Summary: This game definitely lacks the sophistication in both method and graphics of a lot of other hidden object mystery type games I have played in the past. It is probably better suited for a younger begginer, as it pretty much tells you what to do as you go along. Some of the objects in the hidden object games are poorly illustrated and difficult to find, but there is no penalty for clicking around the scene at random, which is how a lot of the objects get found.
Summary: This is a hidden object game wrapped up in a bit of a story. There are puzzles scattered about, but none that will stump you for very long. There are plenty of hints, and the hint meter refills rapidly. I thought the mediocre map was actually the toughest part of the game. Lots of times I knew the area I needed to go to but couldn't figure out how that related to my current location, so I spent a while clicking around before I stumbled onto the right path.
Summary: This is a seek'n' find adventure game that is incredibly simple. So simple that they tell you exactly what to do in order to solve tasks. (i.e. take flint, combine. Take sparking flint, combine with kindling etc...). Some of the items are difficult to find because they made the image to small and the clarity is masked by the fuzziness of the overall image. The hint bar fills up fast, so for the one or two items you can't find, you will.