June's Journey: Hidden Objects

June's Journey: Hidden Objects

June's Journey: Hidden Objects

By wooga

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-10-04
  • Current Version: 1.53.3
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 271.62 MB
  • Developer: wooga
  • Compatibility: iOS 9.0+
Score: 4.5
From 125,089 Ratings


Solve mind teasing mysteries in the glamorous 1920s! Dive into June Parker's captivating quest to unveil a scandalous family secret. Escape to an era of opulence and romance as you search for hidden clues through hundreds of stunning mind-teasing puzzles! * ARE YOU READY FOR THE JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME?* * KEEN-EYED DETECTIVES WANTED – Engage your sense of observation to find all hidden clues * YOUR 1ST CLASS TICKET TO THRILLS – Mystery! Danger! Romance! Where will each new chapter take you? * MYSTERY WITH ADDED GLAMOUR – Relax through hundreds of dazzling hidden-object scenes and customize your very own luxurious estate island * 12 MILLION FANS ALREADY LOVE IT – Don't miss out on the latest hit from the makers of the mythical hidden object classic "Pearl's Peril" * ALL-NEW EPISODES – Just like your favorite TV series, look forward to a new mystery in each new chapter, and a new chapter every week --------------------------------------------------------------- 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: https://www.wooga.com/privacy-policy/


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A very fun and laid back game with many twist and turns
By bluema713


I can’t get on the third island. What am I doing wrong.? H I
By uagfudgelady

Abusively bad advertisements

Games that have advertisements that take the user out of the game and too the app store are worse than crashing apps...because they are doing it on purpose.
By Skeeve214

It’s ok but....

Pearl’s Peril is a great game. June’s Journey is an ok follow up. It feels like it was rushed through production. The builds are super slow so you sometimes end up playing the same scenes for days until you earn enough decorating “flowers” to progress. You don’t have very many choices for decorations either. The graphics are well done and the scenes are cleverly designed - American players do have to get the hang of their naming conventions for objects since they sometimes use “European” English terms for items. The island gets super crowded due to the demand to decorate in order to advance game play; it ends up looking like a hot mess, and because your decor choices are so limited you end up with multiples of the same item. There’s no apparent rhyme or reason to the scoring - sometimes you need one or two tries to clear a first-level scene, sometimes it takes more tries (even though you score the same number of “perfects”). It’s klugy and annoying. Then there are the ads....it’s not uncommon to sit through several before you can even begin gameplay (scene discount, detectives wanted cases, large construction build, etc). They are CONSTANT, repetitive, glitchy, and time consuming. I get the need to make money, but it’s frankly ridiculous. I prefer Pearl’s Peril because the pace of building is consistent with the progression of game play, and wish the same format had been used for June. That being said, it’s fun to play and if you enjoy hidden object games you’ll probably enjoy this one.
By Djd6265


I love the game I just wish we could more stars so we can play longer.
By jdmalachi

Blocked by a lot of things

I got to the point where I cannot build anymore buildings, so therefore I do not get anymore ‘materials’ to build. Which is awful for cases.so I have to use a refresh to pass over a case where I need ‘materials’. Then we get the specials with the keys. I have to use a refresh to get a case that uses no materials and I get stuck. So I never get the special decorations, since a refresh is 24 hours. So if I have to refresh a ‘Get 4 materials’ case, I get stuck on a higher material gather. It’s frustrating and quite frankly unfair. I am at Level 394 and it’s getting to be not worth it..I don’t want to wait days to play either and that’s what it’s come to. UPDATE: It’s clear the developers use canned responses and do not read complaints as I am a level 394, of course I enjoy the game, just not happy about some of the blockage
By Ladygwenii


Love Love This Game. Unfortunately Chapter 31 with all the levels included can’t get a compass. I know in reading the reviews many players are complaining about the same thing. To bad you made the best game into the most boring game
By crete53

Ridiculous hidden charges!

BEWARE OF THIS GAME!!! I became addicted to this game, because it is great. Every once in awhile I would buy coins, but then found out today that they were charging me for things I never asked for AND charging me for things 2 or 3x. Apple store won’t refund the charges even though I did not make any purchases of a “noble ram” of some kind of frond tree with lights! I deleted this game because I have no idea how I could have spent more than $70 in 2 days!!! BEWARE!!!!
By buggo68

Game is great but there’s one problem

The game is great, but when you finally buy all the houses, you get buying material, when you needed it you didn’t get it, but know you don’t you get it all the time know, and then half to wait a day to get ride of it?? Like I said great game but ugh!!
By Robbie1227

June’s journey

I,ve played this in the past but can,t acid it. Can,t you supply ads or games to earn points or stars instead of costing the player to pay.
By Kidnap at opera