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Hidden Through Time

Do you want to look for hidden objects throughout time? If so, you may be interested in today’s review: Hidden Through Time for the Nintendo Switch!

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Hidden Through Time is a hidden object game. If you’ve ever heard of Where’s Waldo? you’ll have the basic idea of what Hidden Through Time is!

It isn’t just one object that you have to find in Hidden Through Time though. Each level has its own set of items to find. As you progress through the game, the levels get harder. More objects are added to block your view of the objects you need to find. Some of the levels in Hidden Through Time are pretty challenging.

If you need a change of pace, you can actually make your own hidden object levels thanks to the game’s map maker. The editor isn’t as good as something like Super Mario Maker, but you can make some neat maps with it.

Best of all, though, is that you can share your map online and you can also download maps that other people have made. Hidden Through Time could possibly have an unlimited amount of content depending on how many people make maps and put them online.

Hidden Through Time’s controls meanwhile are a mixed bag. There are touch screen controls but they are not very precise. I recommend using the analog/button controls for everything, including the map maker. The zoom button is especially handy when searching for items.

Graphically, Hidden Through Time looks more like a picture book than a regular game. Some objects do move slightly and almost every object you touch makes some sort of sound. I really like the look of this game. Its pretty neat.

The hidden object gameplay of Hidden Trough Time might not appeal to everyone but those who like finding stuff will enjoy this game. There is a lot of content to be found here!

Hidden Through Time gets an 8.0 out of 10.

A digital code was provided for this game. Hidden Through Time will be available tomorrow (3/12) on the Nintendo Switch eshop.

 

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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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