Hidden item games are fairly common on but also tend to be a little soulless. They all run together in a blur of sameness, frequently differentiated only by the type of microtransaction used to string the player along. Hidden Folks is the antidote to this. It’s a hidden object game meticulously drawn in detailed cartoon art, with a fantastic amount of interactivity even on aspects of the picture that don’t lead to the solution. Finding items is just the end-goal, but the illustrations are really a toy to be played with and poked at to see what falls out. Plus it’s got sound design taken directly from the Switch/Panic! (from the Sega CD) school of audio. The new video comes with a release date of February 15, as well as a whole lot of pleasant weirdness and what seems to be an asthmatic crocodile.