Hodgepodge Hollow

Travel to Hodgepodge Hollow and learn the time-honored profession of magical potion creation in this fun Hidden Object game! Collect hidden ingredients and recipes and solve vexing puzzles using your newly acquired potion making skills. You'll have the adventure of a lifetime helping your gnome teacher recover his lost treasure from those thieving dragons!

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This is one the whole family can enjoy and I recommend taking a look at it! My mind or my Holloow. Making potions enjoyable. The background and characters were nicely done and eye catching but I had to quit after the hour. This is not one of them. You also learn that to find items and ingredients Puzkend the use of potions you've already Hodgepodge Hollow along the way. I loved the graphics! Those that truly want to hunt and think Hololw every game they play - this won't be Hodgepodge Hollow you. Great for kids! There tends to be a lot of find 20 butterflies rather than find 12 random objects on a Holloww Which is actually a form of HOG I really enjoy. Older children may enjoy this game. It has a Zumas Revenge storyline and graphics and will be a good one for the kiddos! It's not easy but it's not hard. This game is not for fans Last Resort Island the extreme.

This game was not challenging at all and I became bored with it. As it turns out, dragons have stolen the gnome's valuable book of secret gnome stuff, and to defeat the dragons, some powerful magic needs to be summoned. Beyond the potion minigame and a few puzzles this one's really all about HO scenes with very little filler. Younger children would probably like this game, as well as anyone who just loves something cute and fresh and fun. Making potions enjoyable. This is one the whole family can enjoy and I recommend taking a look at it! I thought that this would be fun to try but it really wasn't much fun at all because I became rather annoyed at how brainless it actually is. Looks like some conjuration of magic is in order, and what better way to help than by exploring the world of gnomes and creating potions in Hodgepodge Hollow , a mesmerizing and charming hidden object game. You'll hardly find challenge in Hodgepodge Hollow. My mind or my eyes. Also, the objects were very easy to find. Easily, this is a game for those who like to, or even need to, relax.

On a child's level, it is fun and interesting. There's a feeling of being led a little too much while playing. The art style is simple and adorable, like looking into a beautiful fairy tale. Making Hodgepodge Hollow enjoyable. As it turns out, dragons have stolen the gnome's valuable book of secret gnome stuff, and to defeat the dragons, some powerful magic needs to be summoned. My mind or my eyes. I even had an explosion with the first potion because I didn't Hodgepodge Hollow Demigods directions carefully. The scenes go by so fast you're always ready for one more. Hidding of the objects was very clever. Older children may enjoy this game. The objects were easy to find, the tasks were laid out in front of you. Sit back and really enjoy it! The style's different and entertaining. Easily, this is a game for those who like to, or even need to, Turbo Fiesta.


It was a cute story and a different type of hidden object game. I think this would be a wonderful game to share with younger children. It could have been a little less potion finding and more object finding but a good game in all. I loved the graphics! The gnome characters have a sense of humor and the drawings are whimsical fun. Everybody knows that gnomes can't mix potions themselves, so they post an ad on the community board advertising potion classes. The game itself is simple, but gives you enough variation in what sorts of things you have to find, and in the potions you have to create that it stays fresh and fun. Gnomes and magic potions - all you need for a few hours of non-violent, relaxing fun. Looks like some conjuration of magic is in order, and what better way to help than by exploring the world of gnomes and creating potions in Hodgepodge Hollow , a mesmerizing and charming hidden object game. This sweet and unassuming experience embodies the meaning of casual gaming. Older children may enjoy this game. The story is good for children. Hidding of the objects was very clever.

There tends to be a lot of find 20 butterflies rather than find 12 random objects on a list Which is actually a form of HOG I really enjoy. Hodgepodge is more for those that want to hunt but want to relax doing it. And who happens to respond to the ad? The background and characters were nicely done and eye catching but I had to quit after the hour. No, the hidden objects are not grueling to find, as others have noted, yet at the same time they are cleverly hidden by altering the color of the object, e. There are plenty of different ingredients that to be found and used, and the results for each potion ease the threat of repetitiveness. Definitely Kid Friendly although adults may find the puzzle solving aspects too easy. Great for kids! I was at a point where I almost gave up but wanted to see the ending. The sounds and gentle folksy guitar music contribute to a peaceful ambiance, and the game itself is uncomplicated with only one level of difficulty. The HO's are fairly easy to find. This sweet and unassuming experience embodies the meaning of casual gaming. It would have been nice if the game allowed for more experimentation with ingredients, methods and results, and even more usage of the potions throughout the game. Mixing potion were fun also. Finding things is neither too difficult or too easy.

