Hidden Folks never needed instruments to be musical. This week, the hidden object sketchbook goes On Tour, bringing its quirky vocals to muddy festivals, basement discos and the studio floor. It's free, too, along with all of Hidden Folks' previously-released DLC - at the cost of making the charming monochrome pixel-hunt a little pricier for newcomers.
5 months ago
3 years ago
The wonderful Where's Wally 'em up Hidden Folks [official site] has added three new areas in a free update today. The centrepiece is a sprawling factory with moving production lines and some big numbers: "19,475 sprites, 3400 interactive objects, 921 characters, 540 sounds, and 28 targets," I'm told. This is a lovely game and now there is more of it and that is great. Huzzah!
5 years ago
The imaginary worlds I grew up with were Where's Wally? books (or, for our international readers, Where's Waldo, Willie, Villi, Valli, Wali, Jura, Charlie, Ubaldo...), beautiful bustling places filled with people going about their days. Stuff finding that striped fool, I wanted to gaze at everything going on! Wait, is that why I like Bernband so much? Anyway, similar pleasures are coming our way with…