Discovery! A Seek and Find Adventure

Zoom in on exotic locations with your eye for Discovery! Rove around six international hotspots such as Spain, China, and Australia with your host, Jerry Landers, and the beautiful Jill Summers. Step up to the wheel and choose your daily adventure in this Hidden Object jaunt. Compete against 20 eagle-eyed contestants for a chance at the U.S. Roadtrip Jackpot Round. Stow away your passport and magnifying lens for a Discovery! A Seek & Find Adventure.

The game awards bonus points for quickly finding multiple objects. Rated 4 out of 5 by Brenlin from This was fun! Original mini-games. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Discovery! I know BF has better games than this coming down the pike. While Jim Summers explains the rules and keeps the game on track, Jill acts as a human GPS pointing out hidden objects when you need a hint. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by JC from Dumb game Just a dumb game right from the start. The same goes for the countries. Many scenes contain animation. Travel inside a game show complete with a wheel and showcase-like sets that take players around the world hidden object style with Discovery! The items are small and not exactly easy to find, if the item is found by one of the other players a blue dot or red dot next to the item will show which player has found that item and it's worth less when you find it. You drag and drop objects to where they belong to ensure they match in both scenes. At the start of the game, 20 avatars are available for the choosing and six locked avatars wait for an unlocking. Two identical scenes — except for a handful of objects — appear side-by-side. Kick off the game with a spin of the wheel to assign a dollar value to the found objects.

Make a successful match and an audience applauds. At the start of the game, 20 avatars are available for the choosing and six locked avatars wait for an unlocking. A Seek and Find Adventure, but the game is acessible to more players thanks to a Relaxed mode available. First you spin the wheel to find out how much money each item is worth and then you start searching scenes from around the world such as Spain, Australia and France. The odds are in favor of the Price Tag Challenge, which we play too many times. You drag and drop objects to where they belong to ensure they match in both scenes. Play classic mode and hunt for objects in the scenes for several scenes. We clicked on the bike a few times only to see a nasty "X. Travel inside a game show complete with a wheel and showcase-like sets that take players around the world hidden object style with Discovery! Date published: I would have liked to have seen the American scenes included in this mode. Or, you can switch to Relaxed Mode to take away the stress factor. Hence, our frustration with clicking objects not always working. Red sends you off on the Price Tag Challenge, a memory style game except it has a twist. I am new here, sampling many of the HO games.

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Don't waste your money on Adventuree one. At the start of the game, 20 avatars are available for the choosing and six locked avatars wait for an unlocking. Colorful, well drawn and very excited - with applause Charma: The Land of Enchantment cheering from the audience. We clicked on the bike a few times only to see a nasty "X. Mini games very well known. The color-coded wheel also dictates the mini-game that gets played. The third brings on another mini-game before going back to hunt for objects, Charma: The Land of Enchantment the final three rounds go through two scenes of Classic mode and one of Category Mode. Seasoned hidden object players complaining that games are too easy should find a match Discovery! A Seek and Find Adventure Discovery! Green takes you on a Scene Match Safari. What I liked most was the find-all items mode ane the conclusion of iFnd game accessed through the achievements screen. The game itself isn't difficult, however it is a Discoveey! moving seek and Advventure game as you race to find objects listed before the other two contestants find them. Some listed items are random items some are listed as a category such as animals or toys. Find the object or click "Pass" to move on, the game whisks you to another city to find another object. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by JC from Dumb game Just a dumb game right from the start. We played Cavemen Tales Collectors Edition entire game only to land on blue once and on grey exactly zero times.

The same two contestants seemed to play every time. Kick off the game with a spin of the wheel to assign a dollar value to the found objects. It would be nice to have the option to turn off animation. Many scenes contain animation. I would have liked to have seen the American scenes included in this mode. The emcee sounds like someone from the sixties. A few rounds of the game and we know where to find things. You earn bonus money when you find items in succession. The items are small and not exactly easy to find, if the item is found by one of the other players a blue dot or red dot next to the item will show which player has found that item and it's worth less when you find it. Nothing is interesting about this game. Colorful, well drawn and very excited - with applause and cheering from the audience. I know BF has better games than this coming down the pike. Loved different countries, and like one reviewer said I wish it had the U. If you have nothing better to do

There are several side games, plenty of tougher hidden objects to find and I had to use the zoom in Smash Frenzy 2 at times. Some items too hard to find. I am Adveenture here, sampling many of the HO games. There are also bonus games such as trivia takeoff or Pricetag match where you flip over two price tags at a time to match identical pictures. The game awards bonus points for quickly finding multiple objects. Thank you for a different take on hidden object games. Then the champions tourney has six contestants. The Bad Ahd of balance between modes. Gameshow theme, different from Ghosts, and very welcomed! When each Eternal Journey: New Atlantis lights up, this means a competitor has found the object. You spin the wheel, and the selected amount will be the value of each HO in the next scene. If you have nothing better to do Loved different countries, and like one reviewer said I wish it had the U.


