Hidden Object Adventure
G5 Entertainment brings thrills and chills to the App Store with the release of Left in the Dark: No One on Board.
Fans of the hidden object adventure have a new quest to undertake when an evil creature named the Strix returns to threaten the world in the second installment of the Tales from the Dragon Mountain series, the Lair.
G5 Games brings more hidden object fun to the Mac App Store in the form of Mystery of the Opera, a magical tale that has a bit of a Phantom of the Opera feel to it. You play as the fiance of a young opera diva. As the curtains ...
Nightmares From the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call Collector’s is a casual hidden object adventure with an engaging story line that keeps players interested. With a ton of different locations to explore, a useful map function tha...
Brightstone Mysteries: Paranormal Hotel is a solid entry to the hidden object adventure genre. While it doesn’t bring anything new to the table, it features an interesting enough story line and challenging game play to keep p...
Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill is an engaging murder mystery that puts you in charge of finding a serial killer. Featuring a series of hidden object jumbles, challenging mini games, and a good old fashioned murder my...
Twin Moons blends a creepy storyline with expansive environment to create a game that keeps you guessing till the very last frame. With tons of rooms to explore and ghosts of the past to unearth, it is a game that will keep y...
Red Crow Mysteries: Legion is a good combination of point and click adventuring and hidden object finding. While it really brings nothing new to the table, the game play is pretty solid - challenging yet logical, as it shou...
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