Mystery P.I.: Stolen in San Francisco
Very enjoyable to play
At 24 levels there are returns to all of the scenes on several occasions. But Mystery PI games find a way not to become too repetitive with repeat searches for bonus objects to unlock other scenes. The scenes are aesthetic and provide enough light to find all objects without becoming frustrated. The ending does keep the player involved with solving the mystery. Very good replay value along with unlimited seek and find and the match 3 games after solving the mystery. Wish all Mystery PI games were Mac compatible.
November 30, 2011
I love all the Mystery PI games. Always challenging and always fun. The mini-games are usually good too.
November 15, 2011
ANOTHER GREAT GAME!
I have several Mystery PI games and love them all. San Francisco is great, although I admit to stumbling at the end of the game when I had difficulty solving the last puzzle! But that's part of the fun.
August 5, 2012
Great Hidden Object Game
Loved this game. Lots of hidden object scenes with a few puzzles that can be skipped.
December 19, 2011
If you need a P.I. You want Mystery P.I.
Another great Mystery P.I. HOG game. The series keep getting better and better. Good puzzles and HO as well as a good story. This game can be a challenge for the beginner to the expert. A good series and a great game.
August 4, 2012
Mystery P.I.: Stolen in San Francisco
i like everyone of mystery P.I.s games , i like them all.
November 12, 2012
HO PLAYERS THIS GAME IS FOR YOU
All the Mystery PI games are the same; they have tons and tons of HOS to play. You can play them with a clock keeping time or you can play the casual mode. I played the timed mode and didn't have any trouble finishing the HOS in the time period provided.
There are 25 levels to the game and you have from 3 to 8 HOS to play for each level. At the end of each level, there is a puzzle to solve, but they are not that hard. Also you must pick up certain items during the game to unlock the extra HOS and 35 match 3 games at the end.
The final puzzle at the end was good; I was timed out once and had to start over.
It is a long game, even without playing the extra scenes at the end. Well worth the money.
August 19, 2013
Great hidden object game!
This is a wonderful hidden object game. There are 25 levels, so it's a game you can really spend time on and is well worth the cost. The objects in each scene are skillfully hidden, but the art work is very clear and easy to see. To play the game, you find hidden objects in an average of four scenes at each level. At the end of the level there is a mini-game such as Match 3, Jigsaw puzzles, Find the Differences, etc. When you solve the mini game you receive a clue, and when you finish all 25 levels, you need to use all the clues you've collected to solve a final puzzle. There are also "bonus" hidden objects in each new scene. If you find all 25 flashlights you get an extra million points. Every new scene also has a key and a peace symbol. The object is to find all 25 of each of these in order to play the "Unlimited" hidden object part of the game and Unlimited Match 3. After you finish all 25 levels, you can click on each scene and find every one of the hidden objects in that scene. I'm a real hidden object game fan, so this game is perfect for me!
July 14, 2013
Standard Hidden Object Game
This was a standard hidden object game with excellent hidden object scenes and a mini puzzle in between each location of search. The soundtrack was okay, the graphics were okay. There were additional items to find at each scene to unlock bonus features. Perfect for those who enjoy straight hidden object games.
January 27, 2012
Hidden Objects, and How!
This reminds me of how hidden object games used to be - straightforward and with more focus on finding objects rather than an involved, complicated plot. It reminds me of Mystery Case Files: Huntsville.
I'm currently at level 4 and so far I realize you need to know to expect out-of-scale objects (i.e. a giant matchstick, a frog ten times the normal size) or else you'd be stumped. Some objects are really small but still well-defined. People with glasses such as I may need to squint more though! The mini-games are extremely easy and the hint button recharges quickly. You are under time pressure (17 hours) to finish. I found it challenging to keep focused though, being spoiled by plot-driven games such as Rite of Passage and Surface.
August 1, 2012