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Another Mystery Trackers story from Elephant Games!

A young boy named Oliver’s been kidnapped, and the scared citizens of Willowsville are blaming the Owl Man from their rival town, Nightsville. Long thought to be a made-up story to scare the kids, the Owl Man seems to be real… and he’s coming for you…

There are loads of exciting new elements in this game, from interactive deduction dialogues to a special Foresight Mode. Your old pal, Elf, is back on the scene, too!

  • Play as Owl Man and save Willowsville in the bonus game!
  • Open the secret room to replay challenging puzzles and HOPs
  • Earn achievements, buy figurines, and collect morphing objects
  • Access the Strategy Guide to help you through the swamps

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 1275 MB

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Mystery Trackers: Nightsville Horror Collector's Edition is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As always Really Good Mystery Trackers has great challenges, keeps you thinking and trying.
Date published: 2016-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from NEVER A MYSTERY TRACKERS DULL MOMENT! Enjoyed this sequel. Requests answered for an interesting, more updated and realistic story line. Was especially pleased to see our legendary "Jersey Devil" in the Collectibles line up. Who knows what truly lurks in the New Jersey Pine Barrens? Hmmm? Varied personalities, talents and abilities added an extra dimension to the over abundant dark magic games of late. Have to say that the bonus game was rather lengthy to my surprise and did not take away from the standard version. Missed only two achievements. Have yet to be able to click on ten objects in rapid succession. Had a bit of trouble with a black screen upon finally reaching the path to owl man's house. Hung in there and re-started the game in casual mode rather than custom mode and that did the trick. Thanks to the forums with a bit of this and a bit of that information, was able to piece it all together to work for me. Glad to have been able to continue and then complete game, bonus game, secret room as well as view the additional video clips. Three cheers for Nightsville Horror Developers and BFG! Enjoy! -Mama Mia-
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Horror is a Delight. By Day or Night, it's Right! Big Fish Games and Elephant Games are to be praised highly for this exceptional game. I'll get the negative out of the way first: A. 3 star for Visual/Sound Quality: This is a hidden object game so retrieving objects should not be hard. For some reason it is with this game. Items, whether in an HOS or just regular game play, seem to have a very limited "sweet spot." I KNEW the item I was hovering over was the item I needed but I had to click multiple times to find the spot which would put the item in my inventory. I want to give it 4 stars but this problem is so persistent that I can't. It started from the very beginning and continued through the end of the game. B. Level of Challenge: 4 stars. The HOS and mini-games were great but there were no real stumpers, nothing inducing head scratching or a retreat to the Strategy Guide (not that I would have given in!). The final game, which, as per usual, delivers the coup de grace to the ultimate culprit, was far too easy. No different than most other games, certainly. Still, I'd have wished this were far more of a test. OK. The good stuff. I'm fighting back the urge to use too many words. Fewer words will communicate what this is about: This game deals with acceptance and prejudice, and it deals specifically with racial differences. The subject of controversy, a kidnaped boy, is mixed race. We know his mom is white and we can deduce that his dad, out of the picture, is black. It's never mentioned, but it's obvious by looking at the boy. If there were ever any doubt, it's erased in the bonus chapter where we see a house lined by two tattered, confederate flags. That the flags are threadbare drives home the point that race-based prejudice is stale and well past its prime. We must move on. The story's setting is classic: two cities separated by a gate, physically, but by so much more in reality. It's like the "other side of the tracks" except here it's the other side of the gate/fence. The occupants of each distrust the occupants of the other. It's evident in everything they say and in the quest to find the kidnaped boy. What's so amazing about this story to me is that I was able to see and understand why the distrust and dismissiveness, even hatred, is there...But it's never convincing or final. I always felt the differences could and should be overcome. This game is a story of hope. I've never seen a game purposely deal with such socially pertinent and, at the same time, divisive issues, in such an honest and open way. The developers skirt the issue, they brought it to the forefront. Quite clearly, they wanted to deal with it. They wanted to make a point. I would be remiss not to mention the soundtrack of this game. I have often referred to the importance of the soundtrack as it sets a tone for a game. It makes scary moments scarier and udrgent moments more important. This soundtrack accomplishes this. Not only does it fuel the feeling, it's also great music. I would gladly listen to this soundtrack without the game...the quality is that high. This is a Collector's Edition. Is it worth the extra price to play? What do you get for almost double the price? a. The whole "who cares suite?" of screen savers, etc. b. A great strategy guide c. Collectible "creatures" d. Morphing Items e. A bonus chapter The bonus chapter is of considerable length. It is not essential. It redirects the thrust of the story. While there is a very clear element of "mystery" in the main game, the Bonus Chapter turns it into something explicitly "supernatural." I didn't like this new direction. Despite this, morphing items, which I don't usually give much value to, really great in this game. They, along with the Strategy Guide, make the CE worthwhile to me. Whichever you choose, I suggest this game as historically significant. I can't think of another game which deals with such important subject matter as this. "Why can't we all just get along?" is a serious question. What unites us is far greater than what divides us. This game tells us what I hope we already know: prejudice has no place in our lives. I'll end by saying one more time: This game is so important and so worthy of praise, attention needs to be paid when playing it..we can learn from it. I thank the developers, Elephant and Big Fish for this watershed moment in gaming which elevates this from mere playtime to lifetime. For those who think I'm turning a game into a social statement: play the game. It is undeniable.
