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From ERS Game Studios, creators of Haunted Legends and Redemption Cemetery, join the hunt in a brand new supernatural adventure in the latest Shadow Wolf Mysteries!

For centuries, the De Lupe family has protected the city of Gévaudan using the strength granted by their werewolf curse. Now it is time for the next generation to take over. Will young Pierre choose to shoulder his father's burden or will he take a chance with a new cure to free his family from their curse forever? The ghostly wolves have the city surrounded. Who will protect the town?

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Tracks of Terror is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another hit! Again, loved the graphics, a lot of new puzzles and kept me entertained for hours...
Date published: 2015-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from free the spirits there is a custom level and an interactive map. no diary or journal. you have been called in by the count to be there in case something happens to him because of a curse his family carries. his son isn't 18 yet and can not protect the family if something would happen to the count, so he needs someone to protect the son as well. you have the help of the countess when you need it and help from the spirits you free. you suffer from the same curse but it has been tamed in you and you only use it to destroy the curse in others that have fallen victim to it. this is a sequel and, yes, i feel there will another one.
Date published: 2015-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I thingk I know.!!!! Since I do this all the time take my word it's a really good game. It's not easy creating games for us. I appreciate every game and the ones that create for us. I used my free game and it was worth it. I would have purchased it anyway.
Date published: 2015-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A thrilling new sequel from the famous HOPA ERS franchise!!! In this latest edition of Shadow Wolf Mysteries you are called in for help in a village protected by a family with a curse. The curse sounds bad but it helps them protect the villagers from scary creatures that are about to devour them. Things are really complicated this time. The father of the family is missing by the time of your arival, the son that is to get to the age when he can take over the curse is fighting the creatures off by himself. To get things worse the doctors working for his father have dicovered a cure for the curse making the choice for the son even harder. The game seems to have more puzzles than hidden object scenes. They come in different shapes and forms and of different difficulty level. The same can be said about the hidden object scenes - you have sillhouettes, list, and put to it's place kind of searches. I really enjoyed this installment and I have played all of them. This one really deserves Editor's Choice. I hope the series continues. Anyone and everyone should enjoy this fantastic adventure. If you decide to go with the CE there are achievemnts and collectibles (these are tied to all kinds of mysterious creatures from over the world). You have a tattoo that helps you deal with the carcasses of the warewolves. You can use a map and a strategy guide as you play. The bonus game is a great conclusion to the main story.
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great game to come back to! After a long hiatus from BFG (I got a little - ok a lot - burned out by the games) I decided to try another game to see what I thought. I chose this game due to the fact that ERS used to be my favorite developer and Shadow Wolf was one of my favorite series. And it did not disappoint. For over a year I genuinely enjoyed playing a HOG game again. Just like I remember, this ERS game had great graphics and a decent storyline. The hidden object scenes were easy, and the puzzles were not too hard either though I did have to skip a few. The game was short, but I definitely enjoyed the time I had with it.
Date published: 2015-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Little Short For Me I usually enjoy ERS games, and this was no exception. However, it was all over way too soon. Could have earned 5 stars with a couple more hours of playing time. The graphics were excellent, as is usual with ERS. Enjoyed the music, too. Had to skip one puzzle, which means it was just challenging enough. (I really hate skipping puzzles.) Pretty decent game.
