Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries


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It’s 1952, and the U.S. Air Force is operating a top-secret investigation: Project Blue Book. As a newly recruited agent, it’s your job to uncover the truth behind these real declassified UFO sightings. Test your observation and investigation skills in this out-of-this-world hidden object adventure!

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  • Challenge your observation and deduction skills!
  • Experience chilling mysteries based on real declassified UFO investigations!
  • Solve hundreds of hidden object scenes, puzzles and minigames!
  • Investigate alongside Dr. J. Allen Hynek (played by Aidan Gillen from “Game Of Thrones”) and Captain Michael Quinn (played by Michael Malarkey from “The Vampire Diaries”)!

About Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries

Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries is the official hidden object adventure game based on HISTORY’s hit drama series PROJECT BLUE BOOK, created by David O’Leary, and executive produced by Academy Award and Golden Globe® winner Robert Zemeckis. The series explores the historical Top Secret investigations into UFOs conducted by the U.S. Air Force between 1952 and 1969.

System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/ Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.4GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB (2 GB)
  • DirectX: 9.0c

3 reviews for Project Blue Book: Hidden Mysteries

  1. Jonah

    – good artwork for scenes, hidden objects, and characters
    – interesting storyline and plot
    – cutscenes and audio that get the player immersed
    – the player is given a “why” to what they are doing, rather than just mindlessly finding objects
    – good price compared to some other hidden object games

    – minor bugs
    – limited options to alter gameplay to player’s wants/needs

    Pro/con (player dependent):
    – Explicitly hidden object orientated (if focusing on progressing in the game; the minigames are optional)
    – Some timed hidden object scenes
    – Lots of dialogue

    As far as hidden object games go, this one really stays true to the name. The good news is that this game does hidden object scenes well. Though, some puzzle game players might not like this style of hidden object game, being pretty much explicitly hidden object. Regardless of gameplay preferences, the audio, character and scene artwork, dialogue, and cutscenes are top notch. I recommend picking it up!

    Personal end rating:
    4/5 stars

    For players on the opposite end of the spectrum:
    – who become bored with hidden object scenes and prefer other methods of puzzles
    – don’t care about aesthetics (audio and artwork)
    – don’t care about plot or characters
    the rating would probably be 2-3 stars

    I hope this review helps anyone who is thinking about picking up the game and who want to make an informed decision.
    Have a great day 😀

  2. LINDA (verified owner)

    not interesting

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    not my kind of game but the graphics are good

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