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Game has an interesting story but I would have enjoyed it if they would have explained it a little more in the end. It has about 8 screens that you play over & over, so it's very repetitive. The hint system is different it will turn green once you get closer to the item, the game will let you earn 3 hints per screen, so I never ran out of hints. This is just a straight up hidden object game, no puzzles.
If you choose the Relax mode, it allows you to practice, and the level never ends. That also means you don't get anywhere but level 1. In order to play the game through, you have to choose the Classic or Puzzle mode. Unfortunately, these two are timed, which is why the game lost 1 star, as I like stress-free games. That said, I was able to do okay, only needing to repeat a handful of levels because I ran out of time. That's why I'd suggest starting off with the Relax mode to develop your moves. In the timed modes, you don't have a lot of time to think about how to arrange the boxes for matching.