Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill Collector's Edition
ERS has just made our hidden object puzzle adventure world better by releasing a new game into the Shadow Wolf Mysteries. Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill Collector's Edition is a wonderful and challenging adventure for you and your father.
The audio-visuals create an absolutely matching atmosphere for the story. They are mostly grey and blue but the story isn't a happy one either.
The series in general tell a story of a special wolf curse in a family. You really need to check out the series if you are not familiar with it. In this particular game, you and your father are forced to go back to the very place you ran away from years ago.
Your cousin is in trouble, and you know it because he had sent your family's symbol. This means that you are going to face the wolf curse (werewolves!) that you'd been trying to avoid. It is a very dark and dramatic story, but it is also very interesting, ingaging, and addictive.
The audio-visuals create an absolutely matching atmosphere for the story. They are mostly grey and blue but the story isn't a happy one either. These great quality graphics and music are part of the downloadable media extras. There is a bonus game with its own story for you are discover.
The game has four levels, one of which is custom. You can adjust things like hint recharge (5-200 seconds) and punishment for clicking there. 17 hidden object scenes and 12 puzzles are replayable. You get a strategy guide and a map.
The game is very interactive as you proceed with the story. There is a lot of inventory wo pick up and use elsewhere. The puzzles are interesting and can be hard or as easy as you want. You can set the difficulty level according to your skills in the settings.
The hidden object scenes come in all known types of seraches. You get lists, silhouettes, matching etc... Collectibles and achievements make the game more fun and add a little extra challenge. A four wolf powers make the game really cool especially for the werewolves fans.
It a great continuation of the story of several generations cursed to be werewolves.
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