Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler

Elephant Games, the creative masterminds behind Haunted Hotel, proudly present an all-new thrilling series: Paranormal Files! A drive back to your parents is interrupted by a strange girl hitchhiking on the side of the road. Unfortunately, she’s at the center of a paranormal phenomenon that’s caused hundreds of disappearances along Route 39, and now you’re one of them! Can you escape your fate, or will you die in three days like everyone else? Keep your wits about you explore this crumbling mansion in search of the truth behind the disappearances in the first episode of this new hidden-object adventure puzzle game series!

Outdoor scenes include background woods, and various gardens that were once alive and vibrant, but are now left overgrown and hide secrets. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Love this new series from Elephant With 8 puzzles and 9 hops. As for the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, they are well-crafted and nicely varied, but lacking in complexity and the integration into the storyline is not always seamless or smart. Just a few weeks ago I was writing about how disappointed I was that this dev had seemingly abandoned the creepy graphics style that drew me in hook, line, and sinker when I first discovered their popular series with the tiny little Elf dog can I say the title? Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Rick Rogers was determined to make a fresh start after a rocky relationship and betrayal by his best friend. Route 39 was a lonely stretch of highway, there wasn't a soul in sight for miles, until a hitchhiker appeared around the bend. But of course he does. Fun puzzles. Sooo much fun. Playing on the easiest difficulty setting, we finished Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler in just slightly over three hours and the bonus chapter in just 40 minutes. There were a couple of my favorites: multiple games in one; deciphering how codes were broken, and then your typical HO's, but not a lot of those. The Mini-Games are fairly decent and most are doable on the first attempt. While on the surface, the plot of Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler seems like just another tired attempt at the haunted house theme, the fascinating backstory and the heightened sense of urgency make this brand-new adventure an unexpectedly entertaining one. I hope the second one in the series is as good as this one! I will just say that in my opinion, this looks to be another hit series from Elephant, good job!

Tick, tock! Even interactive HO's which are a relieving change of pace. Not a scary game, but moody and detailed. Route 39 was a lonely stretch of highway, there wasn't a soul in sight for miles, until a hitchhiker appeared around the bend. If you like their past games you know you will have fun in this one. Great if you want a bit of solitude. The Mini-Games are fairly decent and most are doable on the first attempt. There were a couple of my favorites: multiple games in one; deciphering how codes were broken, and then your typical HO's, but not a lot of those. This game held my interest from beginning to end, in fact, I thought it became more interesting as the story progressed. Nooo, don't do it! Great storyline, fun puzzles and HO scenes. Great background music more of a non-instrusive, atmosphere enhancer. This one followed the story line front to back - and a good story line it is!!

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I can't wait Solitaire Detective 2: Accidental Witness see what Elephant has in store for the next edition and I highly recommend this jewel Paranoral a game to casual players of every level. Impressively, the environment in Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler is extremely haunting and satisfyingly Felow. Rose has some really Cubis Creatures secrets to share as you progress beyond "demo play". Gameplay wise, Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler gives the player a lot Parqnormal do. Each location is packed with interactive tasks and while they are often fairly straightforward, the back-and-forth navigation amps up the challenge level quite a bit. But of course Felloe does. Not too dark it is very fitting to the mood. I really Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler the HOP where you had to find Sketches on a wooden door that had been partially scratched out, I haven't seen that style done Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler. I hope the second one in the series is as good as this one! I highly recommend it. Now you must explore the creepy mansion and discover the dark truths behind the recent series of disappearances on Route Oh well This game held my interest from beginning to end, in fact, Fies: thought it became more interesting as the story progressed. Despite its underwhelming length, Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler includes all the expected extra items; a strategy guide, wallpapers, a screensaver, concept art, soundtracks, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements. Nooo, don't do it!

Playing on the easiest difficulty setting, we finished Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler in just slightly over three hours and the bonus chapter in just 40 minutes. Just a few weeks ago I was writing about how disappointed I was that this dev had seemingly abandoned the creepy graphics style that drew me in hook, line, and sinker when I first discovered their popular series with the tiny little Elf dog can I say the title? Outdoor scenes include background woods, and various gardens that were once alive and vibrant, but are now left overgrown and hide secrets. Now you must explore the creepy mansion and discover the dark truths behind the recent series of disappearances on Route Two thumbs up and bring on the next one! While on the surface, the plot of Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler seems like just another tired attempt at the haunted house theme but the fascinating backstory and the heightened sense of urgency makes this brand-new adventure an unexpectedly entertaining one. I will just say that in my opinion, this looks to be another hit series from Elephant, good job! I LOVE puzzles and there were a couple challenging ones, which is so much better than the "non" thinker ones. Oh well Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from Great Begining to a New Series The look for this game is just right. My personal preference is with the CE because it had a lot of decent extras, and they didn't stick out like a sore thumb like most games. And so begins the game of his life. This game held my interest from beginning to end, in fact, I thought it became more interesting as the story progressed. I highly recommend it. Rick should have kept driving that fateful day because now his time is limited, just 3 days, Rick has been given a mere three days to live or 3 days to survive!

