Hidden Folks is getting new ranges in June

Hidden Folks is getting new levels in June

Developer Adriaan de Jongh introduced Tuesday that his hand-drawn hidden object sport, Hidden Folks, will get six new ranges on June 4. The new replace, known as On Tour, will add six music-themed areas to the sport, “with more than 70 things to find, new mouth sounds, and plenty of new clues with mildly amusing or straight up bad jokes,” de Jongh wrote in a publish on Steam.

Hidden Folks was launched in 2017 for iOS, Android, and PC. In 2018, it got here to the Nintendo Switch. (Nintendo Switch gamers must anticipate the On Tour replace, although. De Jongh said gamers there must “wait a bit longer, as Nintendo is swamped.”)

The crew’s been releasing new content material now and again, together with new mouth sounds and a beach-themed pack. This month, all of the DLC content material — besides mouth sounds — can be rolled into the bottom sport; gamers gained’t have to purchase any further content material. But the sport price can be elevated barely to regulate for that.

(Wonder what’s up with the mouth sounds? For those that haven’t performed, Hidden Folks is voiced totally by people — but they’re not talking. Instead, they’re making sounds, like a zzzzziiiip when a tent is opened or making the completely different beep noises of a automobile.)

“Today or tomorrow, depending on when Valve accepts our price change request, the game’s pricing will on average (because currencies are weird) increase by 50-60%,” de Jongh wrote on Tuesday.

On June 4, all gamers which have bought the sport — whether or not on the authentic price or newly elevated price — will obtain the On Tour content material.

Screenshots of the brand new music-themed areas present the identical kind of charming artwork fashion from the bottom sport. There’s a recording studio, a disco ground, massive live performance venues, and competition vibes. But personally, I can’t wait to listen to these new mouth sounds.

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