Summary: For whatever reason, I had this game on my wishlist for some time. I finally broke down and purchased it and am thrilled that I did! My only regret? Having waited so long. I love hidden object games and am a bit picky on ones that really catch my attention and keep it.
Summary: Murder in Venice pulled me in from the first scene. The story is easy to follow and the incorporation of the hidden object scenes often added to the story line. The characters are stereotypical, but the graphics are great.
Summary: This is an awesome game. There are typical hidden object screens with interesting and new minigames. My vision is not that great (20/40 with an uncorrected astigmatism) and I had little trouble finding the items eventually. It is not too difficult and not too easy.
Summary: I like this game a lot so far, I have not played many "story" type games, this is my first, I am not far into it, but I am 37 years old and it is holding my attention when I do play it. It also saves your place, which a couple others I bought do not...
Summary: I REALLY ENJOYED THIS GAME. WHEN I FINISHED THE GAME I PLAYED IT OVER AGAIN. THE ONLY THING I DIDN'T LIKE ABOUT IT WAS THAT YOU ONLY HAD ROOM FOR ONE PROFILE. I LIKE TO PLAY UNDER MORE THAN ONE PROFILE AND I ALSO LIKE TO SHARE THE GAME WITH FRIENDS. I HAVE TO DELETE MY PROFILE TO DO THIS.
Summary: This is a "best of both worlds" puzzle game, as far as I'm concerned. The plot actually makes sense, AND the game itself is fun and interesting. It's a really short play (I finished the main story version in a couple hours), but I've replayed it three or four times since then and still gotten a lot...
Summary: Hidden object games aren't my favorite genre (just once in a while), but this one was really good. I just finished playing this one through. If I had reviewed it when I first started, I probably would have given a lower rating, but the game gets better as you go along.