The Wisbey Mystery

For many years locals have avoided the manor by the woodside. Its dark and dilapidated walls keep a terrible secret about the unsolved murder of the sheriff and his wife. The mystery continues when a young journalist, writing a story about the incident, disappears under murky circumstances. Maybe the maniac's diary he found earlier has something to do with it... Solve the manor's mystery and save the journalist before it's too late!


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Especially I liked the story to Tales of Terror: House on the Hill Collectors Edition children. I did not play with the sound on. It is much appreciated. No lip-sync. I don't need whistles and bells to enjoy a good game. That's why I play Hidden Object Games! I'm very much enjoying this game. Also sometimes there was no hint at all in Expert all you got was a reminder to refer to the map. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nfloyd from Simply good fun, Hidden object game. Having to click on the "X" in upper right to get out of a screen close-up or inter-active is a very time consuming and unnecessary step that prolongs progression. I love the games. It was an ok game. It seemed short but had a healthy dose of adventuring and I really liked the artwork that reminded me of Victorian style. The story line The Wisbey Mystery game play was simple; Wisbey Mystery fits this specification to a Mahjong Towers Eternity. It is recommended for those who want to take your time exploring the mysterious house Wisbey.

All in all - not a bad game and certainly not worth the poor reviews others have given it - I recommend you try it yourself and not just take others' opinions. Graphics were average. Story is complicated and intriguing. Had a lot of fun playing this game : Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by FishyFemale from A Short Game That's More of an Adventure I was really enjoying this game all the way through and was surprised when it seemed to suddenly stop. I was looking for a hidden object game that was easy on the brain and low tension for those times I needed to maintain low stress levels. Most of the puzzle is in figuring out where to go next and what to pick up and use. I would love to play more games like this one. It develops a mild stretched look, but nothing very noticeable. The flower puzzle was the most difficult. The storyline is plausible. Yes, it is quite a short game compared to some but that said, I did enjoy it. On the 3rd try and 3rd time the hammer disappeared i gave up and uninstalled. Music is totally separate.

I Fables of the Kingdom II Delightful Escapist Game! The story line and game play was simple; Wisbey Mystery fits this specification to a "T". Had a lot of fun playing this game : Mahjong Gold published: Rated 4 out of 5 by FishyFemale from A Short Game That's More of an Adventure I was really enjoying this game all the way through and was surprised when it seemed to suddenly stop. Running about was part of the fun challenge as gamers are actually making progress. No lip-sync. But, what I like most about this game is that it is basically all adventure game play, trying to solve a murder mystery. On occasion, their translator fouls up. Just 2 or 3 easy mini-games. I saw the notes fly The Wisbey Mystery and go somewhere, so maybe there was one. Although there are few HOG's, I don't recall minigames of the stupid and intrusive sort. I never play the games for that reason I play just to be entertained and that's what I get is entertainment. Once again GameHouse, I thank you for the service you provide for us. The accents are refreshings.


Items--and there were many--are found and utilized quickly. But the game isn't worse than those games. Lots of plus items to join together and find where they fit. Once again GameHouse, I thank you for the service you provide for us. I never play the games for that reason I play just to be entertained and that's what I get is entertainment. Voices are horrible, it jumps scenes all the time. Programmers need to go back and tweak it a bit before re-releasing. Having to click on the "X" in upper right to get out of a screen close-up or inter-active is a very time consuming and unnecessary step that prolongs progression. I didn't even mind having to put together the stupid locks. The graphics were good, the hidden object scenes were fair too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nfloyd from Simply good fun, Hidden object game. Story is complicated and intriguing. It is much appreciated.

I have only come across a few HOS, which I enjoy. Thank you! So enjoy this one it will be one of my favorites now. I don't want to say this is the only type of game I like, but I prefer this sort to minigame after minigame. The Wisbey Mystery is a fine escapist game. Once again GameHouse, I thank you for the service you provide for us. I never play the games for that reason I play just to be entertained and that's what I get is entertainment. Although there are few HOG's, I don't recall minigames of the stupid and intrusive sort. I liked it. There were no mini games at all. Game only seemed short because gamers didn't have to spend an inordinate amount of time wasting hours seeking items. There are a lot of rooms in the house and a couple areas outside that have lots to do so it's the usual back and forth with acquiring the tools needed to progress. I saw the notes fly of and go somewhere, so maybe there was one. The story "believable" this is based on the demo and I definitely are going to get this game. The story line and game play was simple; Wisbey Mystery fits this specification to a "T".

Running about was part of the fun challenge as gamers are actually making progress. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nfloyd from Simply good fun, Hidden object game. It was a pretty good story though, and the graphics were good. It is going to be a very long six months to a year for recovery. You also have windowed. Programmers need to go back and tweak it a bit before re-releasing. I did not play with the sound on. There were no mini games at all. Afterwards, all progress came to a sudden halt. I saw the notes fly of and go somewhere, so maybe there was one. All in all - not a bad game and certainly not worth the poor reviews others have given it - I recommend you try it yourself and not just take others' opinions. I always like it when real items figure prominently in graphics, just because I like the way the look. Thanks to the hard working developers for a job well done and BFG. It was an ok game.

11 thoughts on “The Wisbey Mystery

  1. The Wisbey Mystery is a fine escapist game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Beadfisher from Brava! It seemed short but had a healthy dose of adventuring and I really liked the artwork that reminded me of Victorian style.

  2. The Wisbey Mystery is a fine escapist game. Thank you! Most were like riddles, as in "oh, I can see why might think that was an appropriate word", but one was for "troll," and ended up being a fishing-lure. It seemed short but had a healthy dose of adventuring and I really liked the artwork that reminded me of Victorian style.

  3. My only recommendation would be to have the English language proof read before final release. There are a lot of rooms in the house and a couple areas outside that have lots to do so it's the usual back and forth with acquiring the tools needed to progress. Once again GameHouse, I thank you for the service you provide for us.

  4. I love the fact that there are no puzzles to distract from the game. Having to click on the "X" in upper right to get out of a screen close-up or inter-active is a very time consuming and unnecessary step that prolongs progression. Story is complicated and intriguing. It was an ok game.

  5. HOPS - 5 straightforward wordlists. I am now ten weeks post-op open heart surgery. My only recommendation would be to have the English language proof read before final release.

  6. The storyline is plausible. I would love to play more games like this one. I recommend! Sound carries all the effects and ambience.

  7. Afterwards, all progress came to a sudden halt. Just 2 or 3 easy mini-games. No lip-sync.

  8. The flower puzzle was the most difficult. The gentle pace and feel of the game was enjoyable. I was looking for a hidden object game that was easy on the brain and low tension for those times I needed to maintain low stress levels. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nfloyd from Simply good fun, Hidden object game.

  9. Sound carries all the effects and ambience. Thank you! The Wisbey Mystery is a fine escapist game. All objects you need are readily available and clearly marked.

  10. Having to click on the "X" in upper right to get out of a screen close-up or inter-active is a very time consuming and unnecessary step that prolongs progression. I would assume that the creators of this may speak a different language than English. Yes, the voices suck - they sound vaguely Scandinavian but if they bother you that much turn the sound off.

  11. It was really pleasing to explore the different rooms and see the story unfold. Lots of plus items to join together and find where they fit. Just 2 or 3 easy mini-games. Running about was part of the fun challenge as gamers are actually making progress.

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