Wispa Forest
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1.1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Wispa Forest 

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Journey to a world where magic, myth and fantasy are interwoven in Wispa Forest, an enchanting adventure that the whole family will enjoy.

The fairy-like Wispas desperately need your help to clear the corruption that has littered the landscape and scarred the balance of life in their mystical Wispa Forest. Help guide a young Wispa, Lyia, on her quest to find and remove foreign objects from beautifully drawn scenes. Clear out otherworldly debris, collect trinkets, and protect the native flora and fauna in this magical land. Along the way you must help Lyia’s human friend Ara escape the clutches of the evil Fairy Queen, then work together to lift the curse that has been cast on the Land of Underwood.

Featuring a mystical storyline, gorgeous hand-drawn watercolor scenes of the idyllic Wispa Forest, and Lyia’s helpful forest friend Hank the Squirrel, this delightful hidden object adventure offers hours of engrossing gameplay. Explore over 12 beautifully detailed locations, including Cave of the Cascades, Titan’s Bluffs, Gnomic Graveyard, Lake Morelia, and Stairway of the Ancients. During your quest you must help Lyia use her powers to defeat the forest baddies in challenging Match-3 puzzle battles. Will you be able to help Lyia restore Wispa Forest to its former beauty before the powers of corruption engulf it forever?

Try the free trial version or download the full unlimited version of Wispa Forest and help save this enchanted land today!

  • Explore a magical land in an enchanting Hidden Object adventure.
  • Help save an idyllic world from the powers of corruption.
  • Search through gorgeously hand-drawn watercolor scenes.
  • Find multiple items in a row and earn special Combo awards.
  • Enjoy challenging Match 3 puzzles and an immersive atmosphere.
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Reviews of Wispa Forest
 | Added on: July 18, 2011
I know that others had negative issues with this game but I didn't think it was that bad, The paintig background was different and the overall plot was ok, Some will like this and others wont, Overall I felt it was ok.
 | Added on: November 15, 2010
10 minutes into this game was enough for me. My eyes were already seeing blinking lights in front of them. I thought the cartoon graphics were terrible. Everything looked fuzzy. Looks like somebody designed it while on an LSD trip. Sorry, but I do not recommend this game.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
Just finished playing demo hour of this game. It's pretty, the graphics are soft and watercolor, and original in a pleasing way. If you're looking for your standard, everyday same-as-the-all-the-others HOG, this is not it. What it is is a HOG with a bit more substance and choice - there are varying degrees of hints that you use a store of mana to access. The level of hint you choose will either widen or shrink the radius around the item you choose to find. This is the sort of game where the objects are out in the open but so skillfully placed, that you have to actually concentrate on locating them. They aren't unfairly hidden, they aren't blatantly in your face, but instead are woven into the beautiful scenes in such a way that they do not look out of place. You are shown a drawing of an item, for example, a whistle. When you locate the actual item, it will be full color but in the same style as what you were seeking based on the drawing. You are pretty much given full reign to explore the map in whatever order you wish. There is a magical storyline which can seem a little sappy but fits well with the theme all the same. After completing a certain number of scenes, you are taken to a match 3 tournament with a purpose. Your board contains contaminated pieces - you must make matches over them in order to clear them. By clearing them, you are also defeating your opponent. You must clear several rounds in order to "win". I found the game to be charming, original, and soothing to the eyes. Very relaxing gameplay. I didn't purchase it tonight (only because I went on a little shopping spree earlier tonight LOL but can see myself doing so in the near future.) I would rate this game somewhere between 3.5-4 stars.
 | Added on: July 23, 2011
Objects on the small side, not much of plot or storyline not thrilled
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
I'm not sure if I'm just having a seriously off day, but this game just left me wondering what on earth I was supposed to be playing. I presume this is intended as a kid's game, because of the content and theme, and I actually enjoy playing a lot of the game's specifically designed for kids, so that didn't really factor into it. The graphics are possibly the weirdest I've ever seen in a game, and I honestly could hardly look at them because they made my head spin. There was just too much to look at on screen, with no sensible point of focus, and it is just an all round mess, with a very bizarre colour scheme. The clues for the hidden objects come in the form of scribbles on a scroll at the bottom of the screen, in what can only be described as unintelligible heiroglyhs that are really hard to make out. The typography is awful and the instructions very hard to read because of it. I'm afraid I don't know what the game developers were thinking, but perhaps I'm missing something wonderful about this game. All I can say is try it, and I think you'll know within about 2 minutes whether or not you like it. I couldn't quit it quckly enough. I hope that other players like it more than I did. Sorry.
 | Added on: November 15, 2010
OMG! Wow! Yikes! My eyes are still hurting! Now I've had some games on here that I couldn't cope with but I'm here to tell ya this one definitely takes the cake. I could only cope with this one for about 5 to 10 minutes TOPS to try and find anything so sorry I can't tell ya anything more about this game as the colors were overkill. I think this is my shortest game play to date. As others mentioned, way too colorful, BLINDING, good grief. I'm not sure what the creators of this game were thinking but they definitely need to take this one back to the drawing board. I like to have some color in my games but this was overkill - way too much madness for me. Yeah I think this game here has definitely hit the top of my stop madness, cut off, and pull the plug list. Give it a whirl however as you just might enjoy this but definitely not for me.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
When I first started playing this game I was not impressed but the longer I played it the more I liked it. Great but boring music, some of the HOs really do not look like the picture but you get plenty of hints. Some are really small and hard to see. Mini games are fun and different. All in all this is a fun game to play and I will probably purchase it
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
This is unique and the water color pictures are nice. I thought it was going to be more for kids but actually the objects are not easy to identify. After doing a few levels of it, I'm pretty bored. The only puzzle so far, and maybe at all, is a match three, which I am quite tired of now. A little more variety in puzzles would have made it more interesting. I had high hopes for this because I'm sick and tired of all the games with such dark themes.
 | Added on: November 8, 2010
Not my favorite but I'm sure there are others that enjoy this "animated hand drawing" kind of seek and find game. I found the animations to be blinding as you had to find objects that were not regular computer graphic but pastel renditions that some person took a long time coming up with. I admire the person who enjoys games like this but it just wasn't for me. I'll stick to the ones that are computer animated :)
 | Added on: December 2, 2010
I've rarely played a game that I disliked as much as this one. As others have said the graphics were horrible and what was that background noise? Some unbelievably irritating combination of a bee and fly buzzing/whining... That plus the goal seemed to be to fill an insipid watercolor landscape with junk like old shoes???!! I try to support the games I like with great reviews. This is definitely the opposite - I really hope this discourages the developers from trying to revive this abysmal effort.
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