Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3

Prepare for the final chapter of Alice’s exciting adventures! Your journey will take you through picturesque fairytale locations with challenging hidden object and match three puzzles. Help this amateur witch dispel the curse of prince Florian by reuniting him with his betrothed – Snow White. And finally, exact vengeance on the evil witch Circe, responsible for the curses, once and for all!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Darkstar49 from Witch's tale 3 I was already in love with this series and now more so, I love the way they continue the storyline. Who would guess that a dress and a scepter make the Queen playing card? This is still a game I'll replay. I would have liked there to have been some of the star games like in the first game, where you twist and turn the star cluster til it makes a shape. Many words spelled wrong. Great for beginners of hidden object games. Some of the items you buy require upgrades to complete, others require a single purchase. Can be glitchy but restarting always solved the problem. Hiddenverse is my favorite series for relaxing games. I would like to see the puzzles become a little more challenging, perhaps several smaller pieces rather than 10 large chunks of fragments? I really enjoy these Hiddenverses. The artwork is great and the puzzles are fine - that is why I am give two stars. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by n7sg from Colorful variety and amusing fun I just spent several hours playing this game.

This particular Hiddenverse installment is more of a magical storyline as as always, offers a restoration area to be built up with points earned. Many words spelled wrong. Who would guess that a dress and a scepter make the Queen playing card? There were some new twists in the battle rounds. That's been described as irritating or hilarious - but no matter what your reaction is, the game is still terrific. One reason I like this series so much is that I really like clutter-style games and Hiddenverse offers other things along the way - not just clutter. Relaxing and lots of fun!! The graphics are clear and appealing; the theme is fun and music is great. My least favorite were the rounds where you had to find the object that was different from all the others - but that's just me. Lots of fun. At one point, I was asked to find a "bark. Something I found frustrating was that the waterworks games closed before I could see the final solution. I'm in it for the games. Finally the same games were used over and over with very little difference. This one doesn't disappoint.

There were a lot of challenging puzzles to play with new and interesting twists. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from I really enjoy the Hiddenverse series I own several of the Hiddenverse games and really enjoy all of them so I was very happy to see a new one offered today. I didn't comment on the storyline because I seldom pay much attention. They have a new one where you have to "build" specified objects. Finally the same games were used over and over with very little difference. I haven't seen any misspelled words yet. Great for beginners of hidden object games. You can play these challenges in any order, and you can replay them as often as you want, and each time the variations are slightly different which includes a Mini-Game such as a "Pipes" variation rotate pipes to make a continuous path from point A to B A Pair Match game where you flip over 2 cards at a time to try to find Matching Pairs and a Match 3 game with various strengths of Bombs and TNT earned on the board for making large matches of 4 or more. After 10 Hiddenverse games, and several other releases, you'd think Shaman Games would invest in a Spellcheck program, or at least invest in an English speaking beta tester because there are so many spelling and grammar mistakes right from the start! Lots of fun. The card flip and match rounds were challenging. More please!!

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Hiddenverse: Witch's Tales 3


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That's been described as irritating or hilarious - but no matter what your Slot Quest: The Vampire Lord is, the game is still terrific. This is still a game I'll replay. There were a lot of challenging puzzles to play with new and interesting twists. They have a new one where you have to "build" specified objects. Same beautiful graphics. As you complete the Mansion upgrades, you are rewarded with Puzzle Pieces. And great for seniors with poor eyesight. After 10 Hiddenverse games, and several other releases, you'd think Shaman Games would invest in a Spellcheck program, or at least invest in an English speaking beta tester because there are so many spelling Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3 grammar mistakes right from the start! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Wonderful! Many words spelled wrong. I would like to see the puzzles become a little more challenging, perhaps several smaller pieces rather than 10 large chunks of fragments? This one doesn't disappoint. Believe me, this is singularly disinteresting not only to me but many other players.

I didn't comment on the storyline because I seldom pay much attention. That's been described as irritating or hilarious - but no matter what your reaction is, the game is still terrific. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by iou from Thank You!!! But, the editing of the game sucks. One reason I like this series so much is that I really like clutter-style games and Hiddenverse offers other things along the way - not just clutter. The card flip and match rounds were challenging. Hiddenverse is my favorite series for relaxing games. The graphics are clear and appealing; the theme is fun and music is great. The Challenge levels have returned, after playing four Clutter Levels, the 5th Level allows you to play a multi-game level. Some of the I guess, "mini games" were VERY frustrating trying to figure out what 2 items make the third one. I like all the Hiddenverse series. Rated 5 out of 5 by splash from Fun game I enjoyed the games, the matches, decorating, even the art was different and quite pretty!

But, the editing of the game sucks. The card flip and match rounds were challenging. Instead of becoming frustrating the games stays fun to play. There were a lot of challenging puzzles to play with new and interesting twists. You can earn up to 3 Stars per level and the levels can be replayed, After completing the Clutter level you Mad Mouse use your earned Stars to upgrade your own Mansion.


5 thoughts on “Hiddenverse: Witchs Tales 3

  1. If you like match type games and puzzlers, this and the others by the same developer are unique and lots of fun and you will, no doubt, enjoy this version as much as I do. That's fine, but then they have the situations where there are no matching objects and you can skip to the next selection of two cards. The problem is that while I applaud them for trying new puzzles, they don't seem to have tested them on actual players.

  2. I got bored and gave up. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JeansLady1 from I really enjoy the Hiddenverse series I own several of the Hiddenverse games and really enjoy all of them so I was very happy to see a new one offered today. This one is very much the same. The rounds where you sort through two different piles are an old favorite.

  3. That's fine, but then they have the situations where there are no matching objects and you can skip to the next selection of two cards. I've only played the demo portion of the game, but I found that there was plenty of time allotted in the Normal Mode. Some of the items you buy require upgrades to complete, others require a single purchase.

  4. It was pretty much an instant buy for me once I played the trial version for a few minutes and I haven't been disappointed at all. Who would guess that a dress and a scepter make the Queen playing card? You can play these challenges in any order, and you can replay them as often as you want, and each time the variations are slightly different which includes a Mini-Game such as a "Pipes" variation rotate pipes to make a continuous path from point A to B A Pair Match game where you flip over 2 cards at a time to try to find Matching Pairs and a Match 3 game with various strengths of Bombs and TNT earned on the board for making large matches of 4 or more. One reason I like this series so much is that I really like clutter-style games and Hiddenverse offers other things along the way - not just clutter. As you complete the Mansion upgrades, you are rewarded with Puzzle Pieces.

  5. Date published: After 10 Hiddenverse games, and several other releases, you'd think Shaman Games would invest in a Spellcheck program, or at least invest in an English speaking beta tester because there are so many spelling and grammar mistakes right from the start! Instead of becoming frustrating the games stays fun to play. I liked that there are new items to find.

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