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I’m a newcomer to this game, but so far I love to play it! The type of puzzles are varied so it’s much more than a simple hidden pictures game. There are several subplots to follow at the same time, so it’s interesting and fun! In addition, the artwork is gorgeous! It’s far superior to other hidden picture games I’ve tried. There are two reasons I haven’t given it 5 stars in this rating. First, the rules aren’t explained very well, so I don’t really know what I’m doing & am figuring it out along the way. Second, as with most “free” games, pop ups for buying things needed for the game occur frequently & are annoying. The game can be played just fine without spending your actual money, but it would be much easier to play with purchased items. Of course developers do this intentionally so they can make more money from their work. Understandable, but I don’t have money to spend on games so I must continue playing the “long & more difficult “ way, without spending my real money. It would be nice if these items could be purchased with game coins, but that wouldn’t help the developers & programmers make money. Oh well. You can still progress through the game without buying things, so far anyway. If I reach a point where I can’t progress without spending actual money, as in some other games I’ve tried, I’ll have to stop & delete the game. Hope that doesn’t happen. So far, so good! It’s still great fun & I highly recommend it!
That being said I have been playing this game twice a day for about 16 months now so that should tell that I like it. I play for free. As long as you have patience and can accept that you are unlikely to Win the avatar prizes and rarely win the desk decoration prizes you can play for free. I can’t say I would never spend a little money in a game, I just can’t afford to do it often or on repetitive there and gone type things. Which is pretty much what they sell. I do have a few frustration in the game however, and they are increasing. The rising energy usage as each location levels up means I’m less and less likely to win event prizes. Not getting to the end of the event means I don’t get to know the end of that little story, which I actually find more annoying than not winning the prize. The contests solely in treasure box and lantern locations I pretty much can’t even take part in anymore because, as usual, doing well was rewarded with increased difficulty until I can no longer pass the levels at all except by a fluke so as I want to play the monthly events I don’t want to waste my game energy in futile attempts in the treasure box and lantern. I generally assume that most of these things I am finding frustrating are designed to be there to part me from my money and I also generally assume that as a free player the fact that I am getting discouraged will be of little consequence. I guess I’m just cynical like that.
I would’ve liked to talk to tech support, or the developers themselves, to give a little feedback, but can’t find a way to do it, other than writing a review. It’s a fun game, hidden pictures, jewel matching, picture puzzles, it’s got a good variety, and the story line is fun, I just have a few items of frustration to talk about. Firstly, the energy usage is ridiculous, you can only do about 3 searches and then wait for more energy, or see if you have objects to banish monsters with and earn a little bit more that way. Second, when trying to use the magnifying glass assist, the slow, sparkly magic takes up precious time. Thirdly, sometimes you can tap on one object and then immediately tap on another, but other times it won’t acknowledge your second tap until several precious seconds later. Fourth, it won’t let you get the thing you’re trying to earn, such as a policeman’s whistle, or a firework, or a locket, on the first successful search unless it is with an anomaly that goes away once you successfully find everything. Nor on the second search, nor on the third, it uses up the energy you have on getting basic items that don’t move the story along, then eventually gives you the item and the story moves forward. That’s irritating to say the least. As I said, it’s a fun game that, for the most part, I enjoy playing, if only they would correct those few irritants.
I almost never write reviews, but I play this game enough (almost obsessively) that I’d like to finish the “review quest” lol. I’ve basically tried all the other free HOG’s - and deleted all of them the same day. I really like the “classic” game play of Seekers Notes (don’t have to build a house, or search room by room to put one item together, etc). The graphics are nice (not too dark or too light), it’s engaging and challenging, has other mini games, each scene adds more items as you level up (so replaying a scene isn’t boring), and I don’t have to spend money to be able to actually enjoy playing. I have spent money a few times, but only when a special offer for something I really need comes up and the prices are reasonable. It’s fairly easy to level up, which opens up more scenes and mini games - with plenty still on the map. Energy seems to run out quicker as you level up, but I end up getting a lot of prizes that give me extra energy, plus rubies, game tools, collection fixers, and many other useful items. The story line is also a really nice touch, it keeps the game from becoming monotonous. The ONLY thing I don’t like is that some of the mini games get pretty difficult. Other than that, I can’t find anything bad about this game. If you’re thinking about it, just try it out - it’s free to download, so you really have nothing to lose.
I originally down loaded it because I’ve always loved hidden pictures. This is that and so much more! The more I learn and understand the more I enjoy it. It is becoming an all time favorite. I love games you can play to earn the things you need. This appears to be one of those games if your willing to wait. It is too pricey for me to indulge in buying things to speed it up. However, At times I might be willing to if it were cheaper. A dollar here or there adds up quickly and they would probably make more in the long run...from those like myself who can’t afford to pay their prices. I would have to quit if I were to get stuck... being unable to play shorter runs daily and acquire all I need to play. It would be nice to have had an introduction explaining a bit more about the game at the start. I almost stopped because I found it to be a bit confusing and I could tell there is a lot to it. If your like me...just hang in there! By clicking on items you need the game instructs you how they can be obtained. It is wildly worth the effort. I love that they add hidden objects, which are actually there for quite some time before they ever put them into play, as you reach higher levels. I also love the storyline and the many other elements to the game besides just hidden pictures! It is truly an enter active game and not hidden pictures!
Developed by MyTona.
Seekers Notes®: Hidden Mystery is ranking in Games & Adventure & Puzzle
Last update was at Jan 03, 2020and the current version is 1.48.0.
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Seekers Notes®: Hidden Mystery have a 70 381a user reviews.
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