Get to the premiere of your studio's newest release in Hidden Object Movie Studios™ - I'll Believe You, an entertaining tale based on the feature film.
The movie is done but the props are still on location and without them, there can be no premiere. It's up to you to find them all but in order to know what you are looking for, you'll have to watch the actual movie I’ll Believe You" starring Ed Helms and Fred Willard!
View snippets of the film in the screening room and pay attention to the props used in each scene. You can then search for them on location to collect them. Besides that, you can play enjoyable mini-games, gain valuable Hints, and even unlock special movie surprises. Make it to the premier just in time to watch the exciting ending and don't forget your tuxedo.
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Hidden Object Movie Studios™ - I'll Believe You today!
Grab the popcorn and watch a real movie in this entertaining Hidden Object challenge.
Search for important items and get to the movie premiere on time.
Play fun mini-games to gain valuable hints.
Earn items to get your character dressed for the big premiere.
Please note this game is a very large file. Expect longer download time.
The game was fun. My son liked the film clips, though they were really not needed for the hidden object game. It felt a little like a long commercial for the film though.
CKgh | Added on: August 8, 2011
I could not even get through the 60 minute trial... Strongly disliked everything about it. I almost always buy a game after the trial, but definitely would not buy this one. Seemed very clunky and slow.
devi | Added on: August 8, 2011
Please, somebody confirm that I am NOT crazy. This is the exact same game that came out not too long ago. Same movie, same movie set. I loved the first one, but this one should have stated that it was a repeat performance. Very disappointed.
luckynikki | Added on: August 4, 2011
What a great idea for a hidden object game! Using powers of observation to eliminate objects which don't appear in the clip was a nice change to the normal hidden object formula. Unfortunately having to watch a b-grade movie in snippets after one or two search scenes became quite tedious. Not to mention the anticlimax at the end. Back to the drawing board guys!
ooxeuba | Added on: October 24, 2011
very good and extremely addictive somewhat difficult for kids ages 10 to 12
Doctor_D | Added on: August 17, 2011
Enjoyed this game much and even though I did not play the premium version, could tell it was well thought out. Good game for all the family and enjoyed watching the movie and how the story would end.
PipCat | Added on: August 11, 2011
The concept is original and the gameplay is easy. If you don't care about earning extra hints it isn't necessary to watch the film clips although by doing so you get to do a reverse HO hunt which I thought was a nice twist. What drove me absolutely to the breaking point was the fact that you simply COULD NOT click away those dialogue boxes! They stayed on the screen way too long and if I hadn't been interested in how the story was progressing I would have abandoned it after the first few scenes. I also saw no point in "dressing" for the premiere. It was just a time waster. Perhaps this would have made more sense if I'd actually been able to finish the game but no matter what I tried I simply could not figure out how to snag those pesky symbols at the very end of the game. This one takes a long time to download so I suggest you try it before you decide to buy it.
I thought it was going to be a great game, but it wasn't the HOG were too easy and the going for the movie clips were somewhat boring, definitely not for me, I don't think the movie is good though but the good thing it wasn't that long.
jmg1234 | Added on: February 3, 2012
I really liked this game. This Had a unique twist with having the movie that you watch and observe the objects that were not in the movie, then you were supposed to select from the list what was not seen in the movie. At first the movie seamed dumb and lame, but as It progressed it got much better and in the end I was just as excited to see what was happening in the movie as well as the game. This game was actually half movie and half game play, so If you want a good story or in this case movie to go along with your game then you'll really like this one. In the end the movie was really great. I forgot I was on the computer and thought I was watching TV. The game play side was hidden objects ranging from easy to find to extremely difficult to find. They were very generous on hints if you didn't want the challenge on the tough items. The biggest problem I had with the game was towards the very end it was very hard and confusing to be able to get into that last theater. No real directions, I was very confused and took me half hour to figure it out I was about to give up, then the part where you catch the symbols was frustrating. Over all though this was a great game, I really liked. With just a few improvements I would've given this 5 stars easily. This game with its uniqueness with the movie is away from main stream and I wish more games were like this with innovation and independent thinking. It just gives it more excitement. I hope they have a sequel.
I loved how this game had a story line made out of a real "movie" with real actors. Quite entertaining!! Would have given it a 5 if there were more puzzles or a little more challenging.
VforVictoria | Added on: August 5, 2011
Not only did this game hog a lot of mb space on my computer, but it just didn't grab me from the start, nor did it grab me as I tried to get into it. Just not my kind of game I guess? But worth a try if you have the space.
ReeB101 | Added on: August 5, 2011
Didn't like having to watch all of the movie clips. Slow gameplay and boring.
American_Lady | Added on: August 5, 2011
Loved seeing Thomas Gibson (of Criminal Minds) and Fred Willard. It was a silly B movie, but it kept your interest. Some of the 'Find the Differences' gave me fits . . but I liked the different way (no pun intended) they were set up. The game creators set up two side-by-side scenes that were not the same picture. That made it challenging. I recommend this game. Relax, have fun and enjoy the movie.
LadyS | Added on: August 15, 2011
This at first looked like something different from the norm. Well, they did achieve that...but I don't believe it could be called a HOG at all. To me, it seemed they wanted to promote their movie/show, I have no idea what it was, and tried to make it into a game.I made it through the first scene and deleted it. I don't even know why GameHouse allowed this game to be on this site, quite annoying.