I love to play hidden objective games, and see how many objects I can find in every picture. I also love to play a game where I could practice my memory skills. Castle Wonders: Hidden Objective does an good job of blending these two types of games into one game. In classic mode, you are taken through various images, and three images of objects are displayed on the left side of the screen. Once you find an object, you tap on it in the picture and a new object appears on the left side of the screen. This process continues until you've found all the objects. These objects are really hidden well, so you really have to open your eyes to find the objects. All of the pictures are well-done, and the objects blend into the pictures really good, making them even harder to find. If you are having trouble finding an object, there is a hint button to help you. The hint button works differently on the three difficulties, so be careful how you use it. There are three ways to find objects in classic mode: picture, silhouette, and word. I am used to playing the game by using the picture way. The silhouette and word ways are quite hard to find on the challenging difficulty. The memory and survival game mode are really engaging, and really test your memory and object finding skills. There are also two mini games that are available to play; you can use these games to really sharpen your memory. After playing this game for awhile, your memory skills will become better, so go onto the Google Play Store to download this game, and see how many objects you could find, or see how many matches you could make.
August 24, 2013