Mystery Trackers: Raincliff Collectors Edition

After a group of young students go missing, the Mystery Trackers are called in to search the city of Raincliff! Tackle this difficult case and unravel the strange mystery to save the students! Explore the entire town and discover who is watching your every move in Mystery Trackers: Raincliff! Use your Hidden Object talents to carefully dissect scenes and piece together perplexing puzzles! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

Otherwise, the two stories are completely different and are not "connected", except for using a Mystery Tracker Detective. There was a lot of back and forth but I liked the game anyway. The characters were introduced gradually, and you learned more about all of them as the game progressed. Give it a try. Cutscenes are all replayable in game. Yes, there are pages of the Brown history, throughout the storyline, but, I would have preferred that, they were in a Diary or Journal, where you could review them. Got used to it after awhile though so no big issue. Lots of puzzles, plenty of hidden areas to explore in each scene and graphics were very clear, colorful and exciting. Little elf is cute and the dog shop is an added plus. Gameplay: Incredible. This is why, there is a lot of going back and forth, to achieve goals and to advance your game. Having previously played Raincliff Phantoms and Blackrow's Secret and loving them. I'm not fussy about this aspect, although it perturbed me.

Have fun!! The HO scenes were nice and all the graphics were special. It takes a while to finish and I like that. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by katnap from This game has it all! All in all, definately worth the discount price I paid for it. What a great story,pulls you in right from the first second! You won't be bored and you won't be sorry. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mouser from Now I understand why Mystery Trackers has so many fans! This series is simply, one of the best. I had to skip a few "slidey" puzzles. CE: Additional collectibles were frogs. This one is very creative; full of surprises; incredible graphics; lots of magic; total involvement in entire game. Having previously played Raincliff Phantoms and Blackrow's Secret and loving them. You won't go wrong getting the SE either though. The puzzles were fun and not too hard.

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There are the usual screensavers, wallpapers, videos, etc. My review 1. Get this game! The sound effects helped bring that icy chill through while you were playing. Glad I read all the reviews before hand. The HO scenes were nice and all the graphics were special. I also, must mention that, for those who really only care to do HOSs Yes, there are pages of the Brown history, throughout the storyline, but, I would have preferred that, they were in a Diary or Journal, where you could review them. Graphics were top notch - still great Collectots by today's standards. Rqincliff in all, definately worth the discount price I Sparkle Unleashed for it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 4red3s from What Halloween Night Mahjong joy to play! I loved it! Might want to make your own map, too. I'm not fussy about this aspect, although it perturbed me. The puzzles were fun and not too hard.

About the only thing, that I saw in Raincliff, that was part of the first game, The Void The AI for the 'fox and the hounds' puzzle is a little off I won from a lost position , but still challenging. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plientje from wow! Little elf is cute and the dog shop is an added plus. Otherwise, the two stories are completely different and are not "connected", except for using a Mystery Tracker Detective. You are going to run back and forth between two places that are probably geographically next to each other but you need to go through more than ten locations each way. Great CE extra's, collecting at least 50 frogs, achievements, and all the classic CE bonuses. The interactive map is very useful because there is a fair bit of travelling. Excellent story. Level of challenge not that high, but that hardly matters when the game is fun. First-rate developers Elephant Games -- you can't go wrong. The usual achievements, frogs to collect there are extra so don't sweat missing a few , artwork and the usual swag. Get this game! I don't have any complaints, in fact I would peddle this to Expert players looking for a challenge.

I loved it! Gameplay: Incredible. Right amount of challenging play. And it's the same everytime? It's set in the freezing cold and the only Mystika 2: The Sanctuary it lets up is when you go into a building. Level of challenge not that high, but that hardly matters when the game is fun. It takes a while to finish and I like that. You won't be sorry. I accessed the built in strategy guide a couple Battle Slots times. I had to stop playing for a couple of days Mystrry when I came back, after two hints I was right back into the swing of it. Is the friendly Hint Frog. Except that I would never have guessed to cut a manhole cover with a circular saw instead of Rainciff the crowbar I had earlier. Exciting, intelligently developed, and it will hold your attention. I had to skip a few "slidey" puzzles. It was a challenge but not frustrating.


