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10 Hidden Object Games I Would Pay For

Rate this Article There are many games that have caught my attention as I reviewed them, and there are some that really stood out, some I have even bought for myself. These are the top 10 games I would be very happy to purchase. Hidden Object Games - 10 Hidden Object Games I Would Pay For

Hidden Object Games are really enjoyable and addictive games because of a variety of different reasons. There are many things that makes these games what they are. Some games have a really gripping plot that comes with them, some have top of the line gameplay mechanics implemented in them and some look just too good visually to pass on.

The following hidden object games are those that provided me with an huge amount of enjoyment and I wouldn't mind paying for these at all

Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori
It is an uncommon sight that a hidden object game is able to perfectly execute the plot, visuals and gameplay with perfection. Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori is an example of such a game. I never had a moment in my entire play through where the game looked or felt underwhelming to me. This game is simply a must have for those who enjoy hidden object games.

Danse Macabre: Moulin Rogue
Danse Macabre: Moulin Rogue is the kind of game that hooks a player’s attention from the get go and keeps said player interested for the entirety of the game. Add to that the fact that the game takes place in the beautifully designed city of Paris and it becomes pretty clear that you’re missing out if you haven’t played this game

League of Light: Wicked Harvest
Challenging yet rewarding gameplay and a gripping story are the things that make this game the masterpiece that it is. There’s a new challenge every step of the way in this game and the plot seems to take crazy twists and turns as you progress through it.

Vacation Adventures: Cruise Director
The great thing about this game is that it is a lot more laid back while being just as much enjoyable, if not more, than the other games. You don’t have any plot related aspects to grind your focus on and instead you can just relax and enjoy some top notch gameplay

Hidden Expedition: The Unchartered Islands
Hidden Expedition: The Unchartered Islands takes you on a mysterious island that’s pretty much teeming with life wherever you look. The sheer beauty of the island in this game and the exciting plot are more than enough for anyone to give this game a try.

Big City Adventure: Paris
Big City Adventure: Paris is another example of a more casual game that emphasizes fully on gameplay instead of having a complicated plot to follow. The game has brilliant and well executed hidden object gameplay and takes you on a journey through the gorgeous city of Paris, definitely worth anyone’s time.

Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover
Other than of course the near perfect gameplay execution and exciting story line of the game, the main reason behind this game being in this list is the fact that it really captures the essence of the TV show in a beautiful manner and implements it perfectly within the game.

Maestro: Music of Death
Maestro: Music of Death is a game that takes place in a city that’s crumbling to pieces due to the rise of an evil being and you’re the only one who can put an end to it all. The amount of control the game gives you and the fact that you’re the last hope instead of being a simple protagonist make this game an incredibly immersive experience.

Shrouded Tales: The Spellbound Land
What sets this game apart from the rest of the crowd is the fact that a lot of new gameplay elements have been implemented into it aside from the regular hidden object features. The fact that you’re able to utilize magical powers along the way to aid you in your quest make this game a lot more enjoyable than it normally would have been.

Ominous Objects: Family Portrait
The story of Ominous Objects: Family Portrait revolves around a once happy and peaceful family that is being torn apart by black magic. The plot of the game is incredibly gripping and progresses at a really nice pace. This coupled with some really refined gameplay and high detail visuals make this game a worthwhile experience for anyone.

The above games are the ones that really stood out for me because of all the great things they had to offer such as great visuals, engaging story or immersive gameplay and are certainly recommended to anyone. Try them out, you’ll certainly enjoy them.

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