Millionaire Manor: The Hidden Object Show
Great hidden object game!
This is a fast paced great game. Loads of different kinds of puzzles and challenges. ONE cool game!!!
December 20, 2011
If you are a HO lover, this one's for YOU!
This is STRICTLY a HO marathon and they don't apologize for that. It has several different HO modes: riddle, differences in scenes, find 10, a hangman game, combine objects, silhouette, list, etc. You spin to find out which game you will get for the scene. The object is to play enough games to free some hostages from the bad guy. It wasn't too long a game, but there is extended play at the end that allows you to go back to each scene to play the games that you didn't get to do the first time. Highly recommended for hard core HO lovers; a mild thumbs up for me.
February 19, 2012
WHERE ARE THE OBJECTS?
Have to say that I was NOT impressed with this game particularly since MANY of the objects that needed to be found were so "into the side of the screen that you can NOT identify them" and I have a widescreen monitor, that I felt like I was being dissed by the developer when the score gives you the low percentage of correct finds.
December 25, 2011
This is a refreshingly different HOG. Quite absorbing and not at all boring. Loved the voice of the Madman and the music was appropriate. I have a wide screen monitor but had no problems with the game. I really like this game - really good fun.
January 5, 2012
My prefered one of "The Hidden Object Show". I loved the "extended play", a great way to play the games I wanted in the scene I wanted! The level of challenge was that which could be expected from this type of game, not high but not boring. A great game in general.
December 26, 2011
The 3rd Game Of The Series Is A Great One!
I have now played all 3 Hidden Object Shows. The first one was great, the second one was awful and the third one has had some drastic changes to it, but those changes are for the better!
Excellent storyline! You arrive to your Grandpa's and find a message saying he has gone to participate in the Hidden Object Show. Getting the feeling something's wrong, you rush to the studio and find your grandpa and others locked in a cage! You must play the entire game and free the trapped "contestants"
This game had many great minigames including List, Shillouete, Find 10 and lots more. What was great was that these games varied in difficulty.
Much better voice-overs.
Great graphics. If you've played all 3 #like I have# you will notice a big difference in the graphics from game 1 and game 3.
Much better voice-overs. They #Gogii games# have scrapped the annoying 1950s host voice, and replaced it with something much better.
In each scene you had a 15 second "Bonus Round" in which you had to collect parts to make up chips as quickly as possible. These included skip chips, unlock chips #unlocked modes# and hint chips.
The hint is now a bar that refills instead of a set number of chips. The hint recharges very quickly and I found it helped me out a lot.
At times I had to use the hint a lot.
Some games like Combine and Picture were a little too hard for my liking. I referred to the hint a lot during these games.
Because of the way the bonus round has been designed, it's a lot harder to get chips.
This is the best game of the series, and after playing the trial, I am really thinking about purchasing the full version, Download the trial- you won't be disappointed!
January 10, 2013
Good but hope its the last!
This is the third installment in the 'The Hidden Object Show' series. I enjoyed this game no better or worse than the other two. At its 'heart' it is a HO game but as with the others there are other games involved, so it almost seems like it is a collection of mini-games around the HO theme. I personally would say that this game is harder than the other two, as instead of unlocking naturally (i.e. as you progress), in this game you do it buy entering 'bonus rounds' within the HO scenes and 'making chips' the problem with this was that the 'chips' were hard to see and you as you didn't have much time you couldn't exactly gauge which sort of 'chip' you were making. This lead to a little frustration as even after the hour demo play I still only had 3 games unlocked.
All the other 'good' things from the other two games were there though VO and a decent graphics. This one also had a little bit of a story-line thrown in as you had to help your grandfather (and others) escape from the 'evil mansion'.
All in all this is keeper for me but I hope this is the last in the series as whilst I have enjoyed I don't see what else they can do to the series without it becoming the 'same-old same-old.
Try it you might like it!
January 21, 2013
If I could have given zero stars, I would have.
The evil character that had my grandpa (and a few others) hostage was psychotically silly.
The games almost played themselves, I had very little if any challenge to it.
I never figured out what the broken shards were for except to unlock a few poorly thought out side games.
The other hostages were so annoying, if the option was available, I would have let the silly psycho keep them.
Major waste of money/credit.
June 3, 2012
hate is a strong word
but the music was making me crazy and after 40 minutes of playing i had a pain in my temples and eyes...every game had a sort of haze to it that made you have to strain to see what you were looking for.
if you don't need glasses or have a new script, i would not bother
i did not think it worth the money.
December 24, 2011
not very challenging
too simple but cute for the grand kids
June 21, 2012