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5 Great Hidden Object Games for Android

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It’s been awhile since we’ve done a Tops list by genre, and we thought it was high time to cover a few hidden object games as they are very popular to say the least. With that in mind here are 5 Great Hidden Object Games for Android.

1. Tiny Bang Story

The Tiny Bang Story is the newest game on the list, and we also thought it was the best. You’ll take a journey through a trippy little land while searching for hidden puzzle objects and taking on lots of cool mini-games. The game has a great look and you can read our full review of this little gem here. If you’re ready to give it a go you can try out the free version or pick up the full version of Herocraft’s Tiny Bang Story for only $0.99.

2. Where’s Waldo Now?

It’s only natural that the king of hiding makes this list as Gameloft’s Where Waldo Now? is a must have Android game for any hidden object fan. Where’s Waldo Now? takes you on a trip through space and time itself as you search for the spectacle wearing adventurer. You’ll get to play all sorts of mini-games and you’ll even get to spend a little dime with Waldo’s buddies Woof and Odlaw. It’s a great hidden object game, and you can pick it up for $0.99 on Google Play.

3. Scrubs: Hidden Object

Herocraft’s second game on our list was a surprise when it was released as it was a Scrubs hidden object game, and well… it was a Scrubs game. You’ll get to go through Sacred Hospital and interact with all your favorite personalities as you take on tasks and fill requests in this quirky hidden object game. It’s got quite a bit of depth, mini-games, and it’s a must have kinda’ game if you’re a fan of the show Scrubs. There’s a free version of the game you can try while the full version will only set you back $1.99.

4. Jekyll & Hyde

Green Eye’s Jekyll & Hyde hidden object game takes you on a journey through the streets of London and sucks you into the world of the classic book Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. You’ll get to search 30 different scenes from the streets to the taverns and you’ll get to play some cool mini-games as well. There’s a free version of the game that lets you check out the first level while the full version gives you the full experience for $1.23.

5. Mushroom Age: Time Adventure

If you like your hidden object games on the odd side of things then Nevosoft’s Mushroom Age: Time Adventure is just the game for you. You’ll play a woman named Vera whose husband goes missing in a super-secret laboratory accident which sends her on an adventure through time. You’ll hunt for clues across the ages, and deal with characters like Socrates and Nostradamus. It’s one of the quirkiest hidden object games I’ve played, and there’s a ‘limited’ free version of the game you can check out. If you like what you see you can get the full version of Mushroom Age for $3.99.