This games genre where they mix together the hidden object scenes with the inventory searches and a bunch of mini-games is a perfect place where for many people to compensate for so many things that they might lack in their real lives. Treasure Hunters is one where you can spend a few hours on trying to find some treasures, for example, as well as just survive.
The game combnes the typical number of things to do.
One of the things that remained unclear for me is the game's story. You don't get any of that in the beginning of the game. But from the game's title you can get that there are some treasures to find. Plus from the game's images you know that there are two character in here.
One of them is a young girls that appears at the top of the screen giving you some advice about how the game works and also telling what to do. As for me, I found it a bit irritating when she appears and tells you to do something while you are busy with something else. Eventually you start to understand where we are going and what's going on.
The game combnes the typical number of things to do. First, you will play the hidden object levels. I would even call them unhidden object levels because sometimes the only things that kind of clatter the scene are the ones that you are to collect. Very simple.
Then there are different other tasks given to you along the way. Sometimes they are like a separate mini-game, but they can also appear right where you are having a hidden object search.
The game has a special feature of different kinds of cursors. Those include things like night goggles, x-ray goggles, power clove. Those are used at different stages of the levels and represent different special abilities.
All in all the game doesn't seem too particular and detailed and polished, you know. It might be good for children because of the simpler kind of the hidden object searches.
The games is full of many things to make it a good hidden objec|/dventure game, but a trial version is always a good thing first.
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