Mystery Trackers: Memories of Shadowfield
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Elephant Games is proud to present the newest addition to the Mystery Trackers series!

After losing your memory during a case, you must delve into your mind to save a missing girl! But you quickly find that this is no ordinary disappearance. With rumored ghosts and monsters lurking near the Shadowfield Observatory, can you recover your memory and save the missing girl in time? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Mystery Trackers: Memories of Shadowfield is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Loved this Game So Much I Have Played 3 Times This is a well developed game. Enjoyed! I own the CE but never used the strategy guide.
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasurable but too short Like a comfy pair of slippers, this game will be familiar to those who've played titles in this series before. There are lots of HOPS, puzzles and objects to find and use. My only complaint is that it's too short. I thought I'd settle in for the day with it, but it's over after a couple of hours.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW GAMES I ACTUALLY WANTED TO PLAY IN IT'S ENTIRETY Most of the games offered lately, haven't been able to hold my attention all the way through to the end, much less the bonus chapter. I really wasn't expecting to get into this game wholeheartedly, but I was pleasantly surprised, it's a decent game! I even did a little research about my little buddy, Elf. I wanted to know why the devs chose such an odd name for the little Miniature Pinscher helper. Turns out that the idea for this series was originally going to be a twisted fairytale theme, but ended up evolving to the Mystery Trackers Agency. After seeing a MinPin, the team decided to incorporate this quirky little breed, and supposedly, this breed was referred to as little elves, so the name stuck. I've never heard this nickname, and I have owned and operated a grooming salon for over 30 years, and I could find nothing that links elves with min pins, so perhaps someone could fill me in on this little known secret! The Zwergpinscher is a common reference as is the King of Toys, (pinscher describes the dogs way of hunting vermin) but for now, I still have no idea why Elf is named Elf. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if any, is right for you: Being a Mystery Trackers Agent can be very stressful. So stressful in fact, that your brain has shut out all memories of your current case, The Shadowfield Observatory missing persons case! This assignment should have been a piece of cake, but something must have gone terribly wrong, to cause amnesia. Your only hope of solving this case, is through hypnosis, to peel back the layers, buried deep within the mind. One thing's for sure, your partner Elf seems to know more than he's letting on, but he ain't talking! The Mystery Trackers series has always appealed to me, especially in the beginning. As with most games in a long running series, Mystery Trackers hit a bump in the road to fame, with some less than stellar games. The problem was that in an attempt to make the games easy enough for beginners, they made the puzzles and game features too simplistic,making the games unappealing to even the beginners. I think Mystery Trackers finally made it over the bump in the road, with the last two games offered, they have redeemed their credibility in my opinion. There are really only two "sidekicks" that are must haves, Mr. Jenkins, and of course, Elf. Mystery Trackers wouldn't be Mystery Trackers without the help of our little four legged pint sized agent. In the Collector's Edition version, there are plenty of extras to validate its worthiness. In fact, when I first discovered this series, back in the day, I couldn't get enough of theses games because of their highly entertaining extras, every MT games have them. There are Morphing Objects, 12 hidden Zodiac Symbols, and 40 Hidden Screen Tiles that will complete a stunning stellar picture, once they have all been found. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent, but still don't compare to the earlier HO's offered originally. (the one's where objects were cleverly blended into the scene, not heaped on top of a giant pile of junk) There are Interactive List finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Keywords in sentences and scenes where you grab items from the inventory bar and place them into the scenes logically. One HOP in particular was challenging because you have to scan two different constellation maps to highlight the images to find them. Back in the day, Mystery Trackers Hidden Object Scenes were unique, because they required you to toggle back and forth between inventory bars, because some HO interactions required items that you found during the main game! The Mini Games are much less simplistic than they were previously, but still lean towards the easy breezy side. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Guide the tool chip along the tracks to the right side of the board.(all that work for a lousy screwdriver, everyone knows all you need is a coin!) 2) Move the elements across the board to place the symbols of Zodiac signs next to their matching images. 3) Remove the branches in the correct order. 4) Align the correct fittings by rotating the circle to match up halves. 5) Complete the image by rotating honeycomb shaped tiles. 6) Arrange the planets into one line, moving one planet may affect others. 7) Arrange the board according to the diagram, moving one sphere may affect others. 