Al Emmos Postcards from Anozira

The Mayor of Anozira wants to breathe some new life into his city and he needs your help! Help Al Emmo and the locals bring tourists to Anozira! Explore the town and learn about the local stops and interesting areas as you use your Hidden Object skills to attract new people to the area and help local business survive.


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You can earn more hints by finding coins in the HOGs. This was not a really bad game A, not a good game. Good thing is on the next level, if you find Al Emmo's coins, you can get them back. And these items are in a mish mash of what looks like hundreds of other items. Each level has a timer, there are hidden tokens in each scene Ankzira listed, some are extra time, some extra points, as well as extra hints. The graphics. All in all, I cannot recommend this one unless you like to be frustrated. Nice Ankzira and music, but all in all I would't buy this game. The hidden object scenes are a joke. You are given 4 hints, which are used up very quickly. The game can be played either timed or not. There is not much dioalogue other than this. A Hispanic female Stone Jong 4 men Australian barkeeper, Mayor, an American Indian who sounded mentally impaired and a banker? It's an HOG

You get to choose from 5 different characters as your avatar, anything from the Mayor to the bartender and each character comes with a brief description. I played it timed and had to use several tokens see below to finish the HOS. Glad I played in relaxed mode 'cause never would have made it in timed. I found it to be quite an enjoyable and entertaining game. Have fun! Puzzles between levels are what caused my downfall. And the fact that the mini puzzles weren't that hard and were repetitious may make you think twice about getting this game. First one is a jigsaw which is fine because I love jigsaws. You get to choose from 5 different characters as your avatar, anything from the Mayor to the bartender and each character comes with a brief description. Cute play on words throughout the game that added to my enjoyment. Who picked the voices for this group of people? You are given 4 hints, which are used up very quickly. Rated 5 out of 5 by saraclancy from Great game. I never ran out of time on a HOS I used a skip token instead so I don't know what happens if you run out of time there.

Did you figure out that Al Emmo's name, when said quickly, is Alamo? You uninstall it like I did. The mini games are childish, at best. You are given 4 hints, which are used Travel To France very quickly. If you use all your token hints, you can't get anymore in that HOS; you must finish or skip that one and go to another to collect the tokens. There is not much dioalogue other than this. Makes me shutter. Everyone is told to go through the town and come back with ideas.


For instance, a "cone" is a traffic cone but could also be a pine cone. What are you supposed to do when you have no more hints and are stuck trying to find a HO? All in all, I cannot recommend this one unless you like to be frustrated. Did you figure out that Al Emmo's name, when said quickly, is Alamo? The mini games are childish, at best. I chose the Mayor as my character and his voiceover was right on. And the fact that the mini puzzles weren't that hard and were repetitious may make you think twice about getting this game. There are 29 postcards to collect obviously, 1 for each stop you make on the map to "win" the game. There is a hint button but you are relegated to only 4 hints. There is not much dioalogue other than this. A nominated person from the above group describes various aspects of the town as he collects the post cards. If you run out of time, on the puzzles, you have to start over. At the beginning of the game, I had no problem collecting the maximum number of hints and time tokens and having them in reserve. You uninstall it like I did. If only the rest of the game was in par with the graphics I would have jumped at the chance to buy it.

A Hispanic female and 4 men Australian barkeeper, Mayor, an American Indian who sounded mentally impaired and a banker? But that is the object of a HOG. There are 29 postcards to collect obviously, 1 for each stop you make on the map to "win" the game. Items are so small or immensely huge AND mis-named. As you play the scenes, you must find tokens that give you extra points, allow you a hint or add time to the clock. HO's were a little difficult to find but not impossible and I didn't have to use ALL the hints just most of them. If you run out of time, on the puzzles, you have to start over. Each level has a timer, there are hidden tokens in each scene not listed, some are extra time, some extra points, as well as extra hints. You can also find time tokens for adding more time and also skip tokens. Some items are extremely small and others are very well hidden in the background. The problem with this game is that the hidden objects are out of proportion either too small or too large, the items are spewn about the scene and they aren't even items that would have been around in that time period. I hate a game that is mostly HOs and you only get a few hints and the objects are way too difficult to find. The graphics. The problem with this game is that the hidden objects are out of proportion either too small or too large, the items are spewn about the scene and they aren't even items that would have been around in that time period. Glad I played in relaxed mode 'cause never would have made it in timed.

