Games.com Hidden Object Game Face-off 2012: Round 1
Let's just get something out of the way right now: You Games.com fans sure do love your hidden objects. Time and again, games in the hidden object genre are among some of the most popular on the website. And boy (or girl), do we have a bunch of hidden object games for you to master. From Spot the Difference to Hidden Expedition: Everest and everything in between, there's a seemingly endless of amount of hidden object goodness, all vying for your attention.
That's why we're here today, to settle this once and for all. This is Games.com's very own Hidden Object Game Face-off, in which we pit the most popular games in genre available on the website against one another for you to vote which is best. Are you ready?
Here's how the Games.com Hidden Object Game Face-off 2012 works:
1. We've picked the top eight hidden object games on Games.com, and have matched them up in the first round (see chart above).
2. Head to the polls below and vote on who will win each match-up. The game with the most votes will move onto the next round. We'll tally the votes in the next few days and then set up the second round match-ups.
VOTE in the polls below and let the face-off begin!
It's Treasure Seekers: Visions of Gold versus Fishdom H2O. Visions of Gold is all about the shiny stuff, following two kids on a mission to recover their pirate granny's buried treasure across the depths of the ocean. On the other hand, Fishdom offers both hidden object play and the chance to design not one, but three aquariums with what you find.
Next up is Hidden Souvenirs against Agatha Christie: Death on the Nile. Hidden Souvenirs is all aesthetics, with an interesting art style that takes players through the world's most gorgeous city scenes. Agatha Christie sends players on a sprawling murder mystery to save the S.S. Karnak, searching for clues across 24 rooms and interrogating 14 suspects.
Will the Games.com original Spot the Difference beat out Hidden Expedition: Everest? Spot the Difference offers over 100 levels of both animated and stationary images to challenge your eyes, while Everest packs a whole mountain-scaling adventure in its 30 scenes of hidden objects from around the globe.
Finally, Gardenscapes contends with Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate. Gardenscapes offers an interesting blend of hidden object and time management that has players restore a drab garden to its glorious self. But Madame Fate presents a supernatural dilemma in which players must search scenes and solve puzzles to get to the bottom of a deadly premonition.
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