Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull
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Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull

ArtbegottiOver the last four years, the Mystery Case Files series has provided countless hours of tricky hidden object hunts, mind-boggling puzzles, and an ever-evolving storyline taking you to a haunted manor, a doomed carnival, and back by the stroke of midnight. And while you've been taking commands from The Queen (Seriously), numerous copycats and spin-offs have proven that the Mystery Case Files series is a force to be reckoned with. Today, we humbly join that list of copycats.

Well, E for Effort, right?

To celebrate the launch of the release of Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull Standard Edition, we're giving away free copies of the game all weekend long, but only if you can conquer a brutal challenge. Below you will find a little hidden object puzzle we've created to absolutely boggle your mind. We feel this puzzle is so difficult that over 90% of all people who attempt it will fail. Feast your eyes on this impossibility:
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Can you find...?

  • Two horses
  • Two snowflakes
  • Two hockey players
  • An elephant head
  • A fish on the line
  • A roll of six
  • A full house

...Okay, fine, so it's a really easy puzzle. We never claimed to be professionals at this sort of thing. That's just one more reason to give credit to the folks who make these games.

To play, simply send us an email containing the locations of each of the items listed, using the letter-number coordinates as a guide. For example, if we were to ask you to find the soccer ball, you'd submit "Soccer ball: C4" as one of your answers. If an item stretches into more than one section, list all of the sections it applies to. There are a total of ten items to find, so make sure you have a set of coordinates for each answer.

When you've found everything, send to us an email including: 1) your answers, 2) your Casual Gameplay account name, and 3) a statement that you are at least 13 years of age or older, and send it to: 13thskull@casualgameplay.com. Send us your entry as soon as you can. One entry per person, please. We will be randomly selecting winners from the correct submissions all weekend long to receive a coupon for a free copy of Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull Standard Edition!

29 Comments

Ooh, more contests! I can't say no to free games.

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pick me! pick me!! pleeeeeze! i am going out of my mind from all this winter.

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kingjulien86 Author Profile Page January 7, 2011 9:54 PM

Oooooooh that was fun! I would definitely enter more contests like that.

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DragonDame Author Profile Page January 7, 2011 10:16 PM

I am amused by the geekiness of this picture. I half expected the boggle pieces to be in Klingon or something lol. But this just further proves how awesome this site is! Also, I love these contests!

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Well made! It was fun trying to find all the objects!
This could be entire new sub-genre of HOGames. Home made, indie, free like the flash games.. Jig could make a competition.. Oh, the possibilities! 8-O

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Hmm...Something for the next Game Design Contest, perhaps?

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Congratulations priorit! Your entry was chosen as our first winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

Check back for our next winner. :)

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Wow, a winner already? I'm just getting around to sending my entry. I was having trouble finding one of the things, but I got it now.

Congrats, Priorit!

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that was fast! When I got it I thought maybe everyone wins automatically :)

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Congratulations DragonDame! Your entry was chosen as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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My entry's in. One of those items was a little tricky to find!

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Toys and games, toys and games, and...nail clippers???

I also found Jay. Nice touch. Thanks for the fun!!

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fish on a line... made me smile :)

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curiousgeorgie Author Profile Page January 8, 2011 2:48 AM

I finally found that second horse! Well, I'm not entering since I already won something last time, but that was a fun little puzzle :)

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So, did someone just have all this stuff lying around? :P
Fun times to be had!

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Just entered with my solution, it's a nice one indeed! Relatively easy, but elegant and fun nonetheless! Can't find 'Jay' though, like esoteric mentioned.

Although, I did find something far-fetched that might be 'Jay'. Is it 'tweeting'?

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Congratulations adzy432! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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I found Jay, amazing addition! Haha.

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DragonDame Author Profile Page January 8, 2011 3:43 PM

Oh, wow I wasn't expecting to win anything! That was a fast response because I just sent in my entry last night. Thanks Jay!

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Congratulations Swoopie! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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Hey, thanks very much Jay!! That was a pleasant surprise in my mailbox! Hope the game won't keep me from sleeping too much (it's 11 PM here in NL) ;-)

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Congratulations Godzuki! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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The title of the picture amused me. ;)

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Congratulations susi123! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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imperfectsunder Author Profile Page January 8, 2011 11:17 PM

I'm so excited for this!!

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Congratulations jwjohnsen! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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Congratulations monkey66! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

Check back later for our next winner. :)

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Congratulations BuckyBoy! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

Check back later for our next winner. :)

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Congratulations PaperCutNinja! Your entry was chosen at random as our next winner! Your free game has been sent to the email address you used to enter the contest.

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