Jodie Drake and the World in Peril
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.5 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Jodie Drake and the World in Peril 

Stop a madman from destroying the planet in Jodie Drake and the World in Peril, a thrilling chase around the world.
Jodie's latest photography assignment has gotten a lot of attention from publications worldwide. The images of ancient ruins are peaking interest everywhere, including that of a mysterious figure. Because of her skills and adventurous spirit, she's been hired to take an all-new set of photos around the world, but she soon discovers that there is more to this assignment that meets the eye.
Travel the world with Jodie and discover ancient treasures hidden in long-forgotten ruins. Explore six continents, visiting Egypt, India, Greece, and more as the nefarious plot of a lunatic unfolds before your eyes. Take pictures of treasured objects, solve mind-boggling puzzles, and play challenging mini-games. Can Jodie discover the implications of her strange travels before it's too late?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Jodie Drake and the World in Peril today!

  • Save the world in this fantastic Hidden Object adventure.
  • Join Jodie Drake as she discovers ancient treasures and a lunatic's plot.
  • Explore six continents, visiting Egypt, India, Greece and other amazing locations.
  • Take pictures of treasured objects, solve boggling puzzles, and play challenging mini-games.
  • Enjoy two difficulty levels for beginner and advanced players.
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Reviews of Jodie Drake and the World in Peril
 | Added on: March 10, 2011
I found this game great for the whole family and its worth replaying. The story line is good and helps to keep it interesting. The kids even found it easy to play and found it fun.
 | Added on: January 5, 2012
The graphics were good. The part of the game where you are given a list and find the object was good. The part of the game where you were given a photo and told the find the object wasn't good because I never could see anything on the photos. Had to just go to "hint" and use it all the way through. Slowed the game down because you had to keep waiting for it to reload.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
Game is about a free-lance photographer who travels to Central America, Egypt, India, Greece, China, and finally Easter Island shooting ruins and artifacts for a magazine. This HO game is straightforward with no tasks and no navigating. When you click on an object, it snaps like a camera and the object comes up as a snapshot. I thought this would eventually annoy me, but it never became an issue. Hint button shows as a camera flash and recharges fairly quickly. Minigames were interesting. You had mazes, find the difference, matching pairs, balance weights (which I personally dislike) and more. I don't know if it was my computer or not, but on the matching pair minigame, sometimes not all the symbols/pictures came up. I found that if you save and exit to the main page and then go back to adventure, the problem fixes itself. I enjoyed playing this game. Did it in under 3 hours in the relaxed mode. I just wish it had more audio vocals, instead of having to read all the conversation. I recommend this game.
 | Added on: January 5, 2012
this is my first GH game and I will be a regular from now on! the game was charming and challenging and mostly fun~
 | Added on: July 31, 2012
This game had a lot of potential. Lots of puzzles, lots of mazes in the dark, a lot of things to hold my interest. BUT--the hidden objects themselves were so small or obscure or out of focus, or behind something else, that eye strain and frustration were definite factors. The hint button came into play a lot, and although it had a countdown clock of 30, it took a full minute to recharge. Still, the temples and mechanisms would have been enough to hold my interest, if I could have actually seen anything.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
In this game you take on the role of a young lady, Jodie Drake, a photographer who has been hired to take an all-new set of photos around the world, but she soon discovers that there is more to this assignment that meets the eye as she has to help stop a mad man Dr. Bergman from destroying the world. You can play this game in either untimed or timed mode. I played the timed mode. There is also no way to switch between the two modes at least I never came across it. Once you choose your mode you play it until you complete the game. There are 6 chapters to the game. 6 "levels" within each chapter. It took me about 5 hours as it states your time at the end of the game. This is about normal for me since I'm a slow game player. The gameplay here is pretty much a straight HO. There is no "wandering around" in this game. You find items by word list, silhoutte, or find so many of an item. The hint takes 30 seconds to charge up for use. The puzzles in this game are the same throughout and they are: Find your way out of the maze, spot the difference, match the symbols, jig saw puzzles, rearranging the pipes, and "balancing the scale." You can also skip the puzzles after 30 seconds. The way it ended could possibly be a sequel which I would welcome if it's done up right. Now for the quirks: 1. Not sure what was up with the voices in this game as I did enjoy the characters but sometimes they talked and sometimes they didn't but their mouths would be moving. I would of preferred them to talk cause I didn't find them annoying at all. I liked the characters. There is always text on the screen to read the character interactions however. I also read about this on another game forum so not just me. 2. I thought the graphics could of been much better as it made it very difficult to find some items. This is what made the game somewhat challenging for me was the graphics. They look pretty good on the surface but not when it came to finding things. 3. In Chapter 2 I believe it was I had to match up the symbols but some weren't there to match up. I did exit the game and go back in, and then they were there?? 4. I thought there could of been a bit more variety in regards to puzzles instead of same old ones. I give this 3 stars. While this game was pretty easy, not very challenging, overall I really enjoyed the story and charcters. If it wouldn't of been for the few "quirks" I would of rated this 5 stars but I couldn't overlook them. So give it a whirl/decide for yourself and hope you enjoy the game. A note to the Gamehouse: If there is going to be a sequel to this game, please pass my quirks here onto the creators of this game.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
When I first opened this I thought it was intended more for kids. Not so! While it is Kid Friendly adults will find more than enough to keep them engaged for hours. The graphics are very good - the ruins actually look like ruins and when it rains you almost feel wet! The game consists of a mixture of HOs with lists and HOs where you're given a shape to find. Both of these options can be quite challenging. Hints recharge in 30 seconds. I played in Relxed mode and liked the fact that a real time clock was provided in the upper left hand corner of the screen to help you keep track of just how many hours you've been sitting in front of the screen. The mini games get more difficult as you progress through the levels. However, one criticism I have about this is the fact that some of the puzzles can be skipped while others compel you to finish in order to move forward. I also found what I think is a glitch with some of the "find like pairs" puzzles. On at least 2 of them no images were presented for you to match. I had to exit the game then come back in in order to complete the puzzle. Notwithstanding this is an enjoyable game that will keep you occupied for hours. It's worth taking a look at.
