Well look at that…so much can happen in just the blink of an eye…even more so when there is a big ball of timey wimey wibbly wobbly stuff involved.
If Cyanide & Happiness: Freakpocalypse Part 1 is any indicator of what the remaining parts will be like, we are definitely in for something perhaps a bit dark or maybe a little bit creepy but definitely a lot more than a little bit fun to look
An overpriced hidden object game with short playtime and ordinary gameplay.
Out of a trilogy of HOGs, the middle child presents an average experience that should please fans of the genre, but wouldn’t draw interest from those who dislike these kind of games.
As the first game out of a trilogy, it doesn’t set up a strong beginning for the sequels. Many characters are idiotic, and with unclear items to search for, the hidden-object portions are frustrating.
This isn’t a bad attempt at a hidden object game, but it’s remarkably short and doesn’t have enough distracting background objects to make locations more interesting.
A hidden object puzzle game about an imminent threat of machines taking over the world.
A beautiful adventure into the mythology of classical Greece marred only by its occasional journey into the hidden object genre.
What your Pantsu says about you…
Relaxation Mode is cranked up to 11 in this simplistic watercolour hidden object game.