was more than a century, he was the caretaker of the manor before the fire. In this third part of the game, he has succeeded unto restoring his father Charles to life when he returned in 1895 by the use of the time machine he had constructed and restored the puzzles Charles has made. He was last seen dancing in the new subterranean manor while celebrating in restoring the lives of Emma, Rose and the twins.
- Charles Dalimar (Dennis Kleinsmith) - The main antagonist of the Ravenhearst storyline. In the first chapter of the saga, Charles was desperately in love with Emma Ravenhearst, he proposed to Emma Ravenhearst but was turned down. He made a second attempt by building Ravenhearst Manor but was yet again refused. Driven to madness, he slowly poisoned Emma to death, kidnapped her nursemaid Rose Someret as well as her children, and imprisoning their souls to power the machine he devised to keep himself and Emma immortal. Charles later forced himself on Rose, leading to the conceiving of Victor Dalimar. In this third saga, Charles first appears in the antechamber below the Detective's grave on TV sets, taunting the Detective throughout his multiple scenarios. Evidently he was born to a woman dying of disease, physically and psychologically abused by his adopted mother (whom he would later murder), displayed as a freak in Madame Fate's Carnival, and was imprisoned in a mental hospital where his father had once been a patient. All of this was before 1895, when he was mentally stable, but then was rejected by Emma. His distorted, immortal form in Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst slightly resembles Voldemort from the Harry Potter films, but in living form (in the final scene) he looks somewhat like Ralph Fiennes, the actor who played Voldemort, albeit with no hair.
- Mystery Case Files: Fate's Carnival: The story is about the father of Charles Dalimar, Alister Dalimar who release of the prison Madame Fate put him and take control of the Carnival to gain immortality.
- Mystery Case Files: Key to Ravenhearst: The fourth part of the Ravenhearst saga.
- Mystery Case Files Official Site
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- Mystery Case Files: Escape From Ravenhearst Walkthrough
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