Letters from Nowhere



    Letters from Nowhere's review

    Published: 2012-08-23, by .

    Help Audrey find her husband and solve the mystery

    • Always addictive
    • Well-done, interesting storyline
    • Exciting gameplay
    • Big size

    "Who wrote the letter?"

    G5 Entertainment has released another hidden object game -yes, really-, this time is called Letters from Nowhere and the main character is Audrey, who has just learned that her husband has vanished. All she has is some mysterious letters that arrive at her doorstep.

    The app includes 48 eerie locations in 11 episodes where you should try to find clues (over 1000 items to search), solve the mysterious disappearance of Audrey's husband and discover who wrote the letters.

    As any other similar game, in Letters from Nowhere, you should move around every room and tap on the objects to investigate them and save them in the inventory to use them later. In addition, there are some mini-games so not everything is look and fin and you can have some extra fun.

    After you've finished this one, there is a sequel: Letters from Nowhere 2, which picks up the story where you left it and continues with the unexpected and dramatic adventure and you will have many more items to search and discover. Definitely a good choice if you're addicted to hidden object games, especially the ones by G5 Entertainment.

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    by Ana , Appszoom

    Aug 23, 2012


    The immersive free-to-play version, Letters From Nowhere: Mystery, is already live! Don't miss out!

    Love Letters from Nowhere? Don’t miss Letters from Nowhere 2 - now out on Google Play!
    Mysterious letters and a sudden disappearance keep you on your toes in this Hidden Object journey that is filled with unexpected twists and turns.
    When Audrey learns of her husband's disappearance, she struggles to keep hope alive. She has all but given up when mysterious letters begin arriving at her doorstep.
    Plunge into this dramatic story, wander through 48 bizarre locations, find clues and solve witty puzzles to unveil the secret behind Audry's missing husband. Discover where Audrey’s husband is, and who, or what, is sending her these letters.


    11 Intriguing episodes
    48 Mysterious locations
    11 Puzzling mini-games
    Over 1000 objects to find
    2 Modes: Unlimited and Puzzles

    Game available in: English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

    ***Note*** This game performs best on high-end smartphones and tablets.

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    Users comments for Letters from Nowhere

    Linda Leach

    by Linda Leach

    Oct 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Excellent seek and find.

    Elaine Wylde

    by Elaine Wylde

    Oct 17, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Really good

    patricia lea

    by patricia lea

    Oct 07, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Fab game ,can't put it down .

    Doris Neesmith

    by Doris Neesmith

    Oct 04, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Just started playing, but so far it's good. Wish the scenes were just a little lighter.

    Cynthia Meely

    by Cynthia Meely

    Oct 01, 2017  |  "Good"

    Instructions are few

    David Saad

    by David Saad

    Sep 28, 2017  |  "Great"

    Very challenging, but closeup view could zoom in a lot more. Other than that minor flaw it's a fun and worthwhile game