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Release Date: Feb 27, 2015

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July 20

House of Snark 6-in-1 bundle released!

Hey everybody,

We have just released House of Snark 6-in-1 bundle on Steam! 20% discount and a number of achievements are waiting for you there!

We included 2 big HOG series into the bundle - House of 1000 Doors and Snark Busters! Enjoy this 20-hour HOG maddness!

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June 21

New title comming up soon + discounts!

Hi everybody!

We plan to release a new HOG bundle July 14th! This new bundle is in comming soon already and would include titles you have asked us for! 6 titles in 1 pack, 3 Collector's Editions are there! Go on and sign up for a wishlist as we plan to have a launch discount for just a week!

You have asked for Steam Achievements - it will be there! Trading cards - as always! And all this for a low price!

Also, don't forget to sign up for a wishlist for all the titles from us as you will be amazed by discounts comming up pretty soon!

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About This Game

This bundle includes 5 well-known Hidden Object games:

Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge:
A witch's quest for revenge spells trouble for a young mother and her son in this haunting hidden object adventure! Guide the mother as she pursues the witch through time and space to save her son from a fate worse than death. Interact with a variety of characters, find useful objects, and then use the items to solve cunning puzzles. The variety of quests you must take on will keep you pressing forward to the game's shocking conclusion: Collect battle armor for a talking skeleton, assemble a special key belonging to an exorcist and save a witch from burning at the stake, all in an effort to stay on the trail of your nemesis! Beautiful artwork brings each scene to life, while the use of pictures instead of word lists simplifies the process of looking for hidden objects, even as the creators of the game employ clever new ways of hiding things in plain sight. Can you rise above every challenge and triumph over evil?

Mountain Crime: Requital:
Someone is killing the guests at a mountain resort, and you could be next if you don't solve the mystery at the heart of this chilling thriller! Take the role of a doctor who's summoned to a remote hotel to tend to a patient, and hold on to your sanity as you discover the first victim moments upon arriving at the retreat.
As you search for clues, crack brain-bending puzzles and read newspaper clippings that reveal the hotel's horrific past, two questions will take shape in your mind: What ties do you have to the hotel? And why did one of the victims claim you are the killer? The answer will shock you! Play Mountain Crime today to discover the truth!

Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box:
With a chilling crime at the center of its spellbinding story, Vampire Saga is not intended for the faint of heart. Join Matthew Ward as he steals aboard a cargo ship to escape the violence of the Spanish-American War, passes out and then wakes up to find himself alone with several sinister-looking coffins. Explore eerie locations, search for hidden objects and follow a story full of nerve-pricking encounters. Without a doubt, this captivating mystery thriller will give you the creeps!

Weird Park: Broken Tune:
A haunted amusement park is the backdrop for a twisted tale of terror in Weird Park: Broken Tune!
Take the role of a private detective hired to investigate a rash of "accidental" deaths that befell those who worked at the park before city officials shut it down. Search for clues as you explore creepy carnival environments, solve puzzles as you pursue a mysterious joker down shadowy paths, and find hidden objects that can help you solve the mystery of a portal that leads to a realm beyond insanity. With its gripping story, intense atmosphere, and challenging puzzles, Weird Park: Broken Tune is a game no hidden object fan should miss!

Twisted Lands: Shadow Town"
Why does your heart beat faster when you peer into a dark room? What makes the hair on your neck bristle when something invisible whispers in your ear? And why do you jump when something that should not be real appears in the corner of your vision?
Welcome to Twisted Lands: Shadow Town, the first game in a new saga that will explore the emotion of fear. Guide the actions of a man as he searches a deserted island for his wife, who disappeared when their boat crashed on the shore. Along the way, gather hidden items, solve hair-raising puzzles and make one spine-chilling discovery after another as you draw ever closer to a shocking conclusion!

System Requirements

    • OS: XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: 2.5 GHZ
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 2200 MB available space
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54 of 59 people (92%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
18.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 2, 2015
I wish there was an option to give games a mediocre vote rather than just 'yes' or 'no.' Since there isn't, I'm giving this game bundle a 'yes,' but only barely. Unlike the poster before me, I was able to download and run the games with no trouble (I'm using a laptop with Windows 7). I have different opinions on each game in the bundle, so I'm going to break my review into a section for each game.
Mountain Crime Requital. Overall Rating: 3/5

Plot: 2/5. You play a doctor who has been summoned to a secluded mountain resort, under the pretense that the owner has suffered a heart attack. Once there, you realize that the owner is nowhere to be found, and the other guests start turning up dead.

