June’s Journey – Hidden Objects – Review
October 03rd, 2017
List of items to find within a static scene
Receive points for each item found
Score multipliers for completing the task quickly
Hint feature to highlight items
Upgrade your mansion
Disable in-app purchases option
June Parker’s Captivating Quest To Unveil A Scandalous Family Secret.
Released in October 2017, Berlin-based Wooga has delivered one of their finest hidden objects game.
June Parker has returned to her sister Clare’s residence to solve the mysterious murder case. However, she was informed by the police that Harry, her sister’s husband shot Clare and then turned the gun on himself.
June Parker is headed to New York to take care of her niece who misses her parents a lot and discover what truly happened.
Help June Parker to reach her objective and showoff your detective skills.
The gameplay is very similar to other hidden objects and adventure games however, the story is very exciting and thrilling to witness.
Finishing an inquiry will give you points towards a star. Whenever you’ve got a star in an area you can do the scene once more, this time with more objects in the room.
Now and then you should rehash this cycle on numerous occasions to get the entirety of the signs for the homicide secret before going on to the following room.
Upgrade the estate, decorate the gardens, and explore multiple areas to find new clues.
Connect to Facebook to receive in-game energy bars.
However, Wooga has provided us with tremendous and exquisite visuals containing marvellous sketch drawings which always helps, of course.
We were somewhat baffled by the sound. There is no voice acting, and no sound other than a conventional bell when you discover things.
The garden decoration permits you to get somewhat inventive since you can purchase a ton of unlockable and add them to your manor, yet we believe it’s odd that you are decorating your dead sister’s house while investigating her murder.
In-game purchases are also very expensive. There’s also an issue with the loading screen which surely puts a damper on the fun.