Summary: This game was fun, but WAY TOO SHORT!!! It leaves you with a cliffhanger ending, and a few of the cases are VERY hard at some points. I was around ten when I played this, so I don't think it's a good idea to purchase it for anyone over nine.
Summary: This game is really fun, you solve cases like the fire in the school library, the missing rare book, and the computer hacker. You play as a girl whose parents divorced, and her dad died. She lives alone with her pet cat, Ozzy, in a tree house. You do things like find the differences, rub the screen with the stylus to uncover clues, and look for clues with a magnifying glass. Then post all your cases on the blog GOTCHA! All really fun stuff.
fun but a cliff hanger (a 10 year old girl's review)
17 June 2011
Summary: My sister bought this game one day and I thought this would be a really boring game,but I was was wrong!It was super fun and action packed!I loved it!I've played a lot of the advanced games like Mario and stuff so this game was a breeze!While it was super easy it did not lose my attention.The only down side was that I completed it the day we got it, and I was disappointed to find a cliffhanger at the end!
Summary: I finished this game in 2 days, it would've taken me one if I hadn't stopped playing that day. You could finish this in less than 3 hours. I think it is a good idea for a game, it was just way to easy and left me unhappy at how easy it was to accomplish. I would't buy it unless you can't live without this sorta thing 'cause its a disappointment.
Absolutely fun, but SHORT!! (Written by 13-year-old)
M. Larsen, Amazon
14 January 2010
Summary: I got this game and it is really fun. You get to solve mysteries, find clues, and overall its really cool. When you get the game, you can choose beginner of advanced level. I think beginner would be for 8-11 year olds and advanced for 12-15 year olds. There is one thing about this game I don't like. Everything else is awesome and fun, but the downside is pretty big. It is so short. Guess how long it took? ONLY FIVE FIFTEEN TO TWENTY MINUTE CASES!