Ein seltsames, obsidianisches Artefakt führt Miranda auf die Suche nach 'The Hidden World - Die verborgene Welt', eine verschollen geglaubten Land voller Legenden.
Nutzerreviews: Größtenteils positiv (38 Reviews) - 76% der 38 Nutzerreviews für dieses Spiel sind positiv.
Veröffentlichung: 23. Sep. 2011

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Beinhaltet: The Clockwork Man und The Clockwork Man: The Hidden World


Über dieses Spiel

Bereiten Sie sich auf eine fantastische Reise in dem einzigartigen Abenteuer The Clockwork Man: The Hidden World vor! Begleiten Sie Miranda und ihren besten Freund Sprocket bei ihrer Reise durch ein viktorianisches Paralleluniversum, wo Wasserdampf die Technik antreibt.

Ein geheimnisvolles Artefakt führt Miranda auf eine Suche nach der Hidden World, einem Land, welches in der Zeit verloren ist und nur flüchtig von Legenden erwähnt wird. Gewappnet mit einem nicht enden wollenden Wissensdurst begibt sich Miranda auf eine Reise - allerdings ist sie nicht alleine! Eine unbekannte Bedrohung ist ihr auf den Fersen und gibt alles in ihrer Macht dafür, die Legende zu ihrem eigenen Nutzen zu entdecken.


  • Erkunden Sie atemberaubende scroll- und zoombare handgezeichnete Szenen!
  • Lösen Sie innovative und aufregende Rätsel!
  • Wenden Sie Sprockets verbesserte Gadgets an, einschließlich eines fortschrittlichen Hinweissystems!
  • Interagieren Sie mit farbenprächtigen Charakteren, um mit Ihrer Aufgabe voranzukommen.
  • Genießen Sie etliche Stunden Spielzeit, doppelt so viel wie im ersten Spiel.

Ultimate Edition Extras

  • Ein zusätzliches Unterwasser-Kapitel!
  • Ein zusätzliches Gadget für Sprocket: Das Sonar
  • Ein Offener Modus bietet unzähligen Stunden Such-und-Find-Spaß


Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: 2.0 GHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 1024 MB oder mehr
    • Festplatte: 260 MB
    • Grafikkarte: DirectX 8.0 kompatible Grafikkarte oder höher
    • DirectX®: 8.0
    • Betriebssystem: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder besser.
    • Prozessor: 2.0 GHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 1024 MB oder mehr
    • Festplatte: 270 MB
    • OS: 32-bit Ubuntu 6+ or Fedora 6 / Open Suse 10.2 / Mandriva 2007 (Kernel 2.6, GLIB 2.4, GTK 2)
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB
    • Hard Drive: 270 ΜΒ
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1 von 1 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Juni
This sequel to The Clockwork Man is a significant improvement. It has more and much better puzzles, and a bit of old-fashioned point-and-click adventuring.

The name, by the way, makes no sense, because there is no clockwork man: he was destroyed in the first episode.

I'll copy-and-paste some things from my review of the previous episode, because they are all relevant here:

Some hidden-object scenes are innovative, in that they involve zooming (dumb) or scrolling (cool). Otherwise, they are of moderate difficulty, and sometimes not quite fair.

Another innovation is in the hint system, which involves constantly upgrading your robot helper. But ... the whole point of playing such games is to avoid the hints and enjoy the hidden-object scenes! I never used the robot, so this innovation was lost on me.

I'd like to thank the developer for supporting Linux, but unfortunately the Linux port isn't good. I could not activate fullscreen mode (though at least I could maximize the window) and could never quite get the sound levels right. (The default sound level has the music as loud as the voice acting, which makes it impossible to hear what people are saying.) The game seems to be have been developed in Flash -- which I don't mind, as long as the final result works. As it stands, it's all a bit sluggish and buggy (I have a very powerful PC, so hardware is not the issue).
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Januar
This is a review for both "Clockwork Man" and "Clockwork Man: The Hidden World" since I played them back to back and they share the same lead character. Actually, I've played both these games many times on a different PC before I got into Steam. So my playtimes you see for each will probably be less than a normal playthrough since I can whiz through the games by now. We'll start with game #1:

- Nice graphics and good character designs. The main girl, Miranda (YAY, she has my name!), is quite lovely.
- The voice acting is also good, for the most part. I really like who they chose for Miranda. Some of the others can be a bit cheesy but it is amusing rather than irritating.
- Interesting story.
- Both games have a very neat hidden object feature. Scrolling and zooming. Not every scene but many allow you to move around the area. Some items are sneakily hidden behind others but just one click to the left or right will reveal them.
- Both games also have an interesting hint system. You travel around with a little robot man and he'll help you locate those tough to find objects. He starts out with the ability to just tell you where a random something is. Then a little into the story, he learns how to give you an item's silhouette (which is the hint I prefer if I'm stuck). Further in the story, he gets other abilities. Like briefly highlighting each metal object on your HO list.
- In both games, the music isn't spectacular but it's pleasant to listen to. Actually, in #2 there are a couple places with very lovely melodies.
- When you beat each game, Freeplay opens up. This gives you random hidden object areas. Good for if you're in that "I have a craving to find stuff" mood.

