Wander the galleries and find inaccuracies on a series of masterpieces in Hidden Art: Twilight at Museum. Discover 4 game modes, play against the time and prove a connoisseur in this artful hidden object game.
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Did you know that many painters leave easter eggs for true connoisseurs of art? Have you ever come across historical discrepancies on a canvas? Would you like to get to the bottom of the symbolic meaning of the recognized masterpieces? Play Hidden Art: Twilight in Museum and find hidden objects on the classic works of Sandro Botticelli, Edouard Manet, Pieter Paul Rubens, Ilya Repin and other eminent artists of various schools and epochs.
– 4 creative game modes (Blitz, Quiz, Joke and Words)
– 3 level packs with dozens of hidden masterpieces within
– Amazing facts about the paintings you thought you know
– Family-friendly i-spy gameplay
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While Mona Lisa proves the best known and the most parodied work of art in the world, there still remains plenty of room for imagination and mockery. During the open night in the museum some artful joker crawled in and decided to fill in the details on all canvases exhibited in the Classic Art Gallery. Now you must arm yourself with patience and power of observation and help the masterpieces recover from the effects of the culprit's creative mood.
Hidden Art offers you to solve the secrets of great art and search for elements that an artist might not have originally painted. Playing seek-and-find with an unknown forger turns up a real challenge because not all the misfits are as obvious as surveillance cameras and cell phones. This straightforward find it game features four playing modes in which you are supposed to seek for the hidden objects by word list or silhouettes playing against the time. The quiz for the art experts is sure to reveal the secret message behind a canvas you thought you knew, unveiling the artist's background and the realities of his epoch. It's twilight in the museum and it's high time to solve the classic hidden object mysteries.