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The Agency has sent you off on another adventure to investigate a distress call from a scientific research team in Alaska. The discovery by Professor Lloyd of an ancient species trapped in the ice has revealed a traitor in their midst. Someone wants these creatures kept secret, and is willing to pay the ultimate price!

These ancient lifeforms have the ability to control both body and mind. Is there anyone you can trust, or will you end up a slave as they try to spread to the rest of the world?

Use the abilities of your high-tech visor to examine frosty hidden object scenes.

Your trusty sidekick will assist you in a variety of frigid puzzles and chilling mini-games.

Destroy these dangerous beings forever and enjoy additional Collector’s Edition exclusives including super puzzles and collectibles!

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Version 1.0.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
116 Ratings

116 Ratings

lynx minx ,

Mystery Trackers: Winterpoint Tragedy by LynxMinx

This game had a lot of good elements but I just did not enjoy it. There were varying levels of difficulty. It did have beautiful wintry graphics and exciting cut-scenes. The story was easy to follow. You get a bling scanner, a cell phone and your doggie Elf to help you. Lots of collectibles, including stars. Loading was instantaneous between locations and there was a marked teleport map to get you there. Inventory was labeled and there were plus items. The HO scenes were varied and interesting. A lot of the mini-games were rotational stuff that I don't really like, but some I did enjoy. The game was short, even with bonus adventure, and that is the main reason for deducting a star. I also felt it was slightly glitchy at times, but maybe it was me. At least for once Elephant didn't torture us with RATS! Maybe if my head was in a different place I would have liked it better, but I am experiencing a lot of medical issues and not thinking as clearly as I usually do.
Dream Team Elite, please check out the New York Mysteries games from a developer called Five-BN! Amazing! KimTwilight mentioned them and they were fabulous. We are lucky to have her; she finds more games for us than BigFish, lol! Lynxie sends ❤️💋😘 to all!

duidance ,

great game AND a story!

Finally, a game that has all the details of a challenging, fun game plus an interesting story that follows its plot line and does not disappoint. Original collectibles, morphing objects, humorous surprise achievements, collecting STARS (who wouldn't enjoy collecting stars??) and a setting in my home of Interior Alaska. I can relate to the climate! I'm a happy camper. Good job, developers! *Update: completed the game. Still hold a high opinion of the clever design that went into this game. Suggestions for developers- 1. Some of the HO objects were very tiny and hard to discern. Can you enlarge them a bit? 2. Nobody teaches Alaska history well anywhere, except the university history profs in AK or Native elders. I've studied with both. May I help? You wove your Alaska setting better than any game I've encountered. However, there are 11 different Native groups in AK. Two are Eskimo (Yupik, Inuit), one Aleuts, and the others are various Indian tribes. The Interior is populated with the Indian tribes, while the northern and west/southwest coastal regions are inhabited by the Eskimos. Only the Tlingit tribe, an Indian tribe in the relatively warmer SE stretch of Alaska built and used totems as they were located near the lush Tongass forest. Eskimo and Interior Indians didn't build totems due to needing all available wood for burning simply to keep warm (-60 degree temps). Just some notes for authenticity :)

blueflier ,

It is good game, just not as good as others in the series

I like Elf, and he's in this game...Yay!

But while all the fundamentals are great, the plot just doesn't work with the MT series. And I'm used to some innovative thinking from this series, but this didn't have any. I wasn't going to review, because most of the other reviewers have made similar comments. Just So so so SO predictable. Find oil for a rusty lock, check. Use a coin to unscrew something, check. Run up stairs to battle the bad guy, check. And on and on. So, there's not much new I can say, except that some reviewers have said the game is short. I didn't find it short...just puerile, boring and cold. So, for me, it's a three star game and Elf gets his own little extra star.

Hope all the reviewers are well. I saw Lynx has medical issues, sending prayers. And good wishes to all. Thank you for the excellent reviews. 🐈💐🌸🌼🌷🌹

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