Seekers Notes®: Hidden Mystery

Seekers Notes®: Hidden Mystery

By MyTona

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-07-30
  • Current Version: 1.36.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 191.68 MB
  • Developer: MyTona
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 110,586 Ratings


THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HIDDEN-OBJECT GAME! Set off on an incredible journey to the cursed city of Darkwood! Its dark streets hold many secrets that will only reveal themselves to the chosen one, and it's you who are destined for the role. You are the Seeker, the owner of a powerful artifact—the Magical Map! It's your fate to save the city from the oppression of the Curse. Don't waste another minute—start your battle with evil right now! What awaits you in Seekers Notes: - Gorgeous graphics, striking characters, and picturesque locations - Free updates: new quests, fabulous locations, and unique prizes await you every month - An awesome plot and fascinating storylines with unexpected twists and turns - Spellbinding puzzles: Treasure Box, Haunted Lights, Mosaic, and Ancient Cards - More than 6,500 exciting quests - You can assemble over 830 amazing collections - Enchanting music that will plunge you into the mysterious atmosphere of the game - Craft unique items with the Fortune Teller, Blacksmith, and Inventor - Trade useful items with the residents of Darkwood - Banish dangerous monsters and placate magical creatures - Play with your friends! We're already 3 years old! Thank you for being with us! Seekers Notes is a free game, but some game elements can be purchased with real money. If you don't want to use in-app purchases, please disable them in your device's settings. Subscription Rules: -Your subscriptions last 1 month. -Payment will be charged to iTunes Account when the purchase is confirmed. -Your subscriptions renew automatically unless they are canceled in the device's settings at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. -The account will be charged the current price of the subscription for renewal within the 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. -You can manage subscriptions and cancel auto-renewal at any time in your iTunes account settings. Terms of Service: Privacy Policy: Join us on social media and keep up with the news:



  • Stars lost for developer greed on a beautiful and well-maintained game.

    By Catgrin
    I would love to give this beautiful and entertaining game a five star review. At first I was going to give it four, but then I realized that the developers need to understand how irritating it is to be overcharged. So I’m reducing my score to three for a game that should be worth five stars. To the developers: this is NOT a casino game. Stop treating it like one and you’ll get more people willing to pay a reasonable fee for a longer time! As it stands, you’re ruining what could be a really great game and a consistent earner for you. The current settings make game advancement ridiculously difficult with even moderate experience. The game has a rapid curve for gaining experience, and while the price for access to play goes up quickly, your energy stores and the rate at which you regain energy just don’t match up. Players are left frustrated just trying to get game time let alone trying to advance. For example, by the time your max energy = 150, you’re playing timed puzzles that cost about 25pts. each to play and last under 3 mins. before their timer runs out. Since it takes 3 mins to earn one point of energy, you both get about 18 mins. of game play from a full charge and then have to wait 7.5hrs. to be fully charged again. Sure, you can play while charging, but then you’re literally expending energy 25x faster than you earn it! The developers could easily solve this, and probably make more money if they did, but they’re busy being greedy. For example, I would happily pay up front for guaranteed unlimited energy two or three hours a day. Current subscriptions available increase recharging rates all month long, but they do so for too much money ($20/mth) and even with increased rates, you’ll still be stuck waiting to recharge. It makes far more sense to offer players unlimited energy with limited daily access (2 or 3 hours) at a lower fee, and then offer an in-game buy-in for longer unlimited access. As far as the cost goes, be reasonable, streaming services with thousands of hours of entertainment available don’t even charge over $10/month! I’m guessing $5/month is an amount a lot people would consider paying for a few hours of guaranteed daily access with no frustration from rapidly disappearing energy. If you made unused hours roll over, it would even make playing during special events easier. About special events: I’d also happily pay a reasonable fee to gain unlimited access to any special events that interested me. The challenge should be the puzzles, not frantically earning enough access passes to be able to play them! That totally kills the fun. I don’t mind having to replay puzzles to get a reward, but I do mind not even having reasonable access when a game will only be available for a limited time. So, while I really do enjoy this game, I can’t give it full credit. It’s not fun to feel like someone’s trying to rip you off, and the current settings on this game really do feel like that’s what’s going on. Developers, please take a good hard look at yourselves and ask if you’d be anything other than frustrated by the current limits you’ve set for players.
  • Great game!

    By palomino momma
    Great mind and thought provoking activity. I really enjoy and feel it keeps my mind sharp. Graphics are good and instructions are easy to understand and follow.
  • Fun, but constantly asks for money

    By Fuseling
    This is a fun game. The puzzles are just the right amount of challenging. However, it cannot be played indefinitely as one eventually runs out of energy, and then one must wait for it to recharge or buy items to get more. Having trouble with a puzzle? The game will sell you items to help. Also, periodically there are here or four pop up ads for items from the in game store (again, available for cash) which one must exit from in order to continue playing.
  • LadySobriquet

    By LadySobriquet
    I play this game everyday!
  • Great game to kill some time.

    By MyLuvIsMusic
    Keeps me occupied and I like the puzzles as well. So far so good.
  • Good

    By zydjfjdu
    Has all sorts of mini games in one big entertaining mysterious game
  • A lot of fun

    By Wondermorgan
    There's a lot of different things to do so you never get bored.
  • Seeker Notes

    By Chescarol
    This game is mean. It leads you on to thinking you are doing well but in the progression of the game it doesn’t increase any of the time limits, only adds more things for you to find.
  • Great fun

    By Iolana57
    I enjoy this game because there are different mini games for variety
  • Good game

    By Wolf Lover 2737
    I’m enjoying it. I like hidden objects games