Date published: 2015-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Neither Man Nor Beast Burdened with a family curse, Count DeLupe researched every possibility to find a cure, before his son Pierre reaches adulthood. The DeLupe family has protected this town with the strength no mortal man could possess, without them the whole city will be in grave danger! Someone is trying to kill the Count, so out of sheer desperation, he hires the best French Detective available, which just so happens to be you! Some of the inventory items are Complex Items that are shown with a red background that turns green when another inventory item has been found that can be combined with it. The Collector's Edition has 11 Collectible mythical Monsters throughout the game, such as the Loch Ness Monster and even Sasquatch himself, as well as 11 Achievements to earn. The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly Silhouette Shape finds, but there are also listed finds and scenes where you replace items back into the scene. The Mini Games range from super simple to super fun, turning three rings on a disc to complete a picture, or tracing a symbol using your mouse, making sure you don't wander over the sides to much. I actually enjoyed the Mini Game where you had to adjust the speed in which four tokens spun so that the ball located in the first token would be exchanged to the second token, third and fourth, so all four tokens had to be timed perfectly, or the ball would drop and you have to start all over. The Collector's Edition has 4 Music Soundtracks, 7 Wallpapers, 9 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Screensavers, 12 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 15 replayable Mini Games, 11 Achievements, 11 Collectible Monsters, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2015-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from CE or SE? Decent game with great special features. Do you like the game well enough to pay for the extras? If both the CE and SE are out and I have not bought a game yet, I want to know which to buy. That's what this review is for. It is based upon playing the first chapter of the CE. I think that, if you like this game, the CE is worth it because the special features are excellent. I have no opinion about achievements and collectables because I mostly ignore them, but this game has them. There is an ability to play mini-games and HOS over, which I believe is necessary to a CE, so yay! And there’s a bonus game. The message in the menu when you click on "play" says there are “levels” "extras" and “secrets” after you finish the main game. Sounds interesting. Here's a summary of what I said in my CE review about other features of the game: There are six chapters, and it took me an hour to play the first chapter, so the game seems to be a pretty good length. One tip: You can put the magnifier down if you right click. (The instructions do not say this.) You’ll know when you get there. The art and graphics were ok, not beautiful, but they fit and added to the ambience. Ditto the music—just ok. What I liked about the sound was when there was no music. The outdoor nighttime sounds were great . . . until the son started to shoot the gun constantly. Then I had to turn the sound off. He finally stopped and I was glad, but then he asked me for more bullets! Argh! There was a book where you found pictures of objects. Easy but really fun. What I call the “procedural puzzles” were good, those things you have to solve to keep on going in the game. Minigames were less fun for me. I will let you go read the CE review I wrote if you want details. Suffice it to say, I got stumped on one even with the strategy guide to help me, and I had a problem with another. The story had inconsistencies that prevented me from really being able to immerse myself in the story. Details of what I thought are also in the CE review, but don't bother, just go with it! The map is hard to decipher. To sum up: The game is better than most, and worth playing. If you really like it, the CE might be for you. Otherwise, the SE is definitely worth it.
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from so so This game is short. Only 4 hours or so and that's with no black bar help. The story is so old......can't anyone think of something different! There were some annoying places where the pointer was correct and yet I couldn't get the object. The ending was disappointing because it just ended..."thanks dude and see ya". 2015
Date published: 2015-11-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from REPETITIVE EVERYTHING I have only played the short demo and that was more than enough for me. I will not purchase the game. Although the graphics are excellent, the content is soooo repetitive that i was feeling that i was not playing a game or in an adventure... but jumping through the same old silly hoops with very little to no enjoyment factor whatsoever . Also way too much cinematic...not to mention the supremely annoying "trace a figure" before you can shoot a gun in order to protect yourself from the beast !!! Completely and totally absurd and particularly boring as it is not only one pattern that you must trace before you can aim and fire... you have to do it a number of times... over and over again how stupid and monotonous. Furthermore it totally detracts from the flow of the game. In the short demo i played, the HO's for the most part are silhouettes and tiny unidentifiable ones... I prefer lists where one can use their head instead of playing a squinting and guessing game. There were some list HOs but nothing particularly creative or innovative. As for the puzzles, i saw nothing new and ended up skipping two of them only because i've done that been there too many times in past games and not much thinking or skill was required... so why bother. Nothing new, just rote mechanical clicks so as to be able to move on. As for the coherence of the story line.... not much has changed and nothing very original from the rest of the series.Furthermore there were too many annoying situations. For example, at one point, the son says to come and meet him in the tower so that you can help him. But, despite the fact that he has a rope ladder in front of him, he does not throw it down to you. He steps back and waits for you while you go hunting around to find a rope and hook so as to be able to pull the ladder down !!! Its idiotic ! Then when you are in the house,the mother needs you to help her also, and while she is standing there you need to go look for objects to open doors etc ... that she should be able to provide for you. It is just not realistic and does not feel at all like an adventure ar all ! I think that the devs should give these repetitive series a rest or at least try to bring some creativity and or some improvement to the new episdes. I do not want to pay CE prices for a game that is so similar to previous the episodes of the same story. Even though the artwork is excellent, the story, the puzzles, the HO's are old hat and of little interest. Some developers really put imagination and creativity into their games. They evolve.... this series does not. I feel that this game was stale and without interest. I will not spend money or time to play this type of game anymore.
Date published: 2015-08-15
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