Reviews and Problems with Mystery P.I. - Portrait of a Thief
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Heather Kiehlmeier, Amazon
11 January 2014
Summary: I like the hidden object aspect of this game but it became a little mundane after awhile with going back to the same places. It is similar to the Amazing Amazon game except the bonus items you have to find in the scenes is a little bit easier to find in Mystery PI.
Summary: Let it be understood...I love Hidden Object games (just ask the folks at BigFish!). I have played the MCF MillionHeir on the DS as well as this one. The only real issue with either is that I'm not as young as I used to be and even with only a portion of the screen in view at any given time, it's...
Summary: I liked this game but that's not unusual since I am a fan of the popcap games. I already had the forgotten ruins game and liked that one. This game was almost the same except you had a different story going.
Summary: The game is fun and entertaining. Love the mini games. This game could of been perfect had the makers included some kind of magnifying tool to use on searching for small things, like bugs, keys, etc.
Summary: Wasn't sure I would enjoy this because it was a bit different from MCF: MillionHeir, but it is good. I still go back and play it, the unlimited games since I have finished the puzzle portion. If you like Seek & Find this is enjoyable. 06/04/10 Still one of my favorites............love this game.
Summary: I personally didn't think this game really had much to do with art theft. There's a plot and an investigation, but it happens without your help except that you have to find all these hidden items and if you find them, then you've got your "clues", but it's never really stated what they are.
Summary: The first picture finder game I purchased was Millionheir for DS. I finished it pretty quickly, but decided I wasn't done with this genre, so I purchased Mystery PI for DS for around the same price. I found the two games to be quite similar yet each with it's own perks.