Hidden Object – Dark Romance 4 (Free to Play): Review
May 14th, 2020
Unravel the secrets of the Minotaur's Labyrinth in the bonus chapter.
Help a couple be forever together.
Enjoy the mythology of ancient Greece.
Learn about the dark side of Greek gods.
Explore Hades’ kingdom of death’s lost city and help Persephone and Elias in their quest to be forever together.
Solve logic puzzles and brain teasers to learn more about Greek myths while visiting Hades’ dark Underworld kingdom of death!
Once again DominiGames has delivered another thrilling dark HOPA game, released on May 14, 2020.
Elias thought his and Persephone’s love was in jeopardy, but Zeus somehow approved their marriage.
When Persephone’s uncle, Hades himself, whisks her away to the Underworld, a place full of threats, traps, lies, and mystery, her betrothal is ruined.
It’s all part of Hades and Poseidon’s intricate plan to perplex and tempt her father Zeus to his doom.
Hades convinces Poseidon that they, not their brother Zeus, should rule Olympus.
Persephone and her true love Elias must go on an adventure to save Olympus so Zeus cannot risk his brothers conquering humanity.
The gameplay is close to that of other DominiGames games, but with an added twist of it being very dark.
You will examine areas by zooming in. Various in-game characters occasionally have helpful information to help you advance.
Ancient Greek objects can be found all over the game.
When you get lost in the game, you can use hints, but each hint costs one coin.
You can use the map to fly instantly between places and see your objectives.
The game’s illustrations are quite spectacular and have excellent textures.
Character facial expressions and in-game voice acting are also included.
We were blown away by the game’s design, graphics, and the touch of Greek mythology; we had no idea this side of the story existed.
The game left us perplexed in the end, but it was still enjoyable.
We were dissatisfied with the coin system because some of the puzzles are extremely difficult, necessitating the purchase of additional coins, rendering the game non-free.
Developers must re-evaluate this part of the game before they lose their audience.