Voice Acting: 0/5. The voice acting in this game is horrid to the point of being remarkable.

Artwork: 3/5. The characters look awful, but if you can ignore them, the overall scenery is decent.

Puzzles and HOS: 4/5. The puzzles aren't bad (some may find them too easy). The hidden object scenes are set up so that you have to locate objects in order to assemble an item you need.The scenes are drawn nicely and are not too dark or full of unnecessary clutter. Occasionally there is an item that has been named strangely due to mistranslation.

Getting Around: 3/5. You are provided with a map of the resort, and when you open it, it will indicate areas in which there are actions to be performed. Unfortunately you cannot click on the areas and be instantly transported, so there is a great deal of backtracking.
Weird Park: Broken Tune. Overall Rating: 4/5

Plot: 2/5. You play a journalist who is sent to investigate the disappearance of a fellow journalist at an abandoned circus. Once there, you begin having random sightings of a ghost clown and a midget dressed as a harlequin. As for the midget, he is supposed to be more than he seems, and is linked to a broken music record, which you find shards of throughout the game. Although he is supposed to be a major factor in the disappearances, the only interaction you ever have with him is seeing him darting around walls.

Voice Acting: N/A. Your character doesn't have any conversations with anyone.

Artwork: 3/5. The characters leave much to be desired. The overall scenery looks nice though.

Puzzles and HOS: 4/5. The puzzles are pretty good (some may find them too easy). As for the HOS, some are typical HOS, in which you locate various items, while others require you to find broken parts in order to assemble a useful item. The HOS are nicely done.

Getting Around: 1/5. There is no map provided, and there is a great deal of backtracking in order to figure out what you are supposed to do next.
Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge. Overall Rating: 0/5. I was unable to complete this game due being unable to find items that are needed in order to progress.

Plot: ?/5. This game is a sequel, so why wasn't the first game in the series included in the bundle? You play a mother who defeated a wicked witch in the first game, and now the witch has used her magic to escape jail, and has absconded with your son’s soul by using mirrors as portals.

Voice Acting: N/A. From what little I did play, there seems to be no voice acting.

Artwork: 3/5. The characters and their animations are poorly done. The scenery itself is nice though.

Puzzles and HOS: 0/5. Unfortunately the niceness of the art is trumped by the issues I (and other players whose comments I found on various forums) have with being able to find items we need to continue playing. The items are often hidden to the point of being too difficult to locate amidst clutter and things of the same color. To make the matters worse, is the hint feature in the game proved useless for me. I got stuck and clicked for a hint. It directed me to go in the church. I went in the church and clicked the hint again. Instead of showing me what to do in the church, it directed me to go back outside, over and over. On top of it all, I could not find a strategy guide anywhere online either.

Getting Around: 1/5. There is no map provided. Plus there is a great deal of backtracking to find items (or parts of items) you need.
Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box. Overall Rating: 4/5

Plot: 3/5. In this game you bounce between playing a young man and his grandfather. You start in the 1950s as the young man getting a bizarre phone call from grandpa, in which he sounds distressed, and is claiming to have just killed a woman. You rush over to his house, and once you make it upstairs, you find grandpa has barricaded the bedroom door with furniture. He is outside the door, still insisting that he has shot a woman. He goes on to indicate that he knows this woman from years ago, and that she has tracked him down. It is then that the gameplay switches, and you are playing grandpa as a young man during the Spanish-American War. He is a deserter, who has stowed away on a ship. Unfortunately this ship is carrying dangerous cargo.

Voice Acting: N/A. The dialogue between characters is all text.

Artwork. 2/5. The characters are expressionless, rigid mannequins. Scenery is okay.

Puzzles and HOS: 2/5. Puzzles are okay (some may find them too easy). The HOS vary in enjoyability. I found myself having to use the hint feature an awful lot because some of the HOS were dark, so items were hard to see. In others the items were hidden behind things to the point only a tiny sliver of the items were visible. In others the items were placed on the very edges of the frame, so they were barely visible. Additionally, there are some items that are incorrectly translated to English.

Getting Around: 2/5. There is no map, and there is a huge amount of back and forth between areas. You will find yourself too often wandering between areas trying to figure out what to do next. In these instances, the hint feature will simply tell you "There is nothing to do here right now," instead of directing you to the area you need to be. Sometimes reading your journal will tell you what you need to do, but not often enough.
Twisted Lands: Shadow Town. Overall Rating: 2/5

Plot: 1/5. You play a man who is washed ashore after a boating accident involving him and his girlfriend. The town he discovers is within a dense fog, and is strangely deserted. The man believes his girlfriend must be somewhere on this island, so he embarks on a mission to find her. During his explorations, he finds evidence of a serpent cult, yet journals of missing residents and other shipwrecked people describe victims being transformed into fish folk with gills. I’m trying to see the connection.

