Hidden Objects – Bridge To Another World: Gulliver: Review
September 20th, 2021
Friendly Fox Studios
Immerse yourself in an amazing adventure.
Solve intuitive mini-games, brainteasers, & unique puzzles.
Explore 40+ stunning locations.
Assemble collections, seek & find morphing objects.
-Optimized for tablets and phones.
Go find all hidden things, use your sense of observation. Do you think you’d make an excellent detective?
In this adorable game, you’ll navigate through stunning mini-games, brainteasers, amazing riddles, and hidden clues.
Friendly Fox Studio’s Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome is an adventure game with loads of hidden objects, mini-games, and puzzles to complete that was launched on September 20, 2021.
You attempt to find answers after discovering a porcelain statue that gives you odd dreams. What begins as a routine search gradually transforms into a fantasy realm in which you are a giant being followed by miniature people. However, while you search for Gulliver, your only known hope for survival, these little hunters are anything but charming. Can you stop a terrible foe in time to save yourself and Lilliputia, with frightening abilities at play and your life on the line?
Another wonderful game from Friendly Fox Studios, and we are already huge fans of their work and can’t wait to see what they come up with next. We have enjoyed all of Friendly Fox’s games and have never been disappointed, but we believe that this game has a drawback, which may or may not be accurate, as it is the shortest of all the games from Friendly Fox Studios. Despite this, we enjoyed it a lot and had a great time, but many of the scenes were recycled and it was a quick play. There’s also the fact that everything about the game, from the storyline to the graphics, is top-notch, with lovely hidden object scenes. Other game firms are generating shorter and shorter games, and their audiences are dwindling, yet Friendly Fox continues to offer good games to the market.
Hopefully, this tiny oversight will not be repeated in future games.