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It’s a great game. I’ve read a lot of the reviews and responses. I appreciate both sides. It’s frustrating and sometimes if you can’t break your personal best, you end up giving up paying for power ups. It’s the nature of any good game out there. The good thing is that you actually can pay your way past a level. With that said, everyone needs to realize that there’s NO annoying ads here. No pop up after each level. That’s one thing I’ve always LOVED about the playrix games. They’re beautiful and uncluttered with ads. Because of that, I’m willing to pay for power ups. A game has to make money somehow right? I’ve been hooked since Fishdom. I do wish there would be times of unlimited lives, groups to join (home and garden scapes) to ask for lives and win contests, and maybe some side adventures (like the dog training courses) as well. I also wish there was a way to choose levels of difficulty. Easy, medium, difficult. That might curb the feeling of being always trapped where you are. Thank you for having clean and beautiful games. I love that they’re ad free and fun. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
This game is definitely not a little kids game. The short time limits can be more frustrating than fun. 1 minute time limits when you’re searching for objects based on just the silhouette are difficult. If the time limit is going to be 1 minute then the objects should be more noticeable in the scene. It’s almost impossible if you don’t have any tools to use. Also, so much time is wasted if you have to zoom in and then zoom out to see the next item on your list or if the item name is not a commonly know term. For those 1 minute challenges, I would like to suggest letting players study the scene for 10-15 seconds before the timer starts. Another suggestion I have for this game is to let players accumulate more than 50 energy and let the energy replenish at a faster rate. Difficult scenes means that you can only try 5 times and you’re pretty much done, unless you’re able/willing to pay for more time or energy. I like this game but running out of energy and having to wait so long to try again is making the game less fun each time I play it. Trying to find the objects is the best part of this game and it’s easy to lose track of time while playing. For future updates, please consider letting players replenish energy faster and accumulate more energy so they can have more continuous play. Thanks!
I made sure to play this game for a while before I rated it, so as to give a completely fair rating. The game is entertaining, the story is interesting although not the best I’ve ever seen in a game, and the hidden object scenes are hard, but doable as long as you pay attention & don’t panic. HOWEVER, the scenes do have one flaw, and that is that sometimes, items are not named properly. For example, a netsuke is NOT A BUDDHA STATUE. I cannot stress this enough, in a hidden object game, items NEED to be properly named, or you don’t have a chance of getting through the scene in time. Either name things properly, or stop timing the scenes, not both. In this age of Google, there’s no excuse for misnaming something, none at all. Also, the payout ratio is completely unfair, let’s be honest, 10-18 coins per scene, but to refill your hints is as much as 3800 coins? That is a ridiculous rate, and an obvious giveaway that the game is in essence a cash grab, which you would think companies would understand by now does the exact opposite, makes me not want to spend a penny, ever. I pay for games that give me value for money, not ones that back you into a corner & try to mug you
Before I downloaded this game, I looked at the reviews and people were saying that it was super hard and I shouldn’t get it but I tried it anyway. At first I wasn’t sure about what it was going to be like but then it got really addicting. I’m glad that this isn’t another match 3 game cuz there’s too many of those. I haven’t gotten far but I’ve gotten far enough to realize that that it gets very challenging. I like having to play something and feel challenged. I really like this game but I sometimes spend way too long trying to do one level. I think that some of the objects are way too hidden but eventually I can complete the level. The only thing that I would change is the time limit. You could maybe give the more difficult ones a bit more time and the easier ones less time. Sometimes I fail the level with only one item left and if I had enough gold or enough time I could find it but anyway...I really like this game but it could use just a few tweaks.
This game is so much fun at first. No ads are displayed and it is fun to go through these levels and build the manor back up. As this can definitely be a free to play game, though I have spent some money to support the game and get some goodies. I had so much fun building up the first section of the house, once I got into the other room and started working on Totems, the difficulty level spiked so high, that it is no longer that fun to play. You hop in, spend all 50 energy to beat levels with fog (which is the most aggravating mechanic), you need to find even more items with the same time limit and the addition of hard and harder levels is a bit much. You cannot bypass these levels and sometimes they can take 5-8, or more attempts. You cease building up the manor because you aren’t passing levels and it really slows down. These devs seem active so I am hoping to see some changes to the difficulty and the removal of fog and for hard and harder levels to become optional instead of mandatory. I play mostly on an iPhone so perhaps it is best made for an iPad. Hope some changes are made because I really enjoyed the game.
Developed by the Playrix,
Manor Matters has 2 748 user reviews.
Manor Matters has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Manor Matters (1.6.4) was released on May 21, 2020.
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Welcome to Castlewood — an old manor full of mysteries! Why is it abandoned? What’s hidden behind the tapestry? Is
the manor really haunted?
Inspect and renovate rooms, find curious artifacts from all over the world, and unravel the secrets of this thrilling location together with Carl, your charming assistant! Are you ready to step inside? They left the door open for you… come on in!
● Explore stunning scenes to find hidden objects and earn stars
● Try your detective skills with a variety of modes and items
● Restore the manor to make its interiors strikingly beautiful
● Search for ancient treasure, unlocking rooms to get more clues
● Delve into an intriguing storyline with a wide cast of characters
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