Jack of all Tribes makes you stop and think what is more important to work on in order to beat the timer. Personally, I love it! I've had to play a few levels over a few times in order to beat the timer but it can be done - you just have to stratigize what you are going to build first to get the most bang for your buck in the game.
Pros of free nfs undercover mega trainer
Funny game sounds.
It doesn’t demand a big system to run it.
Cons of free nfs undercover mega trainer
I like the way things are placed. It takes time to figure it out and you have to look close to find the pieces needed
I didn't care for this one because I dont like timed games. I liked untimed games...they are way more relaxing and fun to play.
Edward1974May 30, 2013, 12:16
I found this game to be quite delightful. If you are a fan of Jessica Fletcher and the Murder She Wrote series, you will love this game. The HO scenes are well drawn, and the plots of the various stories pull you along and keep you interested. There is no blood or gore here, no vampires, etc., but it's a lot of fun. It's great for older children too.
Herbert1978September 14, 2013, 23:55
Only one of the "mini-games" could be considered "fun." The game that requires you to stop customers from leaving is an absolute waste of time.
Felix1988December 14, 2013, 02:33
I don't think you necessarily have to be a history buff to enjoy this one. You start the adventure when you're given a journal to find 5 lost historical treasures. In each chapter you uncover a set of clues that lead you to the final treasure troves. The HOs can sometimes be a challenge to locate but not so difficult that you become frustrated. Each scene also includes a mystery item that you can uncover by solving its riddle as well as puzzles you need to solve within each scene in order to get the next clue to the location of a treasure. I thought the length of the game was just right but replay value is limited since you must solve the same puzzles and riddles every time although I do believe that some of the HOs may change. This is a nice game for the whole family and it's definately worth taking a look at!
Crispin1972October 17, 2013, 04:07
Well, that's an exaggeration. But the hidden objects are somewhat blurry and don't always look like they should because of the style of artwork. The couple of scenes I did were just a jumble of junk, little of which had anything to do with the storyline. There are credits instead of hints. The maximum number of credits you can have at any one time is 15, so you might as well use them because each object you find adds another credit. I do think you should be able to stockpile more than 15 credits since one hint can cost as much as 5 credits. There are so many fun and visually appealing HO games available; please don't waste your time or eyesight on this one.