June's Journey: Hidden Objects

June's Journey: Hidden Objects

By wooga

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-10-04
  • Current Version: 1.29.4
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 230.17 MB
  • Developer: wooga
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 67,311 App Reviews)
  • Price:
June's Journey: Hidden Objects App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 67,311 App Reviews

June's Journey: Hidden Objects App Details

A hidden object game for story lovers everywhere Discover June’s Journey, the brand new hidden object game from the makers of Pearl’s Peril. Find hidden clues and solve exciting puzzles across beautiful locations that draw you right into the heart of the mystery! Surprises at every turn, stunning hand-drawn scenes, and a cast of glamorous characters await you in a globetrotting story game. From the heart of 1920s America to the perfect style of Paris and beyond, enjoy a story unlike anything you’ve seen before. With every new chapter, you’ll sink into a world of thrilling mystery and exciting drama in a story to take you around the world. Take a break from the stresses of life, and dive into a mystery game like no other. *MORE THAN JUST A MYSTERY!* FROM THE MAKERS OF PEARL’S PERIL – The follow-up to the hit hidden object game played by over 90 million fans THRILLING PUZZLES – Hidden object scenes, jigsaw puzzles and loads of exciting modes. Which is your favourite? MODERN WOMEN – Join June, a brave adventurer in a mystery game you’ll love TRAVEL THE WORLD – See some of the most beautiful places in the world, all lovingly hand captured from the 1920s ALL-NEW EPISODES – Just like your favourite TV series, look forward to a new mystery in each new chapter HUGE CAST – Lose yourself in the wild and wonderful characters of June's Journey, but watch your every step! Opening with the mysterious disappearance of her sister, June must take her orphaned niece under her wing. Together, they get drawn into a mystery greater than anyone ever expected. Can you uncover the real secret behind June’s Journey? Discover the follow-up to the smash hit hidden object game, Pearl’s Peril, and uncover June’s Journey today! --------------------------------------------------------------- Visit us at http://wooga.com Like us on: facebook.com/wooga June’s Journey is free to download and play, but it also allows you to purchase virtual items with real money inside the game. You can disable in-app purchases in your device’s settings. You may require an Internet connection to play June’s Journey and access its social features. June’s Journey may also contain advertising. Terms of Use: https://www.wooga.com/terms-of-service/ Privacy Policy: http://www.wooga.com/legal/privacy-policy/


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App Reviews

  • Watch Your Grammar

    By interested participant
    Mrs. Talbot did not raise Clare and I, she raised Clare and me. The verb structure needs an objective pronoun, not nominative... Please don’t fall back on the excuse that you were merely mirroring common usage. Errors like this promote poor grammar and detract from the game. Please be a better role model for your players. I will continue to play unless I am overwhelmed with such mistakes. It does seem like a fun game. Thank you.
  • Love this game but....

    By Flange49
    I have the same frustrations that other reviewers have. Mainly, the stinginess of the compasses. Also, slowness in accumulating flowers from Mr. Talbot. I have been playing pretty much since game was launched (level 293) but some times, like right now, have to wait days till I can proceed. I am on a retirees fixed income but am still willing to occasionally dole out some money for diamonds but can't spend a ton. Still love the game and not ready to give up but do get discouraged.
  • Enjoyable and engaging

    By Videodiver
    June's Journey is a fun game. I tried other hidden object games, including Pearl's Peril, but they were not organized or presented to suit me. One little fix I would request, for the sake of new players, is to explain the countdown timer associated with the lightning bolts of energy. It worried me considerably at first. Countdowns generally mean you lose something by not playing fast enough. Eventually I realized it is the time until the next energy bolt is available to use. If that pointer is already in the game, it isn't emphasized enough because I didn't see it. The artwork on the Hidden Object scenes is a good balance. The drawings are detailed and fine crafted, but (mostly) not excessively cluttered. I particularly like that the objects to be found are always in the same place in the same scene. One game, which I deleted, relocated the objects each time I played, which was incredibly tedious. The stories are more engaging than I expected. I won't mention details to avoid spoiling a plot. I like the feature, found when I open the chapter journals, to re-read the dialog pertaining to the different clues. I like the soft emphasis on playing against a timer. That is, if I can play rapidly and accurately, I get a better score, but if I play more slowly, so as to seek out the objects, the timer does not cut me off as other games do. The worst games are those than have a short timer and then demand money to finish. Bah. Deleted. For enhancements, I have a few suggestions. Make the compass objects much easier to obtain. I need more room to make my dollhouse island estate look pretty. Add more puzzles for variety. The final scene in each chapter is something I look forward to, and even replay occasionally, and the jigsaw puzzles in the photo album are a pleasant change. You could establish a new venue where one can win (for example) compasses by solving puzzles. Your use of video ads is acceptable to me as a way to speed up wait-time, with the exception of Mr. Talbot's desultory work on the landmark restorations. He needs to pump up his work ethic and get the work done faster. The leader board is a puzzlement. This game is even less competitive than solitaire. How many of those listed are real people? I did gift some bushes, as suggested, and a few returned the gift, but it is not a convincing marker that a real person decided to do that. I know this is a big game, and needs internet connectivity to function. If you could think of a way to request a download of a block of it, say three or so hours of playing time, for offline use then I could amuse myself with it on an airplane.
  • It’s Not a 5 star game

    By Zenickname
    Update: If you have real money to buy virtual buildings to decorate a virtual Island this game is for you. I’m not one of those people and for that reason I’m Out!! My original review was 5 stars and I found June’s Journey to be a fun and exciting game. I’m now at level 95 and I have far more negative thoughts than positive. Wooga is so stingy with rewarding its players as they progress through the game it’s pathetic. This game has so much potential but the developers prefer GREED rather than keeping the players continuing to play. Original review: I was looking for a hidden objects game and tried several before settling on this game. I’m only a week into the game and I find it addicting. The object of the game seemed quirky to me at first but here I am at level 30. I enjoy the journey, decorating my Island and finding hidden objects!! As other reviewers pointed out, the time element is annoying. I’m always waiting for lightning bolts, coins, gems.....you get the idea. I hope the developers continue to improve the game.
  • Sorry, no fun anymore

    By Leftweight
    I got to the point where to progress I had to spend real money...no thanks! The game isn't that much fun.
  • Fun and enjoyable❣️

    By Sonshine☀️💛☀️
    Love this game❣️
  • No pink box

    By this is my only game
    I spent 3 days beating challenges for a pink box and when I finally got the 82 an ad popped up and I never got my rewards. Absolutely ridiculous. Give me my pink box!!
  • Compass Shortage

    By Mandy@BeachQuiltin'
    Could this game be any more stingy with compasses??? So hard to progress when you can’t open land up to place items that earn you advancement. And, the number of compasses it takes to open land is ridiculous. If you don’t mind extremely slow play, this game is for you.
  • June’s Journey in stories

    By Kubles56
    Game is entertaining I would give it a Five BUT when you buy or even win something like a building, or a tree or a statue, my gosh even chairs and tables, may I please suggest NOTHING should take more than 24 hours at most on the timer. Right now I bought two items n Friday and it’s Saturday night and both have almost another day to be finished and provide flower petals so I can move into next chapter. Too long, I found other games meanwhile. I may discontinue as I wouldn’t recommend this unless things are shortened so nothing takes more than 24 hours to decorate.
  • Good

    By Sunny12501