Summary: Several years ago, I purchased all Wrebbit 3D games for the computer and somehow lost the Orient Express DVD. This was a replacement purchase. I only wish they would produce more games. Amazon service is the best!
Summary: I've played the following Puzz 3D CD puzzles: Orient Express, Neuschwanstein Bavarian Castle, Notre Dame Cathedral, Victorian Mansion, and Lamplight Manor. For the most part, especially when you can play them on a Windows 98 machine with the appropriate QuickTime version and system requirements, the games execute very smoothly.
Summary: 1. I really didn't expect the Orient Express to be quite so Pricey. I have in my possession a box with 4ea computer puzzles, The Orient Express, The Bavarian Castle,Notre Dame Cathedral and Victorian Mansion. I cannt be certain now but I dont think I paid as much for the four Puzzle as you are charging for the one. 2.
Summary: Of the four puzzles, this one was my least favorite. It was harder to tell the different sections apart, but I did manage to assemble it finally. Once the train was complete, the mystery was great. Make sure you look high and low or you will miss clues.
Summary: This is the third 3D puzzle I have purchased,only one, Notre Dame Cathedral gave me no problems.All others had errors,crashes(blue screen). Tech support tried but had no answers.I have new computer and all the stuff to run games.So I will never again buy 3D puzzles. I don't know what's wrong,it's a great idea. Notre Dame was fun,but the other two!
Summary: This is the last of the puzz 3-d puzzles that are now on the market that I have completed. The puzzle is fantastic and the games on the train are fun. It seems to me however, that the mouse action used to get around the train was a bit slower and harder to use than the other games. Even at that, I had a great time trying to figure out the tiles and prophecies for each passenger.
Summary: I have always loved jigsaw puzzles. But this is the first time I have ever put one together on a computer. Puzz 3D Orient Express has 4 difficulty levels, from easy to super-challenging. I started off on the third level which is the challenging level. That level is just as challenging as the 1000-peice puzzles you buy in the store. The only difference is this: once you put the puzzle together, the fun doesn't stop.
Summary: I've enjoyed the previous three CD-ROM 3-D puzzles that Wrebbit has produced, and this one has all the things I liked: the jigsaw puzzle to assemble on screen, then touring the constructed building's rooms (in this case, train compartments), then solving the mysteries and brain teasers provided. On this fourth product, Wrebbit has changed the look of the on-screen buttons and controls to be more streamlined.