This is the first in the Ravenhearst series of hidden object mystery games. I found it to be both mediocre and provocative at the same time. The graphics were pretty much the standard antique puzzles, and the sound just background noise, not unlike something ripped from one of those “Sounds of Halloween” CDs. At least there was no distracting music, and it was playing low in the background. The thing that kept me hooked to the game was the storyline. We have been sent to investigate the disappearance of a young woman from Iowa that occurred at Ravenhearst over a century ago. She came to England to work as a teacher, and got caught up in the world of high society and romance, then she was gone, but her diary has been found, and we are going to search the manor room by room to find clues and figure out what happened to Emma from Iowa.