Mystery Trackers: Train to Hellswich Collectors Edition

Elephant Games presents the newest addition to the Mystery Trackers series! Your hard work has definitely earned you a vacation. What starts as a normal train ride quickly takes a dark turn as mysterious hooded creatures start terrorizing passengers! Can you uncover what they're after and stop them before it's too late? Find out in this rousing hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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The adventure is very straightforward and easy, the same goes for the hidden object scenes. Mini-games had very little challenge to them, tasks were at times predictable and, at others, seemed to be designed to just fill time. This installment was not very good. Mini games were mini games. Not my favorite, but I did complete several of them. It was as if the creators were just tired of this series. One of my favorites, Mystery Trackers is far removed from older games. Nothing really new in the hidden objects or mini games. Give the demo a try and perhaps it will be right up your alley. Would suggest playing them with high recommendation. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by wadeckiburn from If I am on vacation, why do I have Nordic Storm Solitaire dossier on missing children? Cy-Clone missed my street, but I'm just one person. Elf is always present and is probably one of the best features of this game.

Happy gaming. One of my favorites, Mystery Trackers is far removed from older games. Would suggest playing them with high recommendation. I enjoyed playing it very much. The premise of the game was a little far fetched though. I have several of the previous ones in the series. As always, try the demo. Date published: Guess I'm a sucker for a sale. My opinion is just that I purchased the game on a 2. Mini games were mini games. It missed my street, but I'm just one person. Colors were bright and pleasant. Elf keeps me coming back for more.

This to me is just Heplswich perfect game. I have several of the previous ones in the series. Other sone was turn a wheel and set a course for a train to travel on. There is a lot of back and forth to complete tasks and to gather items. In this series:. Although Fill And Cross Christmas Riddles did feel a little short, but that's not the worse that can happen, I guess.


Elf is always present and is probably one of the best features of this game. I hate to see the series end, but if they can't do better on the next one, perhaps it is time to retire it. The story line had a lot of potential but never went anywhere. It's not a bad game, just not up to the "Mystery Trackers" standards. If you hated that one like me , give this a go, it will restore your faith, a little. Good graphics,good challenge especially if your playing expert. You are supposedly on vacation on a train, when your collegue says something is wrong, you of course investigate and find several 'creatures' destroying doors icing them up, melting them, etc. In our opinion, the soundtracks are a tad too upbeat and too futuristic for the theme of the game, especially during peak moments. I have them all. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by themom from Think it's time to go back to the drawing board with this series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gyanda from Astonishing! The game goes by quickly, but alas, game is too short. The serie's "Mystery Trackers" already has a lot of games and for me it is astonishingly, how a serie such old can still bring about such fascinating and entertaining games as this one.

The story never did grab me like some do. Music was ok. Hidden object games were well done. Wasn't the most involving game, but not the worse I've played either. I only played the demo so this is what I found: several HO scenes, one: obtain several objects of the same, such as 2 horseshoes, 2 medal, etc. For me it is one of the best of the whole serie's. It missed my street, but I'm just one person. Please bring back the charm of previous games. Guess I'm a sucker for a sale. However, your break quickly turned into another investigation when a group of cloaked figures bombarded the train and kidnapped a girl. On the other hand, the soundtracks are not as well-done. It was an okay game. We also liked the idea that the first few chapters of the game set on a moving train — this allows the game to present interesting ideas and impressive scene designs that are not usually seen in other games. The Mystery trackers Devos need to up their game. It's not a bad game, just not up to the "Mystery Trackers" standards.

As so many have mentioned this theme is getting really old, and maybe that's why I did't care for it, but I wasn't sad to see it end. This is nowhere near the classic Mystery Trackers fare, but definitely tonnes better than the last one, Winterpoint!! I enjoyed playing it very much. But, I sincerely feel that the storyline and level of creativity where this series is concerned has reached a low peak. Mini-games had very little challenge to them, tasks were at times predictable and, at others, seemed to be designed to just fill time. This to me is just a perfect game. Happy gaming. The serie's "Mystery Trackers" already has a lot of games and for me it is astonishingly, how a serie such old can still bring about such fascinating and entertaining games as this one. The story never did grab me like some do. For me it is one of the best of the whole serie's. Fans of the Mystery Trackers series are going to find the storyline in this one quite predictable. It missed my street, but I'm just one person. If you buy say hello to Elf, as he is still around to help out. Try before you buy and maybe it will be your cup of tea, but I might just wait until it becomes a DD.

9 thoughts on “Mystery Trackers: Train to Hellswich Collectors Edition

  1. The story never did grab me like some do. Give the demo a try and perhaps it will be right up your alley. There was 4 types of game mode, I did the custom or detective mode and adjusted the skip and HO penalty modes. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from GREAT game, but way too short Loved this game, especially the artwork, which is gorgeous.

  2. Yes, even with the mediocre reviews and playing the demo, I bought it. Penmom63 says it all. There is a lot of back and forth to complete tasks and to gather items. The game goes by quickly, but alas, game is too short.

  3. This installment was not very good. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by wadeckiburn from If I am on vacation, why do I have a dossier on missing children? Mini-games had very little challenge to them, tasks were at times predictable and, at others, seemed to be designed to just fill time.

  4. I hate to see the series end, but if they can't do better on the next one, perhaps it is time to retire it. This is posted after playing the entire game. I did love the story, which made me go on to find out, who is after all this and i loved the graphics, especially in the train and at the house and i did really enjoy the music as well. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by themom from Think it's time to go back to the drawing board with this series.

  5. I'll always be among the first to try new games in this series. How is that so impossible? Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from another good game in the series i saw some lesser stars in the reviews but i liked it. Nothing really new in the hidden objects or mini games. I did love the story, which made me go on to find out, who is after all this and i loved the graphics, especially in the train and at the house and i did really enjoy the music as well.

  6. I have them all. My opinion is just that I have several of the previous ones in the series.

  7. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by themom from Think it's time to go back to the drawing board with this series. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by wadeckiburn from If I am on vacation, why do I have a dossier on missing children? Although we have seen more epic work from Elephant Games, the visuals in this game still present themselves stunningly on our screens.

  8. Elf keeps me coming back for more. My opinion is just that It's not a bad game, just not up to the "Mystery Trackers" standards. In this series:.

  9. Hidden object games were well done. Try before you buy and maybe it will be your cup of tea, but I might just wait until it becomes a DD. Penmom63 says it all. I hate to see the series end, but if they can't do better on the next one, perhaps it is time to retire it.

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