GamingPhreak I get what you had to say about the repetitious nature of a lot of HOPA's, especially the storylines. But I still find enough variation to keep me interested. I especially appreciate appealing artwork and find some developers do this better than others. In the games I've currently been playing, there is more variety in HOS than in the past. I also notice some unique uses for inventory items which have provided some challenge. I began with straight adventure games - Syberia was the first, then Longest Journey, the Darkfall series, Black Mirror, and Lost Crown. But then a friend turned me on to HOPA's, and now I'm hooked and don't think I'd have the patience for straight adventure games anymore, although I have quite a collection which I haven't yet played.
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Blue Tea Games proudly presents the newest spell-binding adventure in the Dark Parables series!
When a young apprentice goes missing in search of a cursed painting, you rush to investigate. You arrive to find much more than old superstitions at play as art and reality collide, threatening to spread destruction over the realm! Can you find out the truth behind the painting of the “Princess with a Duckling” and save your world in time? Find out in this enthralling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
Uncover an intriguing mystery behind a faithful knight's family name in the bonus game! Earn a variety of unique achievements! Tons of morphing objects to find and parables to unlock! Enjoy replayable HOPs and mini-games, exclusive wallpapers, soundtrack, concept art, and more! Never get lost with the strategy guide!
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