Popular Plays – Best of 2013 – Top 6 Hidden Object Games


The Best Hidden Object Games of 2013

Aquascapes Collector’s Edition


Explore an incredible underwater world!

If you loved Fishdom, you’ll be head over fins for Aquascapes Collector’s Edition! Care for your fishy friends and find hidden objects to earn money!

Big City Adventure Paris


Romantic Paris waits for you!

The latest chapter in the hit Hidden Object series is here! Explore Paris in the classic Big City Adventure way. Play Big City Adventures Paris today!

Chronicles of Albian 2: The Wizbury School of Magic


Who took the gold from the Magic School?

Who took the school’s gold – right before the Magician’s Guild inspection?! Search for clues in Chronicles of Albian 2: The Wizbury School of Magic.

100% Hidden Objects


No story gets in the way of this game!

No need to worry about story, just search your heart out! There’s nothing to distract you from the gameplay in 100% Hidden Objects!

Castle: Never Judge a Book by Its Cover


Based on the hit TV show!

Join the novelist Richard Castle and his partner Detective Kate Beckett in this hidden object mystery adventure – Never Judge a Book by its Cover.

Mysteries of the Undead


You must stop a zombie epidemic!

Does a virus raise the dead… or is it magic? In the hidden object game Mysteries of the Undead, you must stop a zombie epidemic!

See all of 2013′s Best Games here! Have you played them all, yet?

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4 Responses to “Popular Plays – Best of 2013 – Top 6 Hidden Object Games”

  1. Spock January 3, 2014 at 5:21 PM #

    Hmm, I can see I’m in trouble now. My wife enjoys watching the TV series Castle and my daughter is a big fan of H.O.G.s …

    • Mari January 3, 2014 at 7:45 PM #

      They’ll be in… wait for it… HOG heaven!

      (I couldn’t help myself.)

  2. Spock January 4, 2014 at 1:02 PM #


    Don’t doubt for a minute that I wasn’t thinking the exact same thing when I posted but …

    Booooo! :p

    • Mari January 6, 2014 at 12:33 PM #


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