Mystery Trackers: Forgotten Voices: Review
May 26th, 2021
HELP NEWBIE AGENTS SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING STUDENTS
UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF MISTHILL COLLEGE
IN BONUS CHAPTER: LEARN THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF MISTHILL COLLEGE
FIND THE MISSING STUDENTS
Enjoy challenging puzzles and hidden object sequences to show that these intelligent and daring agents are capable of uncovering any secret.
Elephant Games LLC has once again produced a spectacular game in the Mystery Trackers series, released on 26th May 2021.
Cadets from the Mystery Trackers, who were involved in a monster case at the training camp a year ago, are now keen to put their training to the test. They catch an SOS signal of three pupils anxiously asking for aid while running away from a bizarre green wave in a school corridor while working at the commenter. However, when newcomer agents Ginger, Black, and Slate arrive at the school, no one seems to recognize these students, as if they never existed. Will the newbies be able to decipher this web of lies and locate the lost students?
Casual, advanced, tough, and custom modes are featured, similar to those found in previous Elephant games.
Items that are useful for your missions and duties can be interacted with.
You can also start a conversation with characters, and they will provide you with vital information about your duties.
Items to look for are denoted by capital letters.
Select the Hint button in the lower right corner if you’re having problems finding something.
You must perform more activities before you may use special things, and you can select them to examine them further.
At the bottom of the screen, there will be mini-game instructions.
If you are stuck in one of the mini-games, you can skip it by using the Skip button, or you can reset the game by pressing the Reset button.
In the bottom-left corner of the screen, there is also a map; you can select an open place on the map to move there.
An interesting storyline and excellent in-game controls and graphics make this a fun game to play.
However, the mini-games were buggy, and we missed the trinkets that drew us in.
There are no morphing objects, and the puzzle pieces appear to have been added at the end without any care to hiding them in the environment, which detracts from the game’s enjoyment.
Hopefully, the creators will address these faults and restore the game’s entertaining factor.