Hidden Wonders of the Depths
Hidden Wonders of the Depths may be the
hit G5 Entertainment has been looking for. It is definitely more upbeat
and positive than many of their hidden object games. The shifting of the
game play helps to keep this puzzle game fresh. We slide tiles to match
three, we tap where three or more are present, and we play a memory
Hidden Wonders of the Depths is the sum of multiple different parts. Which is a really good thing in my opinion. We are building underwater objects for someone in Hidden Wonders of the Depths by completing the levels. Which means there can be an addiction factor to this iPad game.
The biggest issue I can see with Hidden Wonders of the Depths is the partial nudity. There are statues, and characters in this puzzle game wearing very little clothing. I could not find an option to clothe them in a way that supports modesty and decency. This is the one issue that holds Hidden Wonders of the Depths back from being a monumental success.
The music in Hidden Wonders of the Depths is soothing, relaxing, and very mellow. It encouraged me to do my best, but I never felt rushed. It does let you know when that timer is getting low. The objects that can be interacted with will shake around in most of the game levels.
The crab marching levels are some of the best in this game for me. They made me think about clearing the path for the crab so he could get to the treasure chest. The new magic rotational and shifting levels were my least favorite. Thankfully the new magic levels can be skipped.
Family Friendly Factor: 67%
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘4+' - 4+
Company provided this product
Want more info on this
or the company that made this product?
Set web browser to:
Got a question, comment, or a concern regarding this review?
Email them to: