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iPhoneAppCraver (Oct 17, 2008)
With great graphics, a neat story and a great sense of scenery, Everest: Hidden Expedition can keep you occupied for hours.
iPhoneModojo (Oct 16, 2008)
All told, it's hard to find fault with Everest: Hidden Expedition. Big Fish did a marvelous job designing a thoroughly entertaining app that looks great and is incredibly fun to play. And at .99, you'd be a fool not to cough up the dough. Download it and enjoy. Let's hope this isn't the last object finding game we see from this very talented company.
iPhoneiPhone Games Network (Oct 21, 2008)
This game is 99 cents. Need I say more? Ok fine. It is incredible on long trips, or other events where you need to kill some time. It’s extremely easy to play, but still challenging. I played this on a 2-hour flight, and before I knew it, we were landing! It’s a lot of fun, and you won’t be dissappointed… as long as finding hidden items in pictures is fun to you!
MacintoshGameZebo (Jun 19, 2008)
But if you can get past these minor annoyances, Hidden Expedition: Everest will delight and challenge casual game fans for many hours on end.
WindowsGameZebo (Jun 19, 2008)
But if you can get past these minor annoyances, Hidden Expedition: Everest will delight and challenge casual game fans for many hours on end.
iPhoneIGN (Oct 17, 2008)
For only a buck, this is a fantastic App Store purchase. It's a really fun time-killer that tests your patience and your ability to focus on small details. With a lot of levels and a fun storyline to follow at a good price, Big Fish Games is a developer that understands what gamers want. And that will take you to the top of the gaming mountain every time.
MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Jan 04, 2008)
Overall, HE: Everest is an interesting new puzzle game with some unique qualities that go a long way toward saving it from being just another casual game in a crowded field. Ed Viesturs and his mountaineering lore add a generous helping of distinctiveness that boosts it to a higher elevation.
WindowsAdventurespiele (Mar 11, 2009)
Nach "Hidden Expedition – Titanic" geht es mit "Hidden Expedition – Everest" vom Meeresboden aus hoch hinaus. Spieler besteigen jedoch nicht nur den Gipfel des Berges, sondern unternehmen eine abenteuerliche Reise durch die ganze Welt. Tolle Schauplätze in Italien, Peru etc. warten auf dich. Man muss nicht nur die gesuchten Gegenstände finden, sondern auch zahlreiche Puzzle zusammensetzen. Die Soundeffekte verändern sich je nach durchgeführter Aktion. Die Hintergrundmusik begleitet den Spieler auf seinem Weg. "Everest" ist das zweite Wimmelbild-Spiel der "Hidden Expedition" Serie. Uns hat es besser gefallen, als "Titanic", da mit den Puzzlespielen am Ende der Kapitel mehr Abwechslung hinein gebracht wurde. Das übliche Zeitlimit bei Wimmelbild-Spielen ist ein Everest auf eine interessante Weise umgesetzt worden. Fans der Gelegenheitsspiele werden jedoch sicherlich an beiden Expeditionen ihren Spaß haben.
iPhonePocket Gamer UK (Oct 14, 2008)
Plenty of polished features ensure Everest: Hidden Expedition is easy to use, yet that isn't enough for a compelling game. There's virtually no variety in gameplay across dozens of search scenes. You get hours of play, but it's the same from the first minute all the way to the last. Sure, the items differ but the fundamental gameplay remains unchanged. It's great for a distraction here and there, but the motives for embarking on this expedition for longer than a few minutes at a time are hidden to us.
iPhone148apps (Oct 30, 2008)
The game looks great, and from that standpoint is likely worth its purchase price. Once you get into it, the game can be a bit addictive. I couldn’t see myself playing this for long periods of time. Based on the range of objects (some descriptions were difficult to define), I couldn’t really identify the target audience.
WindowsPC Games (Germany) (Nov 26, 2008)
Manche Spiele rufen ernsthafte Zweifel an der geistigen Gesundheit ihrer Entwickler hervor. Hidden Expedition: Everest ist so ein Spiel. Sie suchen auf hässlichen 2D-Bildern Schneeschuhe, Pralinenschachteln und Möhren. Sinn des Ganzen? Keine Ahnung. Denn Hidden Experiment: Everest reiht lustlos über 30 Suchbilder aneinander.