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Reviews [Official mini review] Hidden Through Time [Nintendo Switch]

Discussion in 'Nintendo - Reviews' started by AutumnWolf, Mar 23, 2020.

  1. AutumnWolf

    AutumnWolf Forum Moderator
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    May 13, 2018
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    Hidden Through Time


    Review code provided by Crazy Monkey Studios


    Hidden Through Time is a hidden object game.

    You will travel through different eras, like the prehistoric era - looking for hidden objects.


    The game features hand-drawn assets and animations, a level editor, touchscreen support and online functionalities, you can share your own levels or play other people's levels.

    The level editor has many items at your disposal, you can rotate them and you can change on which layer they are placed.


    The levels can be as small or big as you want.

    The game is a bit challenging so you are given hints as to where objects are, how long the single-player mode is, depends on how fast you can find every item.

    I am honestly pretty bad at this kind of game so I came up with the idea to have all members of my family help me look for items, we also took turns finding items.


    You can also skip levels if you can't figure out where an item is, this requires you to have found a certain amount of items first, however.

    You can use both sticks to look around for items too.

    By the by, you may have heard of Crazy Monkey Studio before and that's because they are also the team behind Guns, Gore and Cannoli.

    it's interesting seeing them tackle a completely different game genre.


    What I liked:

    -Many items to make your own levels

    -Relaxing gameplay

    -Beautiful hand-drawn assets and animations

    -Anyone can play the game, even your grandma


    -The level variety is pretty good

    -The Music is pretty sweat and relaxing

    -You can download other people's levels, if you finish the single-player mode you can hop on the online mode and download a few levels

    -The game is relaxing and you can play it whenever you want

    -You can play it with friends and family

    What I didn't like:

    -It's hard to make levels without using the touch-screen

    -Learning how to use the editor is a bit hard

    -There's a grid on the level editor, but items you place don't "snap" in place, this may seem like a good thing as it gives you more freedom to place items anywhere, I, however, find that placing items and having the level look good is hard because of this


    Graphics: 8/10 Very good
    Difficulty: 9/10 The difficulty is on-point and you can skip levels if you find them to be too hard
    Lasting appeal: 9/10
    Music: 7/10 good and relaxing but it may be a little repetitive

    Overall: 8/10 (Not an average)
    I enjoyed my time with this game​
    #1 AutumnWolf, Mar 23, 2020
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2020
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