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Midnight Mysteries: Devil on the Mississippi

Average Rating 36 player reviews ( 4.3 out of 5.0 )

A ghostly riverboat brings to light a new conspiracy!

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Game Description

Mark Twain's ghost has come to you seeking help from an evil that has been stalking him in the afterlife. Trace the steps in Twain's past that led to a lifetime of anguish. Twain's passion for literary history reignites a controversial debate about the true identity of Shakespeare; the age-old question resurrects a series of malevolent characters. After waking an unexpected evil, Twain sets about to rid his time of the darkness, but the plot only thickens. With Twain’s help, you have to unravel the connections to try and set history straight while dangerous forces loom. Who wrote the works of Shakespeare? And just how did Mark Twain get caught up in a strange Elizabethan rivalry all those years later? Find out in this Midnight Mystery!

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  • by galet09 on Jan 19, 2014

    Even though hidden object is not my favorite genre, this was a very good game and I actually completed it. Good mini games, gameplay, hint system with the bird giving you extra plus finding 4 leaf clovers too and the graphics were superior. Wish more h.o. games were this good. See more See less

  • by bluevapo on Dec 28, 2012

    A very good game overall. Graphics are excellent, mini games are mostly interesting, though you can skip. Gameplay is fairly straightforward, though it's useful to be able to consult the built in walkthrough now and then. The storyline is interesting and hangs together, although a bit hard to follow at first if you're not American. And for us Brits, the constant reference to Sir Walsingham grates. Either plain Walsingham, or Sir Francis, please. If you have several lifetimes to spare, you can also collect ravens for Hints, and shamrocks for their own sake. Then there is the bonus chapter, which finishes off the story neatly. If you like Mark Twain, then this is the game for you. See more See less

  • by anonymous on May 30, 2012

    I'm not usually one to sit and play Hidden Object Games but this one kept me at it none-stop! I found the story to be very engaging, the scenery is very well illustrated and the interaction with items and the environment made sense (unlike some where you have to click on the EXACT pixel). Very well worth a play through! The only thing I felt it lacked was voicing, otherwise definitely check this one out. See more See less

  • by Griddlebone on May 04, 2012

    Better than average HOG/adventure game. I've read the huge 1st volume of MT's autobiography and it was interesting how they pulled facts from his life and built a fictional story around them. Graphics were good. Objects were easy to find but not trivially easy. Hint function leads you right to what you need to do - none of the 'nothing to do here' messages. Not sure what a black cat scare is because I never had one. You need to find 70 clovers. I looked hard and found 83 but there are supposedly 100 in the game - some of them are well hidden! There's a trophy for winning the pool game with one shot. It took me about 45 shots. May be awhile before I get that one. Overall, enjoyable and I will play it again for the unlimited HOG feature and to try and get those trophies. See more See less

  • by anonymous on Apr 25, 2012

    Great game. Got all of no where onit but a waste of time. Download if ya like useing hints for your every move. than you can unload like i have done. See more See less

  • by keyser13 on Apr 14, 2012

    Great Game. Great Story. Couldn't stop playing. Clicking on crows gets you hints. Easy to find. I had 19 crows left. Didn't have sound on. If you need help look in the book. See more See less

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