- Neither game is connected to Steam while you're playing. So you won't be able to chat with friends or take steam screenshots.
- Unfortunately, both games have issues when it comes to clicking on items. You'll find you need to be very precise and occasionally you'll need to click more than once or try clicking on a different part of the object. It doesn't happen TOO often or else I wouldn't be able to recommend these games.
- Both games are short. Boo.

Now I'll list the differences in Clockwork Man: The Hidden World:

- The length is longer. Because of the higher difficulty, possibly much longer.
- This game has a journal where Miranda records her adventures and anything of note. You WILL need to use this journal to solve quite a few puzzles.
- There are many more puzzles in #2 and some of them are downright devious. There are no skip options either. Also, it's easy to miss things that you need in some scenes so you might get stuck for awhile. I love this game but it IS a bit aggravating sometimes. Those who enjoy a challenge will have fun. :D
- The story has no tie-ins with the first game. The Hidden World's plot is much more involved than #1 and, in my opinion, fascinating.
- The voice acting, again in my opinion, is better than the first game. (Miranda is still the same, which is good!)
- Maybe it's my imagination but it seems the graphics are better in #2, though I'm pretty sure they used the same game engine.
- When you finish the game, you can rewatch any of the cutscenes.

So in closing, I really enjoy both these games so I'm definitely recommending them to hidden object and puzzle fans. But, because of their short length, you should wait and grab them when they're on sale.

Important Note! The games might not load up for you, which is an issue I had. Right click on the Clockwork Man title, click on Properties, click on Local Files, click on Browse Local Files (which will bring up your program files for the games), right click on the Clockwork Man title again, click on Troubleshoot Compatibility, and finally click on Try recommended settings. I did that for each game and then they worked just fine.
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10 von 12 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. November 2013
The Hidden World continues the story of Miranda Calomy and her clockwork-friend, Sprocket. Like its predecessor, the basic goal is to search a series of beautifully drawn scenes to find a bunch of hidden objects. However, the sequel increases the scope of the original, both in length and gameplay. Where the first game lasted maybe 2-3 hours, this one seemed a bit longer (maybe around 3-4 hours, depending on how slowly you take things). The interface and quality of the puzzles have also improved as well. This time, the puzzles are much more involved, and actually require some real thought at times! Amazing, I know. It's a nice improvement. However, with that change, one positive trait of the first game is now lost - the sequel is no longer kid friendly. Thinking back on it, there are probably a couple of puzzles in here that younger kids wouldn't be able to solve on their own (one involving classic works of literature springs to mind), and most of the puzzles are at least a bit more difficult overall. So, while the hidden-object scenes are still great for kids, they might need help with some of the puzzles that connect them. If you enjoy hidden-object games and are looking to fill a few hours with (mostly) mindless, casual fun, you'll probably like this. Again, my only issue against recommending this fully (assuming you like the genre), would be the price. I feel like it's on the higher end for what you get, even considering the potentially "endless" replay of randomized scenes. So, just take that into consideration when considering a purchase, or maybe wait for a sale. Otherwise, as with the first game, if you don't care for mindless hidden-picture games or puzzles, move along, there's nothing to see here.
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9 von 14 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
6.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Juli 2014
The hidden world is a good name, this puzzle game should be hidden so it never sees the light of day. Like the last game, this game suffers from low resolution objects, objects that are a few pixels in size, and objects where clicking right on them may be a futile effort. Playing this game is similar to being locked out of your house while drunk take all your keys off your keyring throwing them wildly about then attempting to find and pick up your door key with your elbows.
The voice acting is very good, but the story isnt enough to keep anyone playing, in fact this game is good at putting you to sleep. Puzzles due to the low resolution, and being finicky, are just so tiring to complete making the game experience feel labored without satisfaction. There is no way to skip puzzles or solutions, or hints, or a guide in this game which can lead players stuck unable to finish the game.

Rating: 1/10 Value: $0.50
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Juni 2014
What a lovely game!

A prematurely silver 21-year-old engineer named Miranada repeatedly and politely puts down any sexism against her from the male characters with her competence and confidence.

There's an adorable robot.

There's an adorable squirrel. The interactions with the squirrel made me nostalgic for the Ken and Roberta Williams days of the old Sierra King's Quest games. Very clever; great attention to detail.

The art is beautiful.

The puzzles are interesting and engaging.

For a Hidden Object Game, the plot is absolutely spectacular and the characters are rich and entertaining.

Great casual, low stress game for next time you're stuck in bed sick for the day.
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