Summary: I got this game for <$10, so for the money, I thought it was okay. The storyline is odd - there was an earthquake and they're "escaping" the museum. The hidden objects are super frustrating at times, and sometimes, it was very difficult to figure out what you had to do to finish the level. I had to consult online walkthroughs for some levels, but at least with those, I was able to finish the game. Not horrible, but definitely not my top pick.
Summary: I like hidden objects games, they're good to do when you're curled up in bed at night and trying to empty the brain and fall asleep. I've done several such as the Myster Case Files Mystery Case Files: MillionHeir and the Amazing Adventures Amazing Adventures: The Forgotten Ruins series -- I'm just sharing this to show there are hidden object games I really enjoy and which are challenging and a blast to play -- but this isn't one of them.
Summary: The story is inconsistent and illogical. The likelihood that certain things would be working and available following an earthquake doing the amount of damage we see just doesn't seem possible. (See spoiler at the end of the review if you want an example.) The journey from room to room is painful. Items have to be found, and while I don't want them standing out with signs pointing to them, I do expect them to be visible when I'm hovering right over them.
Summary: Entertaining enough game, but the small DS screen makes it difficult to find some objects hence you rarely find your accuracy above 23% (I did get 64% once which I was very surprised about!). So yeah, this is far better played on the PC. Anyway, if you can get past that it's generally enjoyable but it's easy to finish in a matter of hours, so don't buy it if you want something to last all holiday.