Mystery Trackers: The Four Aces

Mystery Trackers: The Four Aces

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Stop a devious conspiracy in Mystery Trackers: Four Aces! The entire town of Brightfield was evacuated after a series of bizarre animal attacks. Now, strange creatures roam the streets, danger lurks around every corner and you

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 672 MB

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Mystery Trackers: The Four Aces is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 60.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another wonderful Mystery Trackers game I started playing Mystery Trackers with the Void and loved it!! This is just the next in line of great story telling. So we are back at trying to find a missing person and figure out why a town is being attacked by mixed up animals. One of these animals is a cute seal that isn't what it looks like when you get close to it. Just like any of the other MT games we have or little dog that can get into tight spots and help us out. It also has different playing levels from casual and lots of help to Expert with no help at all. I usually play on Expert, but it is the same story on all levels. The first thing I saw when the game started was how great the graphics are. Some of the scenes even startled me a little. There are plenty of cut scenes to keep you engaged in the story and plenty of items to find and use. I don't have the luxury of playing straight through any game (kids) but I had a hard time quitting during the game. However, when I came back, it was easy to pick right up where I left off. The map helps tell you where active zones are in case you don't want to click the hint button. I find this will help if you need a little push in the right direction. Overall, I really enjoyed this game. If you like Mystery Trackers, you will love this one. Or if you are new to Mystery Trackers and just like Elephant games, you will be impressed. You don't have to play them in order to understand the story. I did, but found it wasn't really necessary.
Date published: 2014-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Intensity Adventure BASED ON COMPLETED GAME FIRST IMPRESSIONS This is a high intensity game. From the moment we step off the company jet, the pressure is on not only to solve the case and save the girl, but to do it without getting killed ourselves. Again, our Mystery Tracker detective is in the field with an inexplicable mystery and an unseasonable snow storm! I bet this detective spends his holidays in the Bahamas! SIGHTS & SOUNDS The graphics are spectacular. The ice and snow glint into your eyes, and everything has that ethereal sharpness that reminds me so much of Raincliff, the 2nd Mystery Tracker case, and my personal favourite. The artwork is bright and detailed, and very imaginative, when it comes to the odd creatures you are confronted by in the street. The music is exceptional, showing a real talent, and succeeds in maintaining just the right mood throughout. The voiceover of the narrator portends doom so well! The other voices are also done well, although without lip sync. There are a lot of special effects in this game, and the sound guys have done their bit to make them as realistic and shocking as possible. There are options and sliders for everything. Music, effects, environment and voice volume, gamma effects, custom cursor, special effects, and widescreen. The one thing it didn't have that it should have was an inventory bar lock. WHAT’S HAPPENING? The town of Brightfield is undergoing an out-of-season blizzard, hampering the efforts to stop attacks by the strangely mutant animals that have been terrorising the town. Now practically deserted, the town holds a deadly secret, and someone seems determined to ensure you never get to the bottom of it, even if it means killing you. Your immediate problem, however, is the rescue of a girl who was kidnapped by a huge furry beast that nevertheless walks on two feet. GAMEPLAY Though extremely well done, this is a fairly standard HOPA game. There are a lot of HOPs, of the interactive list type. Within them are smaller mini-puzzles, simple and fast, but adding to the complexity of the scene. The puzzles are a bit different and a touch quirky, and require a little bit more effort than usual. There are a lot of safes and niches and drawers to open, and one thing I liked about this game, is if you had scoured the town to scrounge up the pieces of a safe lock, the combination would be right there near you, so you didn’t have to scrape around for that too. There is no journal, so no codes or clues are outside the location of the cache. Otherwise I would not have liked this game. There is a helpful interactive jump map showing both objectives and immediate tasks, and holding videos to be replayed. The hint system actually gives you a none too subtle hint. There is lots of help at the easiest of the 4 levels of difficulty. COMBINED IMPACT I remember being less impressed with this game when I first played it. I often find I enjoy a game the 2nd time more than the first, I think because it is all such a struggle to play one of these extravagant games at first! In any case, I had a wonderful time with it this time round, and it will not be so long before the next time. Solid, high class entertainment.
Date published: 2014-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good great fun good long fun. Most of the puzzles are easy. The HOS are different in some areas where you have to find part to complete the item. Have to find coins for the dog. Have to find hidden creatures which are easy to fine. Just a good fun game. Cons. having to go all over the place to use items. Map helps and hint button works fast and good.
Date published: 2013-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best in 'Mystery Trackers' series so far! I have played the previous three games in this series and in my opinion they get better each time. This one is definitely the best so far. Bringing back Elf the dog was inspired and makes gameplay even more enjoyable. I am pleased too that in this game the inventory items are named when your mouse hovers over them - in previous games some of these items have been a little unrecognisable and have left me puzzled as to what they are and where they fit in. The videos are good, as are the graphics. Puzzles are fun and not too frustrating or impossible. I also like the introduction of the map, showing areas where objectives have to be met - Mr Toad approves as well as he is 'resting' much more in this game than in the others as I don't need his help anywhere near as much. This is definitely my type of game, and I will certainly be buying any more in this series or any other games of this quality and nature. I am also pleased it is wide screen and fills my laptop screen, unlike most other games. I love it!
