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  1. Jun 21, 2013
    The game had the most basic story that only served the purpose of getting you from one scene to the next. You had a certain number of items to find over a certain number of scenes, with a set given number of hints. You'd go like this from case to case until you solve the bland story. What helps make up for it is the story is comedic, and doesn't take itself seriously (the main person related to the storyline is a wealthy man named "Phil T. Rich," if that gives you a clue). Other than that, the sounds and music were nice as well as the scenes. The actual item finding was decent fun too. Overall, it was an enjoyable game for what it is. Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 28 Critics

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 28
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  1. 77
    Mystery Case Files might be lacking in personality (sorry, bad puns don't equal personality), but it is an engaging diversion.
  2. 80
    Difficulty notwithstanding, Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir is a delightful game.
  3. 58
    The meat (and, hell, the bones, too) of this game is comprised of one thing: searching for a series of hidden objects. At first, this is fun in a Highlights for Children sort of way, but once you realize that it's practically all you do, it starts to get as exciting as finding your lost remote in your messy apartment.