Hidden World of Art

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Help Lana the painter to restore the masterpieces of art.


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  • Meridian93
  • 9/5/2013
  • English
This atmospheric game will give you the unique opportunity to feel yourself as
a painter-restorer. Together with the beginner painter Lana Vassari, you will
have to restore about fifty famous paintings. Look for the spare objects on
the paintings of the art masters of 15-19 centuries. Touch the art without
leaving your house.
  • Splendid graphics
  • 5 different regimes of the game (search)
  • The paintings of famous artists are used.
  • About 50 levels


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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM128 MB
Drive Space70 MB
Video RAM16 MB
Video CardAny

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  1. Hidden World of Art.
    by Crafty Lady, USA - Sep 26th 2014

    As an artist and art history buff, I find this game very interesting.

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  2. Hidden World of Art
    by Atarria, - Sep 22nd 2013

    I played through the demo. There are better hidden object puzzles. My main complaint is with the poor quality of the images they look like fuzzy photos from books.

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  3. Bad implementation of a Hidden object game
    by Captain Skurvy, Australia - Sep 6th 2013

    Who ever wrote the story and text for this game their native language was obviously not English and it has been translated literally but not with a good understanding of the English language or the writers grasp of grammar & English is somewhat unique

    There appears to be only one play mode most games or this type have at least two.

    Objects are distorted and hidden in dark areas or the description is wrong for example a clock is not a watch ( this sadly happens in even the better games e.g. a coat hanger is not a hat rack). I believe this happens because the programmers etc either are not familiar with the objects or their native language is not their native tongue of the country its being sold in - not that that should matter as long as problems are picked up & corrected during translation.

    Pity this game could have had potential if your into this sort of game

    There are so many Hidden object games out there, many under other guises eg Adventure, that this one can be safely passed over unless your mad about art and love being frustrated.

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