Not only are Alawar fantastic at Match 3 games but they come up with a captivating Hidden Object game as well!
Weird Park: Broken Tune Collector’s Edition is set in a dark and eerie haunted amusement park where you are the investigator searching for clues to discover the answer behind a spate of unexplainable accidents in recent years.
Travel through the park at night to see what you can discover.
I discovered that I don’t have the methodical logic or the patience required to excel at Hidden Object games, I also discovered that it doesn’t matter – I will still get hooked and spend hours lost in the park trying to find the answers.
There is a process of steps to make this game run the smoothest, an easy path to traverse the discoveries so that one leads to another. I discovered that if you don’t follow this path and just end up traipsing high and low for hours you will still get the same results, it will just mean that you have accrued many more hours of fun on the journey.
The thing about this game is that you are collecting items along the way and if you miss something there will come a point where you are stuck until you find it. (Which is where I am right now) I now need to retrace my steps until I can find the item I missed before I can move forward. The thing I do like about it is that if you have completed an area it stops you going back in looking which is a bonus in a sense. You also have to revisit the hidden object scenes twice or three times which can be a tad confusing but it’s still fun to find the items.
The soundtrack is suitably creepy and eerie, kind of spooky really but perfect for the game.
Key features of this game are its:
- 50 locations
- 17 hidden object scenes
- 23 mini-games
- In-game strategy guide
- Extensive bonus chapter
The In-game strategy guide is a new addition available exclusively in the Collector’s Edition and is great if you want to just walk through the game without actually having to play, which is really good if you happen to be wandering through solo and find yourself stuck – this is the perfect tool to help you out.
There is an extensive bonus chapter which provides 25% extra game play, and an extras section which you can’t access until the game has been completed so I can’t actually tell you about that. Nearly, nearly… so close.
The graphics are vivid, the story is intriguing, the atmosphere is gloomy and the game is totally addictive. Some of the mini games are extremely challenging but I got there in the end. This is sure to capture the hearts and imaginations of Hidden Object game lovers everywhere.
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