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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 871d ago | review

GameZebo: Hidden Agenda Review

GameZebo: Every time I hear that PopCap has released a new game, I let out a frustrated sigh of defeat and say goodbye to any amount of productivity I had hoped to possess that day. Hidden Agenda, Popcap’s first foray onto the free-to-play hidden object scene, is no different, and will have you scouring a richly populated town of sneaky animals for secrets and clues until it’s time to call in sick to work tomorrow. (Casual games, Hidden Agenda) 4.5/5

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