Tiny Tales: Heart of the Forest Collector's Edition
Those who have been playing casual games and the hidden object puzzle adventure genre, in particular, know that these games come out almost daily. On the one hand, there is so much to use for the story and puzzles, on the other hand, they still seem to be often similar and not unique. Though many of them are quite good and enjoyable, only some are truly creative and incredibly engaging.
Upon returning home from his travels, Max finds his mom harassed by a tax collector.
Tiny Tales: Heart of the Forest Collector's Edition belongs to the smaller group of the more addicting games. The game features a cute little story and an interesting gameplay. You play as Max, who is just a little man trying to help his family (which kind of shows his big personality).
Max comes from a kingdom of tiny people that live under mushrooms and leaves. They are said to live in peace with all creatures, but it seems that their own kingdom is not all that peaceful. Upon returning home from his travels, Max finds his mom harassed by a tax collector.
He sets out to find the money to help out his family. And he finds out that there is a tournament to be held in their kingdom and the winner receives a huge prize. Max is now preparing to win.
The story is accompanied with great graphics that show the world of the tiny people. You can not deny that their world is depicted in a very creative way what makes it very attractive to play the game and learn more about them. The gameplay is no disappointment, too! There are four modes with a customizable one which allows you to change the settings the way want.
There are hidden object scenes that have all kinds of known searches. There are puzzles that are fun and not too difficult. There are collectible dolls and coins. There are morphing objects and achievements. You receive a potion kit to create spells as well a map. 8 HO scenes and 8 puzzles are replayable. There is a bonus game with a short little task for you and a whole lot of cute media extras.
It is a great game for players of all ages. Don't miss this creative little gem!
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