If you love matching puzzles and hidden object adventure games, check out Venice Mystery Puzzle FULL (4.5/5 stars, currently priced at $2.99): a kind of Mahjohng, match game, seek-and-find adventure game hybrid. From Amazon:
Pair up and match colorful tiles to clear over 400 levels and solve an ancient mystery. Gather special power-ups that will help you on your travel through the city of Venice, one of Italy’s most interesting cities. Can you find the thirteen lost paintings from the past that hide a well hidden secret and repair the old machine to save the historical city from its nemesis? Get an extra bonus by destroying as many tiles as possible in one rush and collect coins to buy extras. Use joker and other special power-ups, unlock certain hidden areas on the play field by unlocking pyramid cover stones and find all hidden keys on the play field to finish your round.
This game app trailer is for an early release of the game which only had 70 levels (there are now over 400), but the gameplay it demonstrates is the same for the current, FULL version:
+++ GAME FEATURES +++
• Now over 400 levels waiting for you
• QuickPlay mode lets you play single selected levels.
• More than 70 magic puzzle levels in Classic Theme
• 50 additional Levels in the Hidden Palazzo Theme
• 52 additional Levels in the Murano Island Theme
• 52 additional Levels in the Murano Island II Theme
• 52 additional Levels in the Pirates Tomb Theme
• 50 additional Levels in the Burano Island Theme
• Uncover hidden passages to play new levels
• Play hidden object mini games and bonus levels
• Collect rewards and coins.
• Reveal and use different special power-ups.
• Play combos and collect coins to increase your score.
• Buy power-ups with your collected coins.
• Play fast to increase your score multiplier.
• Fantastic colorful artwork.
• Beautiful music soundtrack.
• Play in four different difficulty levels.
• Hidden strategies to gather a higher score.
• Full Game Circle support with lots of Achievements and Leaderboards
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