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The Best Hidden Object Games on Xbox One & Series X/S

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The Best Hidden Object Games on PS4

Are you a fan of old-fashioned hidden object adventure games? Look no further - we've picked out five of the best hidden object games on PS4.

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love Review

Irony Curtain is a beautifully constructed and often hilarious adventure that’s sure to delight anyone who loves a good point and click game.
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This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #21

So many games, not enough time.

My Brother Rabbit Review

My Brother Rabbit is a fantastic hidden object point-and-click that inserts you right into the mind of a child’s imagination.

10 Xbox One Games With an Easy 1000G Achievement Points

Love them or hate them, achievements are a big part of gaming. Here are 10 Xbox One games that'll net you an easy 1000G by simply playing.

Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan Review: Someone Needs Acting Lessons

If there's one thing we can rely on, it's Artifex Mundi porting one of their games onto Xbox One on a regular basis.

Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom Review

As much as I'm a fan of Artifex Mundi's special brand of hidden object-meets-digital puzzle book, there was something about this latest one that just didn't hit the right spot.
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Dark Arcana: The Carnival Review

Artifex Mundi games are like a pair of comfy old shoes; you know they're not very good, but they're familiar and comfortable, and it keeps you coming back to them time and time again.

Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood Review

Artifex Mundi are back on Xbox One with a new release – the sixth of the year. That's some pretty good going, right? I have...

Eventide: Slavic Fable Review

When Artifex Mundi shared the news of yet another Xbox One port - less than a month after their last one - I jumped for joy. Sure,...

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call Review

Good old Artifex Mundi. Like that trusty old fleece sweater you always pull out of your closet when the house is a bit chilly, there's...

Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride Review

A good witch, an evil prince and an anthropomorphic bear. What more could you possibly want out of a fairytale-inspired story? We've come to expect...

Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek Review

Ah, the hidden object puzzle game. A shameful sub-genre of the legendary point and click adventure that is generally relegated to download-only PC games and...
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Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink Review

I have to confess something: in my misguided youth, I spent far more time than I should playing downloadable PC "hidden object" games. I was...

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