You're still 'the detective' for an ancient order one Ogdoadic star in game if you look for it jumping headlong into a mystery. I had to skip a few "slidey" puzzles. I had a Fire Salamander to light things for me. To go up, you need to press the up button and you wait for the journey up animation. The game play can be as easy or difficult as you like. Is the friendly Hint Frog. Excellent all around! I played it in one session, including the bonus chapter in about 6 hours, so marvellous, I couldn't stop. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by crisgori from A gem Great graphics, well done HOS, interesting puzzles, good length and backtracking. So if you like to garner all possible achievements, plan ahead. Throw in the cool morphing animals, and the splendid graphics and awesome cut scenes and The ONLY thing I would have changed, is to have the developers include an interactive map so I didn't have to click so many times between locations.

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14 thoughts on “Mystery Trackers: Raincliff Collectors Edition

  1. First off - the Bonus Content or "Why should I pay double for this game? There is only one small detail, that I did not like in Raincliff Only thing that could have made it somewhat better would have been some voice overs The bonus chapter was short, but I still would recommend the CE.

  2. Story is well-told and develops nicely as the game proceeds. And it's the same everytime? The graphics are clear and bright, not dark and dreary. You won't be bored and you won't be sorry.

  3. To go up, you need to press the up button and you wait for the journey up animation. You're still 'the detective' for an ancient order one Ogdoadic star in game if you look for it jumping headlong into a mystery. I do recommend this series and game, highly.

  4. It's one of my favorite games of all time. Well done! This can be unbearable for puzzle non-fans like me. This is the third MT I've played and the best so far.

  5. Didn't have to use the strategy guide at all. The BC story isn't nearly as good as the main game - lasts an hour and half or so. HOS are not repeated.

  6. Have windows 10 and the 1st and 2nd ones, The Void and Raincliff wouldn't work on my system and Black Isle was just too old looking. I loved it! Otherwise, the two stories are completely different and are not "connected", except for using a Mystery Tracker Detective.

  7. You have no map to help you - and this game could've used one a 'jump' map would not have been amiss. Lots more examples, so expect to have to keep going and going and going into your areas of interest. Having previously played Raincliff Phantoms and Blackrow's Secret and loving them.

  8. HOS are not repeated. The puzzles are challenging, varied, and interesting. The map system is complete with all the bells and whistles, such as teleporting and hints. The bonus chapter was short, but I still would recommend the CE.

  9. Crazy Good extras: Collect chips to buy things for my beloved Elf the dog helper. Good game that followed a good storyline and held my interest throughout. Wished they were something else though - not a fan of frogs. Try it, I'm sure you'll love it and buy it immediately, just like I did!

  10. I was so caught up by the hint frog jumping up into his top hat that I missed the hint. The balance is good, there are a lot of iHOS, a lot of varied games - none so hard that they take away from the fun, but also not too easy, and a fair bit of adventure. Wide variety of puzzles and mini-games with varying degrees of difficulty.

  11. It was excellent and gave exact information on the next step needed. At the end of the regular game, there was a "loose end" that is resolved in the bonus game. The bonus chapter was short, but I still would recommend the CE. I enjoyed every second of it!! Gameplay: Incredible.

  12. I didn't find enough coins to get all the stuff that was available. It was having the Video Collection, instead of a Diary or Journal, so that you know, what your tasks are, for completion. The bonus chapter was excellent and on a par with the game.

  13. Despite the fact that I am at an age where I am HOT all the time I found myself wearing a wrap nearly all the way through this game. The HO scenes were nice and all the graphics were special. You are going to run back and forth between two places that are probably geographically next to each other but you need to go through more than ten locations each way. The game however, did seem a bit short and the bonus chapter for the CC edition was really short. If you're used to keeping notes from Nancy Drew or similar games, you'll do fine - if you aren't: well, keep a pad next to you while you play and write down where everything is and what it 'needs'.

  14. It's set in the freezing cold and the only time it lets up is when you go into a building. The bonus chapter is where the cliff hanger comes in. This game has everything that I enjoy!

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