Nov 29, 2012
More and more literary works seem to be getting the hidden object game treatment. We've had Jane Austen's Rogues and Romance, a game which saw two of her characters from Pride and Prejudice needing rescue after they became trapped in other novels. And romance legends Mills and Boon have also put their name to one, Harlequin Presents: Hidden Object of Desire. That's just the tip of the iceberg - there have been many others, including Passionfruit Games' Tiger Eye series, several Agatha Christie murder mysteries and even an interactive version of the story of castaway Robinson Crusoe.
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