Travel Along
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Travel Along

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Climb aboard for a whirlwind trip across the World! Travel Along is a Hidden-Object game where you collect stamps, postcards, and coins while finding hidden objects in beautiful and unique locations! With three game modes and dozens of challenging puzzles, Travel Along will provide hours of challenging fun for Hidden-Object fans! Don't forget your passport!

  • Replayable hidden object scenes!
  • Variety of puzzles along the way!
  • Morphing postcards and stamps to find!
  • Souvenir shop!
  • Three game modes to choose from!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.15
  • CPU: 800 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 128 MB

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Travel Along is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from travel along bon jeu d'objets cachés. j'adore. merci.
Date published: 2022-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Travel Along I enjoy playing games from this developer and it was different because I was finding postcards, letters and stamps as well as finding objects
Date published: 2022-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent Old School Travel HOG My review is based on the demo. This is a no-thrills, decent travel HOG that is composed of mainly HO scenes and some puzzles. From what I saw in the demo, the locations were European, so I hope that there are locations elsewhere in the world. After completing two or so HO scenes, there's a puzzle that mixes things up a little. I played a spot-the-differences puzzle and one where I had to swap tiles around. I saw two types of object lists so far: normal and missing vowel, though another reviewer said that there are three types available. It looks like one has to revisit each location around four or so times. Each revisit provides a different type of object list and, unfortunately, there is no way to choose which kind you want to play. Here are the pros: - The subject matter of the scenes is very good. So far all of the scenes are of beautiful or interesting places. I liked the fact that you can see people in them, it makes the game more realistic. - Two morphing objects per scene that are challenging to find. One of these is a passport stamp and the other is a letter. Each scene provides one fourth of the stamp of the country where the scene is located. Each letter is a piece of a postcard of the scene the letter is found in. I really like this aspect since it feels very appropriate in a game about travel. - Three game modes, the ability to zoom in and scroll around the scene, hints and megahints, and it's got replay value in order to get three stars and boost your score by finding objects more quickly. You use the coins you earn from a high school to purchase souvenirs though you have no idea what the souvenirs are of. For example, a blue baseball cap. Great! - The HO scenes are challenging since the objects can be a little hard to find. On some modes, using a hint lowers your score. The objects can be very precise, such as 'Dark grapes' or 'Round paint brush'. This is a good idea in my view, it keeps me on my toes. Here are the cons: - Fuzzy graphics, not quite sure why the resolution is so low. It's a shame for a travel game! - Annoying sound effects and I'm not sure that there is any music in the game. This is perhaps a mixed blessing, because I usually turn the music off in these games. - No hint button on the puzzles, which means that if you're stuck, the only thing you can do is skip the puzzle. - The objects remain in the same location each time you revisit it. - Really minimalist, boring UI. This is a complaint of mine in many Seven Sails games. It does the job, but only just. If they would show it even just a little bit of love... I could be wrong but it seems like some of the objects at the very bottom of the scene are actually hidden behind the bottom part of the UI. At least on my machine, I had to zoom in and scroll all the way down so I could see them. Overall, I think that this is really not a bad HOG at all though it could use a bit more polish.
Date published: 2022-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit old hat One thing I really thought was bad was the definition of the pictures and items. They seemed blurred and hard to make out. This harks back to much older games and looks like it was developed years ago. I did buy it because I like these types of HO games but I found it very hard to look at. Not sure if I should have bought it
Date published: 2022-05-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Vacation With Seven Sails I'm not too keen on this game. Seven Sails usually brings us good stuff but I felt this one could have been better. We have lots of travel HOGs and this is basically the same as the others. I played the entire demo and didn't come away feeling I would miss anything if I didn't buy it. The graphics were not the greatest so that made it a bit tough to find things. The colors were kind of "muddy" and the sharpness was missing. Items were small, hard to distinguish but not always due to being well blended. I just couldn't tell what they were. There are Easy, Medium and Hard Game Modes. I played Easy in the demo and really don't think I would have made much progress otherwise. There are 3 different object lists: Standard, Missing Vowels and Scrambled Letters. Also hidden in each scene are 1 Passport Stamp and 1 morphing Letter or Postcard. They were quite difficult to spot, the morph being the hardest. I wasn't sure what the stamp would look like so I struggled with that in the beginning but it is very faint and easy to overlook. A green check mark appears in a suitcase at top of screen indicating that they have been found, hover your mouse over it to open. If you miss any, the scenes can be replayed and they can be picked up, only after the entire game is completed. Thankfully, there is a Zoom Feature available by clicking the magnifier. It is kind of sticky, it will take you top and bottom, left and right. Doesn't zoom enough, IMO, but helps quite a bit, with the objects being so small and indistinct. You also have a Hint and Mega Hint to help out, which I had to use several times. Finding objects quickly, in succession, earns more $$. The coins are used in the Souvenir Shop, items are a little pricey. There's a Photo Album for the letters and postcards, a Passport for the passport stamps. I don't know what types of mini games there are, other than the one Find-The-Difference I played in the demo. It contained 20 differences and wasn't too challenging, but it is one of my favorites. After completing several HO scenes, a mini game is available. Choose your starting point on the Map by clicking on the picture of the scene. The scenes are full of all sorts of things including real people tourists. I don't think I would have much fun with Travel Along because the HOs were too difficult to locate, my eyesight not being the best. Having to rely on the hints would take away too much of the enjoyment and satisfaction. I'm always up for a good challenge, but can't be proud of myself if I have to cheat. This is a good HOG with plenty of locations, a variety of HO styles, lots of items on the lists, good challenge, mini games. Not the best but it will certainly keep you busy for a good long while and the 3 game modes keep it interesting. Even the Easy Mode was not "a piece of cake", for me, but that was due partly to the graphics. Sadly, I have to pass on this one because it would be more frustrating than fun.
Date published: 2022-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A VERY BORING AND MONOTONOUS HIDDEN OBJECT GAME, IF YOU'RE INTERESTED I used my monthly game credit to purchase this game because I had canceled my membership due to BF not providing me with enough quality games to choose from. BF has changed over the many years that I have been a member. It's just not worth the price of a membership, IMO. If you like hidden object games then this game is for you. But it does get monotonous. There is nothing else to provide you with 'fun' other than finding hidden objects. Over and over again.
Date published: 2022-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Preview picture looked so gorgeous and sharply clean..BUT When I tested the first scenes in the only TWO areas apparently available, EACH were VERY BUSY, FUZZY, OVER-COMPLICATED SCENES. In one scene, after 5 minutes, I only found ONE of the items. IF the SCENES were CLEAN (while still having LOTS of items within) AND AS LOVELY AS THE PROMO PICTURE, I WOULD HAVE BOUGHT IN A SECOND.
Date published: 2022-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible Graphics I really wanted to like this game, as I do like the basic HOG. The graphics were terrible. The items were fuzzy and very hard to find.
Date published: 2022-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good game The scenes are hard to look at. Just NOT a good picture, like its blurry or something. Not worth a purchase
Date published: 2022-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Skip button won't work This is an okay game if you are looking to waste some time. I got to a puzzle where you had to rearrange planes on a grid. I did it, but the game would not move on. The skip button would not work either. So I guess I am done.
Date published: 2022-05-16
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