Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3

Prepare for the final chapter of Alice’s exciting adventures! Your journey will take you through picturesque fairytale locations with challenging hidden object and match three puzzles. Help this amateur witch dispel the curse of prince Florian by reuniting him with his betrothed – Snow White. And finally, exact vengeance on the evil witch Circe, responsible for the curses, once and for all!

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Hiddenverse: Witch’s Tales 2

One review mentioned that the developers needed spellcheck. More please!! But the building is so obscure that essentially they are asking us to read their minds as to what they thought the solution should be. They do seem to be getting really easy lately, but you can always switch to the Hard Times I wonder if they thought that title thru? That's fine, but then they have the situations where there are no matching objects and you can skip to the next selection of two cards. As you complete the Mansion upgrades, you are rewarded with Puzzle Pieces. The artwork is great and the puzzles are fine - that is why I am give two stars. One reason I like this series so much is that I really like clutter-style games and Hiddenverse offers other things along the way - not just clutter. Lots of fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iou from Thank You!!! And, I hate the levels that ask you to put two things together to find a third. All in all - not recommended because the designers have hot paid attention to the games being engaging and have more or less rehashed previously released games. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by JulieDragon from Fun clutter game I'm terrible at these sorts of matching games, so I really appreciate being able to adjust the difficulty level whenever I need to do so.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by JulieDragon from Fun clutter game I'm terrible at these sorts of matching games, so I really appreciate being able to adjust the difficulty level whenever I need to do so. The Challenge levels have returned, after playing four Clutter Levels, the 5th Level allows you to play a multi-game level. The graphics could be a little less bland, and the objects a tad smaller to make it more challenging, but it's still fun and relaxing. I found it fun at first, but after some rounds, I found the same objects used over and over. The artwork is great and the puzzles are fine - that is why I am give two stars. The rounds where you sort through two different piles are an old favorite. I liked that there are new items to find. Instead of becoming frustrating the games stays fun to play. This is very distracting because you can't proceed without solving them - there is no skip. You will need to earn all Puzzle pieces and the puzzle must be assembled before you can progress to the next Chapter, so you don't really have a choice when it comes to upgrading the Mansion, but I actually liked this feature. Combining two objects to make a new one was interesting and different. They have a new one where you have to "build" specified objects. But, the editing of the game sucks. I especially love games we can renovate and decorate. Challenging to figure out what two things combine to form the answer to quizzes.


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Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3 of the items you buy require upgrades to complete, others require a Gods vs Humans purchase. Hiddengerse: liked that there are new items to find. Can be glitchy but restarting always solved the Asamis Sushi Shop. I really enjoy these Hiddenverses. Hiddenversw: published: Rated 5 out of 5 by n7sg from Colorful variety and amusing fun I just spent several hours playing this game. The rounds where you sort through two different piles are an old favorite. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 Hiddehverse: Wonderful! They have added Battle Modes where you have to make matches faster than your opponent, a Battle Mode on Cards where you make a match of the single item on the left card that matches the object on the middle card before your opponent finds and matches the single object on his right side card with the object in the middle card you share. The card flip and match rounds were challenging. The object of this game is to remove items from a heaping pile of junk, but the styles change with each level. Date Hiddenverse: Rated 5 out of 5 by iou from Thank You!!! Something I found frustrating was that the Alices Magical Mahjong games closed before I Hiddenversse: see the final solution. There are also Related Pairs, choosing the item that doesn't have the same color or pictured item as shown, and Listed Items that are removed in pairs.

I haven't seen any misspelled words yet. But, the editing of the game sucks. They have added Battle Modes where you have to make matches faster than your opponent, a Battle Mode on Cards where you make a match of the single item on the left card that matches the object on the middle card before your opponent finds and matches the single object on his right side card with the object in the middle card you share. This is very distracting because you can't proceed without solving them - there is no skip. This particular Hiddenverse installment is more of a magical storyline as as always, offers a restoration area to be built up with points earned. I've only played the demo portion of the game, but I found that there was plenty of time allotted in the Normal Mode. Relaxing and lots of fun!! I got bored and gave up. Combining two objects to make a new one was interesting and different. More please!! This one doesn't disappoint. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Wonderful! Some of the items you buy require upgrades to complete, others require a single purchase. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by JulieDragon from Fun clutter game I'm terrible at these sorts of matching games, so I really appreciate being able to adjust the difficulty level whenever I need to do so. They have another puzzle where there are two cards and you are supposed to find the one common item.

