Summary: The main difference between this game and, say, MillionHeir is that Vanishing Files really tries to make the plot of the game one of the foremost points in it, and that is unfortunately where it begins to tank a bit because the plot, well, makes no sense, and there's an awful lot of time spent...
Summary: Although I bought for my 9 year old daughter and I played it I paracio boring and she does not like it was as boring. but the product is excellent and the shipping and delivery is made ''effective
Summary: The game was fun to play but when you try to run the mini games some have problems. The wrong photo for pieces you were supposed to find, one of the items was invisible. I ran that game a couple of times to make sure it wasn't just me not seeing the item.
Summary: This game has very nice graphics, but they are so dark and crowded that I just got frustrated and gave up on it. I usually don't have any problem playing the hidden object games on my DS but this one gave me serious eye strain.
Summary: Sadly this is no weepie game, you'll need the hankies to dry your eyes from straining to find items or putting them back. The game itself is somewhat monotonous doing the same 5 tasks for each case, the only things that do change are the locations but theres only so many of them too!
Summary: After playing an online trial, I was really looking forward to this as a more adult, more involved version of titles like millionheir. Sadly I was disappointed. The game was really designed for PC and does not transfer to the Nintendo DS platform well.
Summary: This was the first game I bought for my DSi XL and I had expected it to be a mystery game solving puzzles. It wasn't what I was expecting. The game itself I would class as a spot the difference/find the object game.