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Hidden Objects Quest 6: Spooky Decay

by Synthesis Design Solutions

Price: $1.99
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Product Features

  • HD Graphics with amazing detail
  • Over 500 hidden objects to find
  • Over 250 quests in the adventure
  • 24 unique and exciting panoramic scenes
  • 20 unique ways to play
  • Multiple in-game achievements with bonus search objects
  • Never-ending game play - every round of play is different
  • Zoom button for a closer look
  • Original music score
  • Includes a separate KIDS MODE for ages 3+

Product Description

Hidden Objects Quest 6: Spooky Decay is a fresh and fun reinvention of what makes Hidden Object Games great featuring a riveting series of scenes that are sure to give you the shivers.

It's loaded with exciting game play and awesome new ways to find objects. It features exclusive game modes that you won't find anywhere else.

These include, Hangman Quest, Hidden Time Bomb Search, Conveyor Quests, Thunderstorm Search, and Search in the Fog.

To companion the over 250 quests there are to play, visual effects are scattered throughout and help to provide a unique and realistic search environment.

Technical Details

Size: 41.5MB
Version: 1.00
Developed By: Synthesis Design Solutions
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: More than 5 minutes

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By Robin Lee TOP 100 REVIEWER on September 27, 2013
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This is the best Hidden Objects Game I have come across yet..Stunning HD graphics and creepy effects add to the whole haunted game..You have the adventure mode against the clock and kids mode to chose from, which is your usual picture, silhoute, and word....As you continue playing it unlocks the 5 special modes above..I am playing in the "fog mode" now and it's rolling in across the screen..The panoramic background is "alive and just amazing"..You even have a zoom option which helps out a little when in other animated modes instead of using the hint button all the time..These different modes gives a more difficult level of challenge..Great eerie background music...Looks excellent on my device and no problems with opening, but I am using an updated device not an "old first gen kindle"......

.I can't find one thing wrong with this game just my "addiction".....

Spooky, cool, Halloween Mansion, scary rooms and non-stop quests to explore...I can't stop playing because you want to know what's waiting on the darker side...Lot's of fun..

(Update 10/13): Zoom button is in the right hand top corner of the screen.....

(Update 10/14): I didn't get this game for free yesterday....I bought it, works fine and worth the 1.99....

This is not an "hidden objects story book puzzle"......It' rooms to eplore like any regular Hog...Still pictures..Stop hating on me because you don't like this type of game.....
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I've always liked hidden search and find the difference games as a means to sharpen my proofing and editing skills. It's a fun way to stay at the height of my game. However, I had tired of the genre with the added social gaming structure that defers progress until you unlock or add or build. This FAOTD brought the joy of the game back to me again. High quality graphics and quick zoom allow you to search every nook and cranny of the screen. 24 episodes and several game types give you a seemingly endless supply of searching fun to play again and again. Play against yourself to get your own highest score while getting lost in spooky landscapes and sharpen your mind in the process. There's even a kid's version, though I think you'd be hard pressed to share this one.
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At first glance Hidden Objects Quest 6 has a lot of content: each of twenty-four levels has three quests that can be completed three different ways, plus a bonus quest. The trouble is that, although the quests give you different lists of items to collect, each one uses the same map and hides each object in the same place, so after you've done a couple you're going to start remembering where things are, and get bored tapping them again. Many items are also re-used in different levels, so you'll be even more familiar with (or sick of) them. And some of the items stick out from the backgrounds so thoroughly that it's barely a ~hidden~ object quest. The game tries to liven things up by giving you only object silhouettes, names of objects, scrambled names of objects, various kinds of time limit, etc., but none of this changes the gameplay enough to make each map worth doing a dozen times. Nor do a long but not very enjoyable list of achievements and extra hidden objects to find.

It doesn't help that the design is on the cheap side. The background images and some of the objects are horror-themed but not especially spooky, and the rest of the objects (soccer balls, cows) are so not scary they would spoil the mood anyway. The menus are a bit annoying as well. After you select a set of three quests there's no way to go back and switch sets without using your device's back button, which takes you all the way out of the game. And you can't pause or re-start a level in progress. These flaws, like the hilariously tacky opening screens, reveal the cheapness that the game's apparent wealth of content is designed to disguise. If you like hidden object games a lot, enough to play the same level many times with minor variations (and many reviewers evidently do), this is worth paying for.
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By icdance on October 20, 2013
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I don't do hidden objects games. Don't really like them. But, this one was the free app of the day and I was bored. Totally hooked. Have no idea how much time is passing while I'm playing....

I wish there were a way for more than one person to play the game - change players. I'd love to share this with family. Love finding the secret gems, moths, etc., but wish finding them all opened up a new level or something. There doesn't seem to be an incentive for really trying to find them all....

I enjoyed it so much that I went back and bought Hidden Objects Quest 1....
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First, the good side. HOQ6 presents a LOT of hidden object puzzles, and a LOT of challenges. The scenes are done extremely well, and are very detailed. I liked that I could play the game in one of three manners -- with HO clues being given as words, silhouettes, or the actual objects. I tend NOT to like the silhouettes, so it's nice that I can "exclude" that option.

I only give the game 3 stars, however, for several reasons Mostly, it's because I had a terrible time "tapping" on objects. There were many, many objects that I tapped on 3, 4, or even 5 times, then gave up and asked for a "Hint" -- only to be told that was the right object, so I tried again until the tap succeeded. (This is neither a hardware nor a user problem, as I play a lot of other HO games, and haven't had this problem.)

Also -- and this is part of the challenge, so I have to say it's a personal preference -- the game only supplies 6 hidden objects at a time. Even though there are many, many more in the scene, you cannot tap on them -- until they show up in the list. I felt this to be very restrictive. I like to be presented with more objects to find.

Still, a pretty good game -- and if a player likes the overall format, it should provide lots of enjoyment.
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