Candy World is a Hidden Object Location in the Seeker's Notes: Hidden Mystery game. Darkwood's beloved confectionery is besiged by sweet monsters attracted to the delightfully delicious smells of the shop!
Candy World is the 39th location to be added to the Darkwood Town Map.
Unlocking and Open QuestEdit
To unlock Candy World during the special event challenge, Players must be at Game Level 11 or higher.
A quest will be given by Helen to help Antoine the Confectioner find the missing Candy World Key to his shop. The Key is obtained by exploring any of the other unlocked Hidden Object Locations and successfully completing it.
Once unlocked, Candy World requires special item access passes to play. In addition to energy points, a certain number of the access pass called Chocolate Beans is required for each play of Candy World. The number of Chocolate Beans needed depends on the Rank of the Location.
Chocolate Beans can be found by successfully exploring any of the other unlocked Hidden Object Locations. Regular Locations such as Mayor's Office; Ballroom; Marketplace; Docks; Hunter's House; and Observatory award 3 to 5 Chocolate Beans upon successful completion. Premium Locations such as Clothing Store; Garden; Ship; and Old Square award 5 to 8 Chocolate Beans upon successful completion. Premium Locations are those which require special access items to enter.
- Christmas Tree
- Coffee Grinder
- Coin Purse
- Coil of Rope
- Cotton Candy
- Dog Figurine
- Frying Pan
- Hand Fan
- Ice Cream
- Letter A
- Oven Mitt
- Paper Plane
- Piggy Bank
- Salt Shaker
- Venus Symbol (or Female Symbol)
Morph mode has its own items that need to be found, separate from those listed above.
Collection Item SetsEdit
Coming soon in the next update...
- Item Hints
- Cloud, Lightning, Star & Venus Symbol: seem to primarily occur as drawings on back wall & window.
- Spaghetti: this is a plate of spaghetti & sauce.
- Wheat: this is a sprig of natural wheat.
- Cheese is the traditional cartwheel shape so far. Also seen as a wedge of swiss cheese (w/holes).
- Ice cream is a cornet.
The following hints gallery is a work in progress.