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“Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic”, if you need a digital copy of “Where's Wally” |  games

“Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic”, if you need a digital copy of “Where's Wally” | games

Game review“Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic” is a game produced by independent Belgian studio Rogueside. Using a digital magnifying glass, you can search for hand-drawn objects in mythical worlds.

Although it is a slow, casual, fun game meant to be played alone, you can definitely play it with friends or family on the big screen. It's something different from your average board game.

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You can play in campaign mode, but you can also play and rate cards from other players. In campaign mode, you can choose from four themes: 1980s, One Thousand and One Nights, Greek Mythology, or Medieval. You can also choose maps from other players, or of course create your own and share them with others.

© Rogueside

Once you find the necessary number of objects, you can proceed to the next level. But you can also wait a while to search for “Easter eggs”, for example, or be obsessed and not rest until you actually find all the things.

Rogueside
© Rogueside

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Visually, the game isn't amazing, even though everything is hand-drawn, but it's okay. The game also gets a bit boring in the long run, because you have to keep looking for similar things and the number is eventually limited. The music, which gets a bit monotonous towards the end, isn't really great, but thankfully it's always soothing. This is something too.

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Rogueside
© Rogueside

Officially, there's also a story tied to the game, but that's not that impactful. If a good story is important to you, then you should play something else.

Rogueside
© Rogueside

Resolution: 6/10

“Hidden Through Time 2” is perfect for a cold, damp winter evening or a nice Sunday. Just let go of all the stress and clear your mind by focusing on the pixels – or that's the idea.

Rogueside
© Rogueside

But to be honest, we often get frustrated when we can't find that last thing. Fortunately, you don't have to complete the entire map if you don't find something. There are also tips available that can sometimes give a hint on exactly where to look.

Rogueside
© Rogueside