ProverbIdioms - Hidden Objects Puzzle Game

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Do you think you are good with English Sayings or Idioms? Want to test your English Idiom Skills or want to improve your English Idioms? Here’s an amazing hidden objects mystery game with Proverb Idioms that is better than any other Idiom Quiz app.

Still wondering how ProverbIdioms - Hidden Objects Mystery Game works? Here’s how the Proverb Idiom Finder game works -
👁️‍🗨️ Start with a Painting that has hundreds of humorous, bizarre and sometimes risqué interpretations of everyday sayings
👁️‍🗨️ Get an English Saying that you must find in the painting. Imagine a real case of finding “butterflies in the stomach”
👁️‍🗨️ Zoom in and zoom out to get the details characters in the painting
👁️‍🗨️ Tap on the character/section on the painting where you find the answer
👁️‍🗨️ If you guess it right, you get the meaning of the idiom
👁️‍🗨️ Guess fast to collect coins

Keep guessing different English Sayings. Hundreds of sayings are hidden in the painting. The faster you guess, the more coins you score.

You can find a lot of fun English saying painted literally in this hidden objects game. Imagine looking for “to butter someone up” painted. Check our screenshots or video to see what we mean. We bet you will love this hidden mystery game.

Imagine finding real paintings of the below idioms -
- Break the ice
- Cut the rug
- Cat got your tongue
- Burning the candle at both ends

ProverbIdioms posters and jigsaws are already very popular and hundreds of thousands of people have already purchased them. Now for the first time, Proverbidioms the App offers a whole new interactive experience to give you hours of addictive, unsurpassed fun and learning with the ProverbIdioms Game.

The Game includes 5 different paintings with 5 unique games. Play the first one for free!

Famous ProverbIdioms Painting
Proverbidioms is an oil painting by American artist T. E. Breitenbach depicting over 300 common proverbs, catchphrases, and clichés such as "You are what you eat", "a frog in the throat", and "kicked the bucket". It is painted on a 45 by 67 inch wooden panel and was completed in 1975 after two years work, when the artist was 24. The included sayings are painted quite literally and appear comical and bizarre, especially if one does not at first realize what the painting is about. For example, "You are what you eat" is represented in the painting by a carrot eating a carrot.

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What's New

Very important bug fix which caused some players to experience idioms automatically being found.
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Additional Information

Updated
June 14, 2020
Size
56M
Installs
5,000+
Current Version
7.46
Requires Android
5.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Interactive Elements
Digital Purchases
In-app Products
$2.99 - $15.99 per item
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Offered By
Long View Labs
Developer
13 Cirrus Lane, Redcliffs, Christchurch 8081, New Zealand
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