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Elephant Games proudly presents the latest mysterious chapter in the exciting Paranormal Files series!

When authorities find two archeologists from a recent exhibition in catatonic states, Rick Rogers, paranormal detective, is called in to investigate. But even as the clues begin to fall into place, the case becomes more complex, and soon things take a dangerous turn! What secrets do the mysterious artifacts hold, who wants to stop Rick from finding out, and what does the terrifying creature that stalks him want? Can you help Rick solve this harrowing case and stay in one piece? Find out in this intriguing Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!

  • When an ancient discovery is unearthed, quench your thirst for knowledge in an adventure you won't soon forget in the bonus game!
  • Earn a variety of unique achievements!
  • Tons of collectible globes, hidden eyes, and morphing objects to find!
  • Enjoy replayable HOPs and mini-games, secret room, exclusive wallpapers, soundtrack, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1016 MB

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Paranormal Files: Trials of Worth Collector's Edition is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent entry into the series Excellent entry. At first I was worried it was going to be another short elephant game since there was only 3 parts, but each part is quite lengthy. Plenty to do, decent challenge, great graphics, excellent story.
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Every Body Loves Some Body A lot of fun in this one for some unusual reasons. We play as Rick Rogers, the greatest paranormal detective in the business and if you don't believe that he'll tell you so, you don't even have to ask. Of course, every time he does, he gets his comeuppance, which is part of the fun of the game. Full marks for creative writing in this one with twists that make it much less predictable than the average straightforward quest game. At times it's a real - ahem - out of body experience. We have a particularly strong supporting cast and voice acting that is up to the challenge. Pros: generous game length, plenty of puzzles and HO scenes, excellent graphics. A twisty mystery plot that has our hero alternately aided and betrayed by nearly everyone. Rick prevails, of course, or does he? Great art and immersive music. Cons: the main plot twist either works or it doesn't for the individual player's tastes. No spoilers, but it's really nicely pulled off by the voice acting. If you can't laugh at Rick you'll probably end up hating him. Bonus game: more generous game length, we get to play as Rachel here, whose ambiguous motivations and ambition come through very well. More great graphics and puzzles. It may be that we'll be seeing more of Rachel... Overall, a whole lot of fun. One gets the impression it was for the writing team as well. I had the privilege of beta-testing this one and the Devs came through with flying colors. Can't wait for the next installment.
Date published: 2020-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All Around Excellent Game By far, this is one of the best storylines this year. It's not just its twists and turns; it's the side stories these twists reveal. The Bonus Chapter is a good example, albeit a short one. The game pace is steady, as both HOS and mini-games are all but seamlessly woven into the plot (and they are not the same old, same old). The collectibles and morphs are a bit obvious yet searching for them does not slow the game. All in all a great game, and I hope for more like this. Well done, Elephant Games! My review is based upon completed play of the game and bonus chapter.
Date published: 2020-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another Fine Intriguing Case With Rick Rogers I agree with Sunnyglow on all counts of this new edition of Paranormal Files, so far. Being little more than half-way through the game, I find it very engaging and with no disappointments. It is easy to like Rick Rogers and follow him on these interesting cases as he puts his expert detective skills to work. I, too, am happy to see a female character at Rick's side, helping to solve the mystery of the sand monster and the Mayan artifact. The story is much to my liking since I love games that involve expeditions and discoveries, they are amongst my favorites. In this particular one, it certainly doesn't hurt to be traveling along with Rick and his "sidekick" if you are looking for a quality storyline. I don't know how long it will take me to finish, but I never hurry while playing, so as usual it will be quite a lengthy good time. It was great to find such entertaining HOPs and games here. Normally, I do not care for mini-games but I am actually enjoying these. Also, nice to discover from Sunnyglow that there is a substantial number of HOPs to keep me happy to the end. The graphics are very sharp, great color. The characters as usual, in Rick's investigations, are rendered very nicely. I have never felt slighted with the extras included in the CE Editions of Paranormal Files and I don't really mind if collectibles are sometimes easy to locate. It's still fun looking for them, plus I like the added fun of trying to earn as many achievements as possible. The extra little challenges are a good addition. I enjoy the Secret Room in games, too. I'm also hoping for a good adventure within the Bonus Chapter, and purchasing "Paranormal Files: Trials of Worth" is proving to be a very good decision. I recommend this game for paranormal fans and Rick Rogers fans. Hopefully, you will enjoy the demo and go on to even more entertainment with the entire game.
