The Mysterious City: Cairo is a sequel of The Mysterious City: Golden Prague.
The game takes us to a journey to Egypt. It's not like we, hidden object
game fans, haven't been there before in other games, but it is still
different and it is what the developers offer us.
You are to track down three artifacts that got lost on their way to a
musium in Alexandria. That's pretty much all about the story.
The gaming part is a great example of what a hidden object genre is -
variety of hidden object levels, mini-games, timer and a relaxed mode
for those who are not quick enough. The Mysterious City: Cairo really is a good game both for the new to the genre and for the well familiar with it.
Lost in The City is a thrilling quest game with a completely engaging story, addictive game play and high quality graphics. Though some of the features might be annoying, on the whole the game is definitely worth trying. It is called "The gloomiest story of love and hate", and I'm rather prone to agree. But I'll let you discover the whole story by yourself and talk about the game play instead.
For each chapter you'll have a number of tasks to complete. Some of
them are presented in a strict sequence and some can be fulfilled in
any order. There are also some mini-games, mostly jigsaw puzzles, to make the game play a bit more diverse.
Annabel is really a 3D hidden object game developed by JetDogs Studios and published by NevoSoft. The game features an interesting story, great graphics and lots of seek-and-find levels and mini-games. You go to Egypt both geographically and through time to save life and love of two people. As you may guess from the title, the
main character is Annabel. She is just a tourist in Egypt visiting one
of the museums there. This
trip to the museum led her farther than she shought. She is told the story of another Annabel who was Egyptian and lived long ago. She looks just like the princess and has a chance to save the princess's fate and her boyfriend's life. All in all the game is very enjoyable and offers a good change with its 3D graphics.
Insider Tales: The Stolen Venus is one of the latest releases. The game is developed and published by Intenium. It offers lots of hidden object levels and a range of mini-games to play. You play as a young detective named
Francesca DiPorta. This young beautiful lady is to find out who is
behind stealing a painting from a gallery. Though the hidden object sections are disappointingly ordinary, the
plethora of minigames that take place between levels almost makes up
for them. While it might not quite be the hidden object game you were hoping for, you 'll likely still find Insider Tales: The Stolen Venus entertaining enough to see it through to the end.
CSI:NY - The Game is a new show-basedhidden object game developed by Legacy Games and published by Ubisoft/Big Fish Games. The game offers a great opportunity to play several cases with already
familiar characters. The graphics (I mean characters) and sounds (I
mean voices) are all borrowed from the tv show.
You have 4 cases to solve. When you start each of them you see the intro reminiscent from the show.
After the investigation of a crime scene you play a number of hidden
object games and different mini-games, that usually represent all kinds
Annie's Millions is an interesting idea of a hidden object game. Developed by PoBros and published by RealGames, the
game gets you into an unusual place - you are to spend a million as
quickly as you can. All that is wrapped into hidden object levels and
mini-games in between. Have you thought what it would be like if you were really rich and wanted to give your money before you are dead? That's exactly how uncle Dave D'Nero decided to entertain himself before he is dead. You play as his niece Annie, who is involved into this weird competition to get the money together with other relatives. Annie's Millions is a funny and challenging game to play. It won't necessary be the best ever but it will definitely be a good one for a change.
Detective Agency is a new hidden object release from Far Mills Game Studios and GFI. In Detective Agency,James is a private eye whose "daily proceedings revision" is interrupted by a call from his pal Bill at the "Editorial" who gives him a lead on a theft that's just been committed. He decides to "turn to this case." The story itself is a maddening series of visits to various buildings where no one will help you until you perform a mundane task for them first, like fixing a radio, turning on the lights, or – the most absurd – putting a man's pearl necklace back together. In between levels you'll play a variety of mini-games, all of which are enjoyable though standard variations on familiar themes.
Flux Family Secrets: The Ripple Effect is one of the latest releases in the hidden object game genre. Developed by Skunk Studios and published by Big Fish Games the games takes you on a journey through time and space. Jesse grew up not knowing much about her past, so she's excited to
receive a letter from the Flux Family promising answers if she helps
them retrieve various historical artifacts by travelling through time
with the help of a special device. In each of the game's 10 chapters you'll visit three different
historically significant locations, such as Shakespeare's theatre in
Renaissance-era England, ancient China in Confucious's time, and the
famous Abbey Road recording studio in the 1960s.