Meet the quirky Worthingtons in an award-winning feature-length film as you complete each level of Familiar Strangers, a uniquely presented hidden objects adventure. Unlock the entire film, explore the movie's varied locations, herd cats, jar pickles, and support independent filmmakers while having a blast!
In this combination of game and film, the Worthington family gathers for Thanksgiving and unloads baggage in spades. The all-star cast of the film includes Shawn Hatosy (The Cooler), DJ Qualls (Road Trip), Cameron Richardson (Alvin and the Chipmunks), Ann Dowd (Garden State), Tom Bower (The Hills have Eyes), Nikki Reed (Twilight) and Georgia Mae Lively. If you like hidden object games with a twist, enjoy indie films and have ever experienced any family drama of your own, you'll love this game.
Peek into Thanksgiving drama at someone else's house when you try the free trial version of Familiar Strangers or download the full-unlimited version today!
Unlock the entire feature-length film by solving the puzzles and hidden object scenes.
Sounded good so downloaded it on fun pass good thing I didn't buy it very boring the movie part strange indeed.
gamer216 | Added on: August 26, 2013
I love how they made a game from a movie and had the movie incorporated within however the game itself needs a lot of work. It became tedious and the graphics weren't great it's like they took more time putting the movie in then the game.
32115802 | Added on: September 3, 2013
I found it to be different and played it and got stuck on level 7 then I got to a level that I still can't get past. I've sat and tried for hours and it just doesn't make it fun. It doesn't give you a choice to skip and go on like most games will. I wouldn't suggest it to anyone..
Fayleen | Added on: September 16, 2013
At first,I thought, boy what a cool idea to include a movie in the game. After sitting though the 3rd movie clip, I just lost patience with the game in general. The mini games were fairly easy and the hidden objects were fairly easy to find, but a bit difficult to pick-up. I have decided that I really don't want to have to watch a long movie clip when I am playing a game. It makes me lose interest in the game rather quickly.
I applaud the developers for trying something unique. You watch a little clip of a movie (aprox 5 mins) and then select 3 items that were not in the movie from a list of things supplied. You'll get an extra hint but if you're like me and not into watching a movie while playing a game, then the skip option comes up within the 1st minute. Then you move into the game area with some chapters to select from, each with a few H.O. screens or puzzles (find 10 items, name the differences etc). The H.O. screens are light and easy to see but some of the items seem to have a narrow click-on area so I found myself getting frustrated (eg: an apple - you had to click on the stem, clicking on the apple didn't do anything). The music is okay but becomes annoying and I just found the game boring. However, this would be an excellent game for someone just getting into H.O. games for for someone younger. I didn't finish but that was just my personal choice.
I didn't find anything entertaining with this game. I dumped it after Chapter 2 & very annoyed it took up a new HO game slot. It's been awhile since a 5 star game in this genre has been offered in my opinion. I usually give a game more of a chance but this game was just to monotonous to waste time on. Thankfully, I have fun pass!
TanyaLynn | Added on: September 10, 2013
Finding the hidden object portions were fun, but having to watch a full movie to gain hints was a bit annoying. I'm on this site to play a game, not watch a movie.
jaclyn12 | Added on: August 21, 2013
This game is just boring. In my opinion, the hidden object parts show no imagination or flare. Definitely boring.
EmmaH | Added on: August 22, 2013
Found this game frustrating as if you exited and then returned another time the chapter re-started. Gave up on Chapter 5 when you had to make a ball bounce 50 times by clicking the mouse and there was no way to skip.
cat_in_rv | Added on: August 22, 2013
The film element of this game, where you watched film clips and then identified items you did not see in the clip, were interesting and different. But the hidden object scenes, which took up most of the game play, were poorly drawn with terrible graphics. It's hard enough to see items clear across a room, yard or street if the graphics are crisp. But these graphics were anything but. You could go blind trying to find things in this one. For instance, I thought one item was a pink electrical wire and it turned out to be a garden hose. The other problem was that after spotting an item it was often difficult to find the 'sweet spot' that would allow it to be picked up, I clicked all over an apple and finally had to use the hint button to get it. My eyes were hurting after a half hour. I lasted through three chapters. That was it for me.