Honestly this game is considerably bland. I'm not saying that as someone who hates this genre either, I enjoy quite a few of these games, especially a few I picked up cheaply from Big Fish (which are what I will be comparing this game too.)
First we can start of with some of the major issues with the game;
There is next to no indication of areas you can travel to, I spent a good while of my gameplay being stuck all because I couldn't find the correct pixel on the screen to get to the right area.
Going from that, items are very picky about being placed in the right place. A good example being early in the game where you have to place a fuse in a fusebox below the mansion to light it up. However simply placing the fuse in the box isn't good enough, you have to specifically put it in the place where it would actually go. Logical? Yes. Fun? No.
In true hidden item game fashion many random items are scattered around in completely random places. Although some of them are almost completely unseen without the use of a hint.
Story? There was barely a single drop of story to be found in the entire game. I honestly didn't know what I was doing or why I was doing it for most of the game.
Unlike many of the Big Fish games I have played there was no voice acting and no characters built up. For example when using a wrong object in the wrong puzzle would give you a small "I don't think this will work," or a joke about how silly a combination may be, even if it were logical. This game has none of that, half the time I'm stuck retrying my combo to see if I simply missed the tiny area it wanted me to place an object in.
The areas themselves don't look so bad, but they don't provide much atmosphere besides 'spooky (maybve haunted) mansion wooo'
Overall this game really is below expectations, leaving much to be desired. Though if you can pick it up cheaply and really enjoy the genre you may find some enjoyment in it.