Reviewed in Point and click adventures
When I started City of Secrets it was like finding a delightful portal to my grandparents house. As a child, I'd spend hours on end playing LucasArts point-and-click adventures like this on my grandpa's computer. The bad thing, though, is that while City of Secrets is so clearly influenced by the great things these fantastic classic adventure games did, it also does little to alleviate their mistakes. Combine this with its sometimes poor use of the touch screen, and what you have is a fun adventure tempered by moments of frustration.
With over a million sales on other platforms, Mr Moles now debut on Android. English language version.
"... best adventure games I’ve ever seen on the iDevice" - TouchMyApps
"City of Secrets is utterly impressive with its polished presentation, fluid 3D animations, and full voiceovers." - iPadModo
Want to see my Mole? If you're tired of hammering bird brains against the wall, go underground in the tap adventure game, City of Secrets. Requires logic and puzzle solving skills so turn your brain back on and prove you know your head from a Mole in the ground.
Enter a brilliant high definition world of revolution, mystery, and adventure as you pull together the clues and solve puzzles to uncover the sinister plot. Get it on the tablet for the vivid big screen impact.
The hero's – Rex, the dog, and Mr. Moles - well of course - the mole, can't save Poco Pane without you.
City of Secrets is a classical point and click adventure game presented with beautiful hand drawn art, layered backgrounds and a 3D character cast, fully spoken throughout.
After sales of over a million games, Rex and Mr. Moles have been on adventures across the World for many platforms! They are now making their debut globally on Android. We love to entertain and are confident that aideMMedia is one palindrome you will instantly love.
The game can be tougher than your college entrance exam and it isn’t clear yet if you will need help from your friends or some little kid to solve the sinister plot.
There are several methods in the game to point players in the right direction such as a notebook containing a list of completed and 'to-do' tasks - and a hint system giving a written clue for the next most important task if you really get stuck.
Better than an IQ test, challenge your friends to see who can solve the sinister plot first. Good luck.
Please contact us at support@aideMMedia.com if you get stuck or with any issues.
* Brightness can be adjusted in your device 'Settings' if necessary.
* If your device won't tilt to sort the trash, make sure the screen orientation is not locked.