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Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident (Wii)
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- Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident (Nintendo Wii)
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Mystery Case Files: Malgrave
Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident is an Puzzle-Action game for play on the Nintendo Wii. The first iteration of the popular Mystery Case Files series to make an appearance on the Wii, Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident brings the same addictive Hidden Object puzzle play fun PC gamers have enjoyed in other games in the series, combined now with the ease of use of the Wii Remote, multiplayer game support*, multiple play modes, multi-layered game environments and more.
You Be the Detective
Something is afoot at the abandoned resort on Malgrave Island and it is up to you to be the detective and solve the mystery. Point the Wii Remote and with the push of a button, explore the island's lush environments and test your wits against the puzzles and obstacles blocking your path in your search for cleverly hidden objects.
Navigate the Twists and Turns of a Gripping Mystery
Malgrave Island has been closed to visitors for years, but Winston Malgrave, the mysterious curator, has requested your help collecting its trademark cure -- all dust -- the key to the survival of his beloved Sara, who is gravely ill. Finding hidden objects to uncover more dust is vital to your progress, but the more you uncover the more you unravel the long-buried mysteries of the island.
Multiple Game Modes
Need help finding hidden items? Other players can join your adventure at any time to help you find the items on your list. When you're ready for more of a challenge, take your friends on in three fun multiplayer modes that will test your eyes and reflexes as you try to earn the title of Master Detective.
Key Bundle Features
- Discover the fun of the popular Mystery Case Files series, on the Wii for the first time
- An infectious blend of found object and puzzle play
- Engage in an interactive mystery designed for you
- Challenge your friends in exciting multiplayer modes* or team up to solve the crime in co-op play
- Use the Wii Remote controller to examine multi-layered hidden-object scenes
Challenging Hidden Object gameplay.
Adventure set in different locations.
Multiplayer game modes.
* Additional controller accessory required and sold separately.
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Top Customer Reviews
Had a lovely note from the seller that really added to the purchase - thank you.
At times the game felt a little slow, but I enjoyed the hidden objects aspects and really enjoyed the frustration of the puzzles. Unlike Professor Layton there is no explanation or clue as to how to solve the puzzle. You have to work out what you've got to do and then solve it. I liked the additional challenge.
The end was a bit disappointing if I'm honest. . .and I was disappointed that the adventure part of this wii game is only available in single player mode. There are multiplayer options but this operates on more of a mini game challenge.
I would definitely recommend this game to people who like hidden object games and puzzles.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Its great but I am stuck at the moment and havent worked out how to proceedPublished 12 months ago by Jane Fox
Good game but recommend it be played on a large screen as it can be hard to find items mentioned in the game play modePublished 17 months ago by david dickson
I thought this might be an alternative to other games my son has but it is way to complicated for my 7 year old. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Juliet Bentley
My kind of game.... If anyone knows any games like this, let me know.Published on 17 Jun. 2015 by GATECRASHER
This is a large game with lots of puzzles that kept me amused for over a week, unlike some games which can be completed in hours. Highly recommend.Published on 9 Jun. 2015 by Handsignals