Conclusion: Overall, Junior Mystery Stories is a competent hidden object game, albeit not a standout in a genre that could badly use something fresh. The story is carried out in interesting sequences with some good art and vocalizations. Yet the game fails to set itself apart in the actual hidden objects gameplay, and even takes a few steps backwards in some of the fundamentals, such as the hints system.
Excerpt: ’ biggest problem is how it seems to want you to believe it’s something more than a game that presents you with a cluttered room then asks you to point out semi-hidden items with your stylus because, as far as games of this ilk go, this title is a competent and sometimes enjoyable take.
Summary: Okay so my normal games involve cards, but as I have a Nintendo DS this is one that Michael could not cover. Over the years I have reviewed a number of software products from GSP for the PC, here a mystery solving game for DS.