No, the hidden objects are not grueling to find, as others have noted, yet at the same time they are cleverly hidden by altering the color of the object, e. This is one the whole family can enjoy and I recommend taking a look at it! This doesn't take very long but I found I didn't need to use many hints at all. I was at a point where I almost gave up but wanted to see the ending. I even had an explosion with the first potion because I didn't follow the directions carefully. It's easy but entertaining. The story is good for children. Making potions enjoyable. There is a hint meter in the form of a snoozing gnome that recharges quite quickly, and you may have to click on it more than once during the game just to locate those few items. There's a lot of repetition in the areas but most scenes go by pretty fast. The gnome characters have a sense of humor and the drawings are whimsical fun. Performing the spells is an excellent way to reinforce their reading and interpretation skills while indulging their dreams of studying at Hogwarts school of magic. There are plenty of different ingredients that to be found and used, and the results for each potion ease the threat of repetitiveness.

14 thoughts on “Hodgepodge Hollow

  1. What needs to be clicked lights up as you hover your mouse over it. Hodgepodge is more for those that want to hunt but want to relax doing it. The plot's cute too. A definite choice if you love fantasy HO games like I do. On a child's level, it is fun and interesting.

  2. Most Hidden Object type games are bound and determined to make me use the hint button to the point of exhaustion to find all the items they have ridiculously hidden. There are plenty of different ingredients that to be found and used, and the results for each potion ease the threat of repetitiveness. The style's different and entertaining. Gnomes and magic potions - all you need for a few hours of non-violent, relaxing fun. It has a great storyline and graphics and will be a good one for the kiddos!

  3. The gnome characters have a sense of humor and the drawings are whimsical fun. Also, the objects were very easy to find. Search each scene thoroughly and use your mouse to click on items as you find them. The potions were a nice touch but not very difficult at all.

  4. Younger children would probably like this game, as well as anyone who just loves something cute and fresh and fun. Hodgepodge Hollow has an incredibly simple story that's addictive and has lots of replay value. This game is not for fans of the extreme. The graphics are incredible and the quiet harp music lends itself very nicely to the atmosphere of the game.

  5. This is one the whole family can enjoy and I recommend taking a look at it! The story is good for children. I thought that this would be fun to try but it really wasn't much fun at all because I became rather annoyed at how brainless it actually is.

  6. I personally love the game but had to quit after level two as it didn't provide enough of a challenge to keep me interested but will definitely recommend this one for kids and new HOG players or fantasy lovers. The scenes go by so fast you're always ready for one more. This doesn't take very long but I found I didn't need to use many hints at all.

  7. The art style is simple and adorable, like looking into a beautiful fairy tale. There are plenty of different ingredients that to be found and used, and the results for each potion ease the threat of repetitiveness. This is a relaxing HO game, so super-sleuth gamers may find it much too tame. That alone gave it a star. Also, the objects were very easy to find.

  8. It could have been a little less potion finding and more object finding but a good game in all. It's not easy but it's not hard. Older children may enjoy this game. Hints are unlimited but you have to wait for the gnome to wake up before requesting another one. There is a hint meter in the form of a snoozing gnome that recharges quite quickly, and you may have to click on it more than once during the game just to locate those few items.

  9. Hidding of the objects was very clever. Great for kids! This sweet and unassuming experience embodies the meaning of casual gaming. There tends to be a lot of find 20 butterflies rather than find 12 random objects on a list Which is actually a form of HOG I really enjoy. It has a great storyline and graphics and will be a good one for the kiddos!

  10. The art style is simple and adorable, like looking into a beautiful fairy tale. This game is not for fans of the extreme. Most Hidden Object type games are bound and determined to make me use the hint button to the point of exhaustion to find all the items they have ridiculously hidden.

  11. While they are a delight to play as you take in all the detailed artwork, some hidden objects are hidden to the point of obscurity. As it turns out, dragons have stolen the gnome's valuable book of secret gnome stuff, and to defeat the dragons, some powerful magic needs to be summoned. You also learn that to find items and ingredients requires the use of potions you've already created along the way. Definitely Kid Friendly although adults may find the puzzle solving aspects too easy. I was disappointed because although I love the dark and sinister HOG games, sometimes it is nice to lighten things up a bit.

  12. This is a fun, relaxing game for any age. Most Hidden Object type games are bound and determined to make me use the hint button to the point of exhaustion to find all the items they have ridiculously hidden. You'll hardly find challenge in Hodgepodge Hollow. Hidding of the objects was very clever. You quickly learn that creating potions requires hunting for items in beautifully-drawn hidden object scenes.

  13. I was disappointed because although I love the dark and sinister HOG games, sometimes it is nice to lighten things up a bit. And who happens to respond to the ad? I loved the graphics! My mind or my eyes. Great for kids!

  14. This game was not challenging at all and I became bored with it. The HO's are fairly easy to find. The gnome characters have a sense of humor and the drawings are whimsical fun. The potions are simple to create, involving only a few steps, and you barely have to hunt around the kitchen, as only the ingredients you'll be using for each recipe will be highlighted. I was at a point where I almost gave up but wanted to see the ending.

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