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Published on December 2nd, 2015 | by CasualGamer

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Top 5 Best Hidden Object Games of December 2015

At the end of each month, we look back at all the great hidden object games released in the previous month (that I have reviewed or at least tried) and we bring you the best 5 of them: the best hidden object games of the month. So even though this month’s games have been launched last month, we give them the late reward because, well… that’s how we do things. It might not make much sense, but one thing is clear: you’re getting recommendations of the best games to try in case you’ve missed them and that is all that matters. At the moment, I am only sharing games released over at Big Fish Games, but things might change in the future if I can expand my horizons and try out games on other portals as well.

But until that happens, let’s not waste a single second and let’s check out the top 5 best hidden object games of December 2015. And if you want to look at the previous month’s games, click here.

Dark Dimensions: Shadow Pirouette

01 best casual games of december

Evil shadow-like creatures have taken over the city and it’s up for you to save the day! A really good mystery that brings up the fun ratings. Except for that, to paraphrase Hodor in Game of Thrones: Purple, Purple, Purple, Purple, Purple, Purple. But it’s worth trying, so click here to check it out.

Haunted Hotel: The X

02 best casual games of december

Your sister, Samantha, has always been tenacious, but she might have just gotten herself in over her head! She’s gone missing while investigating the Lexington Hotel, where a brutal crime happened decades ago. When you arrive to find her, you quickly realize that the spirits of the past are still restless… and angry. To find your sister and escape with your own life, you’ll need to uncover the truth about what happened there all those years ago. Click here to check it out.

Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst Unlocked

03 best casual games of december

A brand new game in the Ravenhearst series and all the reasons for us to be happy! In this one, you start at the Manchester Lunatic Asylum, but still can’t get rid of the Dalimar curse. Prepare for a brand new and extremely exciting adventure! As I said in my review of the game: “The brilliance of Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst Unlocked comes from the mixture of extremely high quality ingredients: we have the awesome story that keeps your heart racing, we have the amazing visuals that dress everything out perfectly and we have the ton of cherries on top from the hidden object scenes and minigames. A true delight and an amazing, unforgettable game. A must have!” So click here to check it out.

Dark Romance: The Swan Sonata

04 best casual games of december

Your wedding day goes dark.. and your fiancée has no idea who’s behind it all. You’ve come to seek your grandmother’s blessing to marry a kind prince, but his very own court magician attacks! In this exciting continuation of the Dark Romance legacy, recapture your place beside your beloved prince… When you’re not playing as him, that is. An interesting take on the genre, one that shows that there are always two sides to every story. Click here to check it out.

Lost Lands: The Golden Curse

05 best casual games of december

Life in the Lost Lands has continued peacefully for several decades since the oppression of the Black Horsemen was finally put to rest. But now, stone demon statues have begun coming to life in an abandoned old fort. The locals are panicking. No one suspects that an ancient curse has been awakened after sleeping for a thousand years. Thankfully, a mage named Maaron remembers Susan, the warrior who repeatedly saved the Lost Lands from the forces of evil. He summons her once more to the Lost Lands, because this time, it is not just the fate of Lost Lands at stake, but the entire human world… Susan’s world. A brilliant game, one that you must check out – click here to do so.

These are our recommendations for this month: five great games out of which is really difficult to pick a winner. Which is your favorite though?

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