Summary: no good as a hidden object game.developers could have done greatness for this type of surrounding ....IF you want the best wii hidden object game get Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse and I SPY wii(you rotate room around with directional pad at top to find and interact with items)...stay away from I SPY spooky Mansion it on same level with escape museum.
Summary: My kids are 8 and 6 and love puzzles. They really like the 'hidden pictures' part of their puzzle magazines, so I picked up this game because I thought it would be a fun family activity. It was not. Right from the start it looked like it had a very low budget - the cartoon-drawn characters didn't move and spoke in text blocks that frequently covered their faces, and the drawings of the museum rooms are very static.
Summary: The pictures make the game look better than it really is. The graphics suck, if you zoom in, the pictures are blurry. If you want clear, you have to zoom out, but you can't see anything. I love hidden object games, I was so looking forward to this one and was so disappointed. When you solve a room, this poorly drawn cartoon character comes on the screen, makes it feel like it is for a 7 year old.
Summary: Wow this game was better than I had expected, I bought this game thinking that no one will enjoy it but when I started to play my entire family started to gather by the tv showing me where to find the items and like everyone jus took over the game, especially the part where we had to find the items and put it together it was like solving a mystery ! ! !
Summary: This game as a whole is a lot of fun, if you like puzzle and hidden object games. It's entertaining and moves along at a fairly good pace. However, there are a few things that are confusing or annoying. - It takes a little bit to understand the zoom in/zoom out feature. The instruction booklet says to hold B and push toward the TV to zoom in, and hold B and pull out to zoom out.