Hidden World of Art

Hidden World of Art

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Lana was the best student in art school and now she is swamped by customers with monumental expectations. She is tasked with restoring the classic paintings crafted by masterful artists spanning four centuries. Help Lana restore around fifty well known paintings by finding and revealing the mysterious objects hidden within the layers of paint.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 53 MB

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Hidden World of Art is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lots of HOS in this one When I first started this one, I found the concept interesting in that you are a painting restorer that receives multiple requests to restore old masterpieces by finding objects, or silloettes of objects, or matching pairs or differences between two pictures and are paid to do so. As a side item, you have an apartment that you can furnish by buying furniture with the money you make. It is not necessary to furnish so you can just go to the next screen. Each screen does have to load and there is a summary after each picture showing progress and money made. There is no way to avoid going to the furniture screen. There is a hint button that gives you one free hint and then additional hints have to be purchased with some of the money you earn. This has lots of screens and became laborous after a while as many of the objects were obscured either with just a tiny bit showing or hidden behind other objects only becoming viewable after removing the object in front. There is a palette with brushes at the upper left of the screen and sometimes objects were behind them with only a sliver showing. Many of the matching pairs have different colors or sizes or orientation increasing the difficulty. The screens with two pictures to find the differences often had extremely small or subtle differences again increasing difficulty. All the pictures are added to the gallery and show the titles and artists and the gallery is viewable from the load screen. Because these are painting, the graphics may not be the best. Recommended if you are looking for a hidden object game with little or no story.
Date published: 2014-08-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good mix of art and HO In this game you try to find hidden objects in classical paintings. An art restorer works on various paintings and interacts with various people who want to hire her. You find out information about many of the paintings. The hidden objects were sometimes listed and sometimes you see outlines. Sometimes you have to find hidden pairs or find the differences or find twenty of the same things. You get a bonus for not using hints. There is a penalty for clicking too much. You get to decorate a room with the money you earn from restoring the paintings. One of the things I liked best was looking at the gallery of art work. This is part of the opening menu, and you can click to view all the paintings. That's the basic game information. Although I enjoyed playing the game, there are some real problems with it. For one, the game creators needed to have a better translator to put the game into English. The wording was extremely awkward most of the time. Also, some of the items were barely visible, either too dark or behind something or on the extreme edge of the screen. One other thing that I thought was a problem was decorating the room. If you spent money on a chair, chances are that you'll be buying a better chair later, which means that you wasted your money on the first one. This happens over and over. But with all the problems, I did enjoy playing the game and recommend it.
Date published: 2014-03-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2012-06-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Kitty's Thoughts: I'm better than the lady that destroyed the Jesus Painting. This is a pretty fun game regardless of the negative things about it. However, the story is simple. You are a promising painter that can correct the mistakes in older paintings. So, you are hired by different clients to fix on those paintings. So, the challenge of this game is okay. The stuff are hard to find sometimes, and the translations of a few of the items are pretty much off. For example, it could be asking you a spool of yarn, and the thing you have to pick up is a spool of thread. Those two items are totally different. So, you might end up clicking senselessly til you get the right item. Visual and Sound of the game is bad. Actually, I can say there is no music at all. I think one way that would beef up the game is if they added some classical music. Since most of the paintings you are correcting kinda range around the classical, baroque, romantic, and other past periods I can think of. Fun factor of the game is pretty dull, but I had to say this. The game is a good time waster. If you need a break from those hard core puzzle hidden object games. This game is just for you. Not only that it tries to mix it up. If you do a really good job, the painting is added to your gallery. Overall, a lot of improvement is needed in this game. I will give my honest opinion that this game is a 2 star game. A lot could of been done to make it better.
Date published: 2013-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from POINTER MOVES TOO SLOW. I hate it when you can't point at something and have to wait for the pointer to keep up. Picture is so dark that items are hard to see. Not a good Hidden Objects game for me.
Date published: 2014-02-08
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