Date published: 2020-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rick is that you? Very good game. It is a good game but the first ones were better which makes ratting this game so hard. It is better than most games on here but seems I'm ratting it against the first ones in the Paranormal Files series which is a little unfair I guess. The story line is a little weak compare to the others but still interesting. It seems like it was a little easier but I may be getting better since I have been playing Fish games for a handful of years. I don't really get into to these Paranormal type games but this series is well above the rest to me. Paranormal ,mystery ,who don it type. The one that just try to scare you I don't like. Bonus chapter is good with it being different. Try the demo and if you like the rest is much the same.
Date published: 2020-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great way to spend extensive downtime! I thought this game was fun. Check the other reviewers for full details of the workings of the game. The storyline is fun. Puzzles were pretty easy but if one is honest and doesn't have a lot of hints there was some challenge to figuring out what to do next. Collectibles were not easily spotted although it really helped that the map would tell you if something was there you hadn't found. I like paranormal themes and have enjoyed this series.
Date published: 2020-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MR. SANDMAN - BRING ME A DREAM - A GAME WITH HUNKY RICK ROGERS REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 3 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 40 pages (My time: 7 hours) Join Rick Rogers, paranormal detective, on his next exciting case! An expedition into the land of the Maya has uncovered some legendary artifacts with amazing powers. Now a sand monster has been unleashed by one of these artifacts causing those who encounter it to enter a catatonic stupor. This newest adventure will take our roguish hero and his companion, Rachel, through some trials in search of the truth about these ancient relics. Join the quest as they search for a way to save those who have become victims of them. After this adventure, hopefully Rick will have some empathy for women, seeing things from a female perspective! This is another fantastic game within this series. The story is well-written. I enjoyed the tongue-in-cheek humor, which I feel, added some levity to the game. There is a nice rapport between Rick and his cohort, Rachel. This is a must-have for those who love adventure games and/or those who more want more HOP scenes than puzzles within their games. The game has a more modern look to it with the appearance of drones, gaming devices, and other technical apparatus. The collectibles are glass globes which contain all the twelve (12) characters from the game. There are also an equal number of morphing objects and all-seeing eyes. There is one of each in every scene. I found them easy to locate. At the end of the game a secret room opens to display a jigsaw puzzle to be played. There are more HOP scenes than puzzles within the game. There are twenty-six (26) HOP scenes, some which I would consider mini-HOP scenes with a small number of items to locate. Fifteen (15) of these can be replayed at the end of the game. Most are creatively designed, some with amazing graphics. All are interactive. I feel these are some of the best HOP scenes I have played in some time. They include the usual lists of items and silhouette scenes; however, there are also matching, some storybook scenes, and one spot-the-differences scene in the bonus chapter. There are twenty-one (21) puzzles within the game. Thirteen (13) of these can be replayed at the end of the game. I found most easy, which should appeal to those who want an enjoyable easy game. In my opinion, the HOP scenes are better constructed and more creative than the puzzles in this game. Nevertheless, there are some amazing puzzles which I enjoyed playing. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 22 achievements. • Collect 12 glass spheres of characters from the game, 26 morphing objects, and 26 all-seeing eyes (there is one morphing object and one eye in each scene) • 12 Wallpapers along with a screensaver, concept art, and music • Replay 15 HOP scenes and 13 puzzles • Secret Room which opens a jigsaw puzzle at the end of the game BONUS CHAPTER: It is an addendum to the main story. Join Rachel Cowell, professor of history, in her quest to gain the key to Knowledge through the Trials of Worth. This story occurs at the same time as the main game but concentrates on Rachel’s experiences as she and Rick enter these trials. I felt the story and graphics comparable to those from the main story. To me, it is a welcome addition to the game and worthy of the collector’s edition designation. There are five (5) puzzles and seven (7) HOP scenes. SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE PUZZLES AFTER THE DEMO: A. Physical puzzle. Click on red and yellow items before they hit a center slot on the screen. B. Lock puzzle. Using fingerprints on a lock, enter the code C. Switch puzzle. Switch light bulbs so each is in a lantern of the same color. D. Connection puzzle. Connect stars (dots) to create constellations from a given diagram E. Assembly puzzle. Follow directions to make a ritualistic potion. F. Final puzzle. Card game. Play against the Guardian to get 3 Globe cards. BONUS CHAPTER: G. Maze puzzle. Follow a given pattern to proceed across a maze from the start to the exit H. Switch puzzle. Switch stepping-stones until they create an image. 3X
Date published: 2020-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Intriguing story to the very last sentence! This was a pleasant surprise! A twisty original story with two equally important protagonists. Every step was logical and led forward. The off beat humour and stronger than usual characters are what really set this apart. Capped off with a great bonus game that really completed the jigsaw...with maybe one missing piece to justify a sequel. Good fun!