I've only played the demo portion of the game, but I found that there was plenty of time allotted in the Normal Mode. Can be glitchy but restarting always solved the problem. That's fine, but then they have the situations where there are no matching objects and you can skip to the next selection Hkddenverse: two cards. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iou from Thank You!!! The problem is that while I applaud them for trying Farm Fables: Strategy Enhanced puzzles, they don't seem to have tested them on actual players. I really enjoy these Hiddenverses.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Highly Addictive I really love this series! Lots of fun. This is very tedious because sometimes you have to skip 3 or 4 sets before there is one for a match. But the building is so obscure that essentially they are asking us to read their minds as to what they thought the solution should be. I'll be playing this game over and over again. The graphics could be a little less bland, and the objects a tad smaller to make it more challenging, but it's still fun and relaxing. My least favorite were the rounds where you had to find the object that was different from all the others - but that's just me. There are several newer styles available such as finding objects that match Silhouetted Shapes and Silhouetted Shape finds in multiple's to fill the shapes Triple or Double Matches that constantly move around and a clever level that shows two Cards at a time and you must select the only item that is shown on each card and levels where you find the one item on both cards that have 1 black and 1 white identical object or Dynamite which will explode when you click on it, which reshuffles all the clutter, this can help sometimes, other times it just buries items you need. Who would guess that a dress and a scepter make the Queen playing card? There are also Related Pairs, choosing the item that doesn't have the same color or pictured item as shown, and Listed Items that are removed in pairs. That's been described as irritating or hilarious - but no matter what your reaction is, the game is still terrific. Some of the items you buy require upgrades to complete, others require a single purchase.

12 thoughts on “Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3

  1. I especially love games we can renovate and decorate. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from I really enjoy the Hiddenverse series I own several of the Hiddenverse games and really enjoy all of them so I was very happy to see a new one offered today. Two letters were correct. There are also Related Pairs, choosing the item that doesn't have the same color or pictured item as shown, and Listed Items that are removed in pairs.

  2. The graphics could be a little less bland, and the objects a tad smaller to make it more challenging, but it's still fun and relaxing. I'll be playing this game over and over again. They have added Battle Modes where you have to make matches faster than your opponent, a Battle Mode on Cards where you make a match of the single item on the left card that matches the object on the middle card before your opponent finds and matches the single object on his right side card with the object in the middle card you share.

  3. That's been described as irritating or hilarious - but no matter what your reaction is, the game is still terrific. Can be glitchy but restarting always solved the problem. And, I hate the levels that ask you to put two things together to find a third. I especially love games we can renovate and decorate. They have another puzzle where there are two cards and you are supposed to find the one common item.

  4. My least favorite were the rounds where you had to find the object that was different from all the others - but that's just me. But the building is so obscure that essentially they are asking us to read their minds as to what they thought the solution should be. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Highly Addictive I really love this series!

  5. Challenging to figure out what two things combine to form the answer to quizzes. The graphics could be a little less bland, and the objects a tad smaller to make it more challenging, but it's still fun and relaxing. I would have liked there to have been some of the star games like in the first game, where you twist and turn the star cluster til it makes a shape. Combining two objects to make a new one was interesting and different. The object of this game is to remove items from a heaping pile of junk, but the styles change with each level.

  6. I love the Hiddenverse series and I did purchase this game before trying the demo because they are always fun to play, and I think the storylines are pretty good too. After 10 Hiddenverse games, and several other releases, you'd think Shaman Games would invest in a Spellcheck program, or at least invest in an English speaking beta tester because there are so many spelling and grammar mistakes right from the start! Don't have a clue why anyone would find this series difficult!! You can play these challenges in any order, and you can replay them as often as you want, and each time the variations are slightly different which includes a Mini-Game such as a "Pipes" variation rotate pipes to make a continuous path from point A to B A Pair Match game where you flip over 2 cards at a time to try to find Matching Pairs and a Match 3 game with various strengths of Bombs and TNT earned on the board for making large matches of 4 or more. I found it fun at first, but after some rounds, I found the same objects used over and over.

  7. Date published: One review mentioned that the developers needed spellcheck. They have added Battle Modes where you have to make matches faster than your opponent, a Battle Mode on Cards where you make a match of the single item on the left card that matches the object on the middle card before your opponent finds and matches the single object on his right side card with the object in the middle card you share. The graphics are clear and appealing; the theme is fun and music is great. Who would guess that a dress and a scepter make the Queen playing card?

  8. They do seem to be getting really easy lately, but you can always switch to the Hard Times I wonder if they thought that title thru? They have another puzzle where there are two cards and you are supposed to find the one common item. It contained old favorites along with new.

  9. Thank you for my newest favorite. I found it fun at first, but after some rounds, I found the same objects used over and over. Challenging to figure out what two things combine to form the answer to quizzes.

  10. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Wonderful! I like all the Hiddenverse series. I haven't seen any misspelled words yet. The object of this game is to remove items from a heaping pile of junk, but the styles change with each level. Same beautiful graphics.

  11. Hiddenverse is my favorite series for relaxing games. I'm in it for the games. One reason I like this series so much is that I really like clutter-style games and Hiddenverse offers other things along the way - not just clutter.

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