Not everything in our classic hidden-object game Uptasia is about finding the right objects. Sometimes it need a bit of physical labor with pick and axe.
challenging hidden object puzzles with elements from construction and
management simulation games.
To unlock new and
more brain-teasing puzzles, you need to build factories – like the
bakery or the florist‘s. There you can produce wares to sell to the
many potential customers at the market. You collect experience
points, money and can spend that to purchase additional factories,
decorations and more.
factories requires wood and stone which you can find all over the map
and which is stored at the lumberjack‘s yard and the quarry.
How do I get more
wood and stone?
Looking around on
the map, you can find several trees and big rocks – these are your
Hovering over a tree
or rock, you can see how many rocks or pieces of wood can be
harvested from that specific resource. To cut down a tree or quarry
the rock, click on the resource and direct your worker to chop and
this way will be placed in your storage automatically.
What can I do
with the resources?
Factories, like the restaurant, the mines, or the carpentry, each have a number of production slots which you can unlocked in the course of the game. So you get different hidden-object puzzles and scenarios, as well as increasing the number of wares you can produce and sell at the market.
But as with every building: to add new poduction slots, you need to build an annex. During the fantastic-romantical time-period Uptasia is set against, these are built with stone and wood. So it always pays off to keep a certain amount stored in your lumberjack yard and quarry.
Also you may need the occasional stone or piece of wood to keep your production facilities well maintained, so everything can go smoothly.
The good thing: once your worker has reached its destination, they will keep harvesting – even while you are solving the next puzzle.
That way you can ensure that your storage is well replenished and don‘t have to wait too long for it to be filled.