A new month has passed and we’re ready to check out the best casual games launched in July 2014 on the biggest and best casual games portal out there, Big Fish Games. We’re trying to bring into the mix as many genres as possible, but with so many great hidden object adventures launched last month, it’s difficult not to have them dominate the charts once again.
Either way, below are the top 10 Big Fish Games released in July 2014 on the gaming portal, 10 titles you must try out right away!
Chronicle Keepers: The Dreaming Garden
You’ve spent your whole life searching for information about your past. Who was your mother and what is behind the mysterious medallion she left to you? You can’t shake the strange dreams you’ve been having lately, and the confusing, distant, memories gnaw away at you. A chance encounter at a local bookstore stops you in your tracks- an old, dusty book has symbols on it that match your medallion! What will you find in the ancient tome? Could it be true that it holds a secret passage to a distant land in another time and place? This surely can’t be a coincidence! Click here to check out this game over at Big Fish Games.
Floria was a beautiful and prosperous land. Until one day, an evil sorcerer stole its magic power and locked it into thousands of colored tiles. The evil sorcerer was defeated, but the magic power remained locked in these tiles, and the tiles were scattered throughout the land. Collect these tiles and help return life to Floria to make it habitable again! Check out this amazing match three game here.
Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Under the Crimson Moon
A blood moon has risen over a rural village in Southern France. Wild wolves are attacking the citizens at night as accusations fly about townsfolk turning into werewolves. Is Martha Patio really a werewolf, or has she been falsely accused to cover up another person’s secrets? Examine crime scenes to gather evidence and discover who is leaving strange coins on the victims and why. Your keen observation skills will help you uncover the liars, but be careful who you trust in this small town, or you’ll become the next victim! You can check out the game here.
The Other Side: Tower of Souls
Beatrice and Lily might look like any other pair of sisters, but they have a dark secret. Hidden from human eyes is a magic tower that contains a portal to the Other Side. One sister wants to open the gateway to gain knowledge and power, regardless of the consequences; the other sister wants to stop her. But which one is good and which one is evil? Check out the brilliant story behind the Tower of Souls over at Big Fish Games.
Rite of Passage: Hide and Seek
Twenty years ago, a group of children in the town of Greystone were taken by a mysterious fog while playing hide and seek, including your brother. Only you escaped… Your father went looking for your brother and never returned. Now you’ve found evidence that your father has been alive this entire time, still searching for the missing children. But why would he remain silent for so long? And why was he so determined to keep you away from Greystone? You immediately head out to find answers. But are you prepared for what awaits you in the mysterious fog? Find out in this creepy Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game – probably the game that we had most fun playing this month.
Nevertales: Shattered Image
Your daughter, Alice, has grown up to be a talented young girl – unlike other Travelers, she has a rare gift that allows her to open portals using reflective surfaces, not just books. But when a mysterious mirror-hopping monster suddenly appears through one of the portals and kidnaps Alice, the entire world starts splitting apart at the seams. Strange quakes rock the earth, and huge chasms appear out of nowhere. Now you must use your own powers to travel into Book-worlds and find the source of the trouble. Can you rescue Alice and save Taleworld before it falls apart? Click here to find out!
Hidden Expedition: The Crown of Solomon
ou’ve stopped the Robideaux family from stealing the Hope Diamond and using its shards for their own twisted ends. But before Robideaux’s cargo can make it safely back to the museum where it belongs, a criminal has stolen a valuable artifact. It’s a piece of King Solomon’s crown, long broken apart, its fragments scattered across the globe. Can you pick up the pieces in time? Find out here!
Ominous Objects: Family Portrait
You arrive home from a long business trip to discover your new home in disarray! Your wife tells you paintings throughout the house have been coming to life, and now your children are missing. Only little Leia remains, but she refuses to unlock her door. Who or what frightened her so badly… and where are your other children? As you seek them out, you realize your new home hides many dark secrets. You must uncover them before your family is cursed to remain there forever. Click here to check out the game and see if you can do it.
Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms
The doctors have failed. Now your sister, the Queen, lies on her deathbed – you are her last hope! Rumor has it that a mystical cure exists in the faraway kingdom of Goldthorne… but no one dares to go there since the last king mysteriously vanished. Do you have the courage to face the unknown and save your sister? Find out as you soar high into a world of floating islands, talking cats, and magical dragons. But beware – sinister forces are watching you from the shadows! Check out the game over at Big Fish Games.
Myths of the World: Of Fiends and Fairies
The rat catcher’s after more than rats this time. He’s kidnapping fairy folk! Where did these pixies come from, and what do they have to do with your grandfather’s fairy tales? Play both traditional and silhouette hidden-object puzzles in this dark fairy tale game. A unique new Q&A puzzle helps you discover your grandfather’s tie to the fairy realm. Head over to Big Fish Games to check this game out and get ready to be amazed!
And these would be our top 10 games released last month in the world of hidden object adventure, mostly. I really hope that you can find at least a new favorite!