Reunite the separated spirits of two ancient lovers in Hide & Secret 3 - Pharaoh's Quest Deluxe, a mystical search that spans the entire globe. Join Will Scout and Anna Lyze on their fantastic adventure as they search to reunite the majestic souls. Sift through gorgeous scenes for wonderful objects!
Join in on the third amazing hidden object adventure.
Reunite two loving Egyptian souls separated in eternity.
Explore Egypt, China, Mexico and other exotic locations.
Decipher timeless riddles, use helpful tools and solve intriguing puzzles.
Enjoyed the game, it was relaxing to me. It was challenging but not to the point to be frustrating. Only played for an hour but will definitely add to my games to buy list. Loved the mini games. I liked that you had the choice to play them or not after a short time of trying to complete them. Overall its a great game!!!
ZepZoSoRox | Added on: January 5, 2010
This is one of the best games I have ever played on this site. Absolutely worth buying, in my opinion.
Cbrez | Added on: January 5, 2010
Started out with faulty download, had to uninstall and reinstall. All my frustrations were washed away once the reinstallation was completed. I found the game to be enjoyable to play and the mini puzzle games added to the enjoyment, since I enjoy doing puzzles. I am contemplating purchasing this game.
pgillenw | Added on: October 15, 2010
Hide & Seek is an under statement for the journey to reunite the Pharaoh and Queen. The game is cleverly developed. The hidden objects find requires you to stick to the hunt. At different stages of the game the rewards lead to the final goal to reunite the Pharaoh with his Queen. Tip, take note of each location along the river and the objects required. After servicing a location on the river with its required object it will trigger either a new treasure to use at locations along the river or the treasure will open another place for a hidden object hunt. Enjoy the game I surely did.
This is not a game to finish quickly. Need a bit of experience with combo hidden object and puzzle solving. If you want a game to involve you for a long while this is it. Graphics are mixed, some clean and some so small they are hard to see. Not sure if I will buy it.
leslie | Added on: January 5, 2010
This game is a little different than the usual HOG because there is more to it than just hidden object. I really enjoyed the challenge of figuring out what to do, and where to go next. It's not THAT hard and probably kid friendly but I don't have any kids to bounce it off of so I didn't check it. I'm not sure if it can be considered a 'Good Value', it only took me a few hours to play it, BUT I did enjoy it so I would probably say yes. I gave it 4 stars because there are some more outstanding HOG on the Game Houe website. I do recommend this game to anyone that enjoys hidden object games.
this was a very good game. i had some trouble at first with finding all the passport and where the game wanted me to go, but in the end it was worth it. very good game.
suecarrie | Added on: December 23, 2009
This is one of those hidden object games where you have to travel around between boards to put the various objects you find to use. Most of the time I find those kinds of games too difficult. This was not. Just enough challenge, but not so hard that I had to cheat by consulting a walkthrough. I really enjoyed it and played it all day until I finished.
kylakitty | Added on: February 1, 2010
I was frustrated with this game due to it's lack of direction, but... I was playing in the wee hours of the morning and only played the first 15 minutes of the trial. Came back the following day and completed the hour trial and was very happy I did! Once I accessed the Help menu (where a map and other how-to-play instructions are clearly defined), I loved it! Enjoyed moving to and from various locations, completing puzzles and locating HOs. Some of the objects are difficult to find (great for me); some don't look like what you'd expect. Definitely a game I'll purchase!
i liked the concept of the game and enjoyed playing it...my only complaint is it wasn't long enough!!! graphics were good...the mystery of the journey through the game was fun...it was a little frustrating at times trying to figure out where to go next to solve the riddles, but making you think is part of the fun
sportygal2009 | Added on: January 19, 2010
This is right up there with Mortimer (the first one- Spooky Manor as your finding objects and traveling from location to location). This game TOTALLY ROCKS. I must say I'm normally not one for a game that has a lot of navigating in it as some games I've played on here just going in circles it seems, going no where especially as mentioned by others, there is no real direction on what to tell you to do but this game is not that hard. Definitely thinky and challenging at times but not so difficult you want to quit playing. When the free trial was over on this, I had to purchase it immediately cause I just couldn't stop playing this and it's also a relaxing game as there is no time limit. It took me several hours to complete it. Oh and the game does give you hints (pyramids) you collect after you cleared a location on finding the items. Definitely hope to see more games like this one. THHANK YOU GAMEHOUSE - YOU ROCK!
Pretty frustrated at first with the lack of direction. My daughter figured it out first and encouraged me to keep trying, which, of course, I did. But once I did, I found this game to be challenging and interesting with a good story line. It was the ultimate "hidden Object" game.
Shadeaustar | Added on: December 23, 2009
This game is far more open-ended than most hidden object games. After the introduction, you are rewarded with a plethora of screens (accessed by "walking" with the mouse button-- go to the left and the left screen loads, go to the right, the right screen loads). Each screen is either a straighforward oject search or a puzzle which depends on objects found in other locations. The hidden object searches range from simple to difficult. Items are hidden in the lines of the drawings, as part of the background, or simply standing out in full view. I personally prefer the ones where the objects are logical for the scene, and are hidden in places that are possible (a pretzel hidden on a table instead of in a drapery), but if you like this sort, you will definitely enjoy finding the objects here. Even I enjoyed that aspect, because they are well-drawn and quite challenging. If you get stuck, however, you have hints, and you've the option of getting another hint after every puzzle screen you solve. You are not required to pick up the hint icon, and can move to the next screen without it, if you prefer. Here comes the hard bit: there is no direction from the game. You won't know which screen needs what item(s) to advance, and it's not always readily obvious. Nor will you know which puzzles have the object(s) that you need. Although I found it fun and challenging, others may find it frustrating. The mini-puzzles are easy, but they've come up with a new twist for the jigsaw-type puzzles, which I'll let you discover for yourself. I don't know about replay, it seems to me that once you're done, you're done. I don't see how they could put objects in other areas of the screen, due to the way they're drawn. The game is quite long though, and for me very enjoyable.