Ubisoft Ushers in the New Year with Hidden Object Game

Happy new year!

Hope I didn’t say that too loud for those of you nursing a hangover. I’ll use my indoor voice from here on out.

Today is a day for looking forward, and when I gander at my Most Anticipated Games list, I find Ubisoft has secured a few of the coveted spots with Watch Dogs, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and The Division. Should be a big year for Ubi, and they’re getting things started with a fun little hidden object game.

In a post on the official Ubisoft Twitter account, the publisher sends out its new year’s well wishes with an interactive card. The card becomes the hidden object game, and I’m a sucker for those things, so I’m passing the word on to you. Head on over to the Happy 2014 from Ubisoft site and see if you can find all of the “artifacts” before the timer runs down.

If all that champagne you drank last night makes staring at an image painful this morning, try Sharkey’s Remedy: Pedialyte. Trust me, it works.

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2 Comments on Ubisoft Ushers in the New Year with Hidden Object Game


On March 7, 2015 at 6:28 pm

Yeah, totally agree man. But unaortunftely we know that Ubisoft took care more about the crappy and useless online multiplayer instead of focusing on the real game.So I am pretty sure that this Revelations will be another piece of garbage, as well as Brotherhood has been.VN:F [1.9.17_1161](from 2 votes)


On April 11, 2015 at 10:04 pm

Bizzy, I definitely apterciape your concern, however I can assure you that myself, Nick, and a future contributor by the name of Shad definitely watch the show and that will ultimately speak for itself through our posts and comments.Regarding the timing of the purchase, I personally am excited about it because I’m sure the next 5 episodes are going to provide enough fuel for discussion for quite a while.Finally, I definitely think that TLE is relevant to the series, but the creators obviously have to juggle the hardcore fan with the opportunity for mainstream popularity, hence my statement related to it being unrequired. I think that if anything relevant from TLE pops up in the show it will be fleshed out accordingly.