Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping Collectors Edition

Elephant Games proudly present the next exciting case in their new series Paranormal Files! Rick Rogers is back for another case, and this time he’s going undercover as a security guard to investigate a series of strange paranormal events at the local mall. Can Rick figure out what’s been causing the other guards to have mental breakdowns, or will he lose his own mind in the process? Find out in this dark hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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In the SE, there are 25 eyes and 12 figurines to find throughout the game and bonus. Perhaps Elephant had a larger budget to work with because they didn't cut corners with this installment or the previous two games either. In all honesty I was glad to finish the game as I saw nothing unique or different that I haven't seen a hundred times before and I felt bored. You might like it, but I'm not purchasing it. The gameplay itself isn't groundbreaking, but there are just enough unconventional elements to Mahjong Magic Journey the predictability off balance a little which I also appreciate. I really enjoyed this latest chapter of Paranormal Files; although "Fellow Traveler" where Dream Vacation Solitaire only has 3 days to Sparkle Unleashed the case or else he'll die is my Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping Collectors Edition. There Halloween Night Mahjong 2 lots to do in each scene and everything is either locked, broken or has parts missing to them, but you don't have to wander off far to find everything you need - just a couple of scenes. The graphics are predominantly good. If you like challenging collectibles, I highly recommend the CE version because can't remember the last time a Collectible was this challenging to find. It's up to you Rick Rogers, the famous paranormal investigator, to solve yet another creepy supernatural case The gameplay is nothing groundbreaking, but there are just enough unconventional elements to throw the predictability off balance a little. Elephant Games very rarely disappoints when it comes to sights and sounds. Glad that I got it with a coupon or special.

The Collector's edition version Bonus Chapter takes place one month after the Shopping Mall incident. In all honesty I was glad to finish the game as I saw nothing unique or different that I haven't seen a hundred times before and I felt bored. It felt rushed and static, there are much better ones in the series. Rick punches the clock once more to do some serious ghost-busting shopping. I really didn't notice the music at all. I disliked that mini-game because I thought the graphics were horrible and it was hard to decipher where to put them. While the tone of the game steers more toward the campy territory than actual serious adult horror like the Maze series, for me it is enjoyable all the same. Well since this is another Paranormal Files game, the go to fixer is Rick Rogers. That was it, I think that it was closer to an hour. Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping is consistently entertaining from beginning to end. Security guards at a local shopping mall are terrified out of their minds after claiming that they saw the mannequins came alive at night. Paranormal Files is a great series and even though this is only the third game in the series, all of them have been excellent. The brightness and contrast in some of the scenes could have been better balanced, but the sharp graphics and the atmospheric production are strong and engaging. That said, Kudo's to Elephant games for creating such an interesting plot for this edition!

There are lots Jigsaw Boom 3 do in Fables of the Kingdom II Collectors Edition scene and everything is either locked, broken or has parts missing to them, but you don't have to wander off far to find everything you need - just a couple of scenes. Collevtors last two security guards were so traumatized, they had to be Edtiion to a mental facility Both guards mumbled the same thing in a catatonic state, the mannequins are alive! I found that annoying! I found this game boring and didn't finish the trial. And I enjoy the time I played this one, but it was still a big let down. Enmoy, I suggest you trial the game to see if it is for you. Elephant Games very rarely disappoints when it comes to sights and sounds.


It is just the length that bugged me. The game delivers the horror elements fairly well through mini jump scares and an eerie environment too. The game delivers the horror elements fairly well through mini jump scares and an eerie environment. It seems like the devs just needed to get a game out so they bare boned it. Security guards at a local shopping mall are terrified out of their minds after claiming that they saw the mannequins came alive at night. Unfortunately, Detective Griffin receives a distress call when the Shopping Mall experiences more Paranormal Activity. As silly as that sounds, it goes a long way to make Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping a refreshing play. It felt rushed and static, there are much better ones in the series. Just lost interest waiting. All up the game and bonus took me about 4 hours to do, not skipping or hinting anything. The gameplay is something that I also enjoy in Enjoy the Shopping. Security guards at a local shopping mall are being terrified out of their minds after claiming that they've seen mannequins came alive at night. That took me a little while. Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping is consistently entertaining from beginning to end.

Detective Griffin arrives at Rick Rogers house to inform him that they have finally wrapped up their investigation. The hidden object games are slightly interactive straightforward, silhouette and finding pairs. They were sort of dreary and drab even with color. Paranormal Files is a great series and even though this is only the third game in the series, all of them have been excellent. You might like it, but I'm not purchasing it. When you have collected so many of them, then you can do a HOP in the Extras and can better your time. Security guards at a local shopping mall are terrified out of their minds after claiming that they saw the mannequins came alive at night. The Statues and Morphing Objects were well done too, but those eyes had me stumped in most of the scenes, a love-hate relationship lol. I really didn't notice the music at all. Completed Game 4. In my opinion Elephant Games very rarely disappoints when it comes to sights and sounds. Rick punches the clock once more to do some serious ghost-busting shopping.

