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If, like me, you are addicted to brain teasing games, then you must add this one to the list. It starts off with easy puzzles and soon progresses to difficult and then very difficult puzzles. Thank goodness for the undo button and the hint button. Plus no time limits allows you the time to really think things through. If you liked the others in this series, you'll like this one, too.
It was okay as a free game. But if I had to pay to play, that's where I've got to speak my mind. Each scene has a 5 minute timer to find 15 items. Unfortunately, most of the scenes look like a pawn shop exploded, with junk everywhere, and most of it unrelated to the scene. There are supposed to be hints, but it's almost impossible to find the cameras, thermometers, and question marks, along with the 15 items, all in 5 minutes. Since the scenes repeat pretty frequently, it does get a little easier to find items because you've looked over the scenes previously. Many items are drawn in the same color as the background, or 90% of the object is hidden, or it just doesn't look like what you'd expect. Over all, it wouldn't be a bad game (for free) if you could just relax and enjoy it instead of watching the clock.