Villa is a Hidden Object Location in the Seeker's Notes: Mysteries of Darkwood game. A doomed noblewoman's once beautiful villa lies ruined and neglected. Unravel the tragedy of its sinister past!
Villa is the 37th location to be added to the Darkwood Town Map.
Unlocking and Open QuestEdit
To unlock Villa during the special event challenge, Players must be at Game Level 11 or higher.
A quest will be given by Helen to help find the missing Villa Key to open its doors. The Key is obtained by exploring any of the other unlocked Hidden Object Locations and successfully completing it.
Once unlocked, Villa requires special item access passes to play. In addition to energy points, a certain number of the access pass called Precious Aigrette is required for each play of Villa. The number of Precious Aigrettes needed depends on the Rank of the Location.
Precious Aigrettes 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 Precious Aigrettes upon successful completion. Premium Locations such as Clothing Store; Garden; Ship; and Old Square award 5 to 8 Precious Aigrettes upon successful completion. Premium Locations are those which require special access items to enter.
- Angel Statue
- Antique Scales
- Bird Cage
- Black Cat
- Blue Rose
- Gold Bar
- Green Stone
- Lambda symbol
- Mercury Symbol
- Peacock Feather
- Table Clock
- Unicorn Figurine
- Vial of Potion
- Vinyl Record
Each hidden object item usually has 2 different versions that alternate randomly. Morph mode has its own items that need to be found, separate from those listed above.
Collection Item SetsEdit
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This room has well over forty separate items to find and most are very small scale and not especially colourful or even distinct. Some are semi transparent. They are often hidden on like colours, eg white gloves on white curtains, gold bar on gold cushion, grey symbols on mirror or glass surfaces, green grapes and peacock feather on garden greenery. Zooming helps. Adjust the brightness of your device. Ensure you have tools on board.