25 Games Like Time Gap: Hidden Object Mystery for Playstation 4

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Grim Legends, Jenny LeClue, and Queen's Quest are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are The 25th Ward: The Silver Case Digital Limited Edition released the 30 December 2018 and ranked #14, One Piece: Grand Cruise released the 22 May 2018 and ranked #23, The Pillars of the Earth Game released the 4 April 2018 and ranked #7.

25 Games like Time Gap: Hidden Object Mystery for Playstation 4, daily generated comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms.
This suggestion collection includes puzzle adventure games. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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1# Grim Legends - 2017

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Sylvia and her master, Solomon, embark on an adventure that will lead them into the city of Lichtenheim, where they will face the thief whose identity will come as no less a shock than the actual disappearance of the artifact. The heroin and her mentor will need to put on their detective hats and face not only the evil forces within the gothic walls of the grim city, but also dark secrets from the past.

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2# Jenny LeClue - 2015

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The Journal of Professor Zazer is a mini adventure, set in the mysterious world of Jenny LeClue - Detectivu. Join brilliant young detective Jenny LeClue and discover the secrets within! *** Requires iOS 8.0 or higher *** iPhone 5 or newer recommended for the best experience.

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3# Queen's Quest - 2015

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Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, stylized as Shantae: Genie Hero, is a platform video game developed by WayForward Technologies for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. It is the fourth game in the Shantae series, following Shantae and the Pirate's Curse, and the first to be specifically developed for high definition game platforms. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, and Xbox One in December 2016, and for Nintendo Switch the following June. Throughout the game, Shantae can obtain dances that allow her to transform into various forms, each with their own abilities.

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4# Witch Hunter - 2015

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Contains chapters which are not included in the FREE version and an AD FREE experience. Witch Hunter is a text-based role playing mystery adventure game where your own decisions will determine your fate.

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5# All That Remains - 2017

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All That Remains is a 90's inspired eerily atmospheric adventure narrative that lets you experience one man’s life as he comes to terms with his final moments on an abandoned Earth.

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6# Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders - 2016

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Agatha Christie’s A.B.C Murders tells the story of Captain Hastings and Hercule Poirot as they attempt to solve a series of bizarre murders committed by an elusive madman. Going off the simple clue of the A.B.C railway guide left at the scene of each crime, Hastings and Poirot follow the leads to Andover, Bexhill, Churston, and Doncaster trying to apprehend the killer before the next crime is committed.

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7# The Pillars of the Earth Game - 2018

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Based on Ken Follett's world-bestseller, The Pillars of the Earth retells the story of the village of Kingsbridge in a whole new interactive way. 12th century, England: In a time of great poverty and war, a small town begins the construction of a cathedral to claim wealth and security for its people. Features: - One of the most successful novels of all time - Change events from the novel and influence the fates of its characters - Follow an epic of war, conspiracies and romance spanning over 30 years - Three different playable characters: Jack the outsider, Aliena the noblewoman and Philip the monk - Brings the 12th century to life with over 200 handpainted backgrounds - Fully animated in a unique 2D style - Orchestral Soundtrack by the FILMharmonic Orchestra, Prague - With a special appearance by Ken Follett as the voice of the Cantor

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8# Lost Grimoires 2: Shard of Mystery - 2017

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Artifex Mundi proudly presents the next installment of the Lost Grimoires series! When Prince Fern goes missing just days before his coronation, only one person in the king's court can find him. Step into the shoes of the teacher, spy and advisor of House Griff and embark on a dangerous adventure to find the heir and save him from the clutches of dark magic!

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9# Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden - 2013

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Take a deep breath and find your fiance who went missing in the dark abyss of the ocean. This former utopia hides many spine-chilling secrets and supernatural forces, the remains of which still lurk in every corner. Face the ancient evil that is hiding in the deepest chambers of the city of Eden.

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12# The Assembly - 2016

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A first-person interactive story inspired by real-world anxieties, The Assembly is a long-form game designed for VR. Explore a morally ambiguous organization as two individuals and face tough decisions from contrasting perspectives, that culminate in one of multiple thrilling conclusions.