Date published: 2020-03-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from THIS EPISODE OF PARANORMAL FILES HAS PASSED THE TRIALS OF HOPA WORTHINESS! Completed Game approximately 5.5 hours (including completion of all mini-games & CE Bonus Chapter) 19 Main Game Scene Locations +7 Bonus Chapter Difficulty Range: Beginner-Intermediate I loved the first Paranormal Files game but the following three were hit or miss games because somewhere along the beaten path these guys took a wrong turn. This developer was once the King of HOPA's, a Master Craftsman of their trade with graphics second to none. They had incredible storylines for every game they crafted and you knew instantly that you were playing an Elephant Game because of their signature "look & vibe" Somewhere along that gravely, pot-holed, wrong turn road, they lost more than just their direction, they lost sight of what mattered to the people who carved out the road in the first place. They recklessly cut corners at a high rate of speed until they broke an axel when they veered into a seemingly innocent-looking pothole. Rather than fixing the broken axel, they slapped a patch on the pothole and kept on driving. (probably used duck tape they received in exchange for feeding a raccoon the food that was locked inside a cabinet surrounded by a swarm of bees, which incidentally required a key that a skeleton refused to hand over until a crown was donned upon his royal head, of course) Elephant games became Emblem Games, not a single task could be fulfilled until you found and replaced a motif-shaped emblem, only to discover you needed another emblem. The tasks became utterly ridiculous and predictable! You knew exactly what I was referring to with the above duct tape scenario, didn't you?! This game was different, with the exception of a few of those familiar scenarios, I felt like the old Elephant had returned! Unlike Thursday's game, I wasn't bored, in fact, I wanted to keep playing to learn where the whole Sandman plot was taking me. I wanted to find out the Worthiness of my Trials, and I was even surprised with a few plot twists I didn't see coming. This game makes me hopeful that this developer has gotten back on the main road and is heading North to once again become King of the HOPA mountains!!???!!! ?Helper/Gadget? Surprisingly, the infamous Rick Rogers Tattoo Gadget is only used one time...sort of. There's a reasonable explanation for this but to indulge more would be a huge spoiler and one that I didn't see coming! Honestly, I think Elephant may be trying to phase out this whole Tattoo-Gadget scenario, not necessarily the "powers" associated with it, just the cheesy gadget part? There is a decent Hidden Object Scene associated with the tattoo Gadget use that pieces together the series of events that took place prior to Rick's arrival, and I must say that one of the items to find briefly stumped me, which rarely happens on a Hidden Object scene! ??Morphing Objects/Collectibles: (CE version only)? There are 26 Morphing Objects, one per scene. Although not super challenging to spot, they did a great job with not-so-obvious object selection, but I still think they should slow down the speed in which the object morphs to make them a little more challenging to spot...even better would be the inclusion of {authentic} non-linear morphs, I happen to think that this particular developer is one of the few who has the skills required to pull this feature off!!! :) Each scene also has a Paranormal Eye Icon that converts each eye into a Jigsaw Puzzle Piece that allows you to assemble a 26 Piece Puzzle in the Secret Room. Some of the scenes also have Character Globes that give a bio-background about each of the story's 12 characters. The Eyes are actually less obvious to spot than one would think in some of the scenes, but it's pretty difficult to miss a large round white globe, other than just forgetting to look, but it's kind of a staple Elephant feature to include collectible characters and there's only so many ways you can present them. ?Hidden Object Scenes? There are 23 Hidden Object Scenes +5 in the CE Bonus Chapter, including a few smaller Zoom Zone HOP's. I rarely impressed with any of the HO Scenes by Elephant but this time they were much more creative and did a fantastic job with many of the scenes! They are mostly Interactive List Finds, but they did break up the monotony with Finding 10 Corresponding Object Finds, x2 Pairs of Items Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Keywords in Sentence Finds and Matching Crystal Finds. I loved the scenes where you panned through 3 different scenes to find pairs of Hyrogliph drawings on stone walls, another similar scene finding Symbolic Symbols in a ritual drawing, and one where you