For me, hidden object games are one of the most uninteresting genres of games out there. For reasons that I don’t understand, the activity of spotting objects in a scene just makes me feel as a dumb zombie and it’s something that doesn’t stimulate the part of the brain that I would like to use when playing. I also consider the graphics of many hidden object games quite cheap…
Haha. Actually that sounds a bit like the TV series they did over here - I seem to remember that having animations in it. I remember pressing my face against the TV trying to find Wally/Waldo/Dildo during the timed puzzles.
I think his girlfriend was called Wanda in the UK. Or Wendy. I could look it up but that’s cheating.
I don’t typically play these kind of games, but I just purchased Hidden Folks for my iPad and my wife and I started playing (on different iPads simultaneously). We love it! It’s very well done and very, very funny.
Hidden Folks is a great game, even on a small iPhone 5s screen. The first time I played it, I rushed trough it within a few days. My second playthrough takes already longer. I still recommend it. However, I can imagine it must be more fun on an iPad.