Big City Adventure: Paris
From Paris With Love
Once again our beloved family takes a trip to the romantic city of Paris and its fun fun and fun. Big City Adventure fans will love the small changes that have been adapted to this ever so popular series. First of all we are in Paris and the graphics, as always are wonderful, voice-overs only at he beginning and music which unfortunately is on a loop.
HOG lovers will definitely enjoy the many HO scenes just packd with items to find and they are not always easy. As always you have the coins to collect that give you extra bonuses like hints and 2 minutes added to your clock.
The one feature that I simply love about this game are the postcards with fun facts, interesting information on sites that you visit which for some strange reason sticks to your mind. So if you are ever visit Paris, you will now know where to go and what to see. Did I mention that there are also achievements to earn? A fun time for the entire family and a way to challenge yourselves with different mini-games and lots and lots of HO scenes to play.Vire La France!
December 21, 2012
A Great Addition to the Big City Adventure Series
If you are familiar with Big City series and enjoyed the other cities this will be a welcome addition. For newcomers these Big City games are great fun for hidden object/puzzle lovers. As these series tend to be mostly hidden object scenes players who prefer adventure style games may not enjoy it but it?s great that BF offers a range of games for us to enjoy.
The hidden object scenes are colourful and there are fun facts about Paris before each scene as well as a puzzle following each hidden object scene. I played only a couple of scenes but noticed some interactive elements so an added component of fun. As with previous games there is a page where you can see a list of achievements and with 60 levels it seems to bode well for a good length of play.
I don?t play pure hidden object games much now so will pass on this for myself but I will be buying this game for my cousins as well as my grandmother. And yes, I think this game appeals to a wide age range not just children especially for those players who dislike dark themed games, they will appreciate this fun, light, and cheery game. I try to be objective in my reviews of all games so even though this is not to my taste I can see that it is a well made game. I would give it a four and a half star rating but as BF doesn?t provide half stars will round it up to a five. I recommend it to hidden object lovers and for others give the trial a try you may like it.
December 21, 2012
Return to travel fun
Following the usual Big City lines, this game is not a brain buster - just fun! No mystery to solve. Just sit back, sharpen your observation skills and learn tidbits about Paris as you go. Some items can be a challenge to find as they blend well into the scenery. This is a nice break from the darker HOS games.
December 21, 2012
Big city Adverture: Paris
I love the Big City games. This one looks to be a little shorter than the others but it plays the same as the rest. Fun hunt and good music. A great way to spend a cold snowy afernoon. I bought it to go with all the others.
December 21, 2012
Fun, relaxing, challenge (but not too), nothing scary or dark
Love this game, the puzzles between scenes are a nice break from only HOG scenes, the challenge is difficult enough to not get boring, the ability to have hints or add time is a nice bonus. The music is pleasant, this is a game I RECOMMEND HIGHLY. I play these games while healing from long term illness, they are a delightful change from reading and TV, and they keep my mind active. I don't like the dark HOG and these Big City adventures are games I will be adding to my collection.
January 28, 2013
A real hidden object game
If you like hidden object, this goes from hidden object to game to hidden object. Very refreshing from the "you can't figure out what to do next" games.
January 14, 2013
Big City; Big Fun
I just love the Big City Adventure HOG's. They're fairly easy, lighthearted and fun to play; unlike those dark, dreary, scary games that are so popular (why? I don't know). I get a chuckle out of some of the action going on around the scenes (worm crawling in and out of apple, cat's paw dangling over chair, etc.). It's a very nice game for families to play together. I wish Big Fish game creators would do more of these.
January 10, 2013
I've been waiting a long time for this one
Yeahhh!!! These are my favorite HOG games, and I hope there will be more to come. The puzzles are particularly good combining the best of the puzzles from the previous games. The hidden objects are fun and somewhat challenging. I don't like the dark games, with storylines, that most of the HOG games are, so appreciate these kind of HOG games...more please!!!!
February 8, 2013
Another Long trip
I think this is my favorite of this series. Liked the fun facts about Paris before each game play. Different puzzles that were fun and fairly easy.
I played in "timed" mode and had no problems finishing in the amounted limit.
Some of the HOS were challenging and had to use the hint button.
Fun game and will be a game I play again in the future.
February 6, 2013
Big City games
I love all the Big City Adventure games. They are not difficult. There is no 'blood and gore', no ghosts, no killer to find, and #best of all# you don't have to wonder frome scene to scene looking for an object to connect to another object. Most of the items are easy to find, some not so easy. The music is perfect for each city you are in. Lots of interesting facts about the city. My 10 year old grandson has no problem with this game. I hope there are many more Big City games in the future.
December 22, 2012