Open a treasure trove of three magical worlds and unleash your love of hidden object scenes with Hidden Mysteries World, a trio of hidden object ventures. Play the role of three very different characters each driven to the search for different reasons.
In Himalayan Mysteries, you are curating a museum of ancient antiquities. Explore 37 scenes to discover new treasures. In Secrets of Alexandria, explore 32 Egyptian scenes for new archeological finds. Follow your whimsy to uncover the legend of hidden treasure through 42 Norse treasure scenes in Viking Mysteries.
If you love hidden object scenes, your heart will sing when you play the free trial version of Hidden Mysteries World today!
Open a treasure trove of 3 different hidden object games.
Explore more than 100 detailed hidden object scenes.
Travel to and search legendary locations on 3 different ventures.
I could not even continue past level 10 on any of these 3 games. They are so primitive and easy. There are no story lines and the items are shown in pictures that any child could manage. As a fan of good HO games this parcel is a big disappointment.
MikeBCda | Added on: September 4, 2014
This collection can get tough at times -- the objects you're looking for may be listed as small images, large or small text, or even just silhouettes (sp?). The third game in the set, in particular, adds poor visibility (fog drifting across the screen, or semi-darkness, or even both) to many of the levels, adding to its difficulty.
Two features in the game are pluses, one definitely more useful than the other. You can scroll (via click-and-drag) horizontally through the list of items still to be found to see the entire list, which is handy if a conspicuous object turns out to be on the last but further back in the last where you can't normally see it yet. You can also zoom in to any part of the main image, although I've yet to find any situations where that actually helps.
As with many h-o games these days, if an object totally eludes you, don't forget to check images-within-images (paintings, wallpaper and carpet patterns, wall carvings, and the like. Plus of course there's the hint function, although keep in mind those get used up and you have to find 7 (I think it is) objects consecutively on your own within a level to earn a hint back.
Only one negative comment on these games, which hopefully will be looked after in a new version: while, when you finish a game, it reports on your final score, it doesn't seem to save it in a history file anywhere, so you can compare it with previous attempts.
good child game. way too easy for adults. no story and repetitive scenes. however, the game is direct and probably good for people who only play short periods of time
ladyr | Added on: August 6, 2014
If you sometimes get home from work and you would like a game that you don't do a lot of thinking and stressing over, this is the game for you...Very easy and since you don't have to stress over it it's relaxing.