The wedding bells were ringing the bride and the groom were on their honey moon, and now it time to settle in a huge mansion. The Burtons thought this is a dream house for them and it was, until the toilet seats started opening and closing on their own, drawers slammed back and forth, and green specters appeared in the walls! Rushing to the front door, someone was already in front of them. A small man, Milton Hobblepop, already knew about their problem, and offered his help on banishing the ghosts from the mansion, and so the game begins. You play as the Burtons, and you assist Milton in finding the spectral energy that ghost left behind on some objects. There are 8 areas to investigate, in which every area has a big room, and 3 smaller rooms. When entering one area, or the big room, you have to clean it from the spectral energy left behind by the ghosts, by collecting all of the objects that are listed. Only then can you start the real cleaning. Using the device that can uncover spectral energy, you search with it for the ghosts and after finding them you must click 3 times for Milton to be able to suck one of them in the device. The device works on the principle hot-cold, so you just keep moving it around and you\'ll find them. That\'s all pretty easy, except the hidden object search, because it is a HOG game... The search can become sometimes really intense, and luckily there is the hint tip, but be careful when you use it. It doesn\'t recharge like other hint meters. To fill up the meter you have to find 4 items, to fill the bulbs, or eventually on the end of every room, it recharges by itself. After finding all the items, capturing all the ghosts, then comes the big one, the ghost that owns that room. To fight that ghost, you\'ll have one last riddle to solve: a rebus puzzle that points you to a \"secret\" area somewhere in one of the rooms. Find that location, and you\'re ready for your showdown with the main ghost. Mini-games are the battlefield between the ghost and you, which can be skipped, but I wouldn\'t recommend that. Skipping that part of the game shortens the game itself, and you don\'t get to challenge the ghost and find him his everlasting peace, it\'s more fun that way... Also be very careful of how many times will you mis-click, or something very unpleasant can happen to you. The game has a very nice touch as for the graphic details. Take a carton look, with a very nice render of details, and you come up with this quality of graphics. Besides an excellent story this is also one of the things that the game makers can be proud on. The sound are pretty average, they are not bad at all, but there are a couple of bad accents, but nothing that can take away the glance of the game.