As an adult, I quickly became bored, but my niece just loves it - she rated it a four star!
Theodore1983May 22, 2013, 01:04
After reading a few reviews, perhaps I did not "figure out" how to play the game... But I found it very nerve-wracking, trying to complete Level 10 under the time clock after "replaying" that level twice! And then to have the "professor" give me a C-!!! What was that about!!! I did about three-fourths of the way through the game figure out that maybe the reason I could not find any "secret" objects (except for two or three...) was because I needed to collect all the gadgets first. But even after that, I never "found" any additional secret objects... So I don't know. I didn't like the way the game the ended. I don't see ever replaying this game again, and I'm glad I caught it on free game day... P.S. -- Somebody tell the designers of this game the difference between "loose" and "lose." We've been discussing how the next generation doesn't have very good spelling or grammar due to all the bad habits of "texting." Just another example....
Sebastian1987October 29, 2013, 13:30
Good for a beginner trying to find hidden objects. Silly story, lots of misspellings.
Cyrus1983January 10, 2014, 08:04
I just finished this game and I loved it. I couldn't stop until I finished it. Well, I stopped once, for about five minutes and I had to get back in there. It was just about perfect, the H/O were just difficult enough to keep you interested. I wish it were longer and I hope they have more of these. This was as close to a perfect H/O game if there ever was one. The only issue I had is that it installed so freaking slow.
Jared1976December 26, 2013, 16:26
This game seems to have slipped under the radar, yet it is one of the best games of its type that I’ve seen. Bear with me while I list just a few of the reasons I am so impressed.1. Clearly designed to appeal to young players, it is bright and colourful, has wonderfully imaginative graphics, and straightforward gameplay. I’m a grownup, but I really enjoyed the visuals. And I loved the bear.2. It offers lots of variety. In one scene, you are required to find a number of listed objects, followed by a number of pictured objects, followed by 15 of one item, and probably a simple puzzle or two, all in scenes within the scene.3. Each of these objectives is clearly stated, active areas within the scene are highlighted, and all hold together with the simple but interesting story.4. The simple and somewhat ‘childish’ dialogue nevertheless keeps everything clear and can be skipped if you want.5. The story took a while to get me in, but when you find yourself feeling the need to hurry because the bear’s in trouble, you know you’re hooked.This is a refreshingly different HO game, suitable for 8-80 yr olds. Give it a trial.