There are some games that transcend its genre and become something more. Pure Hidden is one of those titles. It’s a hidden object game with a few puzzles thrown in, but it’s so much more than that. It’s an experience. One that has to be played to be understood.
That’s not to say it’s perfect. There’s no story. Some of the activities seem tacked on, like decorating the bathroom. Awards would have been nice. However, all of that is irrelevant when it comes right down to it.
The art style is amazing. Every hidden object level is a feast for the eyes. The further you go in the game, the more challenge there is. It never is so hard that hints become absolutely necessary to progress. From the very first hidden object level to the last, the diversity and beauty of the scenes make up for any quirks the game may present.