Can you, without exceeding the click limit, search out and collect all 125 objects camouflaged among these Hidden Hills? Do that fast as you can and not only will you feel like an awesomesauced super searcher, you'll brag the highest score. If your fingers are already more fidgety than poised over bubble wrap in contemplation of it, then this pure hidden object game from EvilLemon is designed just for you. The saturated springtime hues and fanciful scenery is easy on the eyes although it isn't as simplistic as it sounds—the design's quite clever and keen eyesight with a smidgen of strategy is required because you must complete your first set to earn more clicks and continue. So have patience and be willing strain your eyes to catch all objects; some are easily seen, others surreptitiously blend in while changing cursor wards off chagrin. Yet the artwork is so pretty, taking the time to just lazily gaze is equally enjoyable. Seeking a light, quick and relaxing means to while away a few minutes? Then...
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