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I have not played a hidden object game in some time. Not since those annoying iOS games from G5 Entertainment which were just ports from the Personal Computer. The Hidden Dragon is a Personal Computer game. I wonder if it will port over to the iOS platform. Family Friendly Gaming was provided a digital download code for The Hidden Dragon on Steam.

I enjoy relaxing hidden object games that let me click all over the screen. The Hidden Dragon discourages that behavior and punishes the player for doing so. There are seventy-two levels in The Hidden Dragon. Players must find eight objects per screen. There are either words or shape outlines to help the player find the objects. A basic reading ability is needed to successfully play The Hidden Dragon.

Normally I take my time with a hidden object game. The Hidden Dragon discourages this patient approach. Players must be fast in The Hidden Dragon. They must quickly find the objects. Why? The only way to unlock the next level is to get at least one star in the current level. I would do really well and get no stars in some levels of The Hidden Dragon. Which was a real downer for me.

There is a hint button in The Hidden Dragon that takes one full minute to recharge. If you get stuck and can not find the last item I encourage families to use it. I did not find an option to make The Hidden Dragon easier. It would have been nice to adjust the timer and/or scoring. I found if I kept doing levels over and over again I eventually got better. I also had to help our youngest son play The Hidden Dragon since he was not sure what some of the words meant.

I like the graphics in The Hidden Dragon. I also like the music. The words were easier levels for me than the outline shadows. Especially when the shadow outline was turned in a different direction. I enjoyed playing The Hidden Dragon on the Personal Computer. This is a different kind of a hidden object game that I am used to. It is nice to play something different from time to time.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 85%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Ensenasoft
Developer: Ensenasoft
'NR' - Not Rated

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