The Hidden Object Show is back for Season 2, and it's full of crazy and colorful carnival fun! Season 2 takes The Hidden Object Show to wacky new location and hundreds of eye-popping rounds. Use your keen eye for detail to find a seemingly endless number of cleverly hidden objects and win virtual toys and prizes. Featuring an all-new host, The Hidden Object Show Season 2 is a whirlwind ride in a one-of-a-kind amusement park and 12 amazing game modes. Get your tickets today - The Hidden Object Show Season 2 is about to begin!
I have played the original several times and was hoping for something better than it. This is very boring, very repetative. I have only played about one third of the levels and do not want to play anymore. Items are easy to locate, might be ok for a child but is not adult oriented.
paulekop | Added on: January 19, 2013
I am enjoying this game. Not particularly difficult but the dialog and game structure makes it interesting. Not really fond of timed HOG's but this one isn't that bad. I enjoy the various games you can play within it. Over all pretty fun game in my opinion.
xenutia | Added on: September 7, 2010
I enjoyed the first outing of the Hidden Object Show, and played it through a couple of times. I particularly liked the spinner in the middle which gave you different games. I actually bought this game on the strength of the first one one and I wish I could say that I liked it, but I never even finished it. It's fine if you haven't played the first game, and you'll probably enjoy it, but there was really nothing new in it, and if you've played the first one, then this really doesn't have much more to offer. It's not a particularly easy HOG. I did find it quite hard to find some of the items, so if you like a challenge, you might well find this game right up your street. Definitely worth giving it a free trial, because it's a good game in its own right and you might well love it-- just a shame that it was so much like the first one!
This game has good grapics, but the annoucer and cheers from the crowd has to go. It was like playing the old games I use to play as a child 50+ years ago. Kind of fun. The grandkids loved it and all the loud noise that cames with it.