Posts Tagged ‘Letters From Nowhere’

Demo: Letters From Nowhere

Can you find the lobster at home, children?

If we posted every time there was a new hidden object demo, we’d become Rock, Paper, Hidden Object Demo. Although by that logic we’re a website exclusively about shotguns, which probably isn’t the case. However, I really liked the name of this one, so it gets a link, despite being identical to all the others. It’s called Letters From Nowhere. Which makes me want to start an organisation which arranges for people to write letters to complete strangers. That would be amazing. This game – it’s ordinary. It’s a mix of objects hidden where they should be, and those disguised against the background. And of course there’s all the torn up pieces of paper and barmy attempts at a narrative as you’d expect. My husband’s gone missing! I’d best search the street outside for a dragonfly, baseball bat and lobster.

(Alternative joke for this post: “Dear Mrs Trellis, I’m writing to you to ask you to stop parking on my lawn. Yours sincerely, Mr Simon Nowhere.”)