Pure Hidden - Perfect
Every once in a while a developer presents a game that extremely stands out among the rest of the genre. This is the case with Pure Hidden from Ouat Entertainment.
The game is beautiful, interesting, challenging and absolutely worth of the time, effort and money if the trial version isn't enough for (and most probably it isn't).
The most unexpected part for another hidden object game is that you are not solving a mystery or trying to save the world or somebody's life.
In Pure Hidden you are actually playing to help a plant grow flowers and fruit. Doesn't that sound weird when you talk about a hidden object game?
So you do that by completing different levels. The game isn't actually all pure hidden object like.
It contains of hidden object levels, mini-games and other activities. The hidden object scenes are very well done.
Even though the scenes are very beautiful and offer a great rest and pleasure to your eyes, don't expect them to be very easy. You might even be shocked at first because you don't see a clattered scene, you actually see a beautiful picture where you are supposed to find tons of items.
Other levels are some of the familiar mini-game like connecting the parts of a pipe. Others are just for fun and can be skipped or replay if you want.
As you can see there isn't anything so very particular about the game that hasn't been done before.
I guess the major trick here is that it's all done in a very sophisticated way. It gives you both great pleasure and challenge.
The only bad thing about it, just like with other good things in this world, is that it's not as long as it's desirable.
Pure Hidden won't be a dissapointment for neither new to the genre nor the gurus for sure.
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