Can you overcome the mysteries of the Millionaire Manor and stop the macabre machinations of a madman?
User reviews: Mixed (39 reviews)
Release Date: Dec 17, 2010
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About This Game

Your grandfather has disappeared! The only clue he left is a cryptic message about a game show that no longer exists. Can you overcome the mysteries of the Millionaire Manor and stop the macabre machinations of a madman? Can you uncover the secrets of your unhinged host? Take on the challenges of The Hidden Object Show once more and save your fellow contestants from a gruesome fate!

Game Features:

25 Stages of Play
12 Exciting Modes
75 Detailed Scenes
Hours upon hours of gameplay
Fast-paced secret bonus stages
A gallery of zany characters

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista
    • Processor: 1.8 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 8.1
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 19
I like this game because it was actually just a hidden object game. Not a lot of frills and extras, just doing a number of different modes of hidden object finds in different rooms. Some people seem to have found it bland and boring because it is lacking the point and click adventure part that most other hidden object games are filled with, but if you're not looking for that then this is good. Although, it is very short.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 29
This is a HOG with no story and you can't walk around in a house or landscapes or whet ever to find clues to go further in the game. It's basicly finding hidden objects or silhouettes, actually kind of boring. The voice over is very irritating. I've bought it for about 1 Euro but it's worth 10 cents and when you buy it play it when you've got really nothing else to do and use it as a time killer.
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38 of 43 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 18
Millionaire Manor is a pretty bland hidden object game with little to no adventure plot involved. It's just a series of hidden object 'puzzles' with the only connection being a spinner that selects the mode that the hidden object screen will be presented in (e.g. list, silhouette, puzzle piece, etc.).

I didn't find much of a challenge, none of the hidden objects require any kind of manipulation to reveal, and the hardest thing about it was finding the objects in lower quality images (poor lighting, distance perspective, etc.) The most imaginative thing about the game was the constant timed "Bonus Round" interrupting the main hidden object screen with another hidden object screen.

Each puzzle seems to serve no purpose other than to complete itself. There's no sense of reward or accomplishment, as you get in the more entertaining adventure story HOGs when you unlock the item that you just happen to need to progress in the story. I guess if spotting and clicking random stuff thrown in haphazardly on top of blah pictures is the part of HOGs you enjoy most and you hate the story part where you have to figure out the puzzles, this is the one for you.

If this game at least had Steam achievements, then it might be worth the effort to slog through the boring gameplay in order to grab some easy achievements. As it is, there are so many HOGs available on Steam that would be more deserving of your time, even if you picked this one up on sale.
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32 of 39 people (82%) found this review helpful
3.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 27, 2014
This Hidden Object game is that your on a gameshow to save your grandpa so you must complete puzzles to do it. The variety of puzzles are interesting from silhouettes, to riddles, keeping things fresh. A solid 10/10 idea! Good voice acting which drives the story makes the game feel alive.

The game detects your resolution loading the game in that resolution which can result in stretched or fuzzy low quality textures.
How to Fix:
Right click the steam entry and choose properties/click local files then browse local files.
Right click the exe "THOS3" with the star icon and choose properties.
Go to compatibility Tab and put a check in the box for "disable display scaling on high DPI settings".

Rating: 10/10 Value: $7.99
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21 of 28 people (75%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 9, 2014
I bought this Game during a Sale after discovering how good HOG`s can be through the Artifex Mundi Games.
Sadly this one is not even close to them. The Story is nonsensical and lackluster. That alone
I wouldn`t mind so much but the Gameplay, while theoretically varied with lots of gamemodes
is absolutely random. You spin a wheel that randomly gives you a Gamemode. This means
that you will most likely play the same modes again and again and never get to see some of the

Still I could forgive the Game this if it didn`t fail at the most important part, the Hidden Objects.
While they should be more or less hard to find, I have encountered several Objects that were simply
impossible to find without Hints due to bad contrast and lighting. Even WITH the Hint I couldn`t see
1 or 2 of them while staring right at them. Only blindly clicking on the area were they revealed.

If you are a Hardcore HOG Gamer and want to complete your collection, buy it during a sale.
Everyone else stay far, far away from it.
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