Hidden Folks Has Players Searching For Tiny People In Lively Worlds



Hidden Folks will have players searching for characters and items in tiny, bustling worlds filled with people and objects to interact with.




Like an interactive Where’s Waldo book, Hidden Folks hides people the player needs to find in cities, forests, and other places. Players can scan these locations for the people they’re trying to find, but will have to move tent flaps, cut down bushes, and dig holes by clicking to find their targets.


Each map features dozens of items players can click on to see into the lives of the people living there. Little jokes, cute moments, and silly events are all hiding behind window blinds or in the trees, and it is up to the player if they would like to see every tiny element in these places.




All of the sound effects for Hidden Folks are made by mouth, creating a goofy mood through this silly audio flourish.


Hidden Folks’ fifteen maps of little people are available now on Steam and iTunes.

Alistair Wong
Very avid gamer with writing tendencies. Fan of Rockman and Pokémon and lots more!