If you’re into hidden object games chances are you’ve heard of G5 Entertainment. Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings is the latest hidden object game from the group and it puts you to work traveling through paintings to solve the mystery of a lost little boy. One of the things I’ve always enjoyed about G5’s hidden object games are the interesting stories behind them, and Lost Souls: Enchanted Painting certainly has an interesting premise. Spooky Castles are never a good thing, especially when those castles are kept in magical paintings that tend to kidnap children. That’s the case in Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings as you play the role of Bella who’s on the hunt for her lost child after he gets sucked into a realm of magical paintings. As Bella you’ll explore 25 locations while taking on 25 mini-games and there are several extra levels and games thrown in as well. Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings is a nice hidden objects puzzler that people should enjoy although it may be a bit too easy for some. The game is listed as “free”, but as soon as you get to the main menu you’ll see a blaring “purchase now” button where they are asking $4.99 for the full game. That being said I have no idea how many levels/paintings you actually get to do for free as this one got hit with the ol’ uninstall button. If you want to give Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings a go you can pick it up on Google Play.