Mystery Trackers: The Fall of Iron Rock

Elephant Games brings you the latest exhilarating installment of the Mystery Trackers series! After five years, the Mystery Trackers finally have an idea of where your lost colleague could be! But Iron Rock isn't the town you expected when you arrive to find it patrolled by the new Mayor's robots, leaving little hope for the remaining residents to escape! Can you use your top-notch detective skills to find out what's really going on and escape with the residents in time?! Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

When your mentor, Agent Shade, becomes injured, it will be up you to save her and stop the Dark Trackers from their dastardly deeds. There twice as much but not worth it to me then. The Puzzles in the game are excellent and many of my favorites are included in the mix. The graphics were fine, but I was growing weary of some of the gloomy, cob-web scenes, debris, and the good, old zipper pull. The story behind the game is a sci-fi delight with a twist of suspense. There is no alternate puzzle offered. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thankfully, the game has a balance between the HOPS and the Puzzles so the game does not seem overwhelmed by one or the other. With a small population of only residents, nearly everyone worked the mines, but these were no ordinary Iron Mines. This could also change as the game progresses. I probably wouldn't play MT games if Elf wasn't included, technically, Elf is only 7 years old because he didn't become an Agent until Black Isle, so we should be good for a while. I also loved that we are finally in today's world and have a tablet to communicate with. Maze puzzle. Believe it or not, I really do like Elephant Games but I think they need to improve their strategy. The fact that I had to take 3 to 5 steps to complete an item is ludicrous.

Multiple step. The fact that I had to take 3 to 5 steps to complete an item is ludicrous. There are some which are multiple-step as well. Graphics are good, but noticed small print to explain several tasks, oodles of back and forth to complete most all tasks, but the hint does transport most of the time. Their games lately have had so many cliche tasks, and involve placing an emblem on every single door, drawer, and closet, even the emblems required emblems, but things are looking up with this Mystery Trackers. Also, I was getting a little tired of finding several pieces for strange gadgets. I think Elephant Games has gone back to their roots with this Mystery Trackers game. As another reviewer commented he might not be for everyone but Elf does have a fan base. Mystery Trackers Agent Redford was on assignment scouting for recruits with unique abilities, at Iron Rock when the horrific accident occurred. With a small population of only residents, nearly everyone worked the mines, but these were no ordinary Iron Mines. Tracing puzzle. Now you must not only locate the missing agent, but also must tackle this mayor and plan your escape. There are few multiple-step ones with two different styles of scenes.

There twice as much but not worth it to me then. In The Fall of Iron Rock you have been sent to the town of Iron Rock to see if you can find agent Redford who disappeared while investigating reports of town residents who possessed paranormal abilities. I enjoyed the puzzles, especially the nonogram griddler puzzle, which is not seen in many HOP games. The graphics were fine, but I was growing weary of some of the gloomy, cob-web scenes, debris, and the good, old zipper pull. You cannot retrace your steps. I've only done the demo but won't be bothering to go any further - this could be any game, there's nothing "Mystery Trackers" about it - and the game itself is bland at best. There's still an occasional cliche task, and a few "why did I ditch this valuable tool only to need it in the next scene" Not once did I have to bargain with a raccoon who understands and comprehends the English language, by offering food in exchange for retrieving an item hidden in the depths of his den. It's been out a long time! The voice overs are well done, being age and character appropriate, and show emotion, not just someone reading a script. I probably wouldn't play MT games if Elf wasn't included, technically, Elf is only 7 years old because he didn't become an Agent until Black Isle, so we should be good for a while. There are few multiple-step ones with two different styles of scenes. This could also change as the game progresses. Not once did I have to play dress up and place valuable jewelry upon a solid granite statue who, out of sheer gratitude, extends a granite arm to hand me a much-needed inventory item, how nice : I did, however, have some issues with the game freezing up on 3 serarate occasions! Agent Elf does his Mystery Trackers duties doodies?


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Agent Trackees: does his Mystery Trackers duties doodies? Not a lot of character interaction during the demo, but enough to keep you from getting bored. With your pal Elf by your side, you are on your way to finding the missing agent. I loved that some of the more familiar puzzles were tweaked, making them much more Falk than Soccer Cup Solitaire had anticipated. Decipher a code based on mathematical principles 2 Logic puzzle. Some residents have developed unique skills, such as enhanced hearing, proclivity for certain branches of Science, night vision, the ability to heal themselves and even others. The last few MT entries were way too average and this one seems to rise above that lowest common denominator 100% Hidden Objects a fresh mystery story with better characters. This one I liked the story line since it was different. I just wish Elephant would bear in mind that Pixie Pond are old people playing their games and not with the best eyesight. In The Fall of Iron Rock you have been sent to the town of Iron Rock to see if you Battle Slots find agent Redford who disappeared while investigating reports of town residents who possessed paranormal abilities. Mystery Trackers would not be the same without Elf and I am always happy to watch his antics as he sets off Fa,l retrieve some items that I might need to progress in the game. Maybe they get more challenging as we progress. There's still an occasional cliche task, and a few "why did I ditch this valuable tool only to need it in the next scene" Not once did I have to bargain with a raccoon who understands and comprehends the English language, by offering food in exchange for retrieving an item hidden in the depths of his den.

