The Hidden Object Show - The Essence of Hidden Object Games
Lately all the hidden object games can boast a complicated story and realistic characters. The one we are presenting is not like this. The Hidden Object Show is the very essence of hidden object game play, where your attention is fully concentrated on the game itself. Just play and win prizes - that's all what is about it. But who needs more?
The wheel spins, and in a moment you find yourself in the whirl of a gorgeous contest, where all the possible hidden object fun is yours, as well as the numerous prizes!
As I already mentioned, The Hidden Object Show doesn't contain much of a story as contrasted with most of the great hidden objet games released lately. But this is over and above compensated with variety of game play and number of scenes to explore. But let's start from the very beginning.
So, you are offered to take part in The Hidden Object Show - a reality show where you are able to win money and valuable prizes (virtual, unfortunately) by fulfilling hidden object tasks. You'll start with the moderate amount of $100 and have a chance to win up to $ 8 million if you try hard enough.
Each game stage out of 30 will take you to a new scene, where you'll play from 3 to 5 rounds in different game modes. The first round is always in List mode (that is you have a list of items to find, which is more than usual in hidden object games). Besides the objects from the list look for question marks and stars - those give you Hint Chips and Skip Chips that will make the game a bit easier, surely, if you use them wisely. The numbers of hints and Skip Chips is limited, so if you have reached the limit, don't bother to search for those. There will be none.
After you complete the first level of a stage you'll be taken first to the progress screen where you can see where you stand in the prize table and the remaining way to the grand prize. After this you get to a large wheel which will determine the mode for the next game round. The wheel consists of 10 game modes, each with its type of game play, which will be unlocked as you progress in the game. In the beginning you'll be offered 3 modes (Riddle, Silhouette and Spot the Difference). And here is where you can use your Skip Chips. If you don't like a particular mode, for example, you are not inclined to solve riddles or look for similar items, and don't want to play it, just put a chip on it on the wheel, and it will be skipped. You can use even all your chips simultaneously.
Tip: Spin the wheel when the progress bar reaches the yellow section of the arow - this will earn you additional Skip chips.
I should also say that all the tasks are quite challenging starting from the very first level, so be prepared to use all your attention.
On the whole the game is of very high quality and the variety of game play makes is really addictive. I'm definitely into it. Are you?
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