Ravenhill®: Hidden Mystery Game Review

Ravenhill®: Hidden Mystery

Murder Mystery games have always been fun and fascinating to some people, to an extent being interested in these games is really fun!

Here’s what the Ravenhill: Hidden Mystery game has to offer

The game has it’s entire frame developed around a city that used to be well mannered earlier but now has turned into a ghost town! That is the reason the players set out to solve the mystery in Ravenhill. The adventure is full of mystery and “breathtaking events”.

The city is not completely ghosted and players still find some residents dealing with certain circumstances around the city.

So basically you set out to prevent any further damage to this city by solving the mystery behind it.

The game purposely has the story that unravels as you proceed in the game because it binds the player a bit more in the thrill.

Moreover, Ravenhill has quite more positive reviews as compared to any other mystery solving games out there.

Features of the game:

  • Fantastic graphics
  • Serial plot
  • Skill-based challenges with achievement records.
  • Captivating quests
  • Connect and play in teams with your friend

The game has got the music that is spellbinding and will leave you astounded in it for hours, it allows the user to play in teams as well and you can

  • Create your own Avatar
  • Solve the number of puzzles
  • And find lots of hidden surprises as you move with the story.

The game has been nominated for IMGA Awards and has a place in the “Editors Choice” list.

Released in 2018 this game gained its popularity quite quickly.

It is rated 4.6 stars out of 5 stars that is almost 5 stars.

The game offers certain In-App purchases that you can avail here for free.

With more than 100K+ downloads this game is updated with all new features regularly.

 Some of the new updated features include

  • New chapters.
  • New quests, 240 of them.
  • Amazing new locations
  • Well optimized

Apart from this, it is rated for individuals 12+ years of age because of its mystery levels and mild violence.

This sure ain’t the game for kids or weak hearted gamers.

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