Hidden Secrets: The Nightmare
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  • I found the mini-games to be rather easy in the beginning, but some of them can be tricky

    • by Mystic
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      When I first started playing Hidden Secrets: the Nightmare, I wasn’t expecting much from it. I probably never would’ve played it in the first place, but I had broken some bones in my foot and was stuck in a chair for most of the time for a few weeks. I started the game with low expectations, but I became absorbed in the game play very quickly.

      Hidden Secrets: the Nightmare is a point and click adventure game from Gogii games. In Hidden Secrets, you play as Flora Dale, a woman who wins the lottery


      only to end up taking a tumble down a flight of stairs. Once in the hospital, Flora falls into a coma, and you must help her navigate her memories to discover her attacker.

      The game is divided into 20 scenes, each of which includes a level of finding and combining objects to give Flora a clue, and one or two mini-games. Each scene has a time limit, usually a half hour. If a mini-game is too hard, you have the option of skipping it, but you only get 2 skips for the entire game. I ...


      • found the mini-games to be rather easy in the beginning, but some of them can be tricky. Once you’ve completed a mini-game, you can select it from the main menu and play it again. The mini-games are pretty generic; the same kind you’d find in most other games of this type. Some of them have definite replay value, though.

        The graphics are great, which makes finding items a real pleasure. Some of the locations were wonderfully spooky, adding to the overall appeal of the game. Even the graphic in the opening screen - a

        young woman sitting alone on a small floating chunk of earth - sets the tone immediately.

        While I liked the game play, I found the plot to be very predictable, to the point where I started to find it annoying. At first, I was very engrossed in the game, but toward the end I really was just playing it to pass the time. It doesn’t even do a good job of that - it took me a few hours to complete the entire game. Still, as a casual game it has it’s merits.




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