This is due to the outstanding visuals and effects, as well as the sinister and bone-chilling background music. Now you must explore the creepy mansion and discover the dark truths behind the recent series of disappearances on Route In this series:. My only complaint is that the cursor turns Paranomral a hand when it scans across an item, but I worked around that by Zumas Revenge moving my mouse until I found the collectibles. Outdoor scenes Exorcist background woods, and various gardens that were once alive and vibrant, but are now left overgrown and hide secrets. I think Elephant fans are really going to appreciate this new series as much as I did. Each location is packed with interactive tasks and while they are often fairly straightforward, the back-and-forth navigation amps up the challenge level quite a bit. Some relatively normal looking scenes are thrown in with ones of large, abandoned buildings and rooms. It has a good balance. You can almost feel the damp in the air! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Casey48 from Looking forward to more of the same!!!!!! Paranorma location Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler packed with interactive tasks and while they are often fairly straightforward, the back-and-forth navigation amps up the challenge level quite a bit. Highly recommended.


Each location is packed with interactive tasks and while they are often fairly straightforward, the back-and-forth navigation amps up the challenge level quite a bit. You can almost feel the damp in the air! Two thumbs up and bring on the next one! Despite its underwhelming length, Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler includes all the expected extra items; a strategy guide, wallpapers, a screensaver, concept art, soundtracks, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements. I really liked the HOP where you had to find Sketches on a wooden door that had been partially scratched out, I haven't seen that style done before. Great storyline, fun puzzles and HO scenes. In this series:. If you like their past games you know you will have fun in this one. Quite often, I'm in the mood for a game With the goodness of his heart, he picked up the strange girl and promised to drop her off at a nearby mansion. This is due to the outstanding visuals and effects, as well as the sinister and bone-chilling background music. My only complaint is that the cursor turns to a hand when it scans across an item, but I worked around that by not moving my mouse until I found the collectibles. I highly recommend it.

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Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler

11 thoughts on “Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler

  1. Personally, I haven't felt this excited about playing a game after the demo in a long, long time because they usually fizzle after the climactic demo ending as if they had run out of ideas. It's a ghostly tale. Never gets really dark in content, so if you're looking for more of a fright, or just more of a sinister vibe, you won't get it here.

  2. Will Rick be able to escape his fate and will he die within three days just like everybody else? Route 39 was a lonely stretch of highway, there wasn't a soul in sight for miles, until a hitchhiker appeared around the bend. I hope the second one in the series is as good as this one! I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this fascinating new series.

  3. With the goodness of his heart, he picked up the strange girl and promised to drop her off at a nearby mansion. While on the surface, the plot of Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler seems like just another tired attempt at the haunted house theme but the fascinating backstory and the heightened sense of urgency makes this brand-new adventure an unexpectedly entertaining one. All in all, very entertaining and fun. Date published:

  4. Will you be able to escape this fate or will you die within three days just like everybody else? Despite its underwhelming length, Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler includes all the expected extra items; a strategy guide, wallpapers, a screensaver, concept art, soundtracks, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements. Not a scary game, but moody and detailed.

  5. Fun puzzles. I played the standard version and I'm so impressed with this game I'm itching to play the CE version. Playing on the easiest difficulty setting, we finished Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler in just slightly over three hours and the bonus chapter in just 40 minutes.

  6. Great background music more of a non-instrusive, atmosphere enhancer. As for the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, they are well-crafted and nicely varied, with just the right degree of complexity and the way this is integrated into the storyline is extremely clever! Oh well

  7. As for the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, they are well-crafted and nicely varied, but lacking in complexity and the integration into the storyline is not always seamless or smart. While on the surface, the plot of Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler seems like just another tired attempt at the haunted house theme, the fascinating backstory and the heightened sense of urgency make this brand-new adventure an unexpectedly entertaining one. I will just say that in my opinion, this looks to be another hit series from Elephant, good job! Good length. I can't wait to see what Elephant has in store for the next edition and I highly recommend this jewel of a game to casual players of every level.

  8. But of course he does. If you like their past games you know you will have fun in this one. Impressively, the environment in Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler is extremely haunting and satisfyingly creepy. Even though the paranormal has been done before, this game had a really interesting story and some fun puzzles. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this fascinating new series.

  9. Gameplay wise, Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler gives the player a lot to do. I will just say that in my opinion, this looks to be another hit series from Elephant, good job! Impressively, the environment in Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler is extremely haunting and satisfyingly creepy.

  10. It's a ghostly tale. Never gets really dark in content, so if you're looking for more of a fright, or just more of a sinister vibe, you won't get it here. My personal preference is with the CE because it had a lot of decent extras, and they didn't stick out like a sore thumb like most games. Each location is packed with interactive tasks and while they are often fairly straightforward, the back-and-forth navigation amps up the challenge level quite a bit. Rick knew better than to pick up a stranger, but after all, they were in the middle of nowhere, and she was quite beautiful, what could possibly go wrong?

  11. There were a couple of my favorites: multiple games in one; deciphering how codes were broken, and then your typical HO's, but not a lot of those. Paranormal Files: Fellow Traveler is a solid start to a new franchise, but might still be too generic to stand out. All in all, very entertaining and fun. Quite often, I'm in the mood for a game Nooo, don't do it!

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