Summary: Journey of Hope is yet another Hidden Object game with an adventure to exotic lands, a mystery to solve, and mini games. Sound familiar? HOG’s or Hidden Object Games seem to be the most popular games currently, and nearly every day another company launches a new one.
Summary: I had never seen a game with so few stars either. One of the items was "behind" the sidebar. Couldn't find it and finally tried a hint and it lit up behind the bar, lol. What a joke this game is.
Summary: I completed this game within the one hour trial... I kept hoping it would "start" instead it was not challenging and the plot was lame. The graphics were good and the objects were too easy to find. The puzzles were a joke. Don't waste your $$$ Oh wait, you don't have to!
Summary: This is bad enough that I actually think it was meant to be a parody of HOGs. There is one scene that is hilarious: you are supposed to need a glass cutter and a suction device, to hold the glass after you cut it, in order to get some armor out of a glass display case.
Summary: I cannot remember a game with such low star ratings. I am downloading right now. I gave it three stars so the poor game would not feel too bad. Hope I can finish it in less than the hour. Bring on more great HO games with great graphics..you know like Sweeney Todd and the Puppet Master.
Summary: For: You can play it for free. Against: You have to play it in order to play it for free. Journey of Hope establishes a new baseline for crappy hidden object games. I will have to completely overhaul my criteria for evaluating this type of game.
Summary: No challenge to be found in this one. Extremely short and easy. Finished the game during the demo and still had 13 mins left on the clock. Basically a straight HOG using pictures of objects instead of lists. The puzzles were uninspiring.