Try it or buy it, it's up to you. Press on lights so all are lit. Three to four scenes later is where you'll find the object to get it down! Thanks for the reviews. Date published: Nonogram puzzle. There are a specific number of moves to traverse through each maze. Their games lately have had so many cliche tasks, and involve placing an emblem on every single door, drawer, and closet, even the emblems required emblems, but things are looking up with this Mystery Trackers. Mystery Trackers Agent Redford was on assignment scouting for recruits with unique abilities, at Iron Rock when the horrific accident occurred. Multiple step. They did a great job blending some of the objects to make them somewhat Challenging. The scenes were not very colorful but I thinks the doomish nature of the game makes me think this is part of the game.

You have a jump map, but it is very plain and boring. Use arrows at the top. And then, the unthinkable happened, in the blink of an eye, tragedy struck the small mining town, with The Fall Of Iron Rock. Nice map. There is no alternate puzzle offered. Happy gaming! I think Elephant Games has gone back to their roots with this Mystery Trackers game. Wasn't bad but there was no logic to many of the tasks. I have followed this series for a long time. Iorn published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Another masked man I could have used a long branch from that same tree. Mostly he sit quietly until we need him. Don't worry, he's housebroken, he's not annoying, and he rarely barks, he does shed a bit though. In The Fall of Iron O you have been sent to the town of Iron Rock to see if you can find Irpn Redford Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call Collectors Edition disappeared while investigating reports of town residents who possessed paranormal abilities. There are hidden secrets in this town and a masked mayor who keeps its inhabitants o surveillance, using robots to Laxius Force them within its borders.


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9 thoughts on “Mystery Trackers: The Fall of Iron Rock

  1. Sure, if you haven't played many games, and you've never played an early ie Mystery Trackers, this is an ordinary, easy game - but you're better off going back and playing the classics instead Also, returning to the same scenes over and over again gave me a headache. Elf and I parachute into his approximate location after our plane crashes near Iron Rock. Use arrows at the top. There is a Helper, but this time it's a good thing because Mystery Trackers wouldn't be the same without the help of that adorable MinPin, Agent Elf!

  2. Elf and I parachute into his approximate location after our plane crashes near Iron Rock. Also, there were a few bugs in the game when we played it. I loved that some of the more familiar puzzles were tweaked, making them much more difficult than I had anticipated. There is a Helper, but this time it's a good thing because Mystery Trackers wouldn't be the same without the help of that adorable MinPin, Agent Elf!

  3. Our seventeenth Mystery Trackers Game has arrived. Hello friends! Always have and always will, but I think they can do a whole lot better. Push in numbers on a grid so that the number of squares pushed equals the number listed at the top of the columns and rows. The Puzzles in the game are excellent and many of my favorites are included in the mix.

  4. The story flowed fairly well and was easy to follow. Nonogram puzzle. I think Elephant Games has gone back to their roots with this Mystery Trackers game. I loved that some of the more familiar puzzles were tweaked, making them much more difficult than I had anticipated.

  5. The chapter is of decent length. IMHO, the game is wonderful and it somehow seems reminiscent of Raincliff that was my all-time favorite Mystery Trackers game. Our seventeenth Mystery Trackers Game has arrived.

  6. Also, returning to the same scenes over and over again gave me a headache. Get this one with one of the sales that pop up which I did. Well done. I was a little bummed out because I love? There are Zoom Zone Puzzle Fragments that allow you to set the finished image as a Screensaver, but the images are assembled for you automatically.

  7. There are a couple of scenes which I found creatively designed, including one which requires searching for items to build a hairdryer. Is the masked bad guy really a bad guy? Gamma option is a huge plus because the scenery is rather dreary and drab with a splash of color. Our ever faithful Elf is back with us, helping as much as he can.

  8. The graphics contain sci-fi elements and there are gadgets galore within this game. Of course I play the game with the sparkles turned off so I am not having the constant sparkle hints indicating active areas. Don't worry, he's housebroken, he's not annoying, and he rarely barks, he does shed a bit though. They are somewhat interactive. The artwork has really gone downhill and I personally don't like the childish 'Paw Patrol' type dog helper, Elf.

  9. I feel this game would stand on its own merit without this gimmicky pooch; however, I know there is a huge fan base for Elf. I completed the entire CE version and the game does have a lot to offer. The mini-games vary in style, but most are thematic and easy with a few which are moderately difficult.

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