Adelaide, Australia – Kung Fu Takeaway today is pleased announce the updated release and immediate availability of Hidden Objects – World Traveler 1.1, a 1960’s retro-style hidden object game. From Tokyo to Kathmandu to New York and beyond, players can explore over 70 different glamorous and global destinations as they find over 700 tourist objects and collect passports. Collected passports unlock bonus destinations that players can explore.
Unlike many traditional hidden object games, Hidden Objects – World Traveler challenges the player by giving clues about which object they are searching for. Players must first solve the clue before searching the location for the object. For example, if the clue is “James Bond,” the player will be trying to find a martini glass. Each destination has 3 hints that the player may use to identify the location of the hidden object.
* Retro-styled graphics and high definition User Interface
* Over 70 different destinations
* 4 different levels
* 700 tourist objects and local cuisines to discover
* No long-winded story
* Ability to take as long as desired finding objects – no time limits or energy bars
* No penalties for incorrect guesses
* Unlock bonus destinations by collecting passports
* Online solutions available
* Tips via Facebook page and inspirational Pinterest Travel Board
Hidden Objects – World Traveler does not impose time limits to complete searches. As a result, players can take their time as they solve clues and search for the tourist objects. There are also no penalties for wrong guesses. With its 1960’s retro-style graphics, high definition detailed scenes, and sound effects, Hidden Objects – World Traveler is designed to help the player relax and enjoy themselves.
To create a more interactive experience, Hidden Objects – World Traveler includes local cuisines to discover, in-flight meals and score by completing destinations that earn them air miles. Additionally, there is also a link to a Pinterest Travel board that includes images from holiday destinations and retro travel posters.
“We love the cool, glamorous vibe of the 1960’s and wanted to create a casual game that embraced that era while offering a laid-back and relaxing challenge to players,” says Andik Morgenstern, owner of Kung Fu Takeaway. “The retro-inspired graphics of the game are all high definition and we’ve also incorporated music and sound effects that are very reminiscent of travel during the 1960’s. With Hidden Objects – World Traveler, players can pick up local phrases, earn air miles and enjoy In-flight meals (well, a picture of a meal), and experience the holiday of a lifetime!”
Mac OS X Requirements:
* 10.7 or later
* 64-Bit processor
* Size 164 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Hidden Objects – World Traveler 1.1 is available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Games category for 1.99 USD.
Based in Adelaide, Australia, Kung Fu Takeaway was founded in 2012 by Andik Morgenstern. Kung Fu Takeaway is only in its second year of producing very casual games. That is until we get enough money to produce an RPG. Copyright (C) 2014 Kung Fu Takeaway. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.