When you have collected so many of them, then you can do a HOP in the Extras and can better your time. The Collector's edition version Bonus Chapter takes place one month after the Shopping Mall incident. Security guards at a local shopping mall are being terrified out of their minds after claiming that they've seen mannequins came alive at night. The same goes with the hidden object scenes and the puzzles — straightforward, yet quite creative. As silly as that sounds, it goes a long way to make Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping a refreshing play. The eyes had a fairly good challenge because they were small and some scenes were dark to find them. The scenes are also quite interactive and some are very puzzle-like. Sound and visuals are good. That was it, I think that it was closer to an hour. Happy gaming! The items are nicely blended into the scenery and the scenes are very clear with items that are easily identifiable. It took me an hour and a half tops to finish the SE.

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12 thoughts on “Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping Collectors Edition

  1. It seems like the devs just needed to get a game out so they bare boned it. The gameplay itself isn't groundbreaking, but there are just enough unconventional elements to throw the predictability off balance a little which I also appreciate. Well since this is another Paranormal Files game, the go to fixer is Rick Rogers. The game purely focuses on the HOPA gameplay and includes no gadgets or helpers, which I personally appreciate especially since the it is executed so well.

  2. The items are nicely blended into the scenery and the scenes are very clear with items that are easily identifiable. As silly as that sounds, it goes a long way to make Paranormal Files: Enjoy the Shopping a refreshing play. Sound and visuals are good. I found that annoying!

  3. The eyes had a fairly good challenge because they were small and some scenes were dark to find them. The Statues and Morphing Objects were well done too, but those eyes had me stumped in most of the scenes, a love-hate relationship lol. Well since this is another Paranormal Files game, the go to fixer is Rick Rogers. This is an average length chapter with 9 scene locations containing 8 Mini-Games and 6 Hidden Object Scenes.

  4. I found this game boring and didn't finish the trial. I disliked that mini-game because I thought the graphics were horrible and it was hard to decipher where to put them. Perhaps Elephant had a larger budget to work with because they didn't cut corners with this installment or the previous two games either. And I enjoy the time I played this one, but it was still a big let down.

  5. I really enjoyed this latest chapter of Paranormal Files; although "Fellow Traveler" where Rick only has 3 days to solve the case or else he'll die is my favorite. The gameplay is something that I also enjoy in Enjoy the Shopping. These are all very easy to do. Can Rick Roger, the famous paranormal investigator, solve yet another creepy supernatural case?

  6. The same goes with the hidden object scenes and the puzzles — straightforward, yet quite creative. I really didn't notice the music at all. Date published: It seems like the devs just needed to get a game out so they bare boned it.

  7. Anyway, there were too many mini games for my taste and too much back and forth and way too many inventory items. Get 'em shopping! The Collector's edition version Bonus Chapter takes place one month after the Shopping Mall incident. Rick punches the clock once more to do some serious ghost-busting shopping. Date published:

  8. The items are nicely blended into the scenery and the scenes are very clear with items that are easily identifiable. All up the game and bonus took me about 4 hours to do, not skipping or hinting anything. The scenes are also quite interactive and some are very puzzle-like. Overall, I suggest you trial the game to see if it is for you. The gameplay is nothing groundbreaking, but there are just enough unconventional elements to throw the predictability off balance a little.

  9. Perhaps Elephant had a larger budget to work with because they didn't cut corners with this installment or the previous two games either. I probably could have wrapped this game up in half the time it took me if I hadn't spent so much time staring at each scene to "see" the Hidden Eye. Security guards at a local shopping mall are terrified out of their minds after claiming that they saw the mannequins came alive at night. Unfortunately, Detective Griffin receives a distress call when the Shopping Mall experiences more Paranormal Activity. The brightness and contrast in some of the scenes could have been better balanced, but the sharp graphics and the atmospheric production are strong and engaging.

  10. After losing two guards to the same odd phenomena, they decide to bring in the expert, Rick Rogers the Paranormal Investigator. Happy gaming! I disliked that mini-game because I thought the graphics were horrible and it was hard to decipher where to put them. This is an average length chapter with 9 scene locations containing 8 Mini-Games and 6 Hidden Object Scenes.

  11. Get 'em shopping! Also for some reason, I didn't care for the graphics. It seems like the devs just needed to get a game out so they bare boned it.

  12. Elephant Games very rarely disappoints when it comes to sights and sounds. The Collector's edition version Bonus Chapter takes place one month after the Shopping Mall incident. So do you buy the CE or SE?

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