Treasure Seekers: Follow the Ghosts

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  • Free the trapped ghosts!
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.6 GHz
  • Memory : 1280
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 164

Review for game Treasure Seekers: Follow the Ghosts

Jump into an exciting adventure as you help Nelly and Tom free some unlucky ghosts who are being trapped by an evil alchemist! Use your Hidden Object skills to explore a mysterious world, and discover valuable clues. Track down the necessary items to free the dead ancestor of Cardinal House, a shaman, and many other characters in Treasure Seekers: Follow the Ghosts! Stop the evil alchemist and save the day!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

March 19, 2010

Game Rank

1237 points

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Hmm, wasn't it short?
August 7, 2012

Have played others in the series and will now have another look at them. This one was quite simple not very taxing but seemed to finish suddenly, to such an extent I went back and played it again! Plenty of unsolicited help given as previous reviewers have remarked. Wonder if the Collector's Edition is any longer - can't afford the extra cash though.

Love adventuring with Treasure Seekers
April 29, 2013

I love the Treasure Seekers games. I didn't like the demo of this one as much as the others,partly becuase Tom was acting obnoxious. But playing it was just as good, and he learned some manners from the undead. I love the sense of adventure rather than dread--not a horror story or dark and depressing though there are ghosts, mummies, etc. Nellie and Tom help everyone and work together. Good clear graphics and fun gameplay except for caging the bird, where a cursor change is needed.

Love it!
March 23, 2013

This game was just enjoyable not just for children but also applicable to adults and all ages, it was fun but the toughness of the game FOR ME was a bit in need of improvement.. I read one of the reviews where i gradually agree where i guess it would have been much better if you were hunting the ghosts... but all in all I like it ! THUMBS UP!

Mayzy's Reviews - Treasure Seekers: Follow the Ghosts
June 3, 2012

Once again, Mayzy picks up the story right in the middle. Time to backtrack and figure out who these people are. Don't make my mistake- pick up the Treasure Seekers games in order! This was a cute game that follows the adventures of two young mystery hunters. You travel with them to exotic locations to help bring peace to the dead- but it's not a scary game. All the ghosts and whatnot are really quite friendly. The gameplay itself is fairly easy but it's nicely put together and pretty to look at. The characters are simple but effective and the story comes in nice, bite-sized chapters. A bit short overall, but a good game to relax with. Try to find it on sale, as it is pretty short for full price, but a good game nonetheless.

Nice game!
June 23, 2012

This game is refreshing. The storyline is good. The graphics are crisp. The HOS are clear. The puzzles are easy. There is no map, but no need for one, since there are only a few locations pro chapter. There is no stress, you always see which tasks you have. It took me a little less than 3 hours finishing it. All in all, entertaining and relaxing.

June 16, 2013

About 3 ? hours, although I?ve played it a couple times before, so it will likely be longer the first time you play, since I basically knew what to do this time. Help paranormal experts find the missing ruby heart diamond in 1931. Help them rid the ghost at Caldwold manor in England, a yeti in Germany, a reawakened mummy in Nacropolis, and finally visit Russia. Graphics and story are nice. HOS are fill-in the circles; objects will combine automatically on casual. Puzzles are varied and interesting, including riddles. Gameplay is relatively easy on casual mode, as hints automatically are given in the conversations between the paranormals and the people being helped. Although there are 4 locations, there is no back and forth between them. Nelly is the practical, helpful and charitable one (she rescues a hamster before blowing up a cave) while Tom is a somewhat egotistical guy. Occasionally, there?s a sense of humor coming through, such as the snoring plants. The ending is a surprise for the villain (he lives, but that?s not the surprise).

Surprisingly Fun Hidden Object/Adventure Game
November 22, 2011

I liked this game more than I thought I would. It's a hidden object/adventure game about two main characters who are young paranormal investigators. They try to find the ghosts and what their stories are, mysteries about them, and help them move on. It's aimed toward younger players, but is not childish or too easy. Graphics are great, story line is simplistic, challenges are fun, and if you get stuck, it helps prompt you. Overall nice game, better than many of this genre!

Surprisingly, not so gore
April 7, 2012

From the title, I would expect a dark, gothic scene. But, this is surprisingly nice, relaxing HOG. Puzzles are simple, a bit tough. Storylines are OK. But that's about it.

They have grown up...
November 14, 2011

It's a nice change from the hack and slash of the average games we see. The kids have grown up. Both are smart and polite even to the dead. The HO scenes are easy to see, the quests and story line are relaxing and fresh. One of the good things about the quests is that you aren't hunting all over the creation for the items you need. Each story line consists of 3 to 4 scenes max so finding items is not tedious. Enjoy..)

Very enjoyable game
February 28, 2014

This game keeps you thinking. The same brother and sister, Tom and Nelly, are in this game, just as in the others in the series. There is a missing jewel, the Ruby Heart. There is also a master criminal behind all the problems in the story. Tom and Nelly go all over the world looking for the jewel. They meet a different ghost in each of five chapters, and their job is to help the ghost. All the tasks for the chapter are listed for you. There is also a hint system, but at times the hints are vague, and you really have to think about what to do next. In most scenes there are objects to click on, and when you do, circles pop up. Your job is to find all the related objects in the circles so you can get an important object. At other times you find hidden object scenes and get something you need at the end. There is a penalty for random clicking. There is also quite a bit of backtracking to find things you need, which is why I gave this game four stars instead of five. But this is still fun and definitely recommended.

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