The Tale of the Lost Bride and a Hidden Treasure
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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The Tale of the Lost Bride and a Hidden Treasure 

Save the magical Mouse World from the brink of collapse in The Tale of the Lost Bride and a Hidden Treasure, an entertaining journey for the whole family.

The Mouse World is in danger and you are the only wizard in the land that can help it. On the day of the Royal Wedding, a ferocious Dragon swooped down and kidnapped the beautiful Princess while putting the Prince to sleep. Now it's up to you to travel the land and save the day.

Search for hundreds of carefully placed objects and solve a wide variety of challenging puzzles as you meet unusual and friendly characters along the way. Allow them to help you with the tasks at hand as you try to score the most points possible. Select your avatar, enjoy two difficulty levels, and collect postcards from all your new critter friends.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of The Tale of the Lost Bride and a Hidden Treasure today!

  • Save a mouse princess from a dragon in this wonderful Hidden Object journey.
  • Search for hundreds of carefully placed objects and solve a variety of fun puzzles.
  • Meet unusual and friendly characters to aid in your journey.
  • Select your wizard avatar and collect postcards from all your new critter friends.
  • Enjoy two difficulty levels for all ages.
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Reviews of The Tale of the Lost Bride and a Hidden Treasure
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
I hate to be negative because all these games have some merit, but this one beat the record for boredom! I played it for 11 minutes and stopped. I was so bored. The HO were so blended into the background that I didn't feel like I had a chance unless I strained my eyes. It's the same scene over and over with different HOs which didn't seem different. I wouldn't take it for free. Sorry, I wanted to like it at least for the kids. Maybe they would like it better than I did.
 | Added on: April 26, 2011
 
When I first started this game the dialog and pictures made it seem like it was going to be geared for children. However...kids would not stick with this for more than 10 or 15 minutes tops. The hidden objects, or animals, are very hard to see. And adults are going to find the whole thing tedious and boring. I played it for about 30 minutes which is all I could stand. It's a no buy for me.
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
Again the designers need to decide whether they are creating a game for kids or adults. The overall atmosphere is VERY childish, yet the HO objects are EXTREMELY difficult and small to find. I played about 15 minutes before the background lullaby music got to me so much, I couldn't play anymore. I think this is a game for a parent/child to play together. The parent can look for the objects, the child can look at the stuffed animals. Sorry, not for me. Delete, delete. Now, if only I can get that darn music out of my head.
 | Added on: October 24, 2011
 
The art in this game is cute and engaging. The HO field is filled with excellent wild foliage. The camouflage is very good, but not horribly difficult, and the hint system is also good. This is a good game to share with kids, as the story line and the voice over are aimed at kids. The game is timed by level and adds more scenes per level as the game progresses. There are other game types mixed in for change of pace. The music is by music box and I think harpsichord and is delightful. This is a light hearted game and is a great change of pace from the dark, spooky, and grim themes that are so common in HO games.
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
Cute concept. A bit different in presentation but no challenge at all. A 6 to 11 year old would injoy this game. The music is good enough to put a baby to sleep and I almost did. Good try and we do have young players who will enjoy this game tremendously.
 | Added on: October 24, 2011
 
I got this as the free game of the day and I really enjoyed it. The game is probably geared towards kids but it's also fun for those who are still a child at heart :) The little felt animals were just really cute in my opinion and I also loved the postcards that you got for doing the extra search. The music is a bit annoying and the scenes are a little repetitive, yes, but overall the game made me smile - and I do not agree that it was overly hard to spot the things.
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
I played this game for approximately 60 minutes, which was long enough to give me a headache from eye strain. This game consist primarily of the player having to find 10 or more minuscule white mice hidden throughout a jungle location. Each scene contains other objects, finding mice is the dominant requirement. A number of the mice, in each location, are so small that it a real struggle to find all of them. The game is timed! After I had completed approximately 8 different locations, the time run out, requiring me to start over and complete all of the same locations a second time. Their is a hint function but, the number of hints is limited to 5 at the start of the game, and then you have to find bonus items to gain one additional hint. The bonus items again mainly consist of finding more minuscule mice. I typically play these games on my 21- monitor however, to make any in progress in the game, I had to connect it to my computer to my 50-inch HD television. This allowed me to find find the really small mice. The scenes look like they were developed for small children however, I cannot see younger children (or their parents) sitting still for the time it takes to find all of the objects at each location. The puzzles are juvenile in nature. I will give almost every game a chance, as long as they are challenging, not boring, and enjoyable to play. Unfortunately, this game fails any of these minimum expectations. Try this game, you may find it other than I did.
 | Added on: May 4, 2011
 
Very boring, childish - but too difficult for children. What is the purpose of making a game like this ? Minus 5 stars...
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
This is a fun game but it is not as easy as it looks. Some of the HOs are almost impossible to find. You do get hints. The puzzles are not that easy either. It might be good for older kids but my 6 year old granddaughter got very frustrating playing it
 | Added on: April 28, 2011
 
I just can't get into this game. Same old hidden object scene after another. The game is cute, the graphics are good, but I find it exteremely difficult to find things, and I play HOG games all the time. This would be great for kids who want an extreme, repetitive HOG challenge.
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
This is definately a kids game. I think they will like it more than adults would.
 | Added on: April 26, 2011
 
this is one of the strangest games i've played. i get that most games are all about fantasy, but this game was just weird. the way the graphics were set up-real life scenes with unreal items to find. i just couldn't get in to this game at all. not for me...
 | Added on: April 28, 2011
 
I truely loved this game, its graphics and music are just simply gorgeous. I don't think children would like it much as some objects are very hard to find and would get frustrated because of it. I personally love a challenge to this degree so for me this game is perfect. I love the way its set like an old childrens programme with a narrator, very cute. Dispite the nagative feedback this game has got its deffinately got the thumbs up from me, and if you like a challenge this is for you. Thank you GM ^^
 | Added on: April 26, 2011
 
This was definitely a strange little game - but playing it w/ my 6-yr-old nephew made it fun. The scenes are reminiscent of "I Spy" books, only with little animals in the woods. Some of the objects are tiny, but the hints are plentiful if needed. There aren't many puzzles or interactions with other objects; it's mostly just hidden object scenes. The 'postcard' rewards you get for finding the bonus objects are hilarious. You may like this game on its own, but if possible, I reccommend playing with a child!
 | Added on: April 25, 2011
 
I think that is 12 minutes I can't get back. Not worth it imo. I guess if your a kid or someone who loves stuffed animals you might like the cute-siness of it?
 | Added on: May 11, 2011
 
I played this one all the way through. The music is very peaceful and the graphics are very pretty. It is a nice change from hidden object games that lean toward dark themes. I would recommend it to be played with the child. I think it would be more enjoyable for all. I usually play a game over some to see the replay value. I liked it well enough to play once, but not well enough to beat my score/times. I found it enjoyable, however, I played with my FunPass and wouldn't purchase it. It is a nice little relaxing hidden object game. It has a simple little story, with cute animals. It was worthy of the effort and would recommend it for this. Relaxing, nice music, pretty graphics, and a nice little story.
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