Summary: In Musaic Box you'll need to find sheets of music in an eye-spy game and then you'll have to solve optical and acustical puzzles to hear the right tune played. I never like eye-spy work but I really enjoyed the puzzle part.
Summary: I'm usually too impatient for adventure games, but this game kept my attention. I liked the integration of the sound here, usually sound is just a mood-enhancer or giving clues or warnings when near a solution, but now you needed it, you rely on it.
Summary: I've resorted to playing old stuff due to a lack of new things. Musaic Box is a delight to play, but only if you have an ear for music and some real training. Explore your Grandfather's house, finding pieces of music.
Summary: Fun game--while it lasted. Enjoyed the music puzzles a lot. But ACK!! They forgot to put an ending on it. I couldn't even tell whether the game was over or not and had to check online forums to find out. What happened to Grandpa?
Summary: Really enjoyed it. The search is more point and click adventure, like Nancy Drew, than hidden object. You have to click on everything to turn lights on, look behind mirrors, etc. The next part is tangrams that can be solved musically or geometrically--or by combination.