Summary: The poor graphics make it hard to find objects. You are able to zoom in, but the controls do not respond well, so it takes a while to get as close as you need to be. There are no directions in certain rounds of the game which is hard when you have no idea what to do. In some rounds there is a help button, which targets the area where to look...I found myself using this quite often.
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: This is one of the worst games I've played on the Wii. I am a big fan of HOG (Hidden Object Games) on the PC and thought it would be fun on the Wii. WRONG. Very hard to navigate around the screen and the items are very hard to find. Not fun at all. Save your money on this one.
Summary: This is a computer game, made into a Wii game. Very hard to see images on the tv screen, just not as much fun as I thought it would be. I would recommend play on the PC vs the Wii. If you like hidden object games, buy Ultimate I Spy.
Summary: I bought this game because my kid's went nuts for the Night at the Museum movies, and the front of this box leads you to believe the game will be somewhat similar to the movies. It wasn't, and my kids never touch it. Waste of money.
Summary: I was so excited to get this game, but i am unable to finish it. You cant see anything your looking for. I agree, the story line is awful. You would think for a Wii game, it would be a little more advanced than it is. I do not recommend it!