Summary: I purchased this hame for my aunt who loves the "seek and find" computer games. She doesn't have interent at home and was very disappointed that she had to Ddownload it to play it" as she said. It didn't say anything at all about it in the description when I read it. To me that was misleading.
Summary: The game is basically finding the objects. After every chapter; you need to put together puzzle pieces to complete a picture. There are some door lock puzzles that are a little difficult at first.
Summary: Ravenhearst is a fun game, but tends to be repetitive after a few rooms are solved. The puzzles are challenging, and sometimes simply baffling. I gave up on solving a couple of them, will probably replay the game and spend more time on them next time through.
Summary: Very cool pictures. Solving the puzzles to unlock the doors were my favorite part but the 'find the hidden pictures' part became rather tedious very quickly (but apparently not to the finish-what-you-started, detail-oriented, and compulsive side of my brain, as I was able to complete the game).
Summary: This game isn't at all what I thought it was. I was expecting a mystery/adventure game. This game is just like I SPY. At first I was very disappointed, then I found that it's a fun game to turn on when you just have a few minutes to play something or want to clear your mind of your troubles.
Summary: The 3rd in the MCF Hidden Object game series has the same basic format as all the others with crowded scenes and size, placement and orientation of items altered to make finding things more difficult.
Summary: I bought this game after my daughters had bought me 'Return to Ravenhurst' at Christmas. It is not as difficult as its sequel and I was pleased I could finish the game; just missing two of the mini puzzles.