Hidden Object Adventure Games – Around The World in 80 Days – Review
October 27th, 2017
Crisp App Studios
Vibrant ethnic interior settings and music.
Diverse and difficult challenges: there is the classic hidden object adventure game HOPA based on name or outlines, finding differences, and search for pairs of identical items.
After finishing the seek and find the game as Fogg and Passepartout, you will get an opportunity to play it as Fix, facing brand new challenges.
Enjoy the game in 15 different languages.
With vivid scenery, animation, and visual effects, Around the World in 80 Days is one of the most exciting and adventurous hidden object games.
The makers of Time Trap have released a new search and find game. Indulge in a brand-new Around the World adventure!
Crisp App Studios has released the game on 27th October 2017.
Jules Verne was a writer who never failed to surprise his readers. He did it so convincingly that readers are still assured of the factuality of all the journeys he portrayed.
However, among his many fictitious stories, there’s one that is true. It’s the adventure of an 80-day trip around the world.
It does not have the fantastical inventions and surprising transportation machines, but it does have a satisfying conclusion, great characters, and countless adventures.
Passepartout has decided to serve Sir Phileas Fogg and live a peaceful life with him after learning that he is the most precise and settled gentleman in the United Kingdom.
Fogg’s trip starts in England, then continues to France, Egypt, India, China, Japan, America, and other nations with his servant Passepartout.
Along the way, he faces many dangers. He is being chased by detective Fix, who has convinced the police that Fogg is a Bank of England robber and that the bet is merely a means of evading the law.
Each location is a new continent, country, or town where you will be immersed in the atmosphere of that area thanks to the beautiful and vivid graphics and unique musical background.
The gameplay is indeed very familiar to other hidden object games; in fact, finding objects among the many others is quite a task.
Scenes where the player must find objects, transitional scenes between search locations, scenes for finding differences, and searches for pairs of identical items are all included in the game.
Since it is translated into 15 of the most common world languages, this hidden object adventure game is also an excellent language learning app.
So you can also change the language of your device and check up your knowledge of foreign languages.
The vibrant ethnic interior settings and in-game background music are one of the game’s most elegant features.
The one disappointment is that there’s no voice acting in this game.
A bit repetitive (the same few scenes over and over) and sometimes too light to see accurately but quite challenging and fun.
Some objects were mislabeled, such as a cash register that was mistakenly labeled as a typewriter, but hey, that only adds to the difficulty.
If you need to pass the time, this is a good way to do so without wasting money every 5 minutes.