You drag and drop objects to where they belong to ensure they match in both scenes. A Seek and Find Adventure is rated 3. This was different, upbeat, fun to pretend game show. A Seek and Find Adventure, but the game is acessible to more players thanks to a Relaxed mode available. The scenes and object placements change very little, if at all. At least, until the Champions Tourney where opponents find objects much faster. So far, most of them are dark, castles, ghosts, mystery-death related scenes. The odds are in favor of the Price Tag Challenge, which we play too many times. What I liked most was the find-all items mode at the conclusion of the game accessed through the achievements screen. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Discovery! Date published: There are several side games, plenty of tougher hidden objects to find and I had to use the zoom in function at times. After unlocking a country, you can return there for Gauntlet Run where you can seek every object in that country. Rated 4 out of 5 by Brenlin from This was fun! I know BF has better games than this coming down the pike.

14 thoughts on “Discovery! A Seek and Find Adventure

  1. How much trivia do you know? Some items too hard to find. You drag and drop objects to where they belong to ensure they match in both scenes. Don't waste your money on this one.

  2. A Seek and Find Adventure is rated 3. Or, you can switch to Relaxed Mode to take away the stress factor. Kick off the game with a spin of the wheel to assign a dollar value to the found objects.

  3. Play classic mode and hunt for objects in the scenes for several scenes. The game awards bonus points for quickly finding multiple objects. Mini games very well known. Many scenes contain animation. Two red and green buttons appear next to every object.

  4. You earn bonus money when you find items in succession. There are several side games, plenty of tougher hidden objects to find and I had to use the zoom in function at times. Then the champions tourney has six contestants. This game is a competition like "Wheel of Fortune".

  5. Maybe make a sequel to this! The second round dives into the mini-game, followed by a Scavenger Hunt in which you find a category of items such as tools, animals, or toys. Play classic mode and hunt for objects in the scenes for several scenes.

  6. Finally, you can win some dough with Blizzard Bucks whenever you land on gray. Spin the wheel and land on blue for Trivia Takeoff for five questions. Nice game, enjoy! Game show lovers will love being able to spin the wheel and shout "Big money!

  7. The game awards bonus points for quickly finding multiple objects. I am new here, sampling many of the HO games. Play classic mode and hunt for objects in the scenes for several scenes.

  8. The third brings on another mini-game before going back to hunt for objects, and the final three rounds go through two scenes of Classic mode and one of Category Mode. A few nitpicks: Category matches creates a frustrating experience at times. If you miss the question, the game ends and you lose the money.

  9. We played the entire game only to land on blue once and on grey exactly zero times. Whether lights flickering or fireworks flying, these disrupt the players concentration to make it harder to find objects. It would be nice to have the option to turn off animation. The game itself isn't difficult, however it is a fast moving seek and find game as you race to find objects listed before the other two contestants find them..

  10. Two identical scenes — except for a handful of objects — appear side-by-side. Seasoned hidden object players complaining that games are too easy should find a match in Discovery! Nice game, enjoy! While Jim Summers explains the rules and keeps the game on track, Jill acts as a human GPS pointing out hidden objects when you need a hint. Play long enough and eventually new objects will appear in the list to keep the game going otherwise it turns repetitious after winning trips to all six countries and the Champions Tourney.

  11. Colorful, well drawn and very excited - with applause and cheering from the audience. Mini games very well known. But instead of two other teams, you compete against two contestants for a chance to win fabulous trips to Australia, Brazil, China, Egypt, France, and Spain. Finally, you can win some dough with Blizzard Bucks whenever you land on gray.

  12. At least, until the Champions Tourney where opponents find objects much faster. Play long enough and eventually new objects will appear in the list to keep the game going otherwise it turns repetitious after winning trips to all six countries and the Champions Tourney. Game show theme. Original mini-games.

  13. Find the object or click "Pass" to move on, the game whisks you to another city to find another object. This was different, upbeat, fun to pretend game show. The color-coded wheel also dictates the mini-game that gets played. The odds are in favor of the Price Tag Challenge, which we play too many times. After finishing a game the winner usually you goes on to the Jackpot Round, a five-minute U.

  14. Two red and green buttons appear next to every object. While Jim Summers explains the rules and keeps the game on track, Jill acts as a human GPS pointing out hidden objects when you need a hint. When each one lights up, this means a competitor has found the object.

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