Explore the depths of the mysterious Devil's Triangle in Lost Secrets - Bermuda Triangle, a fascinating search for lost souls.
For hundreds of years, ships, airplanes, and people have disappeared in an area of the Atlantic Ocean commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle. Here, your story begins as you discover that a relative long ago went missing as part of a famous vanishing. As you set out in search of your ancestor, you quickly begin to sort fact from fiction when modern day pirates appear.
Enter this strange and mysterious region to solve one of its captivating disappearances. Explore shipwrecks, plane crashes, salvage yards, and more as you search for clues to your missing relative through 28 levels. Locate important objects and play eight side-quest mini-games. Will you be able to elude the pirates and find the answers that you seek?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Lost Secrets - Bermuda Triangle today!
Enter the infamous Bermuda Triangle in this Hidden Object search.
Explore shipwrecks, plane crashes, salvage yards, and more in 28 levels.
Beware of modern day pirates looking to sabotage your mission.
Play eight side-quest mini-games to learn answers.
Very short game! Some objects were impossible to find..bad choice!
QueenofAZ | Added on: October 9, 2012
I wanted to write a positive review so here it is: Mystery PI fans will love this. Big City Adventure fans will probably like it. Now for the rest of us.....This game was horrible!!! Booooring old HO, look for a list of items in a jumbled-up scene with everything but the kitchen sink. To make matters worse you search for the same items in the same scenes more than once. Let us not forget the story. A divorced librarian from Boston goes to the Bermuda Triangle in search of the story of her ancestors and the sunken ship on which they were sailing. In comes the rogue charter boat captain, they carry on a sarcastic banter which includes him telling her that her wetsuit is a little tight in the rear. WHO wrote this garbage? I am not a feminist I just enjoy a little more substance. Sorry Gamehouse this one isn't worth buying. Try it for free if you want some mindless veg time.
Really good game, challenging. Interesting and innovative story line to explain the issues with the Bermuda Triangle. I do think that the dialogue was a bit corny at times, could have been improved, which would have increased the rating of the game to a full 5 stars.
Sable2007 | Added on: October 26, 2012
As the headline says. Painfully drawn out story that reminded me of "50 First Dates" but on a scavanger hunt. Play was easy but entertaining. The kids enjoyed it.
KeaganXOX | Added on: November 8, 2012
I was quite surprised on just how bad a Hidden Object game could be but this one was one of the most boring HO game's I've ever played.The story line seemed at first to be a good one but the non stop talking was more than ridiculous.. It's nothing but looking for hidden object's and easy mini games and long conversation's . I had missed possibly 4 times in a row while looking and then was penalized for missing and a number of seconds or points were taken off.... Not for sure because I was surprised and only looked up for a second to read it but closed out too soon..I mean it wasn't like I just kept clicking anywhere and everywhere. One more thing regarding needing hints, if you click hint you don't get an actual hint, you get a message to watch for the curser to change while you move it around the screen and if you don't find the object needed you click hint again This game would be good for those who like looking for objects with no interaction or a child but THAT is IT !!!!! No challenges whatsoever and no point after a while so I uninstalled after about 30 minutes since I saw the game was going nowhere.....Horrible game Gamehouse..
This game is extremely clicky because there is so much dialogue and I just wanted to get through it and on with the game! Lots of hidden object scenes, but you have to wade through the dialogue first. Not for me.
fossils43 | Added on: October 8, 2012
For fans of more complicated HOGs, don't waste your money. I am glad I purchased this game during October 'cause it was not worth full price. This game has too much tedious dialogue and doesn't work your mind much. The HO screens are easy and so are the puzzles. Perhaps this game is better for young people, but I found it boring. There are mini-puzzles, but they too are easy and seem to be designed for kids. There is some historical information that is interesting, but that's about it.
This game had tons of hidden objects. Story line was okay, but not the best. Mini puzzles were also just okay. Graphics were pretty good for underwater scenes. I really loved all of the hidden objects that you had to find though!
