Twin Moons Society: Hidden Mystery Receives Update

G5 Entertainment are squarely entrenched in the casual game market. Their game catalog is full of games that are easy to pick up, understand, and just enjoy by gamers of most ages. Twin Moon Society: Hidden Mystery is no different; this casual hidden object game has just received a new update.

The background story is definitely set in the adventurous age. Your father, a famous researcher who explored enigmatic portals all of his life, has gone missing. Enigmatic portals cannot be trusted. Wanting your father back safe and sound, you take on the task of rescuing him, or at least finding him and checking up on him. While unlikely, he may have stumbled upon a wonderful world full of fun and entertainment. Yep, highly unlikely.

New scenes such as “Witch’s Hut”, “Pilgrim Town”, and “Viking Village” are available to you in this new “Winter Update”. There are more than 40 new event quests (bringing over 200 new levels) to conquer and five exclusive collections to collect (featuring over 30 items).

There are plenty of mini games that will break up the monotony of finding objects in convoluted pictures and help push the storyline forward. Some of these mini games will be familiar to gamers that play a large variety of other games. If you have a wide variety of gaming in your background then these mini games will be simple, or at least quick for you to understand the premise.

Hidden object games are a favorite among a large group of gamers. G5 Entertainment keeps their titles available across many platforms including iPhone and iPad to Android (both Google Play and Amazon’s App Store). Hidden object games often contain a wide variety of gaming aspects that keep players engaged.

Twin Moon Society: Hidden Mystery by G5 Entertainment
Platform: Android (Google Play and Amazon App Store) and iTunes for iPad and iPhone
Genre: Hidden Object
In App Purchases: Yes
Rated: E for Everyone on Google Play and 4+ on iTunes
Available now on , and the iTunes App Store

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