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(Date Posted:05/05/2011 02:25)
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Mystery Trackers: Raincliff CE

by: Elephant Games

Available from BFG



After a group of young students go missing, the Mystery Trackers are called in to search the city of Raincliff! Tackle this difficult case and unravel the strange mystery to save the students! Explore the entire town and discover who is watching your every move in Mystery Trackers: Raincliff! Use your Hidden Object talents to carefully dissect scenes and piece together perplexing puzzles!

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:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • Wonderful Wallpapers
  • Stunning Screensavers
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 05:54)

Argh! Do I get the CE or wait?
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(Date Posted:05/05/2011 16:17)

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Argh! Do I get the CE or wait?


I am weak. Be weak with me! LOL
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 16:41)

Found this  on youtube




(Message edited by sam1950 On 05/05/2011 16:42)
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 16:48)

  I loved the first Mystery Trackers:  The Void!    I am getting


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(Date Posted:05/05/2011 17:12)

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  I loved the first Mystery Trackers:  The Void!    I am getting


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Do it!!!!! Dooooo iitttttttt!!! smiley33

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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 17:28)

Well, your words had a hypnotic effect on me, guys; I just bought the game!!! smiley51
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 18:04)

Did it!!!!!!!!! Diiiiiiiiiiiiiiid it!!!!!!!!!!!
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 18:14)

LOL! I just bought all those coupons for SE's and you hypnotize me to buy a CE????? And it looks gooooood!
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 18:29)

So - them that bought - what is the verdict?
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 19:52)

Haven't played yet, cuddle.  I was hypnotized into buying it.  IT WASN'T MY FAULT!!!!!       smiley22
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 21:05)

I was that way about the Groupon coupons.  Understood.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 21:06)

I haven't played enough of the game yet, cuddle, to render an opinion, but I'll get back to you on it.  :)

It wasn't my fault that I bought the CE, either.   Hypnosis was involved, and I was a suggestible subject. smiley136
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/05/2011 21:24)

I did it and am I ever glad I did. Been playing most of the day in Hard mode and enjoying the heck out of it. Well worth the CE price for me with hours of challenging game play even with some of the puzzles on the easy side. There were times I wish I could have switched from Hard to Advanced though to skip or get a hint but I've persevered on through with glances at the SG.

In my opinion this CE is...

smiley3smiley3smiley3smiley3smiley4

Finished the game tonight. Well, almost. Ran into two glitches in the entire game with the last one at the very end. The first glitch was easy enough to play through but since I played in Hard mode with no Hint or Skip... I am unable to finish the Bonus Play. I did mention this in BFG's tech thread and the developers thread they have going.

Not sure this is a spoiler but don't want to give any clue and spoil your play of the Bonus Play.

SPOILER: 

In the Airship - the last puzzle will not work. When I insert the key - the tiles do not change for the puzzle.

I so want to complete this game but am stopped at the very end.  And I'm not the only one who has encountered this. Aside from that... Absolutely brilliant game and one I am very glad to have invested in the CE for.

(Message edited by Smallhaven On 05/05/2011 23:12)
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/06/2011 01:23)

Thanks Small.

It is good to know that the hype is deserved this time.
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Reply To sam1950
(Date Posted:05/06/2011 02:51)

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Found this  on youtube



I wanted to post this last night, but Shaimoo threw a fit!

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(Date Posted:05/06/2011 08:28)

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Thanks Small.

It is good to know that the hype is deserved this time.

You're welcome.

The developer has been in the BFG game forum is reading and responding. Including suggesting contacting BFG CS about the two glitches. So I have although the mouse puzzle glitch was easy enough to get past.  I did read that those playing in Easy mode were able to complete the game completely and get past the last glitch that has stopped those of us who played in Hard mode.

Waiting for the fix from the developer which was posted as being worked on.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/06/2011 13:54)

Darn you guys! Gonna make me reactivate my fish membership... smiley42

It does look like a great game... smiley116
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(Date Posted:05/06/2011 14:18)

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Haven't played yet, cuddle.  I was hypnotized into buying it.  IT WASN'T MY FAULT!!!!!       smiley22


Ha ha! If I'd known the hypno-smiley worked, I'd have been hypotizing you all for ages!


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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/07/2011 03:01)

Give ... esme ... cookies ...

smiley91smiley91smiley91
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(Date Posted:05/07/2011 16:05)

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Give ... esme ... cookies ...

smiley91smiley91smiley91


C is for cookie... that's good enough for me!


