A Girl in the City is a girly game from start to finish. The very small picture of the game with those shiny pink heels says it all without even further words. The title discribes the story in four words. There isn't too much to it, but still. You play as a young girls named Laura, who is waiting for the job of her dreams in the big city. She came from her home town with a journalist degree, but she wasn't lucky enough at it yet. While she is waiting for the big one, she is willing to do the smaller jobs. That's why you start with cleaning the kitchen surrounded by pizza boxes and other related to pizza items.
A Vampire Romance: Paris Stories is one of the latest releases to the hidden object genre. Having played this game I feel like I made a trip to the past due to the way the game looked and played. The story reminds a bit the Twilight movie story. In this game you play as a young girl who comes to Paris to study art. There she meets this mysterious guy, and as you can guess from the title, things get romantic but complicated. So if Twilight story wasn't enough for you, you can also enjoy this version of the girl-meets-vampire story. Now I have to explaain why I said before that it felt like I travelled back in time. The game basically consists of good old hidden object levels and mini-games of different kinds. There is also a part with iteractive searches, but it isn't that big part of the game, and it isn't that challenging too. You don't have to think hard where to use what and how to get somewhere. Everything is pretty easy here.
Another game has been releases into the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. The game tells you a familiar story of some abandoned a forgotten asylum. There is a mystery to reveal, many puzzles to solve, and many items to find. Abandoned: Chestnut Lodge Asylum is all about dark creepy secrets from the past. The Chestnut Lodge Asylum is abandoned and forgotten, but many years ago a terrible tragedy unfolded behind those rusty gates. Every year, patients disappeared from the asylum without a trace. Neither the nurses nor the police could find any clues. But one day, everything changed.
Abra Academy is a new hidden-objects puzzle. A young girl Wanda is fond of magic and dreams about career of witch...You, together with your young protégé, is to graduate from the Abra Academy with the best result and acquire the magical skills. Completing level after level and finding hidden objects, you are to earn as more score as possible. System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista 500MHz or faster Processor 128MB RAM DirectX 7.0 or higher
If you like Abra Academy and cannot get enough of hidden object games, this sequel is worth checking out. As far as the gameplay is concerned, Abra Academy Returning Cast inherits basics from the first version. Aside from this, the second version offers you an intriguing storyline – some green malicious creatures have invaded the Abra Academy and its campus and are causing havoc and misplacing objects and hiding in the campus. Your mission is to track down these little monsters by finding a list of required objects.
In Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden you get to save your fiance. What a noble thing to do! The game is a masterpiece in all of the aspects. You get to solve many mysteries and puzzles in the deepest places and be a part of this great love story. Yes, you are to go down to the depths of the sea to find your love there and rescue him. Yes, you play as a female hero. What happened with the knights that save their princes?! Anyways, that's the way it is in Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden. This whole underwater theme is kind of unique. At least for now. And it is a great source of absolutely stunning and attractive locations. The colors and details make it really enjoyable to travel from one place to another. The music and sounds and voice overs are just as great, and they totally match the atmosphere
Adventure Chronicles: Search for Lost Treasure is a sequel to hidden object hit Escape the Museum. Goggi Games took the main character a step farther in this game.
In every scene you are to find the items listed, tools, and special items that can be used somewhere on the scene.
The graphics and sounds and music are almost perfect - very well done for a hidden object game.
The immortal novel by Daniel Defoe has been given a new exciting life, now in the form of an
addictive hidden object game. Due to its engaging game play, eye-catching graphics,
challenging puzzles and nice background sound the game presents one of the most high quality
examples of HOGs in the current casual game market.
game is divided into 6 chapters, with 6 stages in each. Each chapter has a theme, like the
wrecked ship or Robinson's house, and several locations with different tasks. You can choose Relaxed or Survivor mode - and thus regulate the level of pressure in the