Secrets of Great Art

Secrets slither within the canvas in Secrets of Great Art. Only you can uncover the truth behind the brush strokes! Help your amnesia stricken hero recover his lost memory and solve the mystery hidden within antique paintings. Explore 60 unique levels of beautiful paintings and put your perception skills to the test.

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The game is also pretty extensive, so I'm sure you will be playing it for a while. The end of the game sneaks up on you as "to be continued" so after playing all this time and struggling to keep up with the storyline, I'm suddenly left hanging. You don't have to be old to like good art, you just have to be appreciative of the artist efforts and ability to capture the beauty of the world Stone Jong which we live, in times when there were Secrets of Great Art cameras to shoot photos or videos, to Lifeline that beauty. Not for the kiddies, though, LandGrabbers most of us under Mini-games include spot-the-differences games, sliding puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, memory games, among others. Don't think I would have found the objects without them. Some of the images Secrets of Great Art such low contrast that it was impossible to see that anything was there, even with my screen contrast turned up all the way. The scenes are beautiful and it's a long game good for many replays! I cannot properly think Lighthouse Lunacy I have to rush to decide Elven Legend is the best solution when the time to make decisions and play is about to expire. The music was pretty good, too- never did get on my nerves like some game music does. Frankly, it was rambling, hard to follow, and a bit stupid. Some items were easier to locate than others because of the name given - also, help may need to be given to young kids because of this fact. The graphics are fantastic and the music is really pleasant and relaxing. Whenever you start a new level, there Hoyle Illusions Mahjongg a brief letter from the main character telling you a bit more about his story. It seemed like whoever wrote it tried to combine several different genres into one or it was like that game where one person starts out a story and then another continues it, ad nauseum.

My reasons not to give 5 stars to this game are, first you cannot go back and 'replay' a painting; second the name of the painting and the name of the painter appear only for a few seconds and you don't have a 'gallery' like the one on the "Hidden World of Art" game where you can go back and see the painting and the information; and third, the name of the musical piece used as background is not listed in the 'credits' section and I would like to know how it is called and who wrote it. Frankly, it was rambling, hard to follow, and a bit stupid. It is a shame that it doesn't include a relaxed mode to take as much as you want. I just expected more according to previous reviews but I was disappointed. You are given three hints per page and at times, you may be wishing for a few more - just take a closer look in the dark-areas and corners. If you like excitement and an intriguing story, this game might be for you, as long as you're not put off by the slow pace and large amount of hidden objects to find. The main thing that drove me nuts was the storyline! Sure, the beam of light around the cursor was helpful for the dark pictures, but it was no help at all for the majority, which were just too light. It was so pretty I will play it again,and again. It even got my dad playing. The game is also pretty extensive, so I'm sure you will be playing it for a while. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow.

Overall, this was a slow and relaxing paced game with beautiful art - enjoyable to replay again. Took a good amount of time and I enjoyed it. Once this game is completed - about 60 pages worth, you are placed on the 'high-score' list and can Secrets of Great Art the adventure all over again. Mini-games include spot-the-differences games, sliding puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, memory games, among others. The objects themselves aren't the color they are in real life, so that's weird too. I would have given it four stars. Oh, sure, I'm sure art critics and your grandmother will rave about these images, but for the rest of us The game provides Solitaire Blocks: Royal Rescue hints per level that can be used as you wish, although some points will be deducted from your score.


There are some puzzles where you look for differences but this isn't hard. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow. My reasons not to give 5 stars to this game are, first you cannot go back and 'replay' a painting; second the name of the painting and the name of the painter appear only for a few seconds and you don't have a 'gallery' like the one on the "Hidden World of Art" game where you can go back and see the painting and the information; and third, the name of the musical piece used as background is not listed in the 'credits' section and I would like to know how it is called and who wrote it. I would have given it four stars. I liked this game and I bougth it before the trial time expired because, to me, it was easy to spot the differences or the odd objects in the paintings, because the background music is not only beautiful but also very appropriate with the paintings, and because it is not timed, it is relaxing I am a thinker not a runner. After finding objects hidden in art works you realize you're looking for the same stupid things over and over again. It was so pretty I will play it again,and again. The only real flaw I saw was in the convoluted, baffling, hot mess of a story line. I just expected more according to previous reviews but I was disappointed. Hidden object games are well-done, since the objects are cleverly hidden and some of them are perfectly camouflaged with the background. They're like snapshots from the past so I enjoyed studying them. Although the objects were farily easy to find in most of the paintings, the "find the differences" scenes seemed to be more difficult. There are also penalties for multiple clicking without finding an object.

If you clicked the wrong one first, you got penalized. Then there appear the names of the painting and its creator. There are also penalties for multiple clicking without finding an object. The music was pretty good, too- never did get on my nerves like some game music does. I do like seeing the pictures - different idea for a game. You can start and stop the game at anytime and it will be saved. Took a good amount of time and I enjoyed it. The main thing that drove me nuts was the storyline! Some of them are easier to find than others. It even got my dad playing. Although the objects were farily easy to find in most of the paintings, the "find the differences" scenes seemed to be more difficult. You don't have to be old to like good art, you just have to be appreciative of the artist efforts and ability to capture the beauty of the world in which we live, in times when there were no cameras to shoot photos or videos, to render that beauty. Whenever you start a new level, there is a brief letter from the main character telling you a bit more about his story.

