Rosebud Games’ House of Caravan isn’t the most polished game it could be, nor is it as challenging or engaging as one would expect from an adventure puzzler. It suffers from some sound issues. It isn’t as linear as a two-hour adventure puzzler should be. It doesn’t provide much in the way of replay value, and it doesn’t quite have the scares or feel of a horror game. But if you push through these problems, you’ll be rewarded with a story that is sure to raise some eyebrows when realization hits that you’re not in this mansion by accident. When it comes down to it, House of Caravan is good for a quick distraction if you’re a fan of first-person adventure games. Just don’t expect much else.