We've come across a very intense game for those with a love of the hidden object genre. The Letters from Nowhere 2D HD app for your iPad requires all your attention and focus as you search through the town of Nowhere and find the clues scattered around. The goal is to break the curse that is plaguing the town. You will move through 50 different locations during your search and there are all kinds of wonderful gaming features that help to make the experience all the more exciting.
Letters from Nowhere 2 HD is actually a sequel where you will be picking up with main character Audrey in hopes to find her husband, who is missing. You will need to make your way through 50 different locations and search for all the clues along the way. These clues are what will help you break the curse that is holding this sleepy town hostage. As part of the story you will discover that Audrey's husband is actually doomed to death thanks to the fact he is a descendant of a cursed family. If Audrey wants things to be set right this curse needs to be lifted for good.
The app was last updated almost a year ago when there were some small bug fixes and overall improvements. The app is free to download and play and requires iOS 5.1.1 and currently has 4.5 out of five stars from players. Customers seem to really enjoy the gameplay, the graphics, and the intrigue of the game but find some of the content is a bit repetitive.
Enjoy all kinds of detailed locations
Additional Gaming Features
The Letters from Nowhere 2 HD app feels more like a mystery movie rather than a game. There are 11 mini games, 11 adventure settings, there are two additional play modes which are puzzles and unlimited, and there are four different search powers. The app supports the Game Center as well. You will be looking for the pages from the diary that has gone missing and these pages are well hidden and can be anywhere.
The scenes are highly detailed and the graphics are impressive; just don't expect these levels to be easy to clear. Some of the items are incredibly tricky to find but that’s the whole point of the game. As players have stated things can start to feel a bit repetitive but that's the case with many of the games in this genre.
Find all the pages so you can solve the mystery and break the curse