Reviews and Problems with Hidden Identity - Chicago Blackout
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User review by sotong
16 April 2011
Summary: I found this game uninteresting and rather boring. Graphics & artwork were average and a bit blurry. Music, sound, effects and animation were boring too. Gameplay was straight forward hidden objects scenes one after another. As for the story, it was uninteresting - oh I said it already!
Summary: Hmm. I'm not sure how I feel, overall, about this game. PRO: Objects were clear and looked just like they were supposed to. CON: They were just pasted willy-nilly around the scene with absolutely no regard to logic or sense. PRO: Some unusual and unique mini-games.
Summary: Great hidden object game with new and different puzzles in betwen. I love the Spin Top games because they are all strictly hidden object - no real story line to go with it and they all have secret things to find to unlock the unlimited games.
Summary: A standard HOG with a decent story and some humor. I was looking forward to playing it but nothing about it stands out: the music is pretty good and matches the scenes well enough. Some scenes look much better than others.
Summary: This game is a good basic HOG game. I like this game it has good graphics. Sometimes images may be a little hard to find but the hint button refreshes quickly. I like the clever clues and the relaxing game play. Storyline mysterious enough to keep your attention.
Summary: I really, really, really enjoyed this game! The story line is vague & uninteresting, but finding the objects is fun for a change (I hate to admit it, but I've gotten bored with HOGs, something I never thought could happen, but...).
Summary: I played this game for a hour free on Big fish, I would not spend money on this one. The displays are very poor as well as the hidden objects. Not a good story line. I have forgiven other games for their imaging because of the story or charters, could not get into this game
Summary: I really like this; if the demo is any indication of the entire game. The music is perfect for the theme, no dark spaces, very cleverly disguised objects and the setting is different. (We have had plenty of New York City or Hollywood, CA, or even tropical islands, but Chicago is a new venue.