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: I love hidden object puzzels. This one is fun, there is a story and you move from room to room in the palace. It's just a good thing to pick up and play when you just want to relax for a few minutes.
Summary: This is probably at the top of my favorite seek and find games, because it actually has you use some of the items you find to solve the puzzles in between the 'searches.' It's not terribly hard, nor are the items ridiculously tiny, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Probably the only downside was that I found it hard to put down so that I finished it pretty quickly. Let's see more games like this!
Summary: As an Anglophile, I was really looking forward to this game. While it seems a little sacrilegious to hang a pretzel on a wall of the palace, I guess the Royals will survive the shock. The game is set up in several stages with 2-5 'rooms' in which we play seek and find. Some of the items that are found are added to our inventory. At the end of each stage we have to solve a puzzle with the items in our inventory. You can play this in 'Relaxed' or 'Timed' mode.