Summary: The 60's environment of the game's framework (a tv gameshow) was interesting. I like the replayability of the puzzles (in-story and in-game), as well as the ability to run through the "fan letters" to play more puzzles. I had two puzzles that I needed all three hints to solve (a rubik's cube-style skull...I can't do the cube, and one about moving planks around), but most puzzles should be quite easy to a normal gamer.
Summary: I love puzzles games, this one not so much. I found it really easy and short. I'm sad to say it didn't live up to my expectations and I finished it in about 6 hours, and the story I found kind of lacking...something. The only things I like was the 1960's style and the mildy creepy fan letters. In fact I wish they were actually really part of the story, that would have made it way better. But all in all it just fell short, not worth the money at all.
Summary: Gave this game to my Grandson at the beginning or our 15 hour drive from TN to MD and he used his 3DS to play it the whole time. He wanted to keep playing even when we got to the relatives houses. So it's an interesting & challenging game.