Hidden Artifacts version 1.9.0 on iTunes

Hidden Artifacts version 1.9.0 on iTunes has a known issue with the object lists in certain locations, preventing the scene from being successfully completed in some situations.

We are aware of the issue and currently working on a resolution. Thank you for your patience!

-The Hullabu Team

Another exciting case on the way…

We’re happy to announce that we’ve been working diligently on the 8th case for all of our amazing Agents out there. We want to apologize for the slow pace of new cases while we’ve been improving the games architecture and adding new exciting activities for our Agents.

We expect to launch Case 8 in May and shortly there after a suite of new activities inside the game to play.

We want to thank everyone for sticking with us while we try our best to pick up the pace of new case development.


The Hullabu Team

Hidden Artifacts Fans: New case on the way!

Fans – we’re very excited to announce that the team has nearly completed the next case for Hidden Artifacts! With the help of our publisher, GameHouse, we’re also happy to announce that we will be launching new cases much quicker than we have in the past. So please keep an eye out for an update to the Hidden Artifacts app and thank you for your patience while we strive to improve the experience, provide more free play time and content.

Happy gaming!

The Hullabu Team

NewsWatch Recently Featured the “Hidden Artifact Agency” Tablet Application by Hullabu on National Television

Washington, DC October 24, 2013

The “Hidden Artifact Agency” tablet application was featured on NewsWatch as part of its popular segment, AppWatch, that takes a look at the latest and coolest mobile applications and services on the iOS and Android market. Andrew Tropeano, host of AppWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how the application is fun to play and filled with visually stunning artwork.

Hidden Artifact Agency by Hullabu for your iPad is creative, easy and fun to play, and artistically superior to most mobile applications on the market. In the game, the player is an agent that works on cases of missing artifacts. When a case falls on their desk, they travel around the world finding clues, conducting interviews, searching cities, and solving puzzles. When a case is finished by the player, it leads directly into the next one.

Hullabu has plans to release a new case at least once a month, so players won’t get bored. The Hidden Artifact Agency is fun, beautiful, and takes advantage of the retina display on the iPad.

To download the game or to learn more about it and other games by Hullabu, visit http://www.hullabu.com.

NewsWatch is a weekly 30-minute consumer oriented television show that airs monthly on the History Channel and weekly on the ION Network. NewsWatch regularly features top technology products, unique and beautiful travel destinations, health tips, medical breakthroughs, and entertainment news on the show. A recent addition to NewsWatch, AppWatch is a weekly segment that provides viewers app reviews and game reviews of the latest and hottest apps and games out on the market for iOS and Android devices.

The show airs in 180 markets nationwide as well as all of the top 20 broadcast markets in the country, and is the preferred choice for Satellite Media Tour and Video News Release Distribution.

For more information or to watch the latest app reviews featured on the show, head to http://www.NewsWatchTV.com/appwatch.html.

The Making of Agatha Christie: Dead Man’s Folly (Part 1)

Ever wonder what goes into making a game like Agatha Christie: Dead Man’s Folly?  In this first of a 4 part series, “Making a Scene”, Robert Adams, Executive Producer at Hullabu talks about all of the parts that go into designing a really great Hidden Object scene.  Enjoy!