Review System: Samsung S8+ – Running Android 7.0
Price at Time Of Review: £4.99 ($6)
Comfort Rating: Green,
Genre: Hidden Object
Size: 1.74 GB
Controller System: Daydream Controller
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi Player: No
Hidden Fortune (Google Daydream)
Intro: Hidden Fortune is an adventurous treasure hunt through a virtual world of enchantment, with Chapter One: Outcast Cove free to play! Chapter Two: Shanty Seas is available through single purchase, and unlocks over two hours of content, including new puzzles, collectable Wands and vast areas to discover. As a sorcerer on a daring rescue mission, players must use their magic—cast with the Daydream Controller—to explore the vivid world around them and collect peculiar trinkets to aid in their quest. Solve puzzles, meet quirky characters, and uncover secrets and treasures alike in this humourous VR title.
Verdict: Hidden Fortune takes the ‘Hidden Object’ genre to new levels of fun. This is like no other hidden object game you might have played before, Hidden Fortune sticks to the classic ‘find the object’ style of gameplay, but does it in so many different ways it’s like a new game waiting for you around every corner (or waypoint). While some people might find it a little repetitive the small differences in levels and game styles kept me happy from start to finish. Sure, it’s not the hardest of games and most people will fly through both levels in just a few hours. While you do get the first world free the 2nd one is a fiver. Given the amount of levels you get, I still say it is worth the money.