Hidden Expedition: Midgard's End Collector's Edition
The Hidden Expedition series is one of the most loved hidden object puzzle adventure names in the genre. And Hidden Expedition: Midgard's End Collector's Edition is yet another great sequel that will require all you H.E.L.P. agent skills and experience.
Eipix Entertainment really deserve to know that they did a great job with this game. Somebody tell them!
The H.E.L.P. academy has been broken into and robbed. It seems that the burgler was interested in one particular thing from there - a map that is tied to a Norse artifact that has some immense powers that can lead to a catastrophe noone is prepared to, not even the Nordic gods. And the whole Norse myth is about the end of the world.
Things get pretty hot as you try to find the one behind it. You are going ot have to travel around the world from Budapest to Greenland to figure this case out. There is also a bonus game where you follow a madman in Arctic mines.
Eipix Entertainment really deserve to know that they did a great job with this game. The story is interesting and even informative as you travel from one place to another. The graphics are gorgeous and very detailed and the audios are excellent and well fitting the characters and the story.
There are four modes of difficulty to choose from (Easy, Medium, Hard, and Custom). You can adjust your hints (10-120 seconds) and skips (10-400 seconds). A Map and a strategy guide is provided as you play to help you find your way to the very end of it.
There seems to be a good balance between the hidden object scenes and the mini games. Both are very well thought through and seem to have something new to offer to those who have been in this genre for a while. They are also not easily solved, so the game may take quite a lot of time to complete.
There is quite a lot to collect as you proceed: 43 Thor's Hammer signs, 20 H.E.L.P fact cards, and 15 morphing objects. There are also achievements and a souvenir room. You can also expect all the usual media extras, like concept art and wallpaper.
It is a great hidden object puzzle adventure game that will probably please the more experienced and more picky players.
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