Enjoy a collection of magical adventures with the Hidden Object Fun 10-in-1 Bundle, an incredible set of 10 games for one amazing low price.
Here's your opportunity to fill up on your favorite game experience with a 10-game set of Hidden Object games. All of these are guaranteed to keep you entertained with incredible seek-and-find challenges and a delightful assortment of themes.
Enjoy fun tales with the entire family as you explore hundreds of scenes for thousands of items in the following games: 1001 Nights - The Adventures of Sinbad, Magic Encyclopedia - First Sign, Natalie Brooks - Secrets of Treasure House, Superior Save, Journey of Hope, Treasure Masters, Hamlet, Holly - A Christmas Tale Deluxe, Holly 2 - Magic Land, and The Jolly Gang's Spooky Adventure.
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Enjoy a fantastic collection of 10 Hidden Object games for one great low price.
Search for thousands of items in hundreds of fabulous scenes.
Enjoy a variety of themes in wonderful tales for the entire family.
All games in this bundle are also available as individual downloads, so FunPass players still get access to the full version of all these games!
This bundle has a wide range of games. There is at least one 5 star game, (Magic Encyclopedia, First Story) a couple of 4 star games (Natalie Brooks: Secrets of Treasure House and Treasure Masters, Inc.). Two games (Holly 2: Magic Land, and Holly: A Christmas Tale Deluxe) are targeted toward children, even though the hidden objects scenes can be challenging. One game, The Jolly Gang's Spooky Adventures, is less hidden object and more adventure game, if somewhat simplistic in form. The only real dud in the group is a game called "Hamlet." Overall, this group is mostly 3 to 5 star games. In my opinion, it's worth purchasing and will give both adults and children something to like.
Overall I did not like them as some would not play right, and others were too easy.
Harlowe1962 | Added on: October 5, 2012
I spent the trial hour going through these 10 games because some of them were not accessible here. Out of the 10 games 2 are for Mac and they are pretty childish. 2 are pretty annoying. Out of the 10 games 6 of them are pretty decent and worth the price of the bundle even if you never play the other 4 games. So it is up to each game player. Here are the games Magic Encyclopedia, The Jolly Gang (both are Mac games and pretty dumb) Hamlet (really for young kids) Natalie Brooks Secret of Treasure House (very irritating) Now the good ones...Superior Save, Journey of Hope, Holly A Christmas Story, Holly 2 Magic Land, 1001 Nights, and Treasure Master. So I think the bundle is a good deal even if 4 of the games are not good.
If you like hidden object games this is a must have. There is enough variety to keep you busy for a while.
MOFO | Added on: October 26, 2012
These games are vrry very very fun and involving to play.
pcpat | Added on: October 20, 2012
Impressed with various games--Match 3--Puzzles, etc. Actually was looking for fun games that were not too difficult for Family Members. I played just as a trial and could not stop playing! Purchased immediately with a Fun Ticket. Played only four of the ten so far and they were already well worth the Gamehouse Price! These are games to be played for fun, to while away the hours and can be enjoyed by all Family Member ages. It is not unusual for me to turn on GameHouse games for visitors as well. Thank you, Game House!
Been buying hidden object games for a long time and find this package a great deal for the money. Lot of MB's and many challenges.
Expo | Added on: October 17, 2012
In my opinion, some of these games are put in this bundle to make up the numbers. Magical Encyclopedia was one I found enjoyable but a bit frustrating to be honest. 1001 Nights, which is basically Sinbad, I enjoyed very much as with the Holly games (albeit that I think younger children would struggle to see some of the more cleverly hidden objects. A couple of the games finished what felt like half way through (ME and Natalie Wotshername being two of them) and that was extremely frustrating. One game was that short I played it from beginning to end in under 3 hours (although I did enjoy it). Overall a fairly good bundle, but I'm glad I got it under my reward points rather than paid for it...