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Mystery Case Files: Harbinger (Hidden Object Game)

Gab Smolders
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  1. hey Gab can u check out the Cube escape/rusty lake games please? i think u'd like them!

  2. This brings back so many memories but I'd really love to see you play MCF Dire Grove. That used to be one of my favorites and I haven't played in or seen it in years.

  3. 5th of November in the UK is bonfire night. Other names are Guy Fawkes night and Fireworks night. It's to celebrate our parliament not getting blown up. Guy Fawkes had gathered tons of gunpowder and had placed it all under the houses of parliament in the hope of destroying the building and the MPs that were having a meeting at the time. Luckily his plan got foiled and that is why we celebrate. Its actually quite comical how his plan failed and I do recommend that you all look it up. It's some proper weird British history. 💗💗🤣

  4. gab u r so cute
    BIGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG KISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

  5. The music in this really reminds me of batman the animated series

  6. Around the 24 minute mark, is that cat a caracal? Cuz it looks like one.

  7. As a big fan of Hidden Object Games and the Mystery Case Files series, I would love to see you do more of this!

  8. Please play Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War – Zombies

  9. I just noticed i have the exact same necklace as Aisling. (The chain is different but the hanging this is the exact same) and nobody can tell me what it is or what it means. 😂

  10. Everything in the recipe looks edible so I wonder if that recipe can be reenacted. The game had a lot of folk lore that I was able to recognize so maybe they did research on her recipe too. Grape, Pine cone jelly, rose, and the spices. The spices were anise, Cinnamon, and I don't know the yellow or green

  11. I love how dutch and german (my native language) are very similar <3
    In german nettle is Brennnessel (basically Brenn = burn or burning/stinging and Nessel = nettle) :3
    I've noticed that dutch, swedish, finnish, and german are very similar languages.
    One time, I watched a movie in swedish (a friend of mine is trying to learn swedish so she watches a lot of movies in that language and I joined her) and I managed to understand about 30-40% of it without speaking one word swedish xD
    But yes, I do get what you mean: There are some things you never really use when you're not speaking your first language.

    Anyway: I love your content and you made me fall in love with HOGs, so thank you so so much <3
    I hope you have a wonderful day :3

  12. I am todays years old when I discovered that Pinecone Jam was thing. (Does anyone know if it's good?)

  13. Every time Gab sees a cat in video games:
    "kitty" 😀
    big grin appears on face

  14. I gotta say Gab, I’m really glad you do hidden object games! A fan of them myself, some of them can pretty damn good! Have you thought of doing different types of a hidden object game? Like Secret Society? Where do you get your hidden object games, Big Fish? G5?

  15. Darkmoor is not a good place to live in even i would want to leave that creepy town

  16. just realized, you played this on my birthday lol thats cool

  17. i love how theres references to the other games in here

  18. lol its the dial up sound from when you connect to the internet by phone line a long time ago lol

  19. 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  20. I could legit watch you play these forever

  21. congrats on 500k subs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You rock Gab!!!!! now you can eat cookies mmmm!

  22. I've never seen this type of let's play on youtube before and I never know how much I needed it. Love how you let the chat help you, =)

  23. Hidden Objects Games are so fun, you know artifex mundi

  24. Aisling is an Irish name. Ash-ling is how to pronounce it. You can tell its irish from the fact it has letters that you wouldnt usually put together hahaha.
    Banshee is from Irish myth as well, Bean Sídh – Fairy Woman (ish)
    Female spirited that if heard wailing is a sign that one of her relatives is about to die.
    I also find it interesting that Aisling looks like Hibernia, Hibernia is a very old name for what is now Ireland but Hibernia is personified in paintings as a redhaired woman usually standing in nature with a green dress on.

  25. wonder will gab get the skeleton with the hair for her next tattoo lol

  26. The Ravenheart Storyline is actually quite a few games long, Im currently playing Mystery Case Files: Escape from Ravenheart.

  27. Haven't played MCF for a while the last one I played was Shadow Lake.. I wonder what happened to this franchise graphic's not photorealistic anymore which I always prefer.. it's like a downgrade

  28. That snake scared the heck out of me 😭😭 regardless of my almost heart attack- I love these games so much 😍😍

  29. Gab's HOG series introduced me to these types of games! I've been playing them ever since I watched the first video 🙂 they're so fun ❤️

  30. Now THIS is the kind of pro gaming content I've been waiting for.

  31. Helo Gab Smolders welkom let's go wet de Beautiful game freind 🤓✌️👍👌🤩✔️

  32. If I remember correctly – Valerian root used to be used to calm seizures (like AGES ago before modern medicine).

  33. Aisling is an Irish name. No one except americans call irish "gaelic". The irish for Irish is Gaeilge though which is probably where they got it from. XD

  34. the way theres super serious deaths in this game surrounded by cutesy toys and circus games

  35. I still don’t know what happened to that policeman after sidling turned into the banshee

  36. 😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻
    😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹

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