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Game Review   2012-12-19

 

Who Am I: Hidden Object Adventure


Who am I? Such a philosophical question! Though the app with this title which I stumbled upon on iTunes has nothing to do with extensive reflections about the meaning of life. Quite the contrary! It's a humorous Hidden Object adventure and your guaranteed cheerful mood for a good few hours.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Different seek-and-find mechanics include the search by names, silhouettes and placing the objects from the inventory to diversify the game experience.

 

In this first-person game story you wake up to find yourself in a strange town where everyone seems to have lost their common sense. To make it worse, you don't remember your name an have been warned by the local intelligence agency to never come across again. So, now it's up to you to recall what have happened and try to cure the townsfolk from the odd disease.

 

Though the game is a kind prequel to a top PC title, City of Fools, it is a stand-alone HOG which will be interesting regardless of passing the original. Just like in the first installment, Who Am I offers multiple side quests which are optional to take but prolong the gameplay.

 

While the first episode tends to be a classic adventure game, here you find a HOPA with 18 hidden object scenes and various mini-games. Different seek-and-find mechanics include the search by names, silhouettes and placing the objects from the inventory to diversify the game experience.

 

 

Still what I liked most about this HOG, is that game ending depends on you! Though it's not a unique feature for casual games, but generally I'm too lazy to pass all the same again just to learn “what if”. However, it's not the case with Who am I. As mentioned above, additional quests contribute to the game replayability and let you receive deeper experience.

 

Just a tip: peep into the walkthrough or game forum to be sure that you won't miss anything. All the tasks you pick are automatically recorded to the notebook, which is very handy because you might forget where the found object should be applied. All new locations are also marked on the interactive city map which allows you to switch to any of them instantly. However you are always welcome to roam about the town using arrows and explore the vast virtual world.

 

 

So, play this fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure, find the villain and save the humanity! It's high time to smile!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Game Review   2012-12-19

 

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