Elephant Games proudly presents the latest chilling investigation of the Mystery Trackers series! Your latest investigation is taking your back to your hometown of Watch Hill. It’s been fifteen years since a mysterious accident destroyed your town, taking your family along with it. When reports surface of a strange epidemic sending the town into quarantine, you’re off to investigate! This is no walk down memory lane, as you quickly find dark forces working against you. And things take an even stranger turn when you see your younger brother and he hasn’t aged a day! Can you stop history from repeating itself before it’s too late? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!Most are not very interactive. As for being 'Illogical' as some say well I play this games to entertainment myself not to see how smart I am. Sound FX are well done, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of them. For example, a shoulder blade in a pile of stones. Yes, Elephant Games is not Eipix. One does look for many items but this game seem like it is easier and not a pain in the back side to me. Or that you need to unscrew the screws on the side of the panel, which is not visible at all and does not even sparkle. So far, these are plenty large enough to see. Most of the games are standard Elephant games that you've probably played several times. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Veshurik from Good game on discount A very good game, passing the evening is just what you need. Colors are not as bright as in others in this series, but still well done. Always like morphs that have good timing. It could be made more attractive. The 12 collectible lighthouse has info. I loved this concept, it's a very cool and unusual scenario.
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We also have 12 lighthouses to find. Maze puzzle. It could be made more attractive. But this is not indicated on the map. Just like there are small bugs when it is shown that Zumas Revenge action can Trackera: done in a location, but it turns out that this is half the action, that is, you cannot do it. This was a fabulous game play -- short play but it made my day. Just normal for the duration, and the bonus chapter too. The story from the bonus chapter cleverly intertwines with that from the main story. Srcret play on the cusp of a Fringe Universe, an alternate reality where things are the same yet slightly different, playing as the same agent of the Dark Trackers instead of Mad Mouse Mystery Trackers, how cool is that? I adore Elf -- expressions priceless. The only difficult hidden object scene in this game was in the last scene of the bonus chapter, where you had to look for snowflakes. Colors are not as bright as in others in this series, but still well done. I have seen an increase of the ratio of HOP scenes to mini-games in recent HOP games from this developer and others as well.
Play on! Jigsaw puzzle. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Great story -- and the bonus chapter there was the Dark Trackers helper Elf to boot.. There are twenty-one 21 of each. Here are a few of the ones I enjoyed the most: 1-Connect color-coded wire ends to partial symbols to complete the symbols' images. Mini-games too, although some make you sweat. Not much character interaction in the demo. Most of the HOP scenes are standard lists of items and silhouette. In my opinion, the mini-games are better constructed. It turned out that some objects are either inconspicuous or simply not taken at first. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from great game!!!!! Even if you go into custom and uncheck the box, the tasks keep showing up. Hoping there is more variation as we progress.
Scenes are fairly clear and items were not difficult to find. Collectibles aren't bad, and are challenging ov find in most cases. But this Mad Mouse not indicated on the map. We have to find various morphing items, that sometimes are a bit small and not easy to spot. Also the bead puzzle start your number on the bottom. They usually spend no more than 5 minutes of time. You'll know where the HO scenes will be the second you walk in a room, you'll know to open Trakcers: scenes where there are cabinets and drawers and know they will all need emblems. Well, okay, that's their business. Sound FX are well done, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of them.
The bonus chapter was very long compared to others so good vale. We have a jump map, but it is rather boring and not needed with the transport feature. Always like morphs that have good timing. We also have puzzle pieces that are used to complete 3 large jigsaw puzzle. They are cleverly hidden within the secret archives room. Music is soothing and unobtrusive, just quietly in the background. Yes, Elephant Games is not Eipix. This is probably because I like corgi more. He doesn't get used much, but he is quite helpful when needed. From the predictable story development to some downright corny moments, everything is done so plainly without any nuance to the point that the game is devoid of any suspense. Dark Elf must be used in the bonus chapter. Colors are not as bright as in others in this series, but still well done. Slide tiles to create an image C. I rarely impressed with any of the HO Scenes by Elephant because the items practically jump out at you.
Slide tiles to create an image C. So far, these are plenty large enough to see. In general, I liked the game, I will wait for the next part. Maze puzzle. Music is soothing and unobtrusive, just quietly in the background. I do admit that different story lines are hard to make unique when there is hundreds of games on here so this was a little different. The story from the bonus chapter cleverly intertwines with that from the main story. I liked the bonus chapter that circles back around. The only difficult hidden object scene in this game was in the last scene of the bonus chapter, where you had to look for snowflakes. I found most somewhat boring; however, there are some which use multiple scenes in various formats for the searches. Gave this one a 4. Today's assignment stirs all kinds of emotions because it has returned to your hometown, it can be anyone or anything to anybody. We have a jump map, but it is rather boring and not needed with the transport feature. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mmdgaston from great game!!!!! Yes, Elephant Games is not Eipix.