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Morphopolis certainly creates a beautiful world to visit...

By , on November 12, 2013
Last modified 4 years, 6 months ago

Hidden object games often get dismissed by players. They seem to be repetitive, and don't offer much action. In a way, a lot of the criticisms levelled at them are similar to the problems a lot of players have towards adventure games, which is a genre I have quite a fondness for.

Morphopolis is a bit of a different experience, even in the hidden object genre. It's a tale about a bunch of insects in a garden, and the combination of those lush visuals and relaxing melodies create a space I would be very happy to visit. Have a look at the trailer and see for yourselves...

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Speaking of adventure games, it sort of gives off a Botanicula vibe, but without the humour and strange bug creatures. There are puzzles alongside searching for hidden objects, and the whole experience will set you back about $3.99. It's out on the App Store now. I might just give it a look.

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