Overall, this was a slow and relaxing paced game with beautiful art - enjoyable to replay again. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow. Hidden object games are well-done, since the objects are cleverly hidden and some of them are perfectly camouflaged with the background. I enjoyed playing it the storie was okay ,but it took more than one day to go thru all the art. It was so pretty I will play it again,and again. Not for the kiddies, though, or most of us under I would have given it four stars. The game is comprised mainly of hidden object scenes and a few mini-games that depict real paintings. The game provides three hints per level that can be used as you wish, although some points will be deducted from your score. Took a good amount of time and I enjoyed it. I won't be looking for the next game, though. But some might appreciate the challenge, I realize.

14 thoughts on “Secrets of Great Art

  1. Also, the 'lighted' pointer sure helps looking for items in these areas, too - very unexpected! The story was alright and hopefully, the sequel will be more interesting overall. The music was pretty good, too- never did get on my nerves like some game music does. I'm ready to move on to something else!

  2. Frankly, it was rambling, hard to follow, and a bit stupid. The end of the game sneaks up on you as "to be continued" so after playing all this time and struggling to keep up with the storyline, I'm suddenly left hanging. I would have given it four stars. A great game for relaxation where no thought is required. This isn't a game that requires a lot of hints.

  3. Although the objects were farily easy to find in most of the paintings, the "find the differences" scenes seemed to be more difficult. The story was alright and hopefully, the sequel will be more interesting overall. You are given three hints per page and at times, you may be wishing for a few more - just take a closer look in the dark-areas and corners. This isn't a game that requires a lot of hints. No diversion to keep you interested.

  4. My reasons not to give 5 stars to this game are, first you cannot go back and 'replay' a painting; second the name of the painting and the name of the painter appear only for a few seconds and you don't have a 'gallery' like the one on the "Hidden World of Art" game where you can go back and see the painting and the information; and third, the name of the musical piece used as background is not listed in the 'credits' section and I would like to know how it is called and who wrote it. The objects are just hard enough to find and are cleverly hidden among 60 different pieces of art. You don't have to be old to like good art, you just have to be appreciative of the artist efforts and ability to capture the beauty of the world in which we live, in times when there were no cameras to shoot photos or videos, to render that beauty. There are some puzzles where you look for differences but this isn't hard. Then there appear the names of the painting and its creator.

  5. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow. You don't have to be old to like good art, you just have to be appreciative of the artist efforts and ability to capture the beauty of the world in which we live, in times when there were no cameras to shoot photos or videos, to render that beauty. The variety of finding hidden items and what's the difference between these two painting was nice.

  6. Mini-games include spot-the-differences games, sliding puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, memory games, among others. My reasons not to give 5 stars to this game are, first you cannot go back and 'replay' a painting; second the name of the painting and the name of the painter appear only for a few seconds and you don't have a 'gallery' like the one on the "Hidden World of Art" game where you can go back and see the painting and the information; and third, the name of the musical piece used as background is not listed in the 'credits' section and I would like to know how it is called and who wrote it. I don't even remember the story line and I don't care about it, but I love the choice of background music and the choice of paintings. The objects are just hard enough to find and are cleverly hidden among 60 different pieces of art.

  7. But I must say it still remains my favorite. Overall, this was a slow and relaxing paced game with beautiful art - enjoyable to replay again. You go from an exciting storyline FBI agents, memory loss to to finding objects hidden in these rather Sure, the beam of light around the cursor was helpful for the dark pictures, but it was no help at all for the majority, which were just too light.

  8. It was so pretty I will play it again,and again. You go from an exciting storyline FBI agents, memory loss to to finding objects hidden in these rather There are also penalties for multiple clicking without finding an object. Also, the 'lighted' pointer sure helps looking for items in these areas, too - very unexpected!

  9. For example, a pair of clogs are called "boots". A great game for relaxation where no thought is required. There is only one mode, and it is timed, so the faster you complete a scene, the more points you get. I just expected more according to previous reviews but I was disappointed.

  10. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow. I enjoyed playing it the storie was okay ,but it took more than one day to go thru all the art. I do like seeing the pictures - different idea for a game.

  11. A great game for relaxation where no thought is required. The music was pretty good, too- never did get on my nerves like some game music does. The variety of finding hidden items and what's the difference between these two painting was nice.

  12. Downtown Yawnsville. Oh, sure, I'm sure art critics and your grandmother will rave about these images, but for the rest of us Also, the 'lighted' pointer sure helps looking for items in these areas, too - very unexpected! Frankly, it was rambling, hard to follow, and a bit stupid.

  13. Not for the kiddies, though, or most of us under The music was pretty good, too- never did get on my nerves like some game music does. They're like snapshots from the past so I enjoyed studying them. Downtown Yawnsville.

  14. Several things I didn't like about it- one, some objects were called by different names than what we in America call them. It is a pretty standard HO as far as game play goes, just with lovely paintings, and not too difficult. The game is comprised mainly of hidden object scenes and a few mini-games that depict real paintings. I didn't expect Dickens or Austen, just something that one could follow. I cannot properly think if I have to rush to decide what is the best solution when the time to make decisions and play is about to expire.

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