Games.com Essentials: 10 hidden object games you must play
Little Shop of Treasures 2This seek and find romp is one of the most colorful this editor has ever seen. If you're not one for story and just want to get to searching, then look no further than this vibrant sequel to Little Shop of Treasures.
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Mortimer Beckett and the Lost KingNow if you like a little more adventure among the hidden object for you to uncover, this chapter in the Mortimer Beckett series is a fine place to start. That is, of course, provided you like beautifully illustrated scenes, which you totally should.
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Hidden Objects - Deep SearchOne of the few and proud hidden object games on Games.com set under the sea, as Sebastian would say, this gem too ditches the story in lieu of simple quality. Now, where is that crab, anyway?
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Mysteryville 2Only the best hidden object games surround a mystery, right? No, wait--that's: "Only every hidden object game surrounds a mystery." But, oh, what mystery you'll find here amid the pseudo-realistic scenes. After all, it's in the dang title.
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Hidden Objects - Noah's ArkThere's nothing like a hidden object game of biblical proportions. Don't worry, you'll have to find more than just every animal in existence. But we're sure there will be plenty of that, too.
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Golden Trails 2: The Lost LegacyAvast! This is the globetrotting, hidden-object-finding adventure you've been waiting for. Follow a band a travelers across the seven seas in search of--what else?--treasure buried in scenes with mute color palettes.
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Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of AthenaWhen the storied Samantha Swift is involved, you know you won't be idle for long. This journey sees players seeking an ancient artifact the only way they know, which we'll let you guess.
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Farmington TalesLook, you're about to get the best of both worlds: managing farmland and finding hidden objects. It's up to you, of course, to run the family farm by planting and harvesting crops, but to also indulge yourself in finding hidden objects treasures.
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Midnight Mysteries: The Edgar Allan Poe ConspiracyOnly a hidden object game would empower you to find the famed author Edgar Allan Poe's murderer. The catch? You'll have to search for the answer--via hidden objects, of course--within Poe's various tales of macabre.
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Jewel Quest Mysteries: Curse of the Emerald TearFinally, follow Rupert and Emma on an adventure to find an ancient Egyptian artifact through, what else? Match-3 puzzles, that's what. Sure, you saw that one coming from a mile away, but that doesn't make it any less awesome.
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