Hidden Expedition: Midgards End

Eipix Entertainment presents another thrilling installment of the popular Hidden Expedition series! On your toes, Agent! Someone has just attacked the H.E.L.P. academy, breaking into the vault and making off with an ancient map. All signs point to an inside job, but who would be brazen – and foolish – enough to do such a thing? And what do they want with a map that’s tied to a Norse myth about the end of the world? Set out across the globe, from Budapest to Greenland, in this action-packed Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

Go through the door G. The bonus game lasted 1. The devs did everything to confuse me, and they did it well! Best in the series? High Fives to anyone involved! The characters human were believable and the story was pretty tight. Morphing objects are in HOs. It is an engaging game, you want to stay with it. Scroll up. A short review: It took me an hour to play the demo. I did find myself idly wondering if Sam ever changes his clothes, or if the ones he is wearing all the time are his favorites, or what the deal is with that - but it was nice to see him in something else at the end. Go forward. Puzzles are challenging, Ho's are different, we got morphing, and above all an interesting end of the world story. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mandms33 from I couldn't wait to buy this game!


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alowan from A short review! No hints, no skips, no map help, no SG Midgarde. Return to the Alley. Walk down and go to Hidden Expedition: Midgards End Parlor B. Puzzles: take pains to get them right. As always, demo if you're not sure. Once in a while there is a good one, and this one is very good! Hidden-object puzzles are referred to as HOPs. The MMidgards game lasted six hours. Date published: Gnomes Garden 3 5 Hiddn of 5 by gobaba Hidden Object: Home Makeover Really a 4. However, all of the bad guys in this story were downright insane with hate; H. Solution M. I cannot answer any of these questions but I put them out there together with the agreement to what other reviewers have said that this is a very well made game indeed and ,yes, I enjoyed it and expect you will too I play in "No Mode". There must be something in them that appeals to my inner spy and makes me want Expedition:: chase down bad guys.

It is modern, as for once we are not in the 18th Century with purple black smoke,in a carriage, trying to rescue some damzelle in distress locked in a cage. Return to the Balcony. Take the Fact Card 4. This guide will not tell you when you have to zoom into a location; the screenshots will show each zoom scene. I can't wait to see how it all comes together. My favorite was finding and interacting with items by opening up different rooms of a miniature house. Adventure part was pretty linear though a couple of times I was not sure where to go. You can go back and find hammers in Extras if you miss them in gameplay. It's a good buy I think; check out the demo and see for yourself. Return to the Ground floor. Open the doors C. It felt like 10 minutes!

Solution: A and B Enter the Secret chamber on the left. First Budapest. She rides a chariot pulled by two cats with a boar by her side. Plus I do think some of those head-banger puzzles were worth a replay. Select the lock N.


Solution W. I am only a beginner with these hidden objects games, so I played the easy mode, but as I go through the whole game it gets better and better. The characters are well done - they look like actual people, and they move realistically. P agency has ever embarked upon, the world depends on you to to stop these madmen before they reach their destination, Midgard's End! Could or would a major developer take the risk of making a game without all the cliches of the genre? Looks like a pretty permanent instillation too including Sam's very fancy office Sam plays Miss Moneypenny to our heroine's Bond which of course we ransack just as freely as players of most of these games,as if kleptomaniacs in training, do any place they find themselves. It is an engaging game, you want to stay with it. I did find myself idly wondering if Sam ever changes his clothes, or if the ones he is wearing all the time are his favorites, or what the deal is with that - but it was nice to see him in something else at the end. I can't wait to see how it all comes together. Jolly good. Date published: Also included are replayable HOs and puzzles, the Collectible hammers, achievements and the usual. Chapter 2: Cabaret Answer the phone on the screen. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by riverdiver from The End is the Beginning!

Return to the Schumann house. Go to the Secret chamber. Scroll up. Solution: A and B Enter the Secret chamber on the left. Music: very suspenseful. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mandms33 from I couldn't wait to buy this game! Looks like were going to have to step up our game, because Sam has just been promoted! It is modern, as for once we are not in the 18th Century with purple black smoke,in a carriage, trying to rescue some damzelle in distress locked in a cage. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kandinsky from Very Fine Game but What are those bones on the cliff side in the lead in video of the game which would seem to be of the Midgard serpent which circles the world? But compared to the games between that and this certainly in my opinion. Go to the Cabaret S. Beautiful and interesting scenes to interact in.

10 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: Midgards End

  1. High Fives to anyone involved! Walk down and go to the Parlor B. Chapter 2: Cabaret Answer the phone on the screen.

  2. Return to the Schumann house. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gobaba from Really a 4. The characters are well done - they look like actual people, and they move realistically. HOPs well done.

  3. The storyline grabbed me from the beginning and has a good plot twist that I did not see coming. Solution: S-V-Ux2. The bonus game lasted 1. Music: very suspenseful.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mandms33 from I couldn't wait to buy this game! Return to the Alley. Insert the CD B and select play video C. P was there to stop them, but I like to have some focus on the good guys, and other choices.

  5. But compared to the games between that and this certainly in my opinion. At least for me. Why am I playing this sort of world saving game? Each scene has a Morphing Object to to add a little challenge.

  6. Puzzles: take pains to get them right. Solution M. Amazing how much research these devs do! Solution Y.

  7. There are also 43 Hidden Signs, one in each scene to find throughout your adventure, as well as 13 Achievements to earn. Jolly good. Morphing objects are in HOs.

  8. The CC edition was worth the extra money as its long with all new scenes. Best in the series? Morphing objects and collectables in the game and the bonus chapter.

  9. You can go back and find hammers in Extras if you miss them in gameplay. The HOPs are fun, and the puzzle games are challenging without being so ridiculously complex that I end up swearing at the computer or so easy that they insult my intelligence. Freyja rules over the heavenly afterlife and receives half of those who died in battle the other half go to Odin's hall and has been known to help deities who often use her cloak made of falcon feathers. She rides a chariot pulled by two cats with a boar by her side.

  10. Solution R. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kandinsky from Very Fine Game but Even though this is really not my favorite game genre I do like Eipix' extras: the collectibles, the Souvenir Room, and the morphs. It's balanced more in HOs and puzzles than usual, though Eipix is usually puzzle-heavy.

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