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I’ve become a huge fan of hidden object games, and I like the trend towards making them feel more like adventure games. I’ve played quite a few of the offerings on my iPod Touch, and Treasure Seekers II is on the top of the list in terms of keeping my attention until the end. While not overly deep, the story was certainly compelling. There was a nice balance between hidden object seeking, object based puzzles and mini-games. The graphics were polished, and the sound was decent enough. It suffered from the same ills that most every hidden object game does, but by now I’ve gotten used to that. Overall I’d say this hunt for the Philosopher’s Stone is definitely worth taking.
With boatloads of constantly evolving and changing content, as well as a pleasing auditory and visual experience, Treasure Seekers II is a solid pick, especially for fans of the genre. The $4.99 price tag might turn a few people off, but it’s pretty easy to tell the difference between this and a $0.99 app, especially with the length of the story. Don’t wait too long, Tom needs your help!
Treasure Seekers 2: The Enchanted Canvases isn’t exactly a long game, but it’s a decent-sized offering chock full of puzzle-solving, item-scavenging fun with a good heft of exploration to sate any adventure’s appetite. It’s detailed, colorful, and challenging at times, offering help when needed and even Facebook updates to tell your friends how far you’ve come. Those with less-than-perfect eyesight will most likely want to opt for the larger-screened iPad or even PC version, however, as certain items were tough to see on the smaller iPhone screen. For the price, it’s a fantastic on-the-go adventure for fans of this genre, and possible some non-gamers too. If you’ve got any one of Apple’s iOS playing devices and find yourself seeking a fun little mobile adventure you’d do well to pick this little gem up.