Mystery Trackers: Paxton Creek Avenger Collector's Edition
In the tenth game in the series, Elephant Games gives you an exciting story about a masked villain who takes on the whole Mystery Trackers organization. A mystery man calling himself the Paxton Creek Avenger has terrorized a theater full of people. He's kidnapped your commander's daughter, and you've got to stop him! Luckily, you've got faithful Elf by your side, as well as an unknown ally. With their help and the use of a special thermal scanning device, track down the Avenger and find out what he has against the Mystery Trackers. Solve a variety of mini-games, including Match-3 and Rube Goldberg-style super puzzles. Search for clues in listed, silhouette, and interactive hidden-object puzzles.
January 29, 2016
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Thermal Scanning Device
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Soundtracks
Achievement & Collectibles
We always look forward to a new Mystery Trackers game, ever since the legendary first game of the series, The Void, came out and stole our hearts. Now that the franchise has come to its tenth installment, it seems like the it is not going anywhere soon.
In Paxton Creek Avenger, a masked villain has terrorized a sold-out theater and threatened the Mystery Trackers themselves! Not only that, he also kidnapped the beloved daughter of the leader of Mystery Trackers. Who is this guy and what is his real motives? Can you save your boss’ daughter just in time? The storyline Paxton Creek Avenger might not be as strong as we have seen in the previous games, but it is decent enough to keep us interested.
As with most of the Mystery Trackers games, it’s hard to fault with the game’s production and presentation. Paxton Creek Avenger featured top-notch graphics and incredibly detailed artwork. Each location is beautifully presented with perfect colors and flawless special effects. In addition, the soundtracks are as dramatic as ever, but we didn’t find them distracting at the slightest.
The gameplay of Mystery Trackers: Paxton Creek Avenger is indeed impressive. It is well-built, extremely cohesive and flows very smoothly; however, it brings absolutely nothing new to the genre. Paxton Creek Avenger plays like any CE-quality HOPAs would do, a standard adventure thrown in with straightforward puzzles and mundane hidden object scenes. Still, Paxton Creek Avenger is not as easy as we thought it would be; perhaps, because there are so many tasks to do in each location.
All the flaws aside, Mystery Trackers: Paxton Creek Avenger is an extremely entertaining game – we just wish that it was a little longer. We finished the main game in less than four hours, and the solid bonus chapter in 50 minutes. Of course, the Collector’s Edition comes with a handful of extras; wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, an archive, two sets of collectibles, a strategy guide and achievements.
In this series:
- Mystery Trackers: The Void
- Mystery Trackers: Raincliff
- Mystery Trackers: Black Isle
- Mystery Trackers: The Four Aces
- Mystery Trackers: Silent Hollow
- Mystery Trackers: Raincliff's Phantoms
- Mystery Trackers: Blackrow's Secret
- Mystery Trackers: Nightsville Horror
- Mystery Trackers: Winterpoint Tragedy
- Mystery Trackers: Paxton Creek Avenger
- Mystery Trackers: Train to Hellswich
- Mystery Trackers: Queen of Hearts
- Mystery Trackers: Memories of Shadowfield