Review: Hidden Objects: Twilight Town
September 2nd, 2015
Absolutely Free & Fun for all ages and Genders
Silhouette hidden objects – a challenging level for finding items!
Display your city-building strategy skills
Delve up the mystery adventure quest
Explore richly detailed hidden object scenes
Complete 100 magic collections
Fight the evil with might and magic
Run your own detective investigation to track down the villain
Manage goods supply, care about the citizens and improve your reputation
Meet a colorful cast of characters, each in two guises
Solve clever word puzzles
Earn coins in Match 3 mini-game
Win artifacts and cash in a spooky casino
Twilight Town’s fate is in jeopardy unless you can stop the criminals from unleashing powerful energies that will destroy the mythical city. Prepare to uncover the truth in this enthralling blend of hidden mysteries and enigmatic city-building games with twists and turns.
Absolutist Ltd published Hidden Objects: Twilight Town, a mystery adventure quest in the hidden object genre, on September 2, 2015, as one of the top-tier games.
You’ve been summoned to Twilight Town to become the Judge of the Others, the last in your line. It’s up to you to look into your predecessor’s mysterious death. Constantine was under investigation for something, but he was removed from the board before revealing the perpetrator. As you investigate the tangle of evidence, you’ll quickly discover that there’s more to this village than meets the eye. Everyone seems to be living a double life, and you shouldn’t put your trust in anyone! It’s time to untangle the web of intrigues, pick a side in the unending conflict between vampires and werewolves, and defend humanity against evil. The Others are in desperate need of a Judge!
Overall, a good game with beautiful graphics that has a good mix of hidden objects, mini-games, and an old-fashioned engaging gothic plot. We just had time to play two puzzle games before we needed to recharge the energy bar again. Recharging takes five gems, and we only got one game. Once you’ve played for a few minutes, the game glitches and the action slows down, which might become tedious. So far, the game appears to provide a good range of puzzles and HO scenes. Although it does take some time to open some places, it is more than just looking for hidden stuff. The game will give you a lot of advice along the route, and some of it is useful to know before you go broke. There are also flaws in the game. For example, we had a ship being unloaded, then some dialogues occurred, and we discovered that the unloaded ship was sailing away while our warehouse remained empty. Also, we had a truck being loaded, and after some in-game action, we realized the truck wasn’t filled, and the warehouse was still full, so we had to call for another truck, which was annoying. Hopefully, in future releases, the developers will fix these errors and glitches.