Voice Acting: N/A. In this game, the only dialogue is between the protagonist and his girlfriend at the beginning, and it is all done via text.

Artwork: 4/5. Of all the games, I think this one had the best artwork. Though the characters still looked like mannequins. The scenery was very nice.

Puzzles and HOS: 4/5. Puzzles were okay. The HOS were well done- items were detailed, and some cunningly hidden, but still able to be found.

Getting Around: 1/5. There is no map, and there are a lot of different areas to visit, multiple times. So you will spend an enormous amount of time backtracking. The hint feature is helpful in that it will light up an arrow and direct you where to go.
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
33.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 29, 2015
Five Parts... The fourth and still no end?

Behind the Reflection 2

This game is a bit older and actually it shows. The style in which the HOS are built are innovative but sadly this game is quite bugged. When you manage to get it going, try to play it. The story is a bit, well... not the best of all stories involved in HOG.

  • Decent graphics and sound for an older Hidden Object Game.
  • Some of the riddles or puzzles are more challenging than others.

  • The game is incredibly bug ridden, you'll have to finetune it for yourself if you want to enjoy the game at all.
  • Quirky Hint system ... If you want to enjoy the game without any gamebreaking bugs, I advise not to use the hint function at all. I encountered twice at a puzzle that the skip function caused a bug to hang the puzzle up.

Mountain Crime Requital

The game has some nice graphics and a really weird murder mystery as backdrop story. I encountered one bug during gameplay, which might have to do with OS. The cutscenes of the final part were badly out of sync, but the game was still nice to play, even though there were some things that weren't giving a perfect gaming experience.

  • Good graphics and Soundtrack.
  • The HOS play slightly different to other HOG's you have to search for stuff to get things in working order.
  • Riddles which are either challenging or very easy.

  • If you want to say so, it's at times disturbing. This game has corpses galore...

Vampire Saga - Pandora's Box

First, this game play best in windowed mode. Then it has a lot of stuff that gives the game as a whole an inadequate game feeling. In my opininion it's one of the weakest titles as HOG's go and probably the weakest title on this bundle. (There are still two other titles who might get this honor, if I have to say.) The story in itself, well - meh, everthing superfically cut and pasted to make some ... let's just say, it's on a margin above the HOG "The Flying Dutchman" ok?

Pro: N/A

  • Runs perfectly in windowed mode, if you play it otherwise it looks crappy and is having some lag troubles.
  • No voiceacting.
  • Not even a story that keeps you on your heels, looking for more suspense.
  • Encountered some bugs during play. Minor, at least with this you won't have a big disappointment.

Weird Park - Broken Tune

Don't even touch this game if you suffer from coulrophobia (fear of clowns) because it has a story that is ladden with clown and fun park stuff...

Actually this game isn't as bad, though some solutions do need a lot more footwork than you might feel justified. The game has also a tendency to crash at some point. But that might also come from another reason. I am torn between seeing the good and the bad stuff in this game.

  • Change of pace because of some sinister backdrops.
  • Nice and decent graphics.
  • Interesting story. At least in my opinion this wasn't wasted.

  • Crashing at some times, but at least the autosave is working perfectly and I didn't encounter any bug that corrupted the savegame file.
  • Too much running around in this game... it's at times annoying, but you need to do it and revisit some HOS at least three times.

Twisted Lands: Shadow Town

Sinister Tale of a couple out on the coast of Spain when suddenly something unexpected happens. And another nice twist of the story at the end of the game.

  • Nice story with a male protagonist.
  • Nice Graphics.
  • Nice and challenging puzzles.

  • A lot of actuall footwork...
  • Sadly doesn't support modern resolutions.

Final Verdict: Recommended

The games are all playable, some of them are classics of the Hidden Object Genre, and I didn't encounter any big troubles, actually all games were easily finetuned if there was a need to do this.
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
17.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 28, 2015
While it's not as grand as an Artifex game, it's fairly enjoyable so far. For the price, I'd say it's worth it, especially if you compare it to other hidden object games with similar prices on Steam. However, you might want to wait for a good sale as some people seem to be experiencing problems with some of the games.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
14.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 17
Hidden Object Bundle 5 in 1 is a collection of five hidden object games. In chronological order, it was the first appearance of each game on Steam. However, Weird Park Trilogy was released (containing Weird Park: Broken Tune), Mountain Crime: Requital followed as a stand-alone before Twisted Land Trilogy finally arrives.

