Summary: NOTICE: Before you say "Oh, well, she's obviously just a hater because she's the only negative review", make sure you see that one of the five star reviews this game boasts is merely for the SELLER'S MERITS. She even ADMITS that her daughter became quickly bored with this game and put it aside. And who could blame her? It's so awful I won't even trade it because no one else deserves to give up a decent, or ever mediocre, game for this piece of rubbish.
Summary: The supplier met the commitment and the product was great for the value paid. In fact I only paid a cent so basically the product was free. The game though is not so good. My daughter just tried it for couple of times and stopped playing since she did not like it much.
Summary: The Compass is a great game. It starts in the Arctic at the beginning (which for those of you who do not know it's halfway through the book.) Then you go to before the book starts so that is confusing. That is the only bad thing about the game except the item switching. When you hit the select button your inventory pops up and you use the stylus to move the items to the a button. The a button is the ONLY button that uses items which kind of stinks.