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Rating: 3.6/5 (39 votes)
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JeremyBob's Midnight AdventureHey, you know what's fun? Going out in the middle of the night with your dog, into a dark wood looking for adventure, with absolutely NO adult supervision! Just remember your boy scout training and you should be okay. Wait... where's the section on "witches" again?

So it goes in the latest addition to the spot-the-difference genre, Bob's Midnight Adventure by Konstantin Timofeev. In this relaxing storybook tale, you follow Bob as he adventures into the night to find the secret of a strange medallion. Like most difference games, you have two screens with two cursors. When you find a difference, click to resolve the two sides. If you get stuck, just click the hint box at anytime. You have two freebie hints to use immediately, but if you run out and wait awhile, a hint will flash on the screen, something that will irk the more serious difference players. The game also features three difficulty modes; easy, medium, and hard, but this is mostly superfluous. The point of the game is really just to immerse yourself in the visuals by Azarkin Pavel, which are wonderful and look like something from an award winning children's book.

At ten screens and 5 differences each, don't expect this game to fill up an entire day, more like 10 or 15 minutes. Perfect for sitting with the kids or cuddling with your pets after a long day at work and immersing yourself in another world for a while.

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