Fun for all ages, this Hidden Object game is a delight to those of us who scrapbook as a hobby. The items are well-drawn, not to easy, or too hard, to find, and delightful to look at. This game offers more than one of the sought object so you have a real chance to find them, and has a magnifier option for those of us with older eyes. I find it fun to play, and also an inspiration for my paper scrapbooking.
November 18, 2011
A great game for scrapbookers
This game was a lot of fun. I was a little skeptical at first but once I was playing the demo it became a lot of fun.
The graphics are fantastic. The decorating of scrapbook pages are a blast. It's a relaxing and fun game. If your the creative type, you will enjoy this game.
March 3, 2012
Fun little game!
This is such a fun little game for all the family. The graphics are brilliant and while some things prove difficult to find, the level of challenge means it's relaxed enough to not stress over.
I particularly liked how you can zoom in and zoom out which made each level much more interesting for me. I also really, really enjoyed each scene and unlike most other HO games, this one actually made sense in what you where finding.
January 11, 2012
Very Fun for Beginners
My 9-year-old daughter is starting to play my easier HOG, so I bought this one for her to play all by herself. While I have mostly watched the game from over her shoulder, it is very much set up the same way the I Spy games are, which she loves. Personally, I would peg this game for tweens to young adults. A bit too easy for veteran gamers. Very cute overall.
May 7, 2012
Okay hidden object game for scrapbookers
When I saw this as the featured game of the day, I went ahead and tried the demo. I'm a big fan of hidden object games, and I've considered getting into scrapbooking, so I figured this game would be a good fit. While I can't say that I disliked the game, it also wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be.
The hidden object part started out okay, but after playing several levels it seemed you were looking for your hidden objects in the same few places every round. For me, it got a little boring after awhile- especially since many times you were looking for the same hidden objects in each round. I felt there was a good mix of easier and harder objects to find. Although I was skeptical about it, the magnifying glass feature is actually very well done and very useful for finding smaller items.
The scrapbook design part was also just okay for me. I wish it allowed you to start your pages from scratch and give you more choices as to the layout of the page and the background. I also found that the controls were off at times- I would click to move one thing and it would move something else.
Although it's impossible to lose this game, you can choose whether you want to time yourself or play in "relaxed mode." There is no real storyline- you're helping to find hidden objects so that you can help complete scrapbooks. If you're just a lover of any hidden object games- even repetitive ones- and have a creative side, you may really like this game. If you're not into the scrapbooking part and like a little more variety, try a different game or at least try the demo first.
March 14, 2012
Problably just for the young or scapbookers
This 15 level game only has 3 elements Hidden objects, matching objects to their outline, and Scrapbooking. There is no puzzles ,no mystery, no storyline.
The hidden objects are stickers. buttons, and other scrapbook supplies. I collect stickers and like the idea of scrapbooking. Si I enjoyed it somewhat. If you like unsual object finds you may enjoy it. So will scrapbookers, small children and people who collect this kind of stuff. There are only about 8 different puzzle and u have to do them a total of 45 times. so it gets boring and repetitive fast.
The scrapbooking part is fun and lets you be creative. First they make a starter page with backgrounds, main photos, theme, and a few objects. There are 4 or 5 outines you must find the objects the match.After that you can scrapbook how you want. You can change backgrounds and take most objects off and do it you way. You can not change the photo or theme.There are 15 pages to do.
April 6, 2012
Not the best, but good for beginners...
I was immediately drawn to this game because I love scrapbooking and you do get to scrapbook at the end of each section. However, the real challenge is finding stickers and other small items in drawers, on shelves, etc.
My biggest peeve with this game is how small many of the objects were. Thankfully, there is a handy magnifying glass, but you shouldn't need one in a decent HO game. If you can't find something, chances are it is hidden too well in a container of similarly colored objects. Yes, items are supposed to be hidden, but definitely not impossible to find without a hint or magnifying glass. I had to play this game in small increments because I would get frustrated with the microscopic items needed to move on.
On the plus side, the scrapbooking mini-games at the end of each level are fun and it's easy to get full stars for each page if you just let your creativity flow.
The game is fairly long with a repetitive scenes. It's a good game for beginners.
October 2, 2012
Not bad but could be better...
I had fun playing this game and it was worth the discounted price, but there are a few things that would make it much better.
1. More levels and less repetitiveness in each level.
2. Like someone else has already stated; the ability to start from scratch and more goodies to choose from.
3. The ability to use my own photos in a given theme to make it more personal, then perhaps use it as a desktop if I wish?
This game does have the potential to be something really great, I do hope that there are further editions with at least some if not all of the above suggestions added.
March 16, 2012
Not for me
This game didn't work for me at all. I hated the music and didn't like the graphics. The hidden object scenes were tedious and redundant. There's no storyline at all and that's my favorite part.
March 14, 2012
It Was OK, But I'm Sorry I Bought It
I like hidden object games. I tried the demo for this one, and it seemed to have potential, so I bought it.
It wasn't long after purchasing it that boredom set in.
The objects are tiny and piled on top of each other, either in a drawer, on a pegboard or on a desktop. The theme of these drawers, pegboards and desktops is limited, so you are returning to the same location every other "scene".
I did like the magnifier, accessed with the right click button.
The hint system was THE MOST RIDICULOUS I have encountered. You get a square, maybe 2" x 2" with sparklies bordering it. So you know a hidden object is inside that square. That's it -- that's the hint.
The scrapbooking part was OK. You can actually remove some of what is already on a scrapbook page, but not the photographs. So it is kind of creepy decorating a page with strangers' photos on the page. Maybe something more generic could have been used, like landscape, pets, street scenes.
I was bored to tears when it finally ended. And I breathed a sigh of relief. Unless you are desperate, pass this one by.
September 28, 2012