 | Added on: June 13, 2011
All in all this was not a bad game. Graphics were good. Music not bad. Story line was different them most of the hidden object games I have played. You are to take phots or objects, shown and written as well. The side games were ok. I think this would be a good game for the older kids, as it is easy, yet some objects you really have to look for, just lean back and take in the whole picture.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
This one is a keeper for me. The graphics are really good, music is not annoying, not too much dialogue, plenty of hints, different ways of finding objects either from lists or pictures, not the usual running from place to place. Mini games are not that hard. Just a nice relaxing game...........Thanks Gamehouse
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
was done in a day no need to replay Didn't seem worth the gamepass I used up. The chapter ending card puzzles were different and fun, but didn't seem to have the same challenge each level. Some I solved 1st try.
 | Added on: May 12, 2011
Played through very well, kept moving which was a treat.
 | Added on: March 8, 2011
I didn't mind playing this game using my FunPass account, but I personally wouldn't buy it. I like HOG's where you have to search areas and look for clues, and this game all is HO scenes with mini games in between. I became bored with the repetition and have yet to finish the game. If you prefer games that are strictly HO, without searching and looking for clues and objects in different scenes, then you'll love this one. If you need that extra challenge to stay interested (like I do), then I recommend you try this game before buying it.
 | Added on: March 15, 2011
This game had some good points to it, some interesting challenges and puzzles, but the HO were a pain to find sometimes, very dark screen issue. Also the story was not original and too much dialogue for me. Not worth a buy, but worth a play. Enjoy!
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
The graphics of this game were quite simple. The story line wasn't very unique. The seek and find scenes were easy and the mini games were too simple. I didn't even bother finishing my free trial. This game might be a great game for younger children, however.
 | Added on: March 18, 2011
As with so many other games, this one had a few dark spots when trying to find things, along with many being quite tiny. I had some technical problems with a few of the mini-games. I would have to exit the game and re-enter on occasion to complete the mini-game. Can't comment on the audio as I don't use my speakers when playing. The graphics were okay, nothing great. Overall, since I'm a HOG addict, not a terrible game.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
This is in my opinion the "Tomatoes That Ate Cleveland" and the "Trolls 2" of hidden object games. It is so horrible that it is too funny to quit. I played this game to see if it was going to improve or get worse, if possible. Too calibrate myself, I goggled a review of this game on the internet and found that I was not the only one that seen this game in the same light. The graphics are so poor that you have to wonder why anyone would work so hard to make anything this bad. The puzzles are basically the same for each level just a harder as you progress. The cut scenes are long and booring. I found it took me longer to get through the cut scenes than it did to complete most of the different levels, In order to make this game somewhat challenging, the developers resorted to having you complete some scenes in the dark, with a very dim flashlight. Try getting through a labyrinth in the dark with a limited pin point flashlight, it is just a hoot. At times I laughted so hard that my sides hurt making this almost as enjoyable as a kidney stone. If this winter has you down with "SAD" this game is sure to brighten your day in a sad way. I do recommend that you put a thumb tack in your chair, as the pain will numb the effects of this game. Have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!
 | Added on: March 14, 2011
You will find yourself looking at LOADING - the levels are so short - done in 1 minute - then it is loading - it is even loading between all cutscenes......BOOOOOORING
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
Tedious and repetitive. Minigames were the same at each level. No traveling back and forth through scenes but very talky.
 | Added on: May 16, 2011
This game had too many small unrecognizable objects. No skipping on the mini games which are an annoyance to me. The 30 second reload on the hint button seemed much longer. Storyline didn't really make a lot of sense.
 | Added on: September 6, 2011
This is a straight forward HO game, open the scene, find the object. The bad news: You take "photos" of objects and some are so tiny you'd need a magnifying glass to see them! I thought the scenes were hazy looking which made the tiny objects almost disappear. There are only 6 chapters but there are 12 scenes in each so you get a lot of HO opportunities. In one puzzle, a match two game, you have to keep closing the game and reopening to get it to work. I guess that's a programming glitch. Good news: The scenes load very quickly so you don't have a lot of "wait" time. Overall, didn't care for this game. I lean more towards the HOs where you go to different locations and have to interact with other ojects to find objects.
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