If you’re really into hidden object variations, this will give you a fair amount of it in different themes
While the trend overall in the classic casual hidden object game genre, in my eyes, has trended more towards wrapping them in a bit of a narrative framework, you can still find titles that stick to the basics. So Much Stuff, rather than having you look through collections of more themed items like different animals or things like that I’ve seen, sort of throws everything and anything at you. The result is actually a bit more challenging at times but also sometimes easier since the items are more eclectic and you never know what will be sharing the space. While what you’ll be working through is more varied the general puzzle types are more limited, including a few variations on finding hidden or matching items within the space, as well as more of a jigsaw puzzle type as well. While the many, many layers of items you’ll need to work through helps to make the exercise a reasonable challenge, this is the sort of experience that simply is what it is and if you’re not looking for a hidden item puzzle game to play this likely will have zero appeal for you.
Justin Nation, Score: