Mystery P.I. New York Fortune -17 Hours To Find It
Mystery P.I. New York Fortune is a nice sequel of the hidden object game series developed by SpinTop Games and published by PopCap Games. You are to play a great number of find-and-seek games plus all kinds of mini-games.
You are to search for the fortune left by a billionaire. If you are not fast enough the fortune will go to the dead man's pets.
Having been presented the story of the game and the task for you, you set on the search for the fortune. In this game it means lots of hidden object experience.
Level after level you get a number of locations to search through. The scenes are very cluttered with all kinds of things. You are to find the ones listed on one of the sides of the screen.
There are items that you are to look for in every scene - apple and key. These can be represented in every possible form. As you collect those, two corresponding images get filled. Once they are filled, two game modes become available for you.
These two modes are "spot the difference" and "unlimited seek-and-find". The latter one is explained by the title itself. The former one gives you an opportunity to play the game all over again but finding the differences in the same scenes.
After every level you play one of four mini-games. Completing one of those gives a clue. All the clues lead you to the fortune in the end of the game. The games are fine - match-three game, completing a picture by rotating the pieces, replicating the shown picture, finding and crossing out the listed words.
The mini-games don't offer more of a challenge as you progress in the game. The hints can be used as much as you need after being refilled or totally unlimited if this is chosen in the options.
The game is mostly an enjoyable experience. There are some nice and totally satisfying things. But there are also some things that could have been done better. For example, almost total absence of the story. I mean there is one but only in the beginning and the end.
The trial version of the game is absolutely enough to see if you want to buy and have it or one hour experience is enough.
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