Get the scoop on the Emerald City's most famous landmarks in City Sights - Hello Seattle!, a delicious hidden object excursion for enthusiastic sightseers!
As a respected travel journalist, you are on a fantastic new assignment in Seattle, the birthplace of $5.00 coffee, grunge music, and UPS. Your project is to write a featured editorial for the exciting travel magazine, "City Sights!". You have just 10 days to explore this beautiful city and find all of the interesting facts about famous landmarks and hidden gems. Can you meet the deadline and give your readers a wonderful article to captivate them?
Scour the Seattle landscape to visit 70 celebrated spots like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum! Search for over 2,000 hidden objects using your keen eye for detail. Take on additional assignments from your editor and stay sharp to earn trophies. When your are finished with your article, you can even go back to get different item lists, earn better scores, and acquire trophies you may have missed!
Take your assignment now and try the free trial version of City Sights - Hello Seattle! or download the full-unlimited version and find out why critics say, "you'll find it so hard to stop playing" and "It's a wonderful take on the genre, and an enjoyable tour"!
Sightsee as a travel journalist on an exciting hidden object assignment
Explore the birthplace of five-dollar coffee, grunge music and UPS
Visit the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and other celebrated locales
I enjoyed this game. Wish it was a little longer. I found it highly addictive. The replay is very helpful to reach the goals for each level.
delacerp | Added on: November 11, 2009
This is by far one of the best HOG games out there today. You can set your own pace, ie: easy, medium, or hard levels. Great replay! This is a thinky, creative, fun, challenging game. Great value and it also makes a great gift for the holidays.
CACuriousSoul | Added on: November 12, 2009
The only problem I had with this game was that some of the items were sooo small, you could barely see them or make them out without using hints. Some of the "hard" items were no harder to find than the "easy" items. Other than that, it was a good hidden objects game and I hope to see more in this line.
kylakitty | Added on: November 16, 2009
A nice visit to Seattle landmarks with great graphics. Some objects were easy to find within seconds, (including some labeled as "difficult") while others were more challenging. I skipped through the storyline but still found the game quite enjoyable.
pandagrl | Added on: August 26, 2011
I like hidden object games that offer a challenge but not where I hit my head against the wall, and this is like that. Didn't realize the game was so old, since I just stumbled on it a few days ago...and now have a glitch with it. But otherwise, it's interesting and enjoyable.
loliver69 | Added on: November 9, 2009
I really loved this game. This will be one that I buy.
missclairol | Added on: November 4, 2009
A great trip through Seattle, this is not your average H?) game. While that is what you do, the achievements make this game totally ADDICTIVE. There are lists of easy, medium and hard to earn trophies, also you earn them for not using hints etc. Such a simple premise but it grabs you right from the beginning. Had a blast playing this game!
suecarrie | Added on: November 9, 2009
I really enjoyed this game! You can play it fast or slow. The hints recharge quickly enough to be a help when needed. The hidden objects were challenging but not impossible like some games.
emi1 | Added on: January 31, 2011
this game is a very simple/easy HOG. find items in different locations in Seattle. what made this game interesting was all the facts about Seattle. very good way to discover the unique places/things in that city. pretty cool concept.
dhuffrascal | Added on: November 9, 2009
I have recently moved and really enjoyed revisiting some of the sites and sounds of the Northwest in this game. The graphics were great and it kept me going to the next level. Thanks
risduo | Added on: August 11, 2011
Not a difficult game. It lets you play at a relaxed pace but keeps your interest thru the game. I'm enjoying it between bouts with more challenging games.
PARAPOOPER101st | Added on: August 19, 2011
I usually prefer to play "Hidden Object" type games in the Relaxed mode without A clock ticking, so being able to Replay A screen until you can beat the clock makes It fun enough. Also, the music Is OK to were I didn't turn It off like I so often do with games, It's tolerable, so turning It down Is sufficient. Overall, well worth the $2.99 I spent.
sportygal2009 | Added on: November 23, 2009
As the title says... five minutes or less. Though not required but it did make me chuckle as I was never able to get through each level in 5 minutes or less without using any hints as that was part of the assignment. As mentioned by others, the only problem I had with the game is some of the items were so small and I also found like others did that the so called hard to find items were sometimes easier to find than the easy items. This is what made me give the game a 4 out of 5. I am glad I purchased the game as it is addictive and nice that you are able to replay and restart levels. I also definitely recommend the game if you like a challenge because this game is definitely challenging. If a second part to this game is going to be made I hope the items to find will be just a little bit bigger and/or allow more than 5 minutes.
Keeps you looking, laughing and thinking. Good time alone and with the kids helping too.
katiehh | Added on: February 17, 2011
Even though I said this game is kid friendly, it is also very fun for adults. I would get so involved, that I could forget the troubles at work. I really enjoyed this one and hope there will be another about some other city.
Room333 | Added on: November 23, 2009
I found this one to be very demanding of time and tasks to complete in a short time. Not only do you have 3 levels of items to find but you also need to find all the teddybears or dogs (which ever you are being told to find in that area) plus try to do it without any hints or you have to try again until you find everything. Seemed very taxing to me to go faster and faster when some of the items to find were very small or behind other things.