Weird Park: Broken Tune

You're investigating the disappearance of a journalist in an abandoned fair park. However, a little gnome seems to prevent you to discover what happened... because everything seems tied to the death of Louis Gauche, a clown that lost his life during a representation... Besides, you'll find scattered around parts of a music disk, what is it meaning?

Here's what I wrote about the game in my Weird Park Trilogy review: I enjoyed the dark settings and the soundtrack. But I had an hard time to find my way sometimes, relaying on the hint buttons. Besides, the ending was promising a real good sequel.

Indeed, Weird Park: Broken Tune is my favorite game from the bundle because of its unique atmosphere. The graphics were reflecting the fact that something bad happened and that paranormal activity was perhaps also involved. The gameplay was well-balanced too.

For more information about Weird Park Trilogy, I suggest you to read my review:

Mountain Crime: Requital

You're called by a patient of yours to an hotel build on the ashes of a children hospice that suffered a tragedy. However, customers began dying... and they're all tied to that tragedy...

The game was my second favorite from the bundle, though I found a little longer and though the gameplay is different from the others, as you're gathering items in a scene that you need to build an object for an action.

As I've already reviewed the game and that I fear that copying/pasting it here will make me reach a characters limit for the review, I prefer to give you the link to it:

Twisted Lands: Shadow Town

After a problem in the middle of the sea, you end up in a strange town, with your wife being dragged by an unknown man. What terrible secret will you uncover?

I must admit that while I enjoyed another somber story (the game is during the night, in a foggy town, with many mysteries around), I was quite confused about it. Given the twist at the end, I thought that it was a second opus in a series. In reality, it is really the first in the trilogy.

Here's an extract of my Twisted Land Trilogy review: The plot of the first game is perhaps basic but with all the questions arising during your quest and the fact you're seeing ghosts, you bet that there is a dark cult under it. Though the end tells you how Mark came on the Island, which is a shocking twist, playing it a second time had made more understanding of the story than the first time. The graphics are correct, the soundtrack is also too, but the problem is that you're doing a lot of backtracking for an object.

For more information about the trilogy, read my review:

Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge

After defeating a witch, she's ready to take revenge on you through your innocent son. Will you manage to save his soul?

I was quickly bored with this game. Given the fact that it was a direct sequel to another game, I felt like I was missing something. Based on the same gameplay of Mountain Crime, I didn't really enjoy it - I played Behind the Reflection 2 before Mountain Crime. The items weren't easy to find, though the puzzles were well-balanced.

The graphics were correct, though the soundtrack didn't let me a memory.

Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box

Why is your grandfather hiding a young girl and seems scared of her? What happened in his past? Did he really meet vampires?

The plot is alternating between the present and the past of your grandpa. It means that you're alternating between a cosy house and an old boat. And that game, while not being a total disaster, is the worst in the bundle. I found it very ridiculous, some dialogues are coming from uninspired minds and it becomes a parody of some sorts. It wasn't always easy to find your way around. The graphics were correct, that's true, but it does not save the game in my eyes. I really wondered why this joke was put in a bundle


I really enjoyed that bundle, well, at least for 3 games. I can't say that the two other games weren't appreciated but I was quickly bored with them, even if I got an hard time with Twisted Land. The question is: should you buy the bundle when three of them are on Steam, with Twisted Land and Weird Park being in their trilogy and with Mountain Crime being a stand-alone? If I had written the review earlier, I would have say that you had to buy it. However, now, the bundle could be seen as not worthy.

In reality, for the price, it's worthy to buy it and to try at least Twisted Land and Weird Park. Indeed, their trilogy are nearly 20 euros while the bundle is half the price. I will admit something: it's because I've played them in the bundle that I bought the two trilogies nearly at their release. Else I would have activated them from a bundle or would have waited for a discount. As for Mountain Crime in my library, the reason is called "trading cards" and "badge". The two other games are only on Steam in this bundle.

