Reviews and Problems with Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace
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its worth the price
22 September 2013
Summary: i paid a little over $2.00 for this game and it was worth it. the game itself is very short does not take very long to complete this game. there is not much to the game just puzzles, not what i was expecting at all.the game is fun while it lasts.
As Exciting As The Face Of A Buckingham Palace Guard
mwreview "mwreview", Amazon
23 July 2012
Summary: For a hidden object game about Buckingham Palace, this Hidden Mysteries release is surprisingly bland. The subject matter could make for very impressive search scenes, but they have a washed-out look and are not as clear and vivid graphically as other hidden object games this reviewer has played. Some of the scenes are a little dark and some objects are a bit difficult to see as a result.
Summary: This is my favorite of the "Hidden Mysteries" DS games. The objects were relatively easy to spot, the storyline made sense, and (gasp!) you could actually learn a little about Buckingham's history. You can play in an untimed mode, so this is a great game to sit and relax with.
Summary: This is a very good Video Game. It is a bit like "I spy" in video game format in which you have to search for certain items in a room, but at the end of each search you receive another clue to solve the over all mystery of the game (Finding all the crown jewels, why they were hidden, and who hid them). You have to have a basic reading level to enjoy the game as some clues are in the form of letters of correspondence so I wouldn't recommend this to little kids.
Summary: This game lacks challenge. The items to find are the same in each scene. The extra challenges are too simple. After a short time, the game becomes boring. I had hoped with the Royal Wedding just occurring, this game would have been much more fun.