Hidden World of Art
What's nice about this one is that once the painting is revealed through finding all it's hidden objects, they are labeled with their title and their painter. You might see one you might like for in your own home and take this information to a retailer in paintings. I wouldn't say it is a hard game but rather tricky. Tricky is always cool. Keeps those brain cells moving.
February 4, 2012
Art Lover's Delight
I enjoyed this game very much, & I came to know some of the masterpieces in great detail, as this game requires scouring each canvas for "artfully" hidden objects, as well as spotting oft-times very obscure differences . . . Each level earns you points that can be redeemed for decorating & furnishing an apartment . . .
Sometimes the differences in side-by-side canvases are very difficult to spot, as noted, & hidden objects can be difficult to find due to the resolution of the graphics . . . Too many hints taken can detract from the overall point total for a painting search . . . But - you can play this untimed - which is awesome . . . !
December 8, 2011
A STAB IN THE DARK
Too dark to find some objects. Even using a hint you many not see one. Many objects are misnamed.....I realize European names differ from American but a military canteen is NOT a flask & a butter mold is not a mortor. When you try to furnish some rooms the furnishings vanish! Overall it is simply a terrible game.
June 20, 2012
Hidden World Of Art hidden object game
Big Fish has much better quality and more hidden object games than other game sites that I have tried. I love art, so naturally I love to play this game.
May 17, 2012
Doesn't really work for me
Tried to like this for the sake of the wonderful paintings, but couldn't - identifying items simply from an outline was too tiring,and eventually boring.
I've also tried Hidden World of Art 2 (Undercover Art Agent) which I liked much better, and I may well buy. In this sequel the items are smaller and harder to find but they are listed by name, and you can still get an outline drawing by hovering the curser over the name.
The hint system in both games is particularly ungenerous: one per scene. You can buy more hints but they get progressively more expensive and this means you have less to spend refurnishing your room. But as you have no real choice of furnishings, or placement of them, I think this part of the game could definitely use more development.
November 19, 2012
hidden object not to hard fun to do
Was fun and relaxing not to hard.
December 14, 2012