Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill

ERS Games returns with the next installment of the Shadow Wolf Mysteries series! After escaping as an infant, you and your father have been called back to Wolfhill. Your cousin sent your father the family symbol, which can only mean one thing... he's in danger from the same thing you ran from! Will your wolf curse help you save the day, or will it be your downfall? Find out in this hair-raising hidden-object puzzle adventure!


Intro Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill

A lot were Cruse sliding or with rotating. There was a good mixture of hidden objects and mini games. The hidden object scenes come in all known types of searches. As for the soundtracks, they are sub-par — which Mysteties: miles better than the annoying and unnecessarily dramatic voice-overs. The series in general tells a story Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill a special wolf The Secret of the Nautilus in a family. The audio-visuals create an absolutely matching atmosphere for the story. Your cousin Wollfhill in trouble, and you know it because he had sent your family's symbol. Several years have passed, and Wof father has taught you to control your curse, but tonight, you must return to Wolfhill for the first time, to rescue cousin Neil and his family from the same fate you escaped from all those years ago. It is a very dark and dramatic story, but it is also very interesting, ingaging, and addictive. The puzzles Echoes of Aetheria interesting and can be hard or as easy as you want. You can set the difficulty level according to your Weather Lord: Legendary Hero! in the settings. Length: I needed about 3 hours for completing. HOS were interactive and interesting and the mini games were for the most part, doable meaning I didn't skip very many of them which is my MO. The bad guys always do have such a gruesome laugh. In this particular game, you and your father are forced to go back to the very Mysteriex: you ran away from years ago.

These great quality graphics and music are part of the downloadable media extras. There is absolutely nothing unique about Curse of Wolfhill; from its predictable gameplay and tedious tasks to its insultingly easy puzzles and average hidden object scenes. There are several degrees of difficulty of which I chose the custom so I could set the skip and hint to its quickest times. Here are the others in the order that I remember playing. If you are new to the HOG genre, please don't be discouraged by many of the reviews. It just seemed to lack originality or something didn't appeal to me. I love the story, eerieness, music, and HOS. It did show places where things were to be done. I usually purchase the SE games, but couldn't wait so purchased the CE. I'm not sorry I bought the game, but it sure could have been better. The inventory list could get large at times but for the most part you used what you picked up fairly soon. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by confused from Another great Shadow Wolf It was a great story. The "wolf power" buttons could be a bit confusing especially toward the ending climax.

There are the usual complex inventory items to interact with, and custom difficulty modes Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill as well. Otherwise the game is good, puzzles very good. The ending could have been better. It was so much that I had to use the map just to find out where locations were and the next spot to work!! That is, decent enough, but nothing mindblowing. Nonetheless, we do appreciate the beautiful hand-drawn artwork and pleasant colors. These are not my favorites. Once again, you need to solve the family werewolf curse — it might sound fresh the first time, but definitely not the sixth time round. Date published: Rated 5 Iron Sea Defenders of 5 by confused from Another great Shadow Wolf It was a Little Things story. Same-o, same-o storyline but certainly worth the full price paid. Your cousin is in trouble, and you know it because he had sent your family's symbol. It has now Iron Sea Defenders to the sixth game in this seemingly never-ending HOPA franchise, and it is back with another mundane, recycled plot. There is an icon on the bottom right side of the inventory bar to keep track of the mistletoe, with a meter indicating how much you'll have to gather before the next "power" will kick in. Transporter map was good and very needed as this game was all over the place.


I love the story, eerieness, music, and HOS. Some could be played either in a casual or in a hard mode. It was like they had run out of ways to wow us. The escape from the prison through pebbles? It is a very dark and dramatic story, but it is also very interesting, ingaging, and addictive. Some of the items are fairly well hidden which presents a nice challenge. Who doesn't love werewolves? As for the soundtracks, they are sub-par — which are miles better than the annoying and unnecessarily dramatic voice-overs. It kept me intent on playing it out. There was a good mixture of hidden objects and mini games. That is, decent enough, but nothing mindblowing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kraymin from Excellent Game Lots to do and at times a bit difficult as there are too many areas open at once but all in all very challenging. Your cousin is in trouble, and you know it because he had sent your family's symbol. The music was the same as all the other and was a bit gritting on the nerves. Nothing we haven't seen before and several minis were repeated throughout the game.

Try the demo and see if you like it. Pretty much the same thing over and over. Give the demo a try and perhaps you will have a better experience than I. A long game which got to be a little tiresome toward the end. I'm not sorry I bought the game, but it sure could have been better. It did show places where things were to be done. That is, decent enough, but nothing mindblowing. The game meets most of my requirements: it is well-crafted, excellent animated, with fine graphics and good voice-overs. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bessiegirl from Good game This was an enjoyable game with settings options so you could set the hint and skip to refresh quickly. Chapters are pretty long!! It just seemed to lack originality or something didn't appeal to me. You get a strategy guide and a map. I got a bit tired of checking the map all the time and just used the hint to move around. Perhaps it is time to retire the series and move on.

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I enjoyed!! It was like they had run out of ways to wow us. Some of the items are fairly well hidden which presents a nice challenge. A lot were with sliding or with rotating. An evil druid makes experiments with the cursed people from Wolfhill and suppresses them. My rating is based on playing the entire SE. That is, decent enough, but nothing mindblowing. This is so poor. The game play is great, the puzzles were fun albeit I don't always have the patience to struggle for long, so skip a few , the voices and sounds were very good, the graphics top notch as normal. It just seemed to lack originality or something didn't appeal to me. There was a good mixture of hidden objects and mini games. Pretty much the same thing over and over.

2 thoughts on “Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill

  1. Kept getting lost! I'm sure the developers and BFG will appreciate your opinion. I love the story, eerieness, music, and HOS. The graphics in this latest edition of Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of Wolfhill are beautifully hand drawn, I prefer the crisp, computer generated graphics, but these artists deserve a pat on the back for their creativity.

  2. The series in general tells a story of a special wolf curse in a family. I also love werewolf games. No wonder we are getting fewer and fewer games.

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