Cons: I gave it 4-stars because the rocket sounds actually started to get on my nerves after a few rounds. Playing a game in complete silence loses a bit of the essence of the game, so I kept the volume on low.
Marvin1988May 31, 2013, 15:19
It's nice that you can go back and do these extra puzzles. I found however that the extra puzzles were at a young child's level, witch is strange as I found the main hidden objects part to be at an adult's level and sometimes too much of a challenge. They hide the items sometimes behind things and/or it would blend in so well with the rest of the picture that it's very difficult to find. They give you plenty of quick recharging hints to help you through if you are stuck.
Jarod1983April 11, 2013, 03:07
it was very fun and addictive i couldnt stop playin
Horatio1977June 13, 2013, 20:59
This is one of my favorite classic games! I love it!
Adolph1987December 30, 2012, 05:52
Since I'm writing this review five years after the release of the game, by critique is undoubtedly more harsh than it would have been in 2008. This is a very basic time management game. The goals are stated for each level, such as "need 5 geese, one sheep, 12 cakes," etc. It's not immediately clear how you get the sacks of egg solids to feed the bakery to make the cakes, but you get the idea. I did a good deal of fumbling around for a couple of levels before I went back and restarted. I still couldn't accomplish the objectives in time to get "gold" for the rounds, but I was content with silver. The game is probably great for younger kids, but it got boring pretty quickly for me. Still, I had never played the game before, and I enjoyed it for awhile. There are many newer time management games I would pick over this one, though.