Cute play on words throughout the game that added to my enjoyment. I detest games where you have to earn hints. The "story" behind the game is that a group of 5 people are trying to figure out ways to increase tourism to Anozira. This was not a really bad game just not a good game. There is a hint button but you are relegated to only 4 hints. If only the rest of the game was in par with the graphics I would have jumped at the chance to buy it. Hence, the 2nd star. I played it timed and had to use several tokens see below to finish the HOS. You can earn more hints by finding coins in the HOGs. I am now going to look for low reviews, this game is super great. I played it timed and had to use several tokens see below to finish the HOS. No skip button that I could see or I might still be playing.

12 thoughts on “Al Emmos Postcards from Anozira

  1. The HOs are mostly impossible to find. Everyone is told to go through the town and come back with ideas. It does get monotonous as the format is the same throughout the game; HOS then fairly easy mini puzzles of about only 3 or 4 types; straight puzzle, rotate and move puzzle, find the differences and moving pieces about with one blank space to reproduce the picture. Enjoyed very much, a nice challenge, not for kids as its kind of difficult. I detest games where you have to earn hints.

  2. Second one, however, was one of those slide type and I am not a fan of those at all and that is where I quit. There is a hint button but you are relegated to only 4 hints. Good thing is on the next level, if you find Al Emmo's coins, you can get them back. This game has a good concept but poor delivery.

  3. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by campingramps from They fell short on this one Can we say annoying characters? Glad I played in relaxed mode 'cause never would have made it in timed. I detest games where you have to earn hints. Have fun! It does get monotonous as the format is the same throughout the game; HOS then fairly easy mini puzzles of about only 3 or 4 types; straight puzzle, rotate and move puzzle, find the differences and moving pieces about with one blank space to reproduce the picture.

  4. You get to choose from 5 different characters as your avatar, anything from the Mayor to the bartender and each character comes with a brief description. And these items are in a mish mash of what looks like hundreds of other items. I wonder if the other characters will come up with the same idea.

  5. But play the demo and decide for yourself. Cute play on words throughout the game that added to my enjoyment. For instance, a "cone" is a traffic cone but could also be a pine cone.

  6. Makes me shutter. Hence, the 2nd star. You can earn more hints by finding coins in the HOGs. I never ran out of time on a HOS I used a skip token instead so I don't know what happens if you run out of time there.

  7. For instance, a "cone" is a traffic cone but could also be a pine cone. If the items are easy to find, it gets boring. HO's were a little difficult to find but not impossible and I didn't have to use ALL the hints just most of them. After each HOS there are simple puzzles to complete such as jigsaw and sliding puzzles.

  8. As you play the scenes, you must find tokens that give you extra points, allow you a hint or add time to the clock. Now, the ONLY good thing about the game. This game could have been cute and enjoyable if not for the above complaints.

  9. If the items are easy to find, it gets boring. The game can be played either timed or not. But play the demo and decide for yourself.

  10. I haven't tried it yet, but I think I could go back and play 4 more games using the other characters. You get to choose from 5 different characters as your avatar, anything from the Mayor to the bartender and each character comes with a brief description. Cute play on words throughout the game that added to my enjoyment. But that is the object of a HOG. The last type of puzzle was the hardest for me.

  11. You uninstall it like I did. Jigsaw puzzles 13 pieces? The problem with this game is that the hidden objects are out of proportion either too small or too large, the items are spewn about the scene and they aren't even items that would have been around in that time period.

  12. This was not a really bad game just not a good game. Who picked the voices for this group of people? Some items are extremely small and others are very well hidden in the background. Rated 5 out of 5 by saraclancy from Great game.

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