8) Use the pin to mark 3 different sized stars on the globe, click the globe to rotate it and drag the pin to move it. MYSTERY TRACKERS GAMES AVAILABLE: Name****Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating Black Isle (CE 3-1-12) 4.5 Blackrow's Secret (CE 8-28-14) 3.6 Four Aces (CE 10-11-12) 4.6 Memories of Shadowfield (CE 6-22-17) 3.5 Nightsville Horror (CE 3-26-15) 3.6 Paxton Creek Avenger (CE 1-28-16) 3.6 Queen of Hearts (CE 12-10-16) 3.1 Raincliff (CE 11-15-11) 4.6 Raincliff's Phantoms (CE 2-13-14) 4.5 The Collector's Edition has 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art pictures, 4 Music Soundtracks, 22 Achievements, 40 Screen Fragment Tiles, Morphing Objects, 12 hidden Horoscope Signs, a Secret Room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't 'shrink' from getting this one! Others will, or have described the play-by-play, so I'll not do that. I’ll confess, up front, that in general I like games from this developer, Elephant Games, and, in fact, have many of their products. I’ll even confess to liking Elf, although most helper animals and objects are a turn-off for me. The little pup, though, is neither obtrusive, overly cute, or annoying in ways so many of his ilk can be, and usually are. The graphics, music, background sounds, and voice-overs are all very well done, as can be expected of Elephant’s games. The storyline, while not entirely unique —let’s face it, there are a finite number of plots and the best that we can hope for is an interesting twist, which this game has. Other games have used the 'told in flashback' ploy, but I don't recall any other that opened with the protagonist in a (PTSD?) therapy session with a psychiatrist. The HO sequences are sufficiently challenging to make you pay attention while, on the other hand, not so difficult that you’ll make frequent resource of the hint button. I can say the same for the mini-games. Game play is quite logical and intuitive, so you'll probably just use the excellent map as a 'rapid transit system' rather than as guide to the next location of interest. As always, my caveat is that you play the demo and decide for yourself.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What about the rest of it? Wow, that was a let down... way too easy and really short. And the story was simply dull. Apart from Elf, this could have been any old game - what happened to the Mystery Trackers magic? I really loved the first few games, when they had that special element that made them different - sadly the last few have been quite ordinary and this is the worst of the lot - and it's (lack of) length makes it seem all the more disappointing... :(
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from disappointed not only was it too short but just so predictable from the beginning. not up to the usual mystery trackers maybe a good beginners game - would recommend for a first time hog player
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's alright but not spectacular I've obviously had better. Overall game was too short. Graphics were very basic in comparison to peers in same genre. Puzzles and challenges range from easy to medium, but mostly easy. It's alright if you're looking for something to pass the time. But don't waste your money (or your time) if you're looking to be entertained.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This One is a Memory, Okay This is posted after playing the entire game. I hope this game does not signal the end of this great series. I believe I own all of the MT games, and this one left me lacking so much, it is hard to find something good to say about it. This game was just not fun for me. Besides being rather short, it just didn't come together. After playing the demo, if I didn't have a free game available, I probably would not have gotten it. The visuals were good. I found the graphics clear and well prepared. Colors weren't constantly drab and easy on the eyes. I did like the voice overs. They were well acted and the presentation was extremely good. Music wasn't intrusive and went along with the action in the scene. My biggest problem was those blessed mini games. They were way beyond my patience level and most I couldn't figure out what to do. That's on me I suppose and if you are one who likes good challenging minis, you're going to love this game. Every time one would come up, I would try to figure it out, but alas, that is why I play the custom mode so the skip fills quickly. The hidden objects were diverse. Sometimes I would be in a hidden object scene and not realize it. Some were silhouettes, some were place the object where it belongs in the scene and others. Elephant did a good job mixing them up. So far as helpers, there is Elf, the trusty dog companion who has been a part of this series forever. I don't mind him much. He's fun to watch and I just like dogs. The map, while not essential in this game, did come in handy getting around. Of course there are the usual modes of play from casual to custom. Story was okay. Nothing to write home about. The previous games were much more interesting. I'm glad there isn't a test over the story, because it just didn't grab me and I lost interest in it as the game progressed. Big Fish and others do a better job explaining the ins and outs of the story so I'll leave that to them. As I said, I hope this game does not signal the end to the series. I have enjoyed them all. Give the demo a shot and perhaps you will have a better experience than I. While not a horrible game, it just wasn't up the the usual Elephant Games standards.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well, It's Sort of OK I have to start by saying I really like the Mystery Trackers series, so I am prejudiced in their favor. Even so, I can't give this game more than the three stars you see. There is just not anything but a rehash of earlier games' puzzles and the usual HOPs. The story is just fair and you see the end of the demo approaching from a great distance. So you, as the detective, are reliving a failed case that ended with you having episodic amnesia. A psychiatrist, Dr. Specter helps you explore your subconscious to get some answers. Elf, your little helper/sidekick, will follow through your mind to assist where needed. So, OK story, usual game. I will wait for a free coupon and then revisit the idea of purchasing the SE. Try the Demo for yourself; maybe you can work up some enthusiasm.
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Short game Besides being quite a short game with a bit of an empty plot, the game was full or tedious puzzles and, at times very dark HOS. Had to keep clicking in dark corners to find objects. Really got tired of puzzles popping up all the time. More HOS and Puzzles than story. Outside of all that, the game did move along smoothly and without much challenge. Transporter map was good, but the hint was a transporter hint so you could use either one. Custom mode allowed you to customize the game, but the hint and skip would only go down to 15 seconds which seemed an eternity when trying to by pass the innumerable amount of puzzles. Seriously, not one of this series best and I would only recommend purchase if you could get it on a credit or as a daily deal. Not good enough to waste full price on.
Date published: 2017-07-24
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