Summary: I was very disappointed with this game. Simply because it stated it had all kinds of mini games and not the typical hidden object game. It does have mini games, but so simple its for grade school kids. And the entire basis is hidden object. I was bored after about 30 minutes, and the whole game took about 2 hours. Not worth the purchase to me.
Summary: 5 Stars! Very original game, excellent graphics (you feel as if you are in a storybook), challenging puzzles (warning: very little help is offered during this game, you really have to think your way through). I really recommend this game.
Summary: It is beautiful and enjoyable to play. The puzzles are interesting, and some are pretty challenging, but not annoying. But the gaming experience is not very consistent some designs are not very friendly, and could be improved. The biggest flaw is the length. I think most people can finish it in 5 hours. With the inconsistent experience and very short play through, the price of $10 is pretty-overpriced.
Summary: This game was actually very surprising and enjoyable, I got it in an Indie bundle. The soundtrack and graphics are beautifully done and the puzzles are fun but sometimes they can be a little frustrating, but not very difficult by any means just a little hard to figure out what you have to do. The game is a little short...the play time for me was around 2 hours or 2 hours thirty minutes. Defiantly worth it.
Summary: Tried the demo, but could not get past the first puzzle. While the music is great, the artwork is adorable, and I would really like to play it...there is no tutorial, so I cannot tell whether it's generally not working, or I'm not seeing something obvious. Will not be purchasing the full copy, unfortunately, although I had high hopes for it.
Summary: This is a very casual and relaxing puzzle game for all ages. The whimsical artwork and airy soundtrack made it an pleasant escape. The puzzles are challenging enough to be fun, but not impossible. I could see how the die hard puzzle fanatics would fine this too simple, but for just the casual enthusiast, it offers plenty of enjoyment.
Summary: This game is underrated for a couple reasons. The main reason is that it comes across as a Machinarium-esque point-and-click adventure, while in actuality it is primarily a hidden object game. I'm not a big fan of the genre, but this one implements it in such a way that I never found myself bored or annoyed with it.
Summary: This game doesn't really test your intelligence or whatever. It's all about being spotty with collecting hundreds of objects that move the game further, which gets a bit tiresome after a while. Eye-candy graphics, yes, this is a plus, but not enough in my opinion.
Summary: Beautiful artwork and soundtrack. Mostly logical, but can be frustrating when you miss one object. Some of the puzzles are very difficult for me, I'm not sure how someone can finish in an hour without cheating. Felt a little anticlimactic at the end in that the last puzzle is by no means the hardest. Still I enjoyed the game overall and liked the music and artwork. Well worth the money I paid for it (it was on sale).