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How many Big City Adventure games are there now? I've lost count. I think the one I enjoyed the most was for Vancouver. This one? --It's okay. The facts presented about Paris are interesting, amusing, and fun. I think they are the best part of the game. The HO scenes here are moderately difficult; you really have to look hard. But I found that even playing in timed mode, there was ample opportunity to find everything. What did disappoint me was the art work on the HO scenes themselves. There are so may beautiful scenes they could have designed but didn't. And after about level 30, the HO locations started repeating even though you were supposedly going to new sites. The little puzzles in between levels have never been difficult, but they are a break from the mindless HO scenes. I say mindless, because you don't have to think; you just go to a new scene and find the objects and then go to another one. There is no story line, nor is there meant to be. If you want to play a straight HO game just for the love of finding objects, then this series of games is for you. But if you want a game with a story line, good music, voice-overs and interesting dialogue, you need to look elsewhere.
Really cool game. One that isn't just for expert gamers, too. So cool being a chef in this game. Much more fun than the typical + games game companies put out, too.