Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond Collectors Edition

You’re on a train in the middle of nowhere, and a band of dangerous thieves demand you tell them where to find the Hope Diamond’s shards. As the newest Hidden Expedition recruit, you’ve got to find the shards before they do… In this exciting continuation of the Hidden Expedition series, your journey takes you from the Smithsonian Institution’s iconic castle to the remotest jungle as you track down the missing shards and learn the Hope Diamond’s secrets. Check out the Smithsonian's sneak peek of Mystery of the Hope Diamond. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Everest ahead of three competing expedition clubs. The games that give you all the hidden object scenes as a group are my favorites. The Collector's Edition was Trade Mania 2 on June Dolphin Dice Slots, But first the player must find a mysterious adventurer who can help them find a hidden passage up. Best game I've played Ever! Also LOVE that the collector's edition allows you to play all the hidden object scenes repeatedly and records how well you do. You don't have to replay the whole game to play the scenes again. Anyone familiar with the excellent "Hidden Expedition" series likely already knows how fun that series is, but in case you have not, you generally head to interesting parts of the world in search of artifacts. This installment ups the ante, starting you right off toward the end of the tale and working your way back up to that point. The tone was just right as it never hit you over the head or made it a book report. Rated 5 out of 5 by amyechandler from great value Loved how many times the storyine changed the venue. According to Big Fish Games, this was the first such video game collaboration for the The Mahjong Huntress. For me the game flowed well and I was glad there was an extra episode at the end. Walk down twice. Place the items where they belong

Go to the Crypt D. The Smithsonian Hope Diamond hidden adventure game is exactly what I hoped it would be-well done! Place the bulb C on the lamp to activate a HOP. I also really liked learning facts as you play. The game itself moves along nicely, involves plenty of minigames that are just hard enough, and keeps the HO scenes interesting with different layered versions throughout. I just want to thank the developers for giving us a game that doesn't rehash stories with witches, monsters, lost sisters, and dark locations. Collector's Edition version was released on Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gooberteasdale from Game of the Year Candidate! The adventure takes us back to the Smithsonian to uncover a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding of the institution. This game deserves it. Graphics and sound are both well done. My fellow reviewers have written great reviews with all the details. According to independent tracking site game-sales-charts.

I just want to thank the developers for giving us a Hidden Object: Home Makeover that doesn't rehash stories with witches, monsters, lost sisters, and dark locations. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Fantastic Entry My favorite type of hidden object game plays more like an adventure, with the search elements blended into the storyline. Return to the Castle lobby. The CCollectors was released on February 10, The tone was just right as it never hit you over the head or made it a book report.


Many of the original objects were too small to find once the pictures were rescaled to the x size, resulting in the scenes and some mini-games having to be changed. Exit the Elevator. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cliftonman10 from Truly Epic game This has to be one of the best games around. Played the CE version and had a great time trying to complete the achievements.. Enter the Train closet G. Players have a limited time to search hidden object scenes in each area of the ship, or their oxygen will run out. Bonus chapter was one of the few letdowns for me, as it took what up until that point had been a science-based story and turned it into complete fantasy. This game is "just right. Love the graphics, does not drive you crazy looking for the next clue and everything is visibly clear. Absolute joy to play. Press the 2 button E. Press the 3 button G. Like many games, once I get bored with them I don't even bother playing the bonus. According to Big Fish Games, this was the first such video game collaboration for the Smithsonian. The games that give you all the hidden object scenes as a group are my favorites.

Go to the Gem Room Z1. For me the game flowed well and I was glad there was an extra episode at the end. Retrieved 21 December Everest climber, Ed Viesturs as an assistant who provides players with guidance on various locations. This game is a real joy to play. Mini-games and HOPs are sometimes randomized; your solution may vary. Graphics and sound are both well done. Go to the Castle doorway S. Rated 5 out of 5 by amyechandler from great value Loved how many times the storyine changed the venue. Best game I've played Ever! Credit to all involved in an outstanding game Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grassroots73 from Wowzer! In addition to giving you a solid scholarly version of the action hero, you will collect cards giving you facts about the museum that are truly interesting and add to the story. Walk down twice.

Go to the Elevator. This leads the player through a variety of locations in Latin America, Europe, and Asia before ending at Mt. Swap the bobbleheads as shown. Watch for morphs there. The Smithsonian Hope Diamond hidden adventure game is exactly what I hoped it would be-well done! The game was released on February 10, Particularly like the Hidden Expedition games-the graphics are outstanding and bits of humor thrown into the storyline equals great fun. This installment ups the ante, starting you right off toward the end of the tale and working your way back up to that point. Press the 2 button E. The Smithsonian signed off on its inclusion in this tale about one of the world's most mysterious artifacts, the Hope Diamond, and you can see why. Game is not very hard, so it makes the game flow easily. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by prettygirllost from Great Hidden Object game I really enjoyed this game. For me the game flowed well and I was glad there was an extra episode at the end.

7 thoughts on “Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond Collectors Edition

  1. Go to the Owl tower top Z. Loved this Game! The game itself moves along nicely, involves plenty of minigames that are just hard enough, and keeps the HO scenes interesting with different layered versions throughout.

  2. The Collector's Edition differs from the regular version in that it includes extra gameplay, a built-in strategy guide, concept art , and computer wallpapers. The game itself moves along nicely, involves plenty of minigames that are just hard enough, and keeps the HO scenes interesting with different layered versions throughout. Everest climber, Ed Viesturs as an assistant who provides players with guidance on various locations.

  3. The Collector's Edition was released on June 2, Solution: F, Hx4, G, Hx4. Given that this is based on a museum, that could have been done better as well. The tone was just right as it never hit you over the head or made it a book report. It's not creepy yet fun, vibrant and challenging.

  4. You don't have to replay the whole game to play the scenes again. You can replay HOS if you missed something. I just had to mention this is by far my favorite HOG thus far. The adventure takes us back to the Smithsonian to uncover a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding of the institution.

  5. The game itself moves along nicely, involves plenty of minigames that are just hard enough, and keeps the HO scenes interesting with different layered versions throughout. Like many games, once I get bored with them I don't even bother playing the bonus. I haven't given a 5 star rating in a long time. The Collector's Edition was released on September 2,

  6. Puzzles and hidden objects were fun. Also love that you can replay all of the mini-games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cliftonman10 from Truly Epic game This has to be one of the best games around. Go to the Elevator.

  7. Talk to the man R. Mini games and HOSs are very interactive. But these are minor quibbles. Bonus chapter was one of the few letdowns for me, as it took what up until that point had been a science-based story and turned it into complete fantasy. Like many games, once I get bored with them I don't even bother playing the bonus.

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