Secret City: Collection: Review
March 22nd, 2021
Don’t let the secret city be revealed to humans in the bonus chapter!
Solve mini-games, puzzles, and sophisticated riddles!
Look for cleverly hidden collectibles!
Use a handy strategy guide!
Explore your favorite free hidden object games, logic puzzles, and brain teasers, again and again, looking for the items you need to get achievements. Are you up to the task? In these amusing locating object games, your goal is to seek out and uncover concealed objects to solve the case.
Domini Games published another excellent game in the Secret City series named ‘Collection’ on March 22, 2021.
Cassan, a well-known Secret City collector, perished in an aircraft crash, and his rare artifact collection was donated to the Secret City Museum. The artifacts begin to have a terrible effect on the residents. The locals lose their magical abilities and become mad. You learn that this is all part of Cassan’s plot, as Cassan has resurfaced alive and spiteful. Cassan was not gifted with magical abilities as a child, and many Lakrians mocked him. Now it’s up to him to create the most potent relic to strip the residents of their magical abilities and subjugate their minds.
Domini games are, in our opinion, one of the top hidden object game developers, yet this game was unimpressive. The graphics were nice, but the gameplay was buggy, and the characters’ dialogue didn’t match the tale. We were also dissatisfied by the limited number of characters. We loved how the diversity in their personalities and talents were brought together in the others—but Domini games are still entertaining to play—and we’ve played them all over the years. Simultaneously, it was so relaxing to look at some scenes that seemed so real that we wished we could go there and relax.
Some users experienced issues launching the game, as well as difficulty selecting easy and hard play in the puzzles, and explaining how to play because the screen is not large enough, but we have enjoyed our time with this game otherwise.
Developers should hopefully address these concerns in future versions.