Date published: 2015-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best HOG's out here! Fantastic game. Deff worth the collectors edition as well. AWESOME: Graphics beautiful-the game developers really captured Louisiana. Every scene made me wish I could telport through the screen. The scenes are just so superb. Game play: All of the regular HO scenes, the mini games, the collectors edition side games in the Secret Room ect all great and at an excellent challenge level. The music was very nice. The sounds, the voice-overs all done wonderfully. Collectors Edition Pros: Wallpapers, concept art, music all savable to hard drive. Loved the achievements using Owls, loved collecting the creatures though I missed one, loved the bobble head collectables I got all of those. Enjoyed finding morphing objects as well. This game is top notch and has hours of great game play. CONS: That it ended. All I can say is I wish it kept going. I really loved the regular game and the bonus game. This collectors edition is deff worth the extra cost.
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fun loved it, i love mystery games.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Who Really did it? This is an awesome game! From the story line to the graphics to the HOS. It is great all in all.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unexpected And Fun Game! This is a Fun Game! It also good in Animation and Good Quality. It a good storyline that i could catch up. And the bonus chapter is good. I love the Magic! The Puzzle was too hard and Challenging i had to skip them, but i love it. Great texture and nice Sound Quality and Catchy Music that my heart is pounding really fast! It amazing with a collectable items and morphing item, sadly i couldn't find them all, but it ok i will find it all!
Date published: 2015-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Puppetshow Finally gone back to the great traditions of the old Puppet show series. After the last awful and boring Lightening strikes, I was reluctant to buy but glad I did.
Date published: 2015-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY GLAD I Gave This Game A Second Look! BASED ON COMPLETED GAME After playing the demo I was kind of on the fence about purchasing this game. Because of a good sale and the aspects of the game that I DID like, I purchased it and ended up playing an EXCELLENT game! At first, I viewed "the sight" as a device to prolong gameplay. The more I got into the STORY, the better I enjoyed it. It ended up being a unique way to "see" the actions of the crime and give hints as to the identity of the true culprit. It was very easy to immerse myself in the world and story of this game, mainly due to the excellent graphics. Very atmospheric! If you choose to play, take a look at the individual townspeople. It was good to see people that looked like REAL people. Everyone was definitely not perfect and pretty. The HOS weren't difficult, but were definitely in keeping with the theme. The mini-games and multi-layered puzzles were a big plus for me. Not as hard as they first seemed and SO much fun to do. If I had the choice, I would liked to have seen MORE of those. I appreciated the truth of the story beneath the kidnapping story. The true "horror" is the difficulty that people who are "different" find in this world. Always a sucker for a good monster, I LOVED finding the morphing, collectible mythic monsters. The vending machine was interesting. After purchasing the figures of the main characters, you could click on them and see the story themes they each represented. The bonus game was a story unto itself! A bit more supernatural, I'd really like to see an entire game created around that story and those characters! All in all, Mystery Trackers: Nightsville Horror ended up being my favorite of the bunch! Not everything is at it seems on the surface. I hope you give this game a chance too. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2015-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT IN A GAME REVIEW OF COMPLETED GAME, BONUS AND SECRET ROOM There is: * Casual, Advanced, Hardcore and Custom modes; * Voiceovers (with dialogue); * 20 Achievements; * Interactive map (with diary); * Elf the dog to help you; * Use the Gift of Sight (eye) to see what happened; * Find 22 morphing objects in game and bonus; * Find 10 collectibles in game and bonus; * Find coins to put in vending machine and buy figurines in game and bonus. In the main game you play a detective to find and rescue Oliver. In the bonus game you play Mr Owl Man to save Robyn and to defeat the Master of the Swamp. You also have an owl to help you grab objects out of your reach. The graphics are very good - mostly kind of darkish and gray but easy to see everything. There is some colour and its definitely not cartoony or too bright. Sound and music are very good - I noticed a lot of piano and guitar and I had it turned up very loud throughout the game and bonus. The hidden objects games were interactive straightforward, silhouette and putting items back. These were fairly easy to do. The mini-games were great. Some of them were swap the tiles to get the complete picture, change the screws and align them to make the mechanism work; rotate the circles to make a picture, make the energy flow through the circuit boards, rotate bottles as per diagram, rearrange the photos, arrange the petals, etc. There were also a few puzzles - which are not too hard this time round. I managed to do them all without too much hair pulling. I thought that they were easier than the MCF Dire Grove puzzles. They were fun to do without being frustrating. In the Secret Room you have to undertake hidden object tasks for the villagers to earn stars. When you collect all the stars for all tasks you will unlock the dossier with detailed information about some of the villagers. These took me a fair while to do because these are timed. All up the game took me about 10 hours to do playing on Hardcore mode and without any skipping or hinting. Its easy to get most, if not all, of the achievements. I failed on the one of getting 10 objects in 10 seconds - yeah that just ain't gonna happen for me - I'm never going to be that fast. I most definitely recommend this game - well worth putting in your collection.
Date published: 2015-04-02
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