We are very proud to announce the release of 3 Hidden Objects Adventures by 5ivedom. This app has been developed for the Nook Tablet, Nook Color, Nook HD and Nook HD+. We are offering this incredible app for the low initial release price of $1.
What is 3 Hidden Objects Adventures?
3 Hidden Objects Adventures is a Hidden Objects Game with three original and intriguing stories that are each illustrated with images that have various objects hidden in them. The majority of the images have 15 objects hidden in them and we tried to keep the objects realistic to the scene.
We looked long and hard at the Hidden Objects apps available and wanted to make our app special and something that would interest the entire family. We also put a lot of care into selecting and hiding the objects to make the scenes challenging and interesting.
Each Hidden Object Adventure has three playing options. You can select the options (and use various settings) to meet your current playing needs and interests.
- Scenes and Story – this is the “full treatment” of the Hidden Object Adventure. Immerse yourself in the Hidden Object Adventure and experience the adventure by reading the store and search for the Hidden Objects. We recommend this option for the first time through each adventure to get the full experience.
- Scenes Only – this option provides Hidden Object scenes only. The adventure story line is left out.
- Bonus Scenes – each story has between 5-8 bonus scenes. They might be scenes that were cut from the adventure or have different items hiding in them.
Note: To get the full adventure – make sure you read the Backstory in each adventure before diving into the Scenes & Story.
We hope that you will enjoy the adventures and the Hidden Objects images and play them time and time again. The 5ivedom team has spent literally thousands of hours working on the app, images, stories and design. I have played through these stories countless times myself and still can’t remember where all the objects are and enjoy following the stories and scenes and being drawn into the action. We also hope you enjoy the original music developed by Arjun Kaul. We feel that this music makes each adventure that much more special.
After the Apocalypse
World War III has happened … and it’s worse than anything anyone could have imagined. You head out from Boston Enclave to find your family in Texas. Gather the objects you need to protect yourself and to complete your journey.
In After the Apocalypse you will travel across much of the United States trying to survive against all odds. What will it take to survive? Will you be able to get back with your family?
This is just one of the Hidden Object images in After the Apocalypse. Tap on the Nook screen to find each object and use Hint if you get stuck. Objects are listed in the lower left hand corner.
Lost at the Zoo
Adventurous twins get lost at the zoo and their worried father is challenged to find them. A great way to learn more about various zoo animals, insects, reptiles, and rodents as you follow the twins trail to various animal habitats.
In Lost at the Zoo, a worried father tries to figure out where his twins will go next after he loses track of them at the zoo. This story is particularly good to enjoy with young children as you learn about different animals, birds, rodents, and bugs.
Having trouble finding those last few tricky items? Zoom in and out with simple actions of spreading your fingers apart or pinching them together. Pause the game if you need to step away. Make sure you check out the How to Play and various Help files with the Menu and ? buttons.
The Secret Forest
Your son disappears and you find a path to a Secret Forest in your atttic. A good witch and fairy assist you as you gather objects that will help you reach your son and survive the Secret Forest.
What weapons, potions and items will it take to find your son in the Secret Forest? What creatures will you meet and defeat along the way?
Expand the items list with the “+” sign if you need larger font sizes. Go to the Settings screen to changes options including: Music, Game Sounds, Enable Zoom, Extra Hints, Timer On, 5 Item Mode, No Scene Summary Dialog.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to leave them as comments in this blog post or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to hear from our users and your input helps us know what to develop next.
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