Hidden Expedition: The Pearl

Hidden Expedition: The Pearl

By Big Fish Premium, LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-01-31
  • Current Version: 1.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 951.80 MB
  • Developer: Big Fish Premium, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 652 Reviews)
  • Price:
Hidden Expedition: The Pearl App Ratings: 4.5
From 652 Reviews

Hidden Expedition: The Pearl App Description

Discover the newest hidden objects mystery game from the TOP SELLING premium games company, Big Fish. With more than 26 million premium game downloads worldwide, Big Fish gives you exciting new mysteries to solve each week! The H.E.L.P agency has requested your assistance with recovering a stolen treasure that once belonged to the great Marco Polo. In 1324, he gifted a powerful pearl to his friend, Peter Tayal, who promised to pass it down through his family to keep the Zambetti Family from acquiring it. Venture around the world as you search for colorful hidden objects and unravel exciting puzzles to collect clues! Also, travel to Venice in the daring bonus chapter to save the city from an incoming tide! Can you follow the trail and expose the thief in this exhilarating Hidden Object adventure? *** Discover more from Big Fish! *** Check out our entire game library with our Big Fish Games app absolutely FREE here: http://bigfi.sh/BigFishGamesApp Sign up for our newsletter and never miss a new release or promotion again: http://bigfi.sh/iSplashNewsletter Big Fish is the leading global marketplace to discover and enjoy casual games. You can enjoy our virtually endless selection of games anytime, anywhere — on your PC, Mac, mobile phone, or tablet. Learn more at bigfishgames.com! Become a fan on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BigFishGames Follow us on Twitter: http://bigfi.sh/BigFishTwitter


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App Reviews

  • One of my favorites...

    By Ba-da-boom
    Lots of reviews both ways. I seldom review, but this game makes me want to! I don't know that there's anything groundbreaking, but for me this is a solid game that I enjoy replaying.
  • Terrific

    By LCastejon
    I don’t get the reviews saying the puzzles were too difficult...?? I did this game with my 4-year-old. The clues and hidden objects made sense and were not so far apart that he couldn’t remember where we saw something or needed an object. The gameplay was separated into very manageable sections. Also, it was not creepy or gory, which is nice for playing as a family. Loved it!
  • Waste of money

    By musictomyears2
    I usually start a hidden object game and want to play it to the end. This one couldn’t keep my interest. I finished the game but it has been over a week and I am not that interested in doing the bonus game. Some of the Hidden Expedition games have been great. This one is not.
  • Just OK

    By Lest282
    It's OK if he only had to pay 2.99
  • Loved it

    By appalcarp
    I only hold back one star because it was a bit short and the puzzles were very difficult. The bonus was VERY short. But it was a nice adventure detective-style.
  • Disappointed

    By sexycc2011
    Right after I purchased this game went downhill. From the storyline to the mini games that have little instruction and too complex. I finished the main game and tried to play bonus game but was stuck right from beginning trying to put the ring into the mini puzzle. No matter how much I try to drag to the center it won’t work. Want my money back !
  • Way too frustrating to play

    By SuperSmurfette
    Unlike previous versions of Hidden Expeditions, this one is extremely hard to play, with very little flow in logic of what to do in each scene. I found myself constantly stuck, and I’m no newbie. There was one scene where the character the player assumes is handcuffed to chair, yet the next move was to reach a cabinet on the desk which was too far away for anything else on the desk. Hidden Expeditions used to be a safe bet for purchase, and I bought this one before I even began to play. I don’t think I’ll finish and will delete it. Such a shame. Game designers, please do better next time and don’t waste our time and money.
  • Hard to play

    By RedNYC
    This game seemed promising at first. I especially enjoyed being caught under water! There were lots of creative problems to solve, but as the game went on, they became harder, not as interesting, and frustrating. The game play is way too small for iPhones. I couldn’t scroll through my items without activating the map. Most puzzles I couldn’t solve because the parts were too small on my phone. The HOPs were ok, and the story went nowhere. What did the pearl have to do with anything. Guess I’m just confused. Don’t pay full price for this one, folks.
  • Controls are unusable on smaller iPhones

    By Ferenge
    It takes about 10 tries to navigate ‘back’ without selecting one of my items instead. I was trying to play the arrow game and every time I tried to select the right arrow, the pop up closed. A pity since it looks fun otherwise. Unfortunately is seems like a lot of the hidden object games makers have just written off smaller phones.
  • Hidden Expedition: The Pearl of Discord by LynxMinx

    By lynx minx
    Although I love this series, I did not love this game. I cannot and will not rate a game 5 stars when I feel it is flawed. You could customize settings. The storyline was easy to follow. There was no cohesive journal but objectives were regularly updated. The graphics embodied the culture of each nation one visited; however they lacked visual acuity and should have been way crisper. Inventory was labeled and there were complex items to assemble. There was a marked teleport map to transport you instantaneously between locations. At each location you must collect a key symbol; the indicator changes from a pale yellow to a bright golden hue. You must also collect fact cards, which impart knowledge and are enjoyable to read. There wasn’t a plethora of tasks at most locations. The HO scenes were not extraordinary and it would have been nice if an alternative puzzle had been provided. The puzzles/games were for the most part on the trickier side; I like to find solutions so at least there were some new ones and they weren’t simplistic. On occasion there were some touch screen sensitivity issues, but they weren’t overly noticeable. This game was extremely short even inclusive of the bonus adventure. I deducted stars for length, graphics and lack of enjoyment. My actual rating will be 3.5 stars. Happy gaming, everyone! UPDATE: to those of you who haven’t played Noir Chronicles, it was a winner!