I tried this out of curiosity about the abnormally high praise it's received, and for the most part wasn't disappointed. It's an unlicensed but remarkably faithful game adaptation of Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow.
The game is well made, and includes all the amenities you'd expect in a 2014 hidden object adventure save one: it has no teleporter map. The hint button works very well for navigation, though, so I didn't find that an issue.
The only real down sides are an abrupt ending, too many illogically locked doors just for the sake of having puzzles and lousy voice acting by one or two minor characters.
The game is gorgeous, entertaining and plays well. A worthwhile purchase for fans of the genre.