Date published: 2013-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from hidden object game I absolutely loved this game., I am not surprised as I have enjoyed everyone of the Mystery Tracker Games and anything put out by Elephant Games is always the best. It was made fairly easy because of the hint system the one thing that fooled my was getting to the heli-pad but I managed to figure it out. The graphics were great as usual, can't say anything about the music as I don't listen to it. the hog's were fairly easy and I enjoyed the little puzzles that you had to do to find things. I found some of the puzzles could have been better explained but then I am 75 years old and I am not very good at puzzles. Loved the little dog it made me want to go out and buy one.
Date published: 2012-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from loved it!! I was skeptical at first.. but decided to try it eventually.. I do not regret it! i loved this game.. it was alot of fun. I really loved the graphics and how they used real people . I loved as well how there was alot of things going on and it kept me in suspense.. characters very interactive and i also loved that. Loved the Ho scenes and puzzles were somewhat challenging. Fun factor for me a 10! Loved as well how the doggy was helping me out :D i will try some of the others in the series. I recommend this game.. definite buy..
Date published: 2012-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun to play I played this game with my daughter and we really enjoyed it. We loved deciding what steps to take next and finding important clues. Played the free trial and didnt feel it was too dark like some of the other games.
Date published: 2012-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If not the CE you have to get the SE version - great fun game. *All my reviews (bar one TM) is on finished gameplay - here it was the CE* Plot was 100% tied up in this SE version, bonus chapter was a bonus plot (more info at bottom.) As usual with Elephant you don’t have to worry about this or that you need to play the CE game to understand the next story. If they started doing that I wouldn’t recommend their games! I put my finished CE reviews in SE area as that information can be hard to find and it’s the most vital piece of information I look for in reviews (as often I’m a SE player.) Since Raincliff you don’t get any extras in the SE version, just in case you were hoping. Another great game from elephant (and big fish was in the credits as well as often they are) and I think the best of the four mystery trackers (this is more like raincliff purely because of the snow. Games in order it’s the void, ranicliff, black aisle) Usually developers gives you the best in the demo and by the time the end comes, it’s not as good. Elephant are very unusual as I find it gets even better as it goes along. The quality never wavers, gives you a good amount of new areas and holds my easily bored attention throughout. While I lOVED their extras in the CE I do think about if it would hold my attention without all that, and here it would. The usual elephant signature of never repeating HOS, no random click penalty, great cutscenes, transporter map (in later games) with tips in it, a lot of adventure and not that many HOS makes them my favourite DEV along with their graphics. The hint button is their usual mini guide which makes it great for SE players. Here you have a choice of four modes to play – added detective one which is the same as the 3rd but mouse icon doesn’t change if you get to an interactive area. You can change hardness during play. There is the usual live actors and I’d say apart from 2 scenes the lip synch was OK (mostly didn’t speak!) Your dog is back to help! Ratio you can see is a lot of adventure and not so much HOS or puzzles but a lot of interactions, which is my personal preference as I love the adventure side. PROS -Transporter map -Amazing cutscenes -Unique plot -Lot of adventure -Only play a HOS once (other devs are lazy when they repeat and pad their games out by repeating them) CONS -Black bar tips on hardest mode -Puzzles were mostly easy and mostly not that original or got a twist on them compared to their other games -HOS in some of their other games are more crystal clear and sharp -Although better than some other games, still need to work on lip synch with live actors -I wish it was more like surface where you never went back to old areas 15 PUZZLES Mostly easy, some medium hardness (3 out of 5 for hardness) I enjoyed the move the ball down the path but that was made so easy by limited choice of arrows to use. The suitcase/flag is one of my favourites. 15 HOS No random click penalty on any mode, all list, interactive – had some mini games in them, never repeat. While I found them well defined they weren’t as crystal clear and sharp as in some of their other games. Also there is light in some of them making it hard to see some as well as some very small items. I gave the graphics 5/5 for the amazing cutscenes and other scenes but the HOS is more a 3/5. TIME – 6 hrs (no skipping, no hints but did switch a few times from detective mode to get hints on map) This is a harder mode than I usually play (no hints or skips) so my time may be slighter longer. Slight spoiler – #At the end of the bonus chapter in the CE version there is a literal 3 second scene with someone in it, that might be indicated that you will see them in another game but if you do there was no plot you were missing out on or anything like that.
Date published: 2012-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful Game! Based on the trial, this game gets 5 stars from me! The story is fun, the graphics are crisp and beautiful, the HOSs go above and beyond with interactive parts! The puzzles are clever and fun to do. No only is there a map that zaps you where you want to go but the hint button is a handsome top hat-wearing toad that makes suggestions - very elegant, plus a little dog companion who can get in and out of tight places. The developers of Mystery Trackers continue to "hit it out of the park!"
Date published: 2012-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Series Rocks I don't give many 5 stars but this one deserved it. HO's were interactive and not too many of them Mini games were ok, not my thing Hint tells you what to do Map is interactive and not confusing, all maps should be this way Actual actors You can depend on Elephant Games to do a great job.
Date published: 2012-11-17
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