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13# N.E.R.O.: Nothing Ever Remains Obscure - 2015

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: Nothing Ever Remains Obscure is a wonderful journey in a world of incredible beauty where a kid is the key to all locks and the night is not as frightening as we all could think. Immerse yourself in a story-driven first-person game featuring puzzles with intuitive controls. Join this magic adventure in an unknown world, playing the role of a kid followed by a mysterious black clothed companion.

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14# The 25th Ward: The Silver Case Digital Limited Edition - 2018

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The remaster of The Silver Case sequel, originally released on Mobile devices, that was know as "Shirubaa Jiken: 25-Ku" in Japan or "The Silver Case: Ward 25" in English. This will be the first time the game is released outside of Japan.

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15# Knock-Knock Game - 2014

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"It is a game as much about horror as it is of horror" - Rock Paper Shotgun "Knock-Knock is a gorgeous survival horror game with more style than sense" - IGN "One of the most fascinating and even endearing gaming experiences Ive had in ages" - GameFront Survive the night while maintaining the dilapidated cabin and preventing the threadbare sanity of the Lodger from unraveling completely.

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17# Murder - 2017

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An unassuming village with only a handful of residents, but one of them is a murderer! Use your skills as a master detective to put the clues together and deduce which one of them is the villain. Good luck detective...

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18# Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition - 2018

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An antique furniture delivery man trying to make his small shop's last delivery gets lost along the way and meets a haunted TV repairwoman, a young boy and his giant eagle brother, a pair of robot musicians, and dozens of other characters. Together, they explore the nocturnal highways and country roads of Kentucky, the storied Echo River by ferry, and the mysterious Route Zero, the secret highway that runs through Mammoth Cave. All five episodes and interludes will be available at release time and packaged together in the TV Edition.

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19# The Wolf Among Us - 2013

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Based on the award-winning Fables comic book series by Bill Willingham (published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint), The Wolf Among Us is a dark, often brutally violent, and mature take on the characters and creatures of fairytale and legend. A five episode series from the creators of the 2012 Game of the Year: The Walking Dead, the player will experience what it's like to be Bigby Wolf (THE Big Bad Wolf), Sheriff of Fabletown.

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20# Life Of Black Tiger - 2014

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The story of the game is about a black tiger, born as a variant and abandoned by his parents and brothers, fights against human and shows his love to his family. You can have a vivid and realistic experience through set in jungle, field, and forest surroundings in game. Acting as a cruel hunter in the vast plains and fields, players are thrown into a fight against human beings and other beast of prey.

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21# Broken Sword 5: The Serpents' Curse - Part II - 2013

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From multi-award winning Revolution Software comes the latest explosive episode in this classic series. Playing as intrepid American George Stobbart and sassy French journalist Nico Collard, you find yourself on the trail of a stolen painting – and a murderous conspiracy.

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22# Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart - 2012

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You are a museum owner pursuing an undead pirate who kidnapped your daughter. You quickly realize that the villain is entangled in a tragic, centuries-old love story, and wants to resurrect his mistress with the girl’s life force. You feel sorry for the pirate, but you have to stop him before it is too late for your daughter… You will leave the modern museum quickly, and find your way to rundown pirate settings, all of them three centuries old. Since the time of the golden age of piracy, the locations have become neglected, deserted and overgrown with plants. Full moon, bones laying on the ground, and a skull-shaped rock add to the dark atmosphere of the mysterious island. What tragic events took place on the island before your arrival? What evil powers can make an old, rotting ship sail? Is the horrifying, undead pirate really as evil as he seems?

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23# One Piece: Grand Cruise - 2018

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A new One Piece game being developed for PlayStation VR by Bandai Namco. "A special demo of the game will be playable by up to eight users at once at the “Tokyo One Piece Tower” event in Tokyo Tower on July 22."

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24# Heavy Rain - 2010

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Heavy Rain is a cinematic psychological thriller from game developer Quantic Dream exclusively for the PlayStation 3. Dealing with a range of adult themes, the game revolves around a sophisticated plot and strong narrative threads that explore a complex moral proposition. You assume the role of multiple characters with very different backgrounds, motivations, and skills in a world where each player decision affects what will follow.

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