Wispa Forest

  • Hand drawn locations
  • Exciting gameplay
  • Help Lyia save her world!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 800 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 94

Review for game Wispa Forest

In a world where magic, myth, and fantasy are interwoven, a creeping wave of corruption is transforming the landscape and scarring the balance of life. Help guide a young Wispa, Lyia, on her quest to discover the source of the corruption by removing otherworldly debris, collecting trinkets, and protecting the native flora and fauna in Wispa Forest! Explore a gorgeous hand drawn world in this exciting Hidden Object game!

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Genre : Hidden Object

Spot hidden objects and solve puzzles and mysteries in lush, eye-catching scenes.

Date release

September 16, 2010

Game Rank

3722 points

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A HOG and nothing but a HOG which is best avoided
January 9, 2012

Judging by the artwork and the fairy tale story, I thought at first Wispa would be ideal for children, especially the younger ones as an introduction to casual games. Alas, alas, alas, Wispa Forest is much too difficult for them to start with, and it is made exclusively of HO Scenes and nothing else. The sceneries are hand-drawn but their style is neither convivial nor suggestive of a dream-like land. They are more like a kid's doodle than the work of professionals and lack details as well as sophistication. Same remark regarding the colors, the combination of which is not really a happy one although they're relatively bright; the choice of palette turns monotonously around always the same pastel hues without any truly crisp contrast. The difficulty resides in the hidden objects; not only are many of them poorly silhouetted but they blend so well into the background that it's virtually impossible to locate them. You earn mana points each time you find an object, which you can spend on three types of hints to spot the unspottable. The overall impresion I got was that it had been thrown together in a hurry. The result is dull, unimaginative, unchallenging, unexciting. Aside the fact that the characters are very cute, this game has nothing to offer to our progeny -or anyone for that matter- save a great deal of intense eye-straining and infinite boredom.

Only deserves a whisper
June 11, 2012

Not a very encouraging game. Hand drawn scenes very undistinctive hidden oblects. Looks more like a childs kindergarten project rather than a professionally orchestrated game from Big Fish. This game, although child like with fairies etc is way too difficult for a child to identify or percieve the hidden objects and that is about all this game is. Not for me, I wouldn't waste my money on it.

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