NatGeo: World of Secrets Review, Gameplay and Tips to Play
A hidden object game that can motivate your learning spirit in Facebook, is NatGeo: World of Secrets. It is an open-ended game that works on all browser windows with enormous options to find out places and things which can push you ahead through the game. It may leave you hover a little in the same ring, but finally you reach your destination in no time.
The main character in NatGeo: World of Secrets is Ada Wellsboro from Washington. One fine evening after coming back home, she finds herself in a chaos. Looking for the culprit, she found the cat in action but at the same time she discovered a pigeon with a message from her father Wallace Wellsboro. The message was about the latest news from her father who is stuck up with his research team in the North Pole after his airship is damaged. Ada is now all set for the rescue and to extend help to her, the National Geographic Society is ready with everything.
NatGeo World of Secrets divided its game plan in two sections. There is this world map which can be customized, researched and regulated. The other is the Hidden Objects containing beautiful scenarios in lots of numbers and types. The search options are in either drop down texts or silhouettes. There aren't much stock of text to select, but the feature items are quite difficult to find out and that is the hidden trick of the game. The scenarios keep coming back with each time you go for looking at specific items required for your score. It gets trickier, when you would expect the old text list and find them replaced without your knowledge. Even the places keep changing in your trips. But the scenarios in NatGeo World of Secrets are never monotonous as you feel like entering the fairy tale world of beauty and art in each scene and would rather want to see them again and again.
The game moves on with each scene and you too. Once you are over with one hidden object scene, you carry along with you few items collecting from each of the scenes. These items will add up to your list and build up the score to help Ada complete her venture to save her father. The milestones of NatGeo World of Secrets are termed as quests which will be required to bring Wallace back to his place. One of these quests may be a like finding an item to repair the airship. Your active quests are the ones which will decide the items that is required to be found out or whether a mere jump from the HOG scene will do.
NatGeo World of Secrets has the familiar microtransaction feature that is rampant in Facebook applications. There are these shops from where you can buy items to find out hidden objects by spending the game coins. The options may be bonus time, hint compasses, or investing in items that will encourage you to gain more knowledge and decorative items to improve your background scenes. Finally you reach the endpoint which gives you a satisfaction of an expedition to a wondrous world.
NatGeo World of Secrets is overall a complete game with immense fun and intrigue. Though at times repetitions may slog a little bit more than required, that doesn’t make the game fall into any negative experience. Once you experience it, NatGeo World of Secrets will ensure your visit again and again.