Through Andrea's Eyes
February 06, 2014
3 Difficulty Settings
As Judith, you have to teleport into your daughter, Andrea’s mind to free her thoughts from her fears and wake her from her coma! Surely this concept of HOPA has been done countless times, but none has been as creepy as this one.
The aspect that makes Through Andrea’s Eyes unexpectedly creepy are the game’s graphics. Even though most of the scenes are brightly colored and beautifully drawn, the boldness of the graphics make them look strangely spooky. Moreover, the professional created animations and the visual effects and the soundtracks also help increase the creepiness of the game.
Through Andrea’s Eyes is pretty simple to start with, standard cutscene, predictable hospital scenes et cetera. However, the game gets better after entering the first dream portal. The Hidden Object scenes are nicely cluttered, objects are not too difficult to spot and they are few and far between. The puzzles are more challenging, although nothing really spectacular – they are fun nonetheless.
The team at Anino Games has also kindly included Collectibles which is a fantastic addition for a Standard Edition game. There is also an Interactive Map offered, with areas of objectives marked. Unfortunately, the gameplay in Through Andrea’s Eyes is pretty straightforward, as a result, the game only lasts for under 3 hours for expert players.