Find hidden objects and solve mysteries on your Lumia
Last month, we shared tips to help you concentrate and get stuff done. Now, boost your IQ by solving puzzles with these hidden-object Windows Phone games.
Thanks to Treasure tag, I don’t forget my car keys anymore. But what about my glasses, ID or favorite pen? As you get embroiled in work, it is easy to misplace these essential things.
I don’t like hunting for these essentials, but here are games to making finding hidden objects actually fun.
Disney Hidden Worlds (free)
If you love Disney, Disney Hidden Worlds will take you on a journey into the world of imagination. Recreate images from popular tales such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “Tangled,” “Aladdin” and other classic Disney films.
Find hidden objects in scenes from your favorite Disney movies and the level of difficulty increases as you replay each scene. You also meet Chrona and the Inklings, who help keep your Disney Kingdoms safe from a mysterious villain.
Hurry up–there are 50 hidden objects for you to discover in every Disney movie.
For the Sherlock Holmes in you, the secretive society of Hidden Objects: Mystery Society HD will be an intriguing and entertaining game.
Join the team and unravel mysteries throughout Europe. Feast your eyes on beautiful high-resolution graphics and find your way around cities such as Paris, London, and Venice.
Find objects and view them with different tools such as a magnifying lens or a mirror. You also need to keep track of a ticking timer and the number of incorrect guesses to avoid penalty.
In Nightmares From The Deep: The Cursed Heart, you play a museum owner in this adventure caper. The action starts when you receive the body of a centuries-dead pirate to display in the museum. Spoiler alert: It leaps to life and kidnaps your teenage daughter!
As you learn the pirate’s love story and his intentions of resurrecting his mistress with your daughter’s life force, you leave the safety of the museum and embark on a journey to wild and haunted pirate territory!
The game focuses mainly on hidden-object scenes but it also has some intriguing puzzles and engaging bite-sized games. The in-game diary gives step-by-step written instructions and complements the game’s visual elements.
Clockwork Tales (free)
A detective drama featuring espionage, monster battles and much more, Clockwork Tales will hook you from the word go.
The gameplay is similar to Nightmares From The Deep: The Cursed Heart but what sets it apart is the series of mysterious events to keep you on your toes. There is only a mechanical raven to guide your character while you prepare to storm a well-secured castle and face General Engineer of Gottland.
The game features an interactive help feature and you can travel quickly between locations by tapping the circled area where “X” represents your current location.
Have you played any of these games before? Do you have any other mysterious hidden-object games you want to share?