Little Things Forever
Sorry there is no zero rating!
This "game" could not possibly appeal to adults and children could never find the miniscule objects. I would have to give the level of challenge 5 stars in that I could barely recognize an object even when the hint button zeroed in on said object. A complete waste of time.... B.F. needs to screen their offerings a little better..........
August 14, 2012
dont like it atall
this is a very bad game i cant say anything nice aboyt it
August 13, 2012
I found this game very tedious. Gave up after 10 mins.
August 13, 2012
It didn't take me very long to figure out this was not a game for me. I really feel it is more directed to children - which is fine, but I'm not one.
August 13, 2012
A totally enjoyable game for HOG lovers. Starts out simple. does get more difficult as game goes on. Probably not for everyone...no storyline.....which is okay by me. Very relaxing, especially for those of us that want a Hidden Object game without the "Adventure" factor.
May 16, 2013
Love this game!!
Interesting, fun, and keeps your mind moving. love it.
April 21, 2013
A simple yet entertaining HO game.
This is definitely not your typical HO game, but still is a good game for the ones that like to look for all those pesky little objects that scattered all over the screen. It is different because it does not have a storyline, which I don't care much for, it is not as fancy as other HO games but the simple graphics are good quality. You have the zoom in zoom out option and you can move the picture with your mouse as well. It is a HO game and as such provides hours of seek the objects entertainment. I purchased the game and recommend to at least try and see if you get hooked to it like I did.
September 30, 2012
I was looking for a game to finish my punch card. While I have a couple in line for the *next* punch card, I was looking for something else. I read some of the reviews because there had to be something to explain such a discrepancy in ratings. Now I understand why. (Note: I don't think I'm very far into it because there is no "table of contents" for me to follow.)
Here are my points:
1. This is not an HO as I consider an HO. It is not an adventure game (except the one directing me to continue the level); there is no story line; there is no involved memory gymnastics;
2. FRESH--different. period;
3. CLEAN--nothing macabre; no death; no occult (witches, mysticism, etc.); FAMILY okay;
4. ADDICTING--at least for me. I tend to have a "driven" personality--I'm going beat this thing, daggone it!!!
This game is totally MISUNDERSTOOD. Do the trial. It is everything it appears to be.
August 29, 2012
There were a lot of bad reviews of this game, but after reading a couple of positive reviews by gamers who also enjoyed "Pure Hidden" I thought I'd give this a try. I found this game so challenging that I ended up purchasing it and now am driven to finish it. Because the objects are so small, I do tend to give my eyes a break between puzzles, and I make use of the zoom button. The background music is good for zoning out and searching. Overall, I am enjoying the challenge of this game.
August 27, 2012
This game doesn't need to make up a story just to keep you engaged...it just lets you look for stuff!
Easy? Not really. The owl is made up of thousands of little items that your brain has to process and decide whether it is one of the items on the list.
This would make a great interview test for people who are in graphics or otherwise have to pay attention to detail!
If you don't like the dark games that have too much story and dialogue...this is the game for you too!
August 23, 2012