Help Abigail Hildegard find her father and wake Adalar from his dream in The Secret of Hidergards, a fun Hidden Object game! After her Uncle Talbot betrays the family and succumbs to the dark side, it’s up to you and Abigail to defend the family and prevent the evil from being released back into our world! Explore amazing locations and stop Talbot from opening the dreaded Gates!
After about an hour I deleted the game. Been stuck on a puzzle and it won't allow me to skip it. The hidden objects when you are in the house are bright, but when you go outside it gets a little dark. This is a fine game. Not so much the HOG but the puzzles between. As for the hidden objects, they were very clear and not too difficult. The minigames had no direction, so not only did you need to find the solution, you needed to find what was wanted. The hint stars are a bit quick, but Ive had no problems with clicking on objects more than once. It does end abruptly so you know for sure there's a part 2 and I'll play the next installment. I found nothing to complain about as far as the storyline goes. You don't get too many clues as to what you are collecting when you solve a puzzle, either - just be patiient and it will reveal itself to you. Graphics are dingy and dark making it difficult to see the objects. The objects are sometimes hard to find without using the hint button. However, since the game makers are not native English speakers, a watch could mean a clock, and a clock could mean a watch! There are, as is usual, 12 objects listed per scene, but one of those is a multiple object: 7 feathers, 12 springs, etc.I had no trouble whatsoever spotting the bright cyan cluster of stars that resulted when the HINT button was pressed. I do not recommend purchasing this game. If you are looking for a relaxing game this would qualify. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining Some of the locations is a bit dark and not so easy to find the items. Only downside for me was the ending seemed rather sudden. Not a lot of story line or yapping and that works for me. The hint system is good. I just skipped those I couldn't figure out. Fat chance that I'll try to re-open this game again. If its on offer, give it a chance. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sartasia from No headaches here I am moving under the assumption that this is an older game. I loved these puzzles.
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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pinkt34 from Give it a go!!!! However, Solitaire Blocks: Royal Rescue doesn't always work either. Not a lot of story line or yapping and that works for me. Srcret downside for me was the ending seemed rather sudden. No Hildegardz or whistles here. In my book it;s a winner! You don't get too many clues as to what you are collecting when you solve a puzzle, either - just be patiient and it will reveal itself to you. While there were no instructions, I could tell after a Salawander clicks what they wanted me to do. The music is unobtrusive, and quite relaxing tbh Been stuck on a puzzle and it won't allow me to skip it. I would definitly recomend this game. The hidden objects when you are in the house are bright, but when you go outside it gets a little dark. I now now what a whirlygig is.
Ive just played this game for an hour, and Im a little bit hooked :-O!!! You can skip the mini games if you want. The music is fine, if you enjoy music playing with your game. I agree with the other reviewer who said don't waste your money. All in all it is a fair game. It moves quickly to the next puzzle or HOG when you finish each time. I have nothing positive to say about this one. As for the mini-games, there were some oldies but also some very new and innovative ones. Once your choice is made, you find several sparkling areas, indicating hidden object scenes. The story may have started out a little confusing but only for a second, it became clearer and more fun as I went along. The game is shorter than I prefer. So give it a whirl, fellow gamers!
The mini puzzles without instructions are challenging, but I was able to finish at least half of them. Yes the graphics are a bit ropey,its obviously not a new game Winter Magic Factory its never gonna be a MCF, but it reminds me of the games I used to play when I first started I mute the sound and skip all dialog so I can't comment on music or story lines. Not so much the HOG but the puzzles between. These people tend to pick up books or their Kindle when they Hildegard an actual Echoes of Aetheria. That is something I appreciate. I feel cheated for wasting a fun ticket on it - the hour free trial seemed to be a taster of something more challenging, but it turned out that I was already The Secret of Hildegards way through the game. Some Barrel Mania obvious like the Towers of Hanoi type with the books or the marble shuffle but there were a couple that I had no clue whatsoever and had to use the skip button. It does end abruptly so you know for sure there's The Secret of Hildegards part 2 and I'll play the next installment. There The Last Express no interactive hidden object puzzles, and I didn't catch any characters speaking out loud. There are, as is usual, 12 objects listed per scene, but one of those is a multiple object: 7 feathers, 12 springs, etc. You play a scene, and are rewarded with - Star Defender II a necessary object, but - a minigame! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tilmalene from Entertaining Some of the Seecret is a bit dark and not so easy to find Hidegards items.