Summary: This is one of those games where you have to "construct" items you need piece by piece rather than earn or find the items through hidden object searches. I prefer finding the entire item, etc., rather than finding parts, so this wasn't my kind of game. That's why I gave it only a 3. The storyline was good though and none of the puzzles were hard.
Summary: But alas....after three attempts to download it, I just gave up. And lest you assume I am a newbie at downloading, allow me to add that I am almost embarrassed at how many games I have purchased and successfully downloaded from Amazon.
Summary: This series of games is just top notch! The artwork, the intricacy of the tasks, the story as it unfolds. The games are neither too short or too long, neither too easy or too hard. I really enjoyed playing this one, and will certainly play it again, which I rarely do. It's just a pity there aren't more games in this series. Well worth the price.
Summary: Ok - I started off with Mystery at Mortlake Manor and maybe that spoiled me. This one was just so frustrating. I didn't enjoy looking for pieces of items insteady of being able to just search for the item. But the biggest hassle was that a great deal of what I was looking for was within an almost completely black screen - I wouldn't have found it in a thousand years without the hints.
The Treasures of Mystery Island is truly a MYSTERY
Paula Dumas "pdq", Amazon
3 September 2013
Summary: I have had nothing but trouble after downloading this game with my PC. I started getting a different page when I logged onto the internet that gave me a lot of sensationalized articles and pop up ads when I was in places they should not have been allowed. The games I had had before never gave any problems, but as a result of the problems, I lost my sound card and cannot even use my ITunes.