The Legend of the Golden Tome is a combination of match 3 and hidden object game. The Golden Tome is a magic book written by the druids and hidden by six of them in the cave. And only a chosen one can find it and open it. It is a special destiny to protect and use the Golden Tome. So you have to prove that you can manage this by means of passing several challenging trials – both finding the objects and matching 3. Succeeding that will help you to find 6 crystals that are necessary for finding the book. Aidan, the druid who tells you the story, will be your guide and prompt you on your way.
As it always happens to the priests or followers of any belief or order, the dark priests of the Chaos God are dreaming of nothing else but resurrection of their master. The events take place in the non-remarkable village of Westwind where it has been peace and quite for many years. Being a daughter of two great Shamans of the village, who are so inconveniently dead, you have nothing to do, but come to Westwind to fight the evil and its henchmen. Fortunately, your mission is more than possible, as you’ll deal with the habitual tasks of hidden object game.
You play a young FBI agent solving a series of muders. The story turns out to be more complicated than you would have expected. The story starts with the fact that you had been tortured by a nighmare as a girl every night till you left the town. The nightmare is really horrifying with some satanic rituals and scary creatures. So as you can expect that part from the past wasn't told you just to fill in the space, and you can expect to reach some links with the past now 20 years later. The game is a typical mixture of seek-and-find levels with the interactive parts and other small puzzles. The graphics is one of the major pros of the game. If you are anything like me and apprecialte when your eyes can get just as much pleasure as your mind, you should play Mystery Valley.
You play as a young Nostradamus. He became aware of the strange gift - or curse, that he'd been given. He can't understand what to do with the visions that he occasionly gets. After his mom's advice he started a journal. The conversations usually happen between you and Leonardo Da Vinci. The is like a mentor for you giving advice and sharing some of his knowledge. Some interesting facts about him and other famous people you meet are recorded in the journal that you keep. Apart from the hidden object levels there are also many puzzles for you to solve. Most of them are very typical and the ones that you've seen and played before, like connecting the pipes or putting together a jigsaw puzzle. There are two modes in the game. The average one doesn't limit you in time for completing levels and doesn't punish you for random clicking, while the advanced one does.
Haunted Halls: Green Hills Sanitarium is a newly released game for the hidden object/adventure fans. The game was realised absolutely in time for some horror... You are going to find yourself in a places you would never want to be in reallity. Trust me. It all is just way too creepy and not in a funny way. The game developers have chosen one of the most perfect places for an eerie story to unfold. You play as a young woman who kind of lost her boyfriend. He went to investigate an old forgotten mental clinic, but it's been a week now since the last information received from him. He told you that some strange things were happening here, but you didn't realized how true that was before you got to the place. You suffer from different hallucinations, some of which are not that unreal by the time you arrive to the clinic. You start from the outside area of the sanitarium exploring it all around. The place looks weird, sounds weird, and is weird.
Have you ever spent an evening telling the thrilling stories and sitting by the fire? You should definitely try on the Halloween! Even if you don't have an opportunity to go camping and have decided to stay at home, you still can play a new thrilling hidden object game by GameHouse Studios and Absolutist – Campfire Legends: The Babysitter. This is a second title of the trilogy, so don't get upset when you finish it: there is another one on the way! And now take your place around the campfire, surrounded by the girls that you've met in the previous game Campfire Legends: The Hookman, if you played it, of course.
Letters from Nowhere is the best prove to the well-known truth that the old ox plows a straight furrow. The game is a classic hidden object with rare puzzles involved. There are no character interactions or much of mini-games. And this doesn’t at all affect the general impression of the game that is mainly created by wonderful graphics and perfectly matching music. In our high-tech time of e-mails and skype we hardly can recall the last time we’ve received the letters. And personally I don’t know the person who doesn’t like the messages brought in a paper form. Don’t you agree that receiving a letter became a magical event? Especially when it goes about the letters from… nowhere.
You start off with getting a little bit of the story that stands behind the game. The character you play as is a young beautiful lady full of dreams and hopes before her family goes bankrupt. You are now the only hope for your family. How are you going to help everyone out? Oh I didn't tell you that the story takes place when arranged marriages were still practiced. So, yes, you decide to travel to a marquis to marry him. You haven't seen this guy ever in your life, but he is supposed to be rich and able to deal with all your father's debts. The key words in the previous sentece are about him being supposed to do all that since, as it was said before, you find out something about him and that changes things quite a bit. But who knows maybe another truth may change everything upside down once again.