are tasked with finding Icons on a Map that match the corresponding directions given. There are no alternate games available. ?Mini-Games? There are 18 Mini-Games +6 in the CE Bonus Chapter, some of which are 3-part progressive puzzles. The games range from easy to medium difficulty, and most are mechanical in nature which I happen to enjoy the most. Some examples are, Rotating Circuits or Dials, Aligning discs w/corresponding Numbers or Connecting various-shaped Nodes. Although they weren't brain-burners, they do require at least a little bit of thought, unlike Thursday's super easy game! ?Bonus Chapter (Collector's Edition version only)? Walk a mile in someone else's shoes, better yet, in high heels as you revisit the Trials of Worth from a different perspective, playing as Rachael Cowell. There are 7 Scene Locations in this average-length chapter with 6 Mini-Games and 5 Hidden Object Scenes +2 Mini HOP's. You will continue to search for the remaining 3 Character Globes, 7 Paranormal Eyes, and 7 Morphing Objects. The Paranormal Eyes convert to Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces that unlock a 26 piece puzzle in the Secret Room (note: the puzzle pieces can be assembled as you find individual eyes but cannot be completed until the BC has been completed) ?Collector's Edition Extra's? 12 Wallpapers, 11 Concept Art Pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 10 Achievements (some available in 3-5 categories) 13 Replayable Mini-Games, 15 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes 12 Character Globes with Bio's, 26 Morphing Objects, 26 Paranormal Eyes (converts to puzzle pieces for a 26 pcs. Jigsaw Puzzle in the Secret Room) a Secret Room Jigsaw Puzzle, 3 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-In Strategy Guide. PARANORMAL FILES SERIES LIST Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Fellow Traveler (May 31-2018) 4.5 2-The Tall Man (November 15-2018) 4.0 3-Enjoy The Shopping (April 27-2019) 3.6 4-The Hook Man's Legend (September 26-2019) 3.4 5-Trials of Worth (March 14-2020) n/a by: Elephant Games
Date published: 2020-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What? Wait, what just happened! Hello friends! As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to tell. We have yet another addition to this series. Graphics are very well done, with no noticeable blurring. Game play was excellent, with no problems during the demo. Animation is fairly smooth and more realistic than most when we had it. Colors are very nice and clear. Voices were age and character appropriate. We didn't have a lot of character interaction, but we did have enough to keep us going and interested. You can click through the dialog without missing any clues or additional useful objects. Music was just background noise and unobtrusive. Sound FX are well done and move in and out with whatever is happening at the time., but we didn't seem to have as much as in the last game in this series. Didn't have a lot in the way of HOGs in this addition. We had mostly lists. Items are not difficult to find and the scenes pretty clear. Puzzles had a little more challenge, but still were pretty simple. Hint system is helpful and we do have the transport feature for longer locations. As in the others in this series, we do backtrack quite a lot, but it seems to be quite a lot more running around here. We do have a jump map, which is nothing special, but it does show you where a collectible is found, or missed. Collectible are very well done and extremely easy to find. We have eye silhouettes that are large and stand out quite well. Morphing items that are very easy to find as well. We also have 12 globes that hold figurines of our key players in this game. Nothing is "hidden," or disguised and are very easy to spot. No challenge here. As always, if you just can't find these collectibles on your own, they are listed clearly in the Strategy Guide. During the beta test, I was unable to play this game...too many problems. Happy to see that they have been fixed. This story is nothing new, but of course, it started to pick up when the demo ended. Didn't care for the back story showing how something probably happened. Too long and not necessary for the game or story line. You are constantly on the move, even if it is going back to the same locations frequently. The story is fairly simple to follow. No real challenge, but I find the need to play it out and see where it's going. I think most levels of players will find this one interesting. I like this series, so yes, I am adding it to my CE collection. I gave this one a 4.5 on my scale. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Play on!
Date published: 2020-03-15
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