Steve the Sheriff: The Case of the Missing Thing

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Steve the Sheriff is back in an all new case in Neptuneville. The Mona Medusa is missing and it`s up to you to help Steve the Sheriff track down the thief. Use your Hidden Object skills to scour a multitude of screens. Find key objects within the scene to solve fun Adventure-style puzzles. Follow Steve and his lovable family in this one-of-a-kind Hidden Object Adventure game.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 182 MB
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Steve the Sheriff: The Case of the Missing Thing 3.9 5 18 18
Relaxing HOG I assume this game is intended for kids. But nice to have a break from those intense, high resolution HOG for a while. The characters are cute, and the puzzles are fairly easy. Good game for beginner. April 7, 2012
Such a cute adorable game for the young and young-at-hearts Nothing new in this game, but it can be enjoyed equally by adults and children because it?s just so darn cute. Storyline: When he?s not eating pie, Steve the lobster has to find out who pilfered a valuable painting from the town?s museum. He has to search all over the wonderfully hand-drawn and colorful undersea town to find the culprit. Each location has a HOS, a cigar and a mini-game. Searching the HOS is delightful ? everything is bright and large. The object list is alphabetical. Each HOS also has a bubbling area which requires special attention (i.e., special objects not in the list). Mini-games are varied, and are not very difficult. Dialogue is light and humorous. There are 36 environments to explore, with no backtracking. There?s a really cute bonus game available (chariot racing) once you?ve completed the game, provided you found all 36 cigars. [You can go back if you miss any.] You can play the bonus game as long as you want. Whether you?re a kid-at-heart or have the grandchildren to entertain, if you?re looking for a light-hearted fun game you all can enjoy, give this one a try. It?s been 3 years to get the sequel out. The ending did promise one! Don't recall how long it was because it was so fun I didn't keep track. August 31, 2012
A fun number Relaxing HO game. Loved the graphics. Good fun game for all ages. October 23, 2013
Little slow for me This game is cute, but I need something a little more challenging. I got bored after about 20 minutes of play. Animations are cute. Good game to play with grandkids! November 26, 2011
Good Clean Fun NO monsters, evil kidnappers, vampires etc. Just a cute relaxing HO game. This game is really more of a child's level of play and there's no shooting, killing or racing involved :) I just found it fun. This game is really just a HO game, but I found it entertaining. Steve's conversations at the dinner table, with his wife are amusing.( He'd never solve a crime without her.) It's equally nice that there is no awful voice over, just some jazzy music in the background. Childish voice overs could have really made the game annoying. I would recommend this only if you don't want a challenging game. Use a free game token and share it with your kids. September 7, 2013
Easy HOG Nicely drawn straight HOG game. Maybe I've been spoiled by all the later IHOG and adventure HOG games, but I quickly tired of this. Mini-games were way too easy as well. But this would probably a nice way to spend some time with a child so it isn't all bad. Just not for me. February 5, 2012
Repititious Boredom After 2-3 cycles of the family dinner followed by a new location I found it tedious and almost annoying. The HO's were tricky but after a while even that got old. I had to force myself to complete the game March 26, 2013
Worst game ever This has got to be the worst game ever unless you are a three-year old kid. The story is dumb, the settings are dumb, game play is awful. November 24, 2011
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