Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Under the Crimson Moon Collector's Edition
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A blood moon has risen over a rural village in Southern France. Wild wolves are attacking the citizens at night as accusations fly about townsfolk turning into werewolves. Is Martha Patio really a werewolf, or has she been falsely accused to cover up another person’s secrets? Examine crime scenes to gather evidence and discover who is leaving strange coins on the victims and why. Your keen observation skills will help you uncover the liars, but be careful who you trust in this small town, or you’ll become the next victim!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Play the bonus game for more adventure
  • Unlock challenging achievements and collectibles
  • Replay Hidden-Object Puzzles and mini-games
  • Music, Wallpapers, Concept Art, and a special Screensaver
  • An available Strategy Guide

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 703 MB

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Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Under the Crimson Moon Collector's Edition is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great whodunnit! Even though there was little movement with the characters, they were beautifully done. The dog was cute, too. The story flowed well, the minigames were just right. The "good, bad" werewolves added a nice sidebar to a well written murder mystery. Sure had me guessing!
Date published: 2014-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ANOTHER GREAT SHADOW WOLF MYSTERIES GAME I love this series and this one was awesome. Very unexpected story line had my guessing quite a bit as to where it was going. The visuals, music etc. is all great as well. If you have never played games in this series and you really like this one, check them out. There are quite a few, if I remember correctly. Although my memory isn't very reliable lately. I blame it on the 70's LOL Happy Gaming!!
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent game Having bought the other games in the series, I purchased straight away and I am glad I did. As good as the others! Compelling to play from beginning to end. Well spaced out and varied HOs and good mini games. Bonus chapter tied things up nicely. Definitely recommend!
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blood Moon Wolves are viciously attacking people unprovoked every night, and a blood moon is rising! The townspeople are frightened and began accusing thy neighbors of being ..... (insert epic music) a werewolf! Ellis Cote has summoned your detective services after she was brutally attacked by a wolf in her own coach, fearful that her own neighbor, Martha is a werewolf. Ellis believes so strongly in werewolves that she actually pricks herself with silver pins to keep from turning into one of these hideous creatures! You came prepared with your official magnifying glass and an analyzer. Each person you meet gets the full magnifying glass inspection which gives you clues allowing you to make character assessments and even tell where they were at recently. Your analyzer is used to identify substances that you are unfamiliar with, the analyzer will ask questions such as, is it a liquid, gas or solid. Don't worry, if you guess incorrectly you simply try again with a different answer. You will find collectible story pages that tell of a legend about the first werewolf, Lycaon, once a king of Arcadia, until Zeus turned him into half man, half wolf because of his cruelty. The hidden object scenes are a mixture of finding 12 alike items such as metal objects, and placing items back into the scene in their correct location. The HOS are repeated twice and you have the option of playing a mini game instead where you have to match two alike tiles whose paths aren't blocked by any other tile. You can choose Casual or Hard modes for each mini game. Some mini games require you to make matches by flipping two tiles at a time, if you choose incorrectly the tile will switch locations. My personal favorite was the Blackberry game where you had to choose which blackberry to start with and click on the directional arrow with the goal of course to create a path that will cover all blackberries in one continuous path. This game has a great story and entertaining games and puzzles, however, in my opinion, this Collectors Edition doesn't have enough backbone to make me choose this edition, I'm going to wait until the Standard Edition is released to make my purchasing decision, enjoy!
Date published: 2014-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Congratulations ERS you created a winner! This is the 4th in the series and possible my favorite. The earlier games in this saga may be a bit more challenging or difficult to play than this one. That said, this is a Creepy, creative HOPA with a great story. Great graphics, voice overs, very little ho's and fairly easy puzzles. Bonus game doesn't warrant CE, you may want to wait for the SE. I couldn't wait because I love ERS....
Date published: 2014-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vicious Doggies! Well Done! (I'm standing up and clapping#. Now this is what I save up my credits for. This game is creative and well thought out. Lots and Lots of things to do, great artwork, effective music and horrible wolf sounds :-# Magnifying Glass You can use your magnifying glass to give people the "once-over" when you first meet them to see what you can find out about them. HOGs Just the right number for us puzzlers #more puzzle than HOG#, but they are all different, and all interactive in some way or if you prefer, optional mini-game. Collectibles Yes they are there, but in limited quantity. Analyzer Some of your inventory items are unknown until you use the analyzer, answer some questions about the object, and then you can discover what the items are, and use them. Inventory Lots and lots of inventory, and some items can be reused. Games/Puzzles #without giving anything away# Memory Match, fit in pieces, select the path to get all the items until you've selected them all, slider #in a criss-cross# game, and step on tiles only once. Map Navigatable map which is very easy to understand. Difficulty Three levels of difficulty for the game with or without bells and whistles turned on, but the mini-games give you the option of making them harder or easier. Morphing Objects Not saying there weren't any, but if there were, they were very well hidden. Strategy Guide Guide had three chapters with a page for the collectibles so far. Loved the little nods from time to time to previous games. Can you tell what I thought of the game? yes... yes... YES! Now THIS is what I'm talking about. Maybe I'm just in a gaming sort of mind, but I loved it.