I will not change my mind: Hidden Object Bundle 5 in 1 is still a bundle of five games and is still worthy of any purchase. True, for those already owning the three games through the trilogies and the stand-alone game, the bundle isn't at all interesting. For the others, it's still a good bargain, at least, you will know if you like Twisted Land and Weird Park and if buying the trilogies could be a future action.
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
56.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 6, 2015
If you love hidden object games as much as I do then I definately recommend this game. It's full of puzzles and mystery that keep you hooked throughout the entire story of each game in this bundle. Highly recommended!
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2015
Right off the bat I will say that if you’re a fan of hidden object games then this is a great bundle for you. You get five games for a great low price and each one offers something different.

Mountain Crime: Requital

A game you can buy and play separately on Steam now in a bundle. Your character is a doctor that was invited to a hotel to treat someone but things start to go terribly wrong. There is a snow storm, dead bodies galore and an ending that will either shock you or down right make you laugh. It’s not the best story but I found enjoyable for the sheer absurdity of it all.

The game play is a little different from other hidden object games. The hidden object scenes are not aimless clicking for a list of items, you’re actually looking for important pieces making each scene fit better into the storyline itself. The art is dated but not bad, the voice acting his laughable and the soundtrack is fitting. While not a masterpiece it was my favorite out of the five.

Weird Park: Broken Tune

My second favorite of the bundle and another game you can purchase on its own on Steam. I found it to be insanely creepy but that’s because I highly dislike clowns. The story isn’t too creepy, though. You play a detective investigating a series of deaths at an amusement park. Once there you find out there is more than meets the eye as the park is haunted by a ghost clown and Loki.

The game play is very basic, good ole fashioned hidden object scenes along with challenge mini games and puzzles. The artwork is fitting for the dark atmosphere mixed with unsettling music as well. The voice acting is nothing to write home about but the game is good enough where that doesn’t matter. This game is the first in a trilogy which you can also find on Steam.

Twisted Lands: Shadow Town

I liked this game, it wasn’t amazing in any way but I enjoyed playing it. This is the first in a trilogy which you can purchase on Steam and the name is very fitting. The game starts off simply enough, you’re on a boat with your wife after you just went diving on treasure until things go awry and and you find your boat in shambles and your wife missing while you’re on an unknown island. Everything else is pretty confusing. You keep seeing ghosts, clues you find point in different directions, there really is no clear danger at all until the very end and there is no interactions whatsoever. I did like the ending, though, I saw it coming but I still liked it.

The game has fun hidden object scenes as well as puzzles and mini games. The game doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel. You can get through the game in one sitting, it’s not very long or involved but still enjoyable. The art is alright, not the best. No voice acting but the music worked. It’s a very middle of the road game.

Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge

And now we get to the bottom rung games of the bundle. This game is not bad but it’s also not good. It’s a sequel to a game I did not play and is not on Steam, however, at the beginning they give you a brief run down of the first game. In this game the witch you put in jail before has escaped and returned for revenge by taking your son’s soul. You set off on a rather boring mission to find her, defeat her and save your son. The game has you going through portals to very weird lands and even different time periods as you chase after her all of which are kind of outlandish and seem to have very little to do with you or the witch aside from Salem.

The hidden object element of the game is a little different. Each time you look for an item it’s part of a puzzle, so you find pieces of armor that you need to put together for a skeleton or a windmill or a sword. Also mixed in are more traditional hidden object scenes as well as plenty of mini games. I didn’t have any issues with the game play, though some of the objects were hard to find just because of the artwork or where they were placed. No voice acting and the art is kind of meh, but not a bad game for a bundle.

Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box

Last but not least, my more disliked game in the bunch. Unfortunately I played this one first because I saw the word vampire and got excited. This is the first in a trilogy not available on Steam currently. I found the story to be utter garbage. You start of as Tyler who rushes to his grandfather’s house because there is some big trouble going on. Then you switch to playing grandpa as he retells his story of stowing away on a boat trying to get back to America. The crew dies and you’re trying to figure out why and it’s just not interesting. You save a girl name Laura and protect her from the likes of an evil mummy, yeah a mummy. The game doesn’t even mention vampires until right near the end. More happens but I don’t want to spoil it, I just didn’t like it.

Game play was another thing I did not like. Usually if the game plays well I can somewhat look past a bad story but this didn’t even get that right. There are plenty of hidden object scenes, you’ll be revisiting the same ones over and over and over again so don’t worry. There are barely any puzzles or mini games to help break up the monotony and there is a ton of back tracking with no map or easy teleport feature. I didn’t point this out in any other games because it wasn’t as big of an issue but in this game, the back tracking is super frustrating. No voice acting, probably for the best, and really drab music.

In my opinion you get two good games, two decent games and one bad game which isn’t a bad deal for the price.

