Mystery Case Files: Fate's Carnival

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Mystery Case Files: Fate's Carnival
Developer(s) Big Fish Studios
Publisher(s) Big Fish Games
Series Mystery Case Files
Platform(s) Windows, Mac OS X
Release date(s) November 26, 2013
Genre(s) Adventure, puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution Download

Mystery Case Files: Fate's Carnival is an adventure-puzzle casual game developed by Big Fish Studios and distributed by Big Fish Games. It is the tenth installment in the Mystery Case Files series and was released on November 26, 2013.[1]

Plot[edit]

The player returns to the carnival grounds which were the setting of Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate, an earlier game in the series, in order to help Madame Fate's spirit, and to assist various of the carnival workers who have been imprisoned or trapped and with Madame Fate's cat, Isis, to help even the odds.

The player is confronted by Alister Dalimar, father of Charles Dalimar (the primary antagonist of the Ravenhearst storyline). Throughout the game, it turns out that Alister is trying to have himself a new earthly body with no human weaknesses. As the player rescues most of the carnival workers, he/she heads off to put an end to Alister's ambition for good. In the end as Alister tries to finish it off, the detective ends his life by stabbing his black heart inside the book with a single silver badge, and everything returns to normal.

Through the bonus content, the player is asked by Madame Fate's spirit to help free her soul from captivity. Throughout the altered carnival after Dalimar's end of life, the player finally freed Madame Fate's soul, which went off to rest in peace, with Isis, thanking the player, following her from behind.

The secret room bonus tells us the next sequel to another mystery that's about to happen, as the detective decides to return to Dire Grove once again.

Gameplay[edit]

The game use hidden-object & point-&-click gameplay.

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