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When you plan to go for a picnic what kind of things are you trying to foresee? Do you always know for sure which things are essential and which might occur needless? Will you go if you know that you'll get into tornado? And what will you do if it actually happens? Tom and Amy face all these question in a new Hidden Object Game called Tornado: The Secret of the Magic Cave.
The game is a real treasure for two categories of the players: the ones who study English and the teenagers. Why is it so? For several reasons...
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.
Lara Gates - The Lost Talisman has been recently released into the denre of hidden object games. The game doesn't stand up to the standard of the genre hits. It doesn't mean that the game is a total disaster though. You are going to play as a young anthropologist named Lara (you didn't need me to tell you that because the name of the game dives it all away, right?). She usually works for wealthy clients when they need some help with ancient artifacts. This time around she is given an assignment by a college Dean to study some ancient talismans hidden around the campus. As you start this so called case, you soon realize that those talismans attract evil powers to the world as by staying separated. So this is the beginning of the journey Lara is about to take in Lara Gates - The Lost Talisman.
Vampire Saga - Welcome To Hell Lock promisses to be all creepy and bloody, but it really isn't, and the gameplay assignments that you get are not that challenging all together. There might be one really impressive horror-wise moment in the game, and that's about it. The game takes you into an abandoned town, where you are to explore the streets and many other locations in order to find your way out of there. There isn't much of the story told behind the gameplay. You travel to new (or old) locations using the pictures in the photo album. That makes it easier to know where to go next or where there's a hidden object scene for you, but it also turns the game into a collection of hidden object scenes, rather than a story gradually unfolding before you.
The game is one of those bright and positive hidden object puzzle adventure. Time Chronicles: The Missing Mona Lisa challenges you to find the missing masterpiece by travelling through time. It's a good thing to start a week with something mysterious, but not too dark and creepy. The game is not one of those that take your breath away with their graphics and audio and how the story turns. This one is kind of less impressive, butit does have something catchy. You get to travel through time in order to find the Mona Lisa painting. The travelling will take to many different places on our lanet, which adds to the diversity of the backgrounds on the cutscenes. You will also play the same scene in different time eras.
You know how often casual games developers use well known classic stories to attract more people to their games. This is one of those games. Its story is based on one of the most loved novel by Jane Austen. We'll see if Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Anthologies will be as good as the book. The game seems to follow the book story without any huge changes, missing relatives, haunted asylums, and other things typical for the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. The game seems to follow the book story without any huge changes, missing relatives, haunted asylums, and other things typical for the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. You meet all the characters from the book. Some of them are ver beautifully drawn, while other are a bit strange looking. Like Mr.Darcy looks not very attractive despite the very well known fact of how handsome he is, and how loved he is by many of the women.
And one more time you get to live out, or rather play out, one of the most famous novels writen in human history. If you are interested in hearign and being part of this intriguing story once more, try Live Novels: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. I don't think there is really a need to go over the story Charles Bingly and his friend, Mr. Darcy, and Mrs. Bennet with her daughters. I'm sure there is maybe not a generation, but at least a group of people who never read the book, but know the story because they've played the games with the story.
If there are still those who preffer searching for hidden objects over anthing else, they might enjoy Little Things Forever. The game is a sequel to Little Things. The game is purely hidden object. And when I say purely, I mean it. There isn't much else to it. There are specific elements that usually come along with the games that have hidden object searches. But you are not going to have a compelling story of somebody missing or of some lost souls that need your help or of something else that would be a basis for lots and lots of adventure. No inventory to collect and no mind-bending puzzles to solve.