It is always good for a sequel to have something more than just repeating the story of the previous release with only a few changes. Gogii Games did their job very good by giving us the follow up to the story and setting new challenges before the players in Escape the Museum 2. This time you are not in the museum and you don't need to find the way out, but your family is and you do need to get them out. You play as David from the first game, who was watching TV when an earthquake hit. Everything's fine until he can't get a hold of his wife Susan. That's when the adventure begins. Now he is heading toward the museum through the all broken streets with fires and others who occasionally need your help. Each level is a scene that presents David with some sort of obstacle that he overcome - typically by figuring out how to pass through a locked or blocked exit by finding items in the scene that can be used to solve situational puzzles.
When she woke up, she found herself locked. But where? She picked up a lighter and appeared to be at a trunk somewhere in a garage. Sure she was frightened to death. But her only desire at that time was to escape it.
After some time and efforts, she managed to escape. Suddenly, she heard a voice. It was the kidnapper's one. She understood that it won't be that easy to escape all the traps laid out by him. But she will try. Even if it costs her the whole life. Even if there is no more ways out. Even if she doesn't remember who she is and how all this has happened. Even if that kidnapper is a serial killer. She will try...
The biggest and most powerful ship ever is back. To the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's tragic sinkage they have created its twin – Titanic II. The ship is going to repeat the same route across the Atlantic Ocean. But this time it should be completed. No victims, no accidents and no misfortunes... But there is a belief that one should not give another ship the name of an ill-fated one. Thus what should we expect from Titanic II? Whether it will manage to come to its destination point without excess?
Lost Realms: The Curse of Babylon is a new release from Big Fish Games in a Hidden Object genre. You are to stop the Curse of Babylon by traveling to the legendary city of Istanbul where Alexia needs you help. An ancient family curse has affected her friend, Ogan: a mysterious symbol has appeared on his hand, and it must be prevented from spreading! Journey through Turkish and Persian gorgeous scenes to find a cure for the Curse of Babylon!
The title gives away pretty much about what's going on in this game. The Return of Monte Cristo is a recently released hidden object game to take you on a journey driven by desire of revange. The story is pretty clear. The main character you play as starts for the journey to find those guilty of his beloved's death. The story doesn't take a big part of the game, but you do get some parts of it in between the levels. Most of the times you find yourself in a location with a list of items to find.
No place for games, that's serious stuff. Valerie Porter And The Scarlet Scandal is a recently reseased hidden object game from PlayFirst. Of course, that's not quite true. Even though the game tells you a story that doesn't sound like a children one, you still get lots of gaming here. This is your chance to prove that you really are able to do the job of a journalist. You are a mere reporter that gets a shot to investigate and tell a big story of murder. You need to do your best to make it clear for your boss that women can do something more than just a coffee. The game offers more of a challenge to the genre fans with every aspect of it being so carefully worked out.
I don't know what the hidden object genre fans did to deserve such an abundance of all of the great hidden object games released recently. Hidden Expedition: Devil's Triangle is a sequel of the well-known Hidden Expedition series. You are to get on an intrigue journey to resque one of your team member. There is no way for you to get on a journey to the Bermuda Triangle without being lost there, isn't there? You stumble upon all kinds of difficulties from the very start of your trip. But isn't that what we are looking for in the games of this genre?
Agatha Christie: Dead Man's Folly is a hidden object game that has you playing as the famous Hercule Poirot who received an invitation from the prominent detective novelist Ariadne Oliver. She has been arranging the Murder Hunt Game for the fete and having a foreboding of real danger. The plot follows an actual Agatha Christie novel by the same name.