Thanks, b00!!



Okay, back on topic: Raincliff is awesome. I'm playing it slowly to savor every bit of it. I am finding that Elephant games are pretty awesome in general. No questions about it, though, Raincliff is worth every penny!
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/07/2011 16:39)

   I agree with you, Esme!  Don't regret the $13.99 for this at all!  Glad I was hypnotized.    I have played about an hour now and still have much to do and I think I am still in chapter 1 at the stores. 
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 02:23)

I actually didn't play the first Mystery Trackers until Friday (yes, this week) and am now contemplating this game ... seems as if the CE is worth it, so I might spent the money on it.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 06:26)

I tell you what, b00k, this game is one of those rare games that I both can't wait to play and try not to play because I want it to last as long as possible. (Hope that makes sense) I've played about three hours, and I'm not able to play this weekend much due to Mother's Day responisbilities, so I'm kind of geeked that I will still have more game to play next week.

To me, The Void had a rather charming feel to it. I thought the ogres were cute, and the whole hidden forest/fun park thing was neat. For Raincliff, it's a bit of a different vibe. It's a little eerier and more scary in places. The cut scenes, which can often ruin a game IMO, are actually pretty awesome and scary. The imagery of the masked baddies is right up my alley too.

I really think you'll like it a lot. I know you're a much faster game player than I am, but I still think it'll be worth your time and money. At least I hope it is after I've been going on and on about how awesome it is to me. LOL!
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 07:07)

Well, I bought it already ... and I'm sure I won't regret it (even though they recylced at least one screen - you do the trunk of your car in both games and it looks almost identical). I may play games faster, but I make up for this by investing in games with a certain replay value - which, given the achievements, this game surely will have for me.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 09:04)

Since BFG can't get the last puzzle in Bonus Play to work for me... even after doing all the updates and suggestions they requested... they've offered me a refund on the game or I can replay it on Easy or Advanced. Unsure that I want to replay it at the moment, even in the Easy or Advanced modes, and since I can't access some of the Bonus stuff as it is now because they require the game be completed... I'll be asking for a refund. 

Oh, another thing... I noticed not all the achievemnets were awarded. Possibly the ahcievements weren't awarded because I can't finish the game? Doesn't make much sense since several have to do with not using hints which in Hard mode you don't get anyway. Reading the tech forum at BFG, I noticed others have posted about the achievments not being awarded as they should be. So keep an eye out on this, folks, when you play the game. The developer has been in the forum and reading and responding and has stated they are looking into the glitches some of us have come across. BFG is, also, reading and keeping track per Michael, the CS guy I've been emailing with.

All in all... I really liked this game and will replay it sometime in the future when CRS clicks in and I forget most of it.

Even with the glitches I came across... I still give this game...

smiley3smiley3smiley3smiley3smiley4

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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 09:07)

Love your avatar, small!
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Love your avatar, small!

Thanks OP! I have a huge orange tabby here at home with a personality that doesn't quit. Saw this avatar on a free site and knew I had to use it. The cat in the avatar could so be my Murphy. Butt grind and all. LOL.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 09:26)

It's Garfield, I think, but really great.

Well, I'm still at the beginning of the game, but I know already that I'll enjoy it ... and I'll enjoy cooling down with it as summer has overtaken spring over here right now...
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 19:49)

Finished this today.   It was a fantastic game.  For those of you who have not yet played but plan on it, I suggest writing down the areas visited and what you need to find to complete that area.  I had so many things and places going at once and didn't want to live in the strategy guide or keep using hints so started writing things down and this worked well for me.

Did anyone who finished notice in the bonus video section that there is a new game on the way, BLACK ISLE.  I enjoyed this one so much I will spring for the CE on the next  one also as soon as it comes out.  I thought this game was everything a casual game should be. 

Only one small complaint.  I was stuck on a mini game and went to click on the hint button and it solved the game for me.  Hint button is TOO close to the solve puzzle button.
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RE:Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
(Date Posted:05/08/2011 20:24)

Great idea OP - if I would write things down I wouldn't get so frustrated with the to-ing and fro-ing.  Being on my on to wander around and try to remember what is needed where without a map is a big turnoff for me.  It didn't use to bother me but I have aged!!  Thanks for the recommendation - think I may splurge on this one.
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