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I really enjoyed the free-style hidden object plan. The game was awesome, there's just a couple of things they could have done to improve it - first, it was really, really easy to get turned around while navigating. The map helped, but the way that your direction would change made it distracting. Two, the contents didn't specify which house. Three, it would be nice if the game offered profiles. Don't get me wrong, I would like to play more by the designer, but it would be nice if they worked on the logistics a little.
Now for the review: I have some visual impairments, including trouble differentiating shades of colors, but I like hidden object games anyway. However, they're usually /really/ hard for me to play. This one is enjoyably playable for me, though I am very glad the mini-games are skip-able. I am /really/ bad at puzzles.