Look, we are simple folk.
When I say "we", I mean of course my brethren, the Hidden Object Game people (or "hog people" for short).
We don't ask for much, just pretty-ish environments in which we can look around for misc. objects from a laundry list (such as: manacles, a whip, candles, an Xbox One console, heavy-duty plastic tarps, a wooden horse, tax forms, a ball gag) to click on. And that's enough to content us, really.
Sadly the art in this is pretty abysmal. Objects are resized in a way that does not make sense relative to each other; likewise, objects are fuzzy that should be in focus and conversely. The photos that the art is sourced from are pretty ugly/dull, and garish colour filters are applied liberally to make matters worse.
I understand that this was done in an effort to make the object hunting a bit more challenging, but the combined "eyesore power" of all these techniques used at the same time is just too much.
There's a game show conceit in Discovery! A Seek and Find Adventure
, and that's at least a novel way to frame the different environments. They bungled the meat of the game though, letting us hog people down.