Embark on a nostalgic journey as you follow the life of a young woman raising a family and restoring a beautiful farmhouse in Finding Hope, a compelling hidden object story.
Journey through time with Hope as you meet her husband Jack and their son Nate and experience their lives through lean times and prosperity, war and peace. Help her complete a room-by-room restoration of her once majestic country farmhouse and return it to its former glory. Restore Hope's family pictures and watch a photo album of her life's most poignant memories come alive as you make her country house beautiful once again.
Fix up over 11 locations around the farmhouse, renovating the rickety front porch to a warm and welcoming veranda, transforming the barren back yard to a lush and thriving garden, and much more. As a unique twist, you'll have to place the objects into each scene after finding them. Featuring a gripping storyline and gorgeously detailed scenes, this compelling journey through Hope's past is a revealing family saga loaded with fresh hidden object challenges.
Experience the journey for yourself when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Finding Hope today!
Follow the story of Hope in a nostalgic hidden object story.
Explore 11 richly detailed locations through 8 exciting chapters.
Help restore a beautiful country farmhouse to its former glory.
Place all of the objects into each scene after finding them.
This game is terribly depressing. Sad, sad story line. I could not finish the game and deleted it off my computer.
JellyQueen | Added on: April 1, 2011
I had read the negative reviews and was unsure how the game would turn out, but I was pleasently suprised, It made you think about the story and I found the placement of the objects in the scene to be ok for me. I did feel the ending was a bit abrupt. Probably not worth buying on its own, but deffinetly worth using your Funpass on.
LittleRedDog | Added on: April 1, 2011
I found this game to be very relaxing. I had some difficulty finding some hidden items, and I have played a number of HO games. I do think it is a game that would not appeal to some people. It is very simple and not filled with extras. It is a story, with hidden objects to find at each picture (or level or chapter). Then the objects have to be placed on the scene to recreate this woman's life story using her home as a base. It is very laid back. The story becomes more engaging when she is faced with true to life trials. Change, adaptation, growing as a person were her story. Also finding strength within one's self to face difficult times. It had a gentle ending, an uplifting ending. I do not expect to replay it, although I may download it again later on for a simple relaxing HO game. I would not recommend it if you are looking to strain your brain. If, however, your goal is a pleasant little game with no pressure and a nice clean little story...then this is the game for you. I think it serves very well in this way. I would not purchase it, but I would play it again under FunPass. Good story, play time fine for an evening, graphics are good. It is a slight challenge to find some things, but the hints work well.
Very original premise: you are helping an old woman restore her house and hearing her stories at the same time. Plus side: all hidden objects have a purpose - no random useless list-fillers. The objects you find are then used in another location to further the story. Nice graphics. Minus side - very few locations, very unexciting story (if you prefer exotic locations and thrilling stories). I found it relaxing and mildly interesting. Glad I have FunPass for this one!
A lovely game with a lovely story but way too short! When loading the game asks you to click on resolution, which helped it to be full screen. This is definitely a feel good game and hopefully there will be others from this developer. I'd like to see other areas to search. Not a difficult game but very soothing.
ArmySSG39 | Added on: May 19, 2011
What an amazing heart felt game! The hidden objects are easy to find, there are no mini-games to play. I kept playing more for the story! If you are a Soldier or had a Soldier in any War this is worth playing and reading. It is simple and easy. Play for our Troops that are in harms way now and the families who worry about them!
Hillbilly_Gal | Added on: October 5, 2010
I played this game with my Fun Pass and only took me about 3 hours to complete. The story is very true ... motivation and perserverance pays off in the end. The game itself for me was not addictive, most of the objects are almost impossible to find especially when you don't have a clue how the artist portrayed each particular item (some of the portrayals of items are a bit far fetched). Putting the items you find in the previous screen into their proper places is impossible without the hints that are given automatically. I put several of the items into the proper places but were rejected until the hint appeared and I then placed the items exactly where I put them before the hint appeared. This is to me pure stupidity on the part of the creators of this game. I kept playing it with hopes that this game would improve but it never did. I was very relieved that the game was finally over. This game is for me a waste of money to buy - I'd get more satisfaction from spending the money it would take to buy this game to buy a toy for my grandchildren instead.
Dowloaded this game early today and was finished it in 30minutes. Very disappointing game, too clicky, too dark and over far too quickly. Definitely would not recommend this to fellow HOG fans.
PipCat | Added on: October 12, 2010
When I finished this game I just sat in front of my PC speechless - much the same way at a movie where you're just blown over by all you've seen. Every parent who has a son or daughter serving in the military today can certainly relate to this game. However, as much as I enjoyed the storyline the game itself has some things that could be improved. For those of us who's eyesight isn't what it used to be I'd like to say to the developers that bigger doesn't necessarily mean easier to find. I also found the placing of the items after you've found them to be a bit tedious unlike Enlightenus where placing the items was a bit more intuitive given the descriptions of where they were supposed to go but I do like this concept very much. I would definitely consider playing a sequel from this developer.
I love hidden object games and did enjoy this one. It was short and quite easy but the story is what will make me come back and play it again. I must say, I've always loved porch swings and this game makes me wish I had a porch for one. lol Someday.
jmg1234 | Added on: January 11, 2012
It could use some improvement, but over all I liked it. I certainly think it deserves more than a one star rating some people gave it. There should be more to it the story as well as the game itself.
joey61 | Added on: September 22, 2010
Finished in less than an hour. Some items were too hard to find, others too easy.
Justsue | Added on: April 1, 2011
I liked this game. It does have the feel of a Hallmark movie, so if you aren't into that kind of thing you might not like it. The actual game parts were challenging without being impossible. The biggest challenge was in placing the objects once they're found. The game gives hints for that which can be hard to detect at first. Still, it's not too hard and I was able to finish the game in one sitting.
ms0154 | Added on: April 1, 2011
This game was so boring and depressing it ain't even funny. It was too easy and once you play it you would not want to play it again. The main character (the woman) was so depressing, and whiny) I wanted to smack her upside her head. I would not recommend spending money on this game. It would be a waste, and like I said you would not want to play again. i just started playing today and already finished it.
Momm | Added on: July 7, 2011
Wasn't much of a story line, I expected more. Hidden objects very mundane. And the replace feature was poor at best. Really expected more.
gordis | Added on: September 22, 2010
I liked the storyline, it teaches about how to overcome our trials, but for me it was too short and you could guess where things were going. But I enjoyed, not for playing it again.
32262228 | Added on: July 12, 2013
If you read the story line, by the end you expect at least 1 character to commit suicide! Very depressing.
ljas | Added on: January 11, 2012
Once I got past the Self Pity story line it was ok to play. I did't catch this game when it came out so I thought I give it a try. The HO part was ok and placing the items was a change. I just couldn't get past the self loathsome storyline. made me think the developer was either stuck in a bad marriage or just getting out of one. So I couldn't finish it. Too bad it could have been ok.
Margo352 | Added on: October 12, 2010
Most. Depressing. Game. Ever. I did play the game through to completion, for I was certain there would be a happy ending (and there was). But 99 % of the storyline was way too depressing and morose for me. I wouldn't recommend the game. Sorry.
DeeJay30 | Added on: June 30, 2011
Finding Hope had a sweet story line, although a bit sappy at times and pretty predictable. Finding the objects was very simple, but the placement of objects into other scenes was a nice change from other hidden object games. More scenes would have been nice and it didn't take very long (a few hours). Doesn't have much replay value except maybe for hopeless romantics.