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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
11.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 31, 2015
Averaging out at $2 per game, this is a nice little bundle for HO players. The games are older and thus don't have a lot of the "extra perks" that you can find in newer games, but all in all definitely worth the price. These are Alawar games that follow the same style as the Artifex Mundi games (HO combined with point-and-click and puzzles).

I have had no difficulties getting all of the games to play on my new laptop; either the problems experienced by other reviewers have been resolved or were possibly isolated issues.

As I said, these are older games with fewer bells and whistles. The HO scenes are not as high-res as we're used to with newer games, but I didn't have any problems with that; objects are still very much clear enough to distinguish but blend into the scene well enough to be challenging to find. The only issues I had were my own (like looking all over for a bat and realizing much later that they meant a baseball bat rather than a flying rodent bat, and commencing facepalms).

TL;DR: recommended for any HO fans that don't mind playing older games without frills.
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
13.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 21, 2015
4 in 1 for me and others. One game crashes at the start screen, known bug for some time and nothing appears to be happening to fix it any time soon. So I'll base my review on the other 4 games I have finished.

Mountain Crime feels like the newest with the better graphics and general feel. This is the only 1 of the 4 that gives you a map to jump from location to location, which is very much appreciated.

Vampire Saga, Weird Park and Twisted Lands all show their age in graphics and game play. No maps means quite a bit of clicking back through rooms/areas, annoying but not too terrible.

The logic puzzles are easy enough for the most part. The hidden objects are also mostly easy, with only one or two items that might escape you at first due to odd naming or dual names e.g. brush could mean paintbrush, artist brush, scrub brush or broom (any two may be in a scene), but the lack of real penalty means this is also easily overcome.

Overall, the games have good stories, twists and endings. They are a good length for this genre. The graphics are not too bad if you can bare the resolution and keep in mind the age of the games. Difficulty level: Very Easy/Easy.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
38.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 6, 2015
Untill now 1 game crashed and 1 game the cursor moved extremely laggy, so 2 were unplayable.
1 game I fixed with troubleshooting on my laptop and the other game the cursor moves fine now when I turned off the cursor in options but the game is too laggy to play. So I have 4 games now to play and they are really enjoyable.
If you don't mind to have those problems this is the HOG bundle for you! Buy it when it is on sale., It costed about 5 Euro's.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
39.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 29, 2015
You get a lot of play when you bundle. I really liked three of the games. Two of the games were less engaging but satisfactory. You have to be a HOG fan (and I am) in order to appreciate this.
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3.6 hrs
Posted: May 6
Theres a 4 in 1.. A 3 in 1.. but it looks like their 5 in 1 is uh.. The most amount of games in one game that they could provide. It's hard to review 5 games so i'll just say cool
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Josey The Gaylord
13.0 hrs
Posted: March 24
If you like hidden object games just go ahead and get this bundle. Cant go wrong with it.
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4.3 hrs
Posted: March 20
Hi, In "Behind the Reflection 2" the game crashes whenever I try to enter the room at the top of the stairs after completing the first floor. Is there a fix for this? Thanks.
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17.8 hrs
Posted: February 14
one game does not work at all ,some app bug.Another is very simplistic but the rest are entertaining.
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19.7 hrs
Posted: February 2
game keeps crashing
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31.9 hrs
Posted: January 17
I noticed in the reviews some people complaining that one of the games doesn't work. I too had this problem with "Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge" However I have a solution. If you go into the properties for the application file and tell it to run in 640 by 480 resolution the game runs fine. Only thing to remember is to turn this off when playing the other games as it destorts their graphics a bit. Other than that I've only played on game so far but it was fairly standard fair for hidden object puzzle games, so pretty much exactly what I wanted.
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38.0 hrs
Posted: January 4
pretty good games for the low.
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21.6 hrs
Posted: December 14, 2015
Definately a bundle of joy! You will have to excuse the not always up to par (for this era) interface but this package hd me going for a decent number of hours. Worth every penny (as it was real cheap already :)).
Recommended for the diehard puzzle fans like me :)
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15.7 hrs
Posted: December 14, 2015
Third game in and Vampire Saga has tec issues. The first 2 I played were fine but VS has resolution issues. It is somewhat pixelated and the seek and search parts are "blurry" and almost unplayable because of the pixelation. Fullscreen IS NOT fullscreen as it has black bars on the side. Seriously, is that how this game is supposed to play? This poor a resolution? How old it it? Was it made for Win 3.1? What a waste.
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