Review: The Hidden Treasures Objects
March 16th, 2020
Lively scenes to search from top to bottom for hidden objects
Stunning graphics, charismatic characters, and picturesque locations
Hundreds of unique match-3 puzzles
Incredible boosters and power-up combos
The gripping storyline that always keeps you guessing
Picturesque locations, charismatic characters, and stunning graphics
Numerous charming collections to piece together
Absorbing quests to keep you entertained for months
Your own unique ship to decorate and captain
Free updates: new quests, remarkable locations, and unique bonuses await you every month!
Begin your mind-boggling sea voyage right now in The Hidden Treasures Objects, which allows you to advance in a plot full of twists and turns set against the dramatic backdrop of the Caribbean by discovering artifacts or matching jewels in a row. On the spur of the moment, choose between mystery hidden objects and match-3 games to suit your likes and interests. G5 Entertainment’s Hidden Treasures: Objects, which was released on March 16, 2020, is one of the most popular games in the hidden object genre.
In The Hidden Treasures Objects Captain Aimee, a rogue crew of flamboyant characters, and a bird named Virgil embark on a swashbuckling journey around the Caribbean islands to solve Aimee’s family mystery. Help them locate hidden treasures by completing thrilling expeditions and thwarting the schemes of villainous pirates by blasting through match-3 puzzles or unraveling hidden object sequences. They’re looking for something important, but it appears that a piece of the mystery map that Aimee has inadvertently in her family locket – the only thing she has left from her mother – is required. Keep Aimee safe, travel to port cities, and learn the truth about what happened to Aimee’s parents.
This is one of our favorite games in both the HOPA and Match 3 genres out of all the games we’ve played. Wonderful game with amazing graphics that leave us wanting to see what happens next, however, it’s a little slow for our tastes and looks a lot like other G5 games. We play the match-3 games the most, and this one offers the most intriguing stories. We do wish that each game included an instruction manual because we frequently forget things from a game, and it would also be preferable if the artifact assemblers were more readily available. We appreciate that you can play either match 3 or find hidden objects; it adds variety to the game and ensures that you don’t become tired with the same old gameplay. The gameplay is pretty fluid with no lags, and we don’t mind the ads, but the game doesn’t supply enough energy bars, and they run out too quickly, and we can’t seem to discover a way to earn any, which is very annoying, and they’re also too expensive to buy. Hopefully, developers will provide additional energy bars in future releases while also keeping us entertained.