Reviews and Problems with Amazing Adventures: The Forgotten Ruins
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Good Hidden Object Game
7 September 2010
Summary: I found this game to be really fun. I am really into Hidden Objects games and have played almost all the DS versions that are out there. Usually i can beat a game in a couple of hours which is no fun because I feel like i wasted my money but this game took me a few days to complete.
Summary: I was looking for more games like Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir which is still the BEST for gamers who like hidden object games. This game is good, and I have trouble putting it down, so until there is another Mystery Case Files as good as MillionHeir, this is worth your time for the cost.
Summary: The game is fun and entertaining. Love the mini games. This game could of been perfect had the makers included some kind of magnifying tool to use on searching for small things, like bugs, keys, etc.
Summary: This is another seek & find game I bought and is just as much fun as Mystery PI: Portrait of a Thief. This makes my total 3 and am still looking for more of them. These are enjoyable for many, many hours even after you have solved the mystery.
Summary: If you like the hidden objects page in Highlights for Children you will like this game. The mini games are extremely simple and there are not very many. Basically, you just keep picking different areas to find the hidden objects and as you complete each area you play a mini game in between.
Summary: I really like this game. I have it in PC format and DS. However, I find that playing it on DS is a little easier. The difference between PC and DS is that in PC you have to find scarabs, and in DS you have to find masks and tablets in order to gain mini levels.
Summary: I really liked this game at first...Than locating things..I just started clicking on everything because you were going through the same rooms numerous times...Do not get me wrong, this game is fun...Just get boring after a while