Summary: I sampled this game during an event where Nintendo had a free game-play station and it was so much fun at the time for the 15 minutes I played it. So, I decided to buy it on my own. Mind you, I am in my late 20s, but I thought it would still be fun. It was very simple and cheesy, so I lost interest.
Excellent Hidden Object Game But Crime-Solvers Should "Heir" On The Side Of Caution
mwreview "mwreview", Amazon
27 August 2012
Summary: After playing a few lackluster Hidden Object games, this reviewer finally got around to playing MillionHeir. MillionHeir is clever and well-done with nice details. The story: help find the missing millionaire Phil T. Rich or, if presumed dead, his heir and his killer.
Summary: Mystery Case File: Million heir is similar to an I Spy game, I would recommend buying it new though instead of used. The game has "files" and as you find the stuff it unlocks more files, but if the game is used there are files already unlocked and there is no way to erase the opened files or start...
Summary: I didn't know what to expect when I bought this game. I thought it would be a mix between Professor Layton and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. It is neither. The game is VERY I-Spy; there are many random objects (turtles in trees, broccoli on roofs, ect) and you job is to find the specific items on...
Summary: This is my type of game - none of the running around as the character jumping and fighting, etc. This had detailed pictures and hidden objects - just a game to use your mind and your eyes. Loved it!
Summary: I'm a grandma who doesn't enjoy the action type games my grandson loves. Prefer games like Prof Layton. I noted the overall good ratings given this game and gave it a try. I found it to be just boring. It's view after view of "find the hidden object" with a few non-thinking puzzles thrown in.