Summary: This game was designed for the younger crowd but I was quite surprised that it entertained me. Although the gameplay was easy and the mini-games/puzzles were way too easy, however I quite enjoyed the artwork & graphics and the story was quite interesting and easy to follow. Sound, effects & animation were pretty good too. Overall, it was an enjoyable, cute and fun game.
Summary: I played the whole game (about 4 hrs for slow me) and its variously hard (a few hidden objects) and amazingly easy (most objects and mini-games) at the same time. There was some really nice artwork (and some classical music) to the point that I wondered if the game had originally been planned to be much more in depth but they either ran out of money or the developers (Blitpop - out of Lisbon, Portugal) sat through the Saturday morning cartoons once too many times and...
Summary: I also have mixed reactions to this game. While I was playing it I enjoyed it even if I thought it was really easy. But I have played it two weeks ago and I don't remember a lot about it, which is not a good sign ! The gameplay was flowing and the mini-games were really simple (as Cakefordiner mentioned the chess game : you don't have to know how to play, you just guess where to put the pieces). It was well done but I was a tiny bit disappointed by this Alawar game.
Summary: This one didn't grab me at all. Trying to find itsy-bitsy things in scenes crammed full of stuff, like an airport baggage area, was next to impossible; I had to use hints quite a lot. The mini-games did nothing for me: When the painting came up, you were instructed to paint it properly. Thing is, I didn't know what that meant. It was a stylized painting of flowers in a vase on a table, with (I suppose) light coming in through a window or a hole or something.
Summary: I find any game that comes from alawar I love. This one might have alot of things to look thru, but they are needed to complete the game. Hints are great and graphics are good too. If you want to skip the story part you can. This one is a very friendly nice game.
Summary: I agree with Moonwitch and Cakefordinner concerning the easiness of this game. I like a lot of Alawar games but Grace's Quest doesn't measure up. I enjoyed some parts of the game but not enough to buy the game or to waste a punchcard credit. In spite of the lack of instructions I found it much too easy. I didn't care for the graphics either and the puzzles were not challenging at all.
Summary: Game play: I love this game an bought it! But after all it is Alawar and they are one of my favorites for making games. Me personally I did not think it started off slow, just normal. I always love how you have to look inside other objects for an object. I did not play the full hour because I knew I was going to like and bought it. Music: Fits with the game perfectly. Nice and up beat. Graphics: Are really good.
Summary: Played the beta and don't feel like buying it even with Alawar's coupon. I'm waiting for regular editions of two far greater games. I'd say this is a good game for people who enjoy finding things - they are pretty easy and the hint recharges quickly. Some objects move aside to reveal others but otherwise scenes are pretty static.