Tiafl | Added on: October 8, 2012
The book has you reading about missing ships and planes in the Bermuda Triangle with an unlikely matched couple who just met. The couple's dialogue is amusing and the information about the missing has kept my interest. The HO scenes are busy but not too busy and the items are clear to be seen and found yet do present a challenge. The hint buttton concept is one that I have not seen before and do not like it but I think I can understand why it was set up in this way. The mini-games can challenge the brain but are not overwhelming. They can be skipped if you don't want to take a break from reading the book and looking for HO's. I do very much appreciate this game as I was looking for one to give me a break from my normal brain overthinking of figuring where to go or what to do next while trying to remember where that item was again. Reading an informational-somewhat romantic good book and looking for HO's has given me the break that I was looking for. Thank you.
This game is way too boring. There is too much dialogue between the two characters plus the written story lines. The mini games are repetative and easy. I did not even finish it, as it was so boring. The hidden objects were very easy to find and there was no challenge in this game. Not one that I would recommend.
devi | Added on: October 8, 2012
Very short game with no adventure. There seemed to be more dialogue than gameplay. HO scenes became very repetitive.
anneshepard1 | Added on: October 15, 2012
The entire family enjoyed this one. The grandchildren as well as the parents and grandparent.
emi1 | Added on: October 10, 2012
way too much dialogue in this game. it is a true old fashioned HOG, tho. with a few minigames thrown in. i did not find it entertaining at all unfortunately. maybe a good game for newbies...
tamryn | Added on: October 9, 2012
I found this game extremely annoying for many reasons. First the dialogue couldn't be anymore corny. Second I had to turn the sound off during dives because the heavy breathing made me crazy! Sounded like a crank phone call. Third nothing orginal or involved.... just the same searches over & over again. I also wouldn't recommend it as younger kid friendly. Judge for yourself but this one is a thumbs down for me.
33469413 | Added on: March 7, 2014
If you love a game that is simply hidden objects and nothing else this is defintely the game for you. The objects were extremely easy to find and I only had to use a hint on one occasion throughout the entire game. It does not give you the actual location of the item but instead the cursor changes color from red meaning "hot... you are near the item" or changes to blue meaning "cold...you are nowhere near the vicinity of the item". I prefer that method since I still have to search for it as I'm not looking for the easy way out. There were two types of mini games in between chapters and I found them both to be refreshing and not the same old games that most seem to have. I do not leave sounds on when I play my games so I cannot comment on that aspect of the game at all. As far as the storyline goes, I found it interesting and I liked the information porvided throughout regarding sunken ships in the Bermuda Triangle. The banter between the two main characters could be a little hokey at times but it was cute nonetheless. The story ended rather abruptly but all in all I would say this game is a welcome addition to my collection.
This was all HO with two mini-games thrown in and TONS of talking or screen reads, which you can skip. One mini-game is an different type of match game and the other is a type of maze -- kinda fun the first couple of times. I stuck with the maze game and started skipping the match about half-way through -- no penalty for skipping. Graphics were good -- HO parts fun -- hints, if needed, recharge quickly, although if you click incorrectly, you lose the hint and the hints work a bit differently. For those who like games where there is a lot of back-and-forth, with multiple puzzles to solve to progress in the game, this game IS NOT for you.
If you mostly want to find things from a list, this is a good choice. The music is pleasant, the drawings are nice enough and while some items are small, most are large enough to see, and the hint recharges fast. You can skip any of the mini games with no penalty. There is a story that's well written on a topic that's been overused in this type of game but it's pretty good anyway. The game is a worthy download for people (like me!) who like to seek and hope to find.
I was excited to see the story of the Bermuda Triangle---i'm a bit of a fanatic with it.....so I downloaded this game. It is a straight Hidden Object game---if you are the kind who doesn't like that then skip this game. I, however, love these kind of games from time to time--nice to have to not think about where to go, what to get, etc. The mini-games are easy as well and fun. The only downer for this game is way too much conversation, and also, it is a real stickler for clicking too many times. After 3 times, a pop-up box keeps coming up to say that your hint button will deplete. I found that a bit excessive and annoying but overall, still love this game. However, if asked if I would buy it, i'd have to say no, mainly because of the dialogue.
Although the story line is a little offbeat and ends rather quickly, this was an enjoyable HO game. The dialog is cute, the graphics are good, and the puzzles are somewhat easy. Overall, I enjoyed it but it was too short.
valerie001 | Added on: October 19, 2012
Was a game with a complete story and easy to play. Enjoyed it.