It was Colonel Mustard in the Library with a pipe

By Mir
October 29, 2007
Category Hot Hot Hot!

Want a free game? (No, it’s not Clue. That’s just what I immediately thought of when I saw this.)

Surf on over to Big Fish Games and download Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst for just 99 cents. (Follow the directions there. You’ll be using coupon code RAVENHEARST99.) Offer is good through October 31st, 2007.

I’ve gotten some other Big Fish games on deals before and they’re loads of fun. And it’s hard to beat a game for under a buck.

(Thanks, Kelli!)


  1. Thanks, Mir. Can you or someone please elaborate on this game? What ages is it appropriate for. I’m afraid I have no clue (no pun intended) about these online game things. But I have an 8 year old boy & a 4 year old girl. We desperately need something for her – she’s taking a computer class at daycare.
    PS – I ordered the fleece sheets from Amazon Friday sale – thanks for the tip – I’ve been waiting for those to go on sale!

  2. Oh, man. I finished one of the Mystery Case Files games in one weekend. It’s so addicting. At the end, it tells you how long you took to finish. It was then that I realized I had completlely fizzled away SIX AND A HALF HOURS of my life in two days. And it was FUN. 🙂

  3. Run, do not walk, to get this game. I actually bought it last year when it first came out. It is very similar to I-Spy but you can play it over and over and over….and we do. I also have MCF: Huntsville which is much easier. I can’t wait for the next MCF to come out

  4. Well this thing is addictive, thank you very much.

    I did notice when I was clicking around the game to make sure it was going to save where I left off when I exit that if you click on the link for the Strategy Guide it’ll take you back to their website where you can get the strategy guide for free until the 31st. It’s got the coupon code listed (FREEGUIDE) on the page.

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