Date published: 2014-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Unique This game provided the most new, unique things to do than I have seen in a very long time. I was very pleasantly surprised. It's definitely worth buying! The storyline could've been a bit better, but all in all, one of the best games I have seen in awhile. Bravo!
Date published: 2014-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Addition to the ERS games if you love them! Overall another great game by ERS and addition to the shadow wolf mysteries series, I won't go into detail about storyline as it has been done by other great reviewers. This one has a new chapter where veronica from the last ones are not attached at all and we have new characters in a new town, which was a great change! Gameplay was good and not confusing as to what to do next, there are collectables throughout the main game and also achievements. The HOP are not exactly like our usual with interactive lists they vary and have a good amount throughout the game. If you love ERS games then you will love this one as I did, I brought it straight away without playing the demo as I love these developers. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2014-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A New and Exciting Shadow Wolf! The Shadow Wolf series is back and this time with Under the Crimson Moon the fourth game in the series. Unfortunately, IMHO, nothing could top Curse of the Full Moon and I was disappointed by the time the third game appeared. As the game begins we immediately become aware that things have changed and that there are some exciting gameplay enhancements coming our way. The game begins as you receive a letter from Ellis Cote who asks you to help solve the mysterious deaths in her town. When you arrive at her estate you are greeted by a vicious pack of wolves that are soon subdued by a horrendously ugly and monstrous werewolf. After you gain access to the house and finally meet Ellis you jump right into the investigation. As you move forward with the adventure, solving the mystery of the werewolf is becomes quite interesting. The graphics are excellent and typical of ERS games but I do wish that the artists would get rid of the mistiness that is often present in some scenes. Aside from that, the ERS artistic team is very gifted when it comes to creating the characters in their games and brings them to life so that they don’t appear cartoonish and flat, which is one of the reasons that I have always loved ERS games. Where Shadow Wolf Under the Crimson Moon falls short is with the voiceovers, some of which are not very good and not at all typical of what I think the character should sound like. In addition to the out of character voiceovers, ERS has dropped the lip-syncing that made the first Curse of the Full Moon so incredible and had elevated ERS to a top-tier game developer. Alas, times seem to be changing and we no longer see the realism that lip-syncing adds to a game. That being said, the remainder of the sound package is very good and has excellent ambient effects. The game has the tools that we find in most HOPA games with a diary that keeps track of not only our notes but of the evidence we find as well. We have a new tool in this game called an analyzer which we use quite often to identify “unknown” objects. Use of the analyzer is sort of a mini-game each time the unknown object appears. There is a transportable map but it does not indicate areas where you have objectives. Under the Crimson Moon has a variety of interactive HOPs that are very typical of the types found in most other ERS HOPA games, but recently the developer has added the option of switching to alternative puzzles if you do not want to find items in the HOPs. The optional puzzle in this game is a match type puzzle reminiscent of a flow type game. Some of the puzzles I encountered in the game can be frustrating if you don’t take the time to really think about them. Since demo time is limited, I generally skip puzzles that I can’t immediately solve so that I don’t waste valuable gameplay time. That being said, most of the puzzles are the type that I enjoy. In Shadow Wolf Under the Crimson Moon CE we earn achievements and have various assortments of collectibles to find. The rest of the CE package is standard fare and contains nothing exceptional so it is basically a personal choice as to whether you go for the CE or wait until the SE is released. For me Under the Crimson Moon was an immediate purchase since I generally enjoy every game from ERS and they seldom have a misstep in presenting the games that I find ultimately enjoyable. Of course I am a big ERS fan and not everyone agrees with my opinion of their games. I have no hesitation in saying that this game is a step up from more recent offerings from this developer and recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like.
Date published: 2014-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it!! I have all the Shadow Wolf series and they just keep getting better. They are beautifully drawn and the sound is not annoying. They flow from one thing to the next and the puzzles are not all HOS. Good storyline and easy to follow. Do the try me and see for yourself. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. With the special on it is a steal.
Date published: 2014-06-07
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