Paranormal Files: The Trap of Truth: Review
January 25th, 2021
Elephant Games LLC
HELP RICK ROGERS SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF MISSING FESTIVAL HEADLINERS.
UNCOVER YOUR FRIENDS DARKEST SECRETS.
IN BONUS CHAPTER: LEARN RICK’S AND HIS FRIENDS DEEPEST FEARS AND TRY TO FIGHT THEM.
SAVE EVERYONE IN TIME!
Rick thought it would be a lovely vacation if he was asked to speak at a paranormal festival. However, things swiftly spiral out of control when some of the festival’s stars inexplicably vanish, and Rick is tasked with solving the crime.
Play hard puzzles and hidden object sequences to show that Rick Rogers can’t keep a secret hidden from him.
Elephant Games’ most popular horror series, ‘Paranormal Files,’ has released a new gripping horror game on January 25, 2021.
When a fresh case comes knocking, paranormal detective Rick Rogers is enjoying his time off at a paranormal festival.
Festival headliners have vanished without a trace, and Rick appears to be the only person who can solve the riddle.
What paranormal powers are at work here? Is Rick being followed by a friend or a foe? Can you assist Rick Rogers in uncovering every secret and ensuring that everyone escapes alive?
With incredibly enjoyable HOPS and minigames, the gameplay is smoother than imagined.
Like other Elephant games, this one includes a teleportation map concept with hidden trinkets.
There are normally four modes: Casual Mode- This is a laid-back gaming experience for new or casual players. Important sites are gleaming. The Hint instantly recharges.
Advanced Mode: This mode is for advanced players who want to play without any assistance. Locations aren’t exactly glistening. The Hint slowly recharges. The map hides the available activities.
Hardcore Mode is for those who desire to play without any assistance. No clues, skips, or sparkling signs are present. In active regions, the icon does not change. The map hides the available activities.
Change the difficulty levels according to your tastes in Custom Mode. You can change the hint and skip the recharge times. There are many more alternatives
We didn’t have as much fun with this game as we do with most Elephant games
The plot wasn’t nearly up to snuff. It appeared to be rushed. The graphics, controls, and gameplay are all excellent, and there is a fast travel map but no journal. However, we’re trapped in the puppet performance, and we’re unable to progress because the game refuses to accept our completed scene and will not allow us to skip it.
Developers should hopefully address these concerns in future versions.