The storyline is set in the 1920s about the mystery surrounding a suspicious death in Warwick Manor where the ghost guides a group of psychics to uncover a murder, as well as the location of the murder and the weapon used, only with the help of the visual clues. You can play the game in, either way, i.e. you can play your part as a ghost of the murdered individual, or you can be one of the psychics who try to solve the murder mystery. The game really gets interesting as the psychics try to reconstruct all the events and happenings that took place at the murder time.
As stated beforehand, the player (ghost) will get a hint from the psychic only in the form of visual cards which would be displayed during the game. The amazing graphics and the artistic work make the game more interesting. The helping cards point to the specific character or location, you just need to view the card in-depth to understand and get the correct details so that is the only way you can solve the mystery.
The gameplay has been designed stage wise, like, in the first turn, the ghost will send the vision of the suspect; however, if you get it wrong, then the ghost will show another vision card to give you an additional chance. Upon identifying the suspect correctly, you will be taken to another level to identify the correct location; once you guess the correct location, a vision card will appear to guess the murder object. If you get all the three things correct, then the ghost will send up to seven cards to show how much time and how many guesses it took to identify the correct cards.
The final showdown takes place when a set of new vision cards will appear to match all the three; culprit, location and murder weapon correctly. If you match them all correctly, you won – else you will lose the game.