- Release Date: August 6, 2012
- Publisher: Amazon Game Studio
- Developer: Amazon Game Studio
- Genre: Hidden Object Game
Living Classics is a Facebook Hidden object game where you click on the moving objects illustrated in the colorful and vibrant pictures from Alice in Wonderland to ancient Greece. In the game, you explore various famous pictures, reunite families of catoon foxes and more. Start your journey like Alice in Wonderland.
Living Classics alters the way a hidden object game goes. If you have ever played a picture or more in Living Classics, you would probably be summoned back to your childhood. As the game’s first series of adventure initially suggests your adventure is about an exploration of fantasy magical wonderland.
Almost all of the traditional HOG’s Hidden Objects are completely lifeless, while the objects in living Classics appears energetic, plants and animals happily growing, items occasionally moving and even the moon smiling although behavior changes of some moving objects are hardly perceptible in a second.
However, the problems arise when you play the game at most 10 minutes. You will immediately realize that you are short of everyting like energy, cash, and heart. Worse enough is you cannot get such items in a short time and the only way to get Cash is to purchase using the real money. Even though you were able to unlock four pictures in the book “Alice in Wonderland”, you still cannot do nothing in the next phase of Pirate Adventure, not mention to King Arthur, Wild West Tales, and Wizard of OZ.
The game’s mathematic is totally beyond all reason, leaving players in a position of choosing two Yes, or No. Yes is spend money, no is get out of here. Maybe you will contend that “why not invite your friends and send gift to them. They may send back gifts to you. After all, this is a social game.”
I had a frustrating experience regarding such embarrassing behavior. First, all of my classmate friends do not love playing games on Facebook and they would stay quietly browsing through pictures and stories. Other remotely virtual friends of mine are hardcore gamers who may report my invitation as Spamming. My facebook account was banned for some times due to such reason I think.
The Living Classic characters and pictures have already materialized into my mind, but the game becomes the past. There is no denying the ingenuity of the people behind Living Classics, but the game’s mechanism as a whole should be adjusted as soon as possible, otherwise, the game will be forgettable.
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