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.
Summary: It is slow and hard to locate the items you need and children can not do it unless they are a teenager. We bought this item as a family type game to play with our grandchildren, our 13 year old grandson at times gets upset at the game and won't finish it because the hint tells you where the item is...
Summary: Hidden object game is ok but the story line is weak. The story could have been a little more entertaining if the husband had gotten into the museum and she would have to find him as well as get to her daughter. More interaction among characters.
I loved it once I figured out how to zoom the screen
Hunter's Wife "Diane", Amazon
8 July 2009
Summary: I was frustrated like some of the other reviewers concerning size of images until I realized that you hold the trigger and push and pull with your arms to enlarge and shrink the scene. This is a miniscule blurb in the instructions that is VERY easy to miss.
Summary: My daughter loves Dinosaurs and anything to do with them. She also thinks she wants to be an archeologist. The game I agree is a little hard to find the hidden objects, but that doesn't seem to bother her. I find it more frustrating that she does. This game is more for the slower moving group.
Excerpt: Hidden Object games started out on the PC as that was the only format they were really suited for but when Nintendo launched their Wii with the novel controls it opened up the market for this type of game and brought it to a new audience.