Big City Adventure: Vancouver
Fun! Just the right amount of challenge for a relaxing time
I like them all. It's the kind of hidden object game that can appeal to all ages. No dark and bloody story lines, no back and forth through mazes of hidden object rooms, no convoluted story lines filled with ghost machines, bloody heirs and vampires. Just fun searches and mini-games, not designed for the "goth-minded" player. Great for those of us who love HOG but don't want it to be a graduate level science project. :)
March 13, 2012
Big City Adventure: Vancouver
i absolutely love this game. i wish you would get more big city games i would buy them all. i love the mini games also. i have all the big city games and i want more
November 15, 2011
MAKE MORE BIG CITY ADVENTURES, I LOVE THEM
THEY REALLY MAKE THE TIME FLY.
November 19, 2011
fun hidden object game
i like the puzzles in between the hidden object part of the game
December 5, 2013
Vancouver Adventure Standard Edition
Put on your winter clothes and choose a character, mother father, sister, brother, grandma or grandpa. You will read a postcard that tells you a piece of information about the destination you are headed to and then play a hidden object game in that location. There will be an area in each scene that you can zoom into for more hidden objects. Each scene has hidden coins that give you extra time, extra hints or extra points. This is the first Big Adventure game with an available Collectors Edition with a walkthrough game, wallpapers, screensavers, a bonus game and achievements to earn, enjoy!
March 30, 2014
Take me to Canada!
I've been on another marathon. Obviously, this one is the Big City Adventure series of games. Toronto - definitely my favorite so far.
What I like:
Little footprints traveling across the map (I think their Grandma's but that's just me - lol); sound effects - really great in this version of the game; the mini games, which have been of a greater variety in this version; and the history lesson we get on each location we visit - LOVE IT!
What I Didn't Like:
Still .... the HOG scenes (hidden object game) are still terribly overloaded with hundreds upon hundreds of other items that aren't needed it's impossible to find the items on our list. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game.
IF I do choose to purchase one of these games, right now Toronto is in the lead. But, there are a few games left to play so that could change. I'll keep you posted.
I encourage everyone to try this game. Beginners might find it difficult but for family game night, it'd be a sure winner in my book.
August 14, 2014
If you are a beginer this game is good:) but alot of dark places had to keep adjusting my screen to see..Only played the free version and i think i was almost done.. Worth it if your just starting out with these kinds of games..
February 13, 2012
Not up to my previous experience with Big City Adventures
I recently finished Big City Adventures London Story and loved it, so I bought this game. I am sorry I did. It is nowhere close to the caliber of London Story.
Where London Story had a strong story line and required the player to explore around, discover things, etc, this game is just a series of extremely difficult HOP scenes strung together by a feeble story line. So far I have learned a few interesting facts about the history of Vancouver, but that is not why I purchased the game.
Unless you are from the south western corner of Canada, I don't recommend this game.
January 22, 2014