Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure

Help Detective Angelina track down an elusive jewel thief in the Hidden Object game, Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure! The mysterious thief has stolen jewels from all over the world, and Angelina has determined that they are on an exclusive millionaire's Caribbean cruise! Stealing from the rich as they set sail, this criminal needs to be stopped! Track down helpful hints using your Hidden Object skills and catch the crook in Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure!


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from Great Game I really like this game. I played the whole game in under 2 hours. Luckily, I found my answer. Lucky for Game house it was a free download. All in all these are things that keep the game interesting, fun and HARD to stop for the day. The items Rescue Team 7 Collectors Edition not all easy to find as some are well hidden or blended into the scenes but a hint button is available. Seriously, who uses a seashell to dig for treasure? Thus, could not go any further! What a stinkeroo game! I don't think anything is all that bad. Really, Cruise Clues probably would have been a Rescue Quest Gold Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure impressive had it been released several years ago. It is a welcome change from the multitude of drab, dreary and dark games with sometimes morbid themes. Not one of my favorites, but it's enjoyable as a hidden object game. Why some think that is so bad, I have no clue.

I will get this game for my collection for those times I just want simplicity and not the dark, creep factor. Thus, could not go any further! I read a couple reviews that people complained they couldn't work through the puzzles, that the game didn't respond. Overall it wasn't a great game, but it was a good game. I like that you don't have to go back and forth to different locations. I think it is a good standard ho game. Nice to play an HOG in a nice vacation and tropic setting. I like the idea that it is not all HO but you have to search different places to find some things. Can't skip mini-games. The game is easy to play, it is a straight forward Hidden Object game, and fun to play when you need to de-stress. The final straw was when I tried to piece together a simple treasure map puzzle and none of the pieces would snap together. The conclusion was abrupt and laughable. Rated 5 out of 5 by mcgillican from What is so bad about this? The Bad Objects and locations repeat frequently. Story is underdeveloped and ends very abruptly.

However, there Northern Tales 5: Revival Collectors Edition an in-game hint system that does alleviate some of this frustration. Adventute much fun and some lol moments! I like the idea that it is not all HO but you have to search different places to find some things. The story line is OK -- a jewel thief is on the loose on a cruise ship. For a new player - okay; for an experienced player - pretty boring. An Cpues: agent goes on a Caribbean cruise to catch a jewel thief.


The final straw was when I tried to piece together a simple treasure map puzzle and none of the pieces would snap together. You guys were right! Yes, some -- not all -- scenes are repeated, but usually only twice, unlike other games that repeat a scene 4 or 5 times. The hint button recharges quickly. I enjoyed going through it once, but the game wouldn't hold my interest for a second time. After a while however, the never changing elevator music in the background began to grate on my nerves; a feeling that was only exacerbated by the repetition of search scenes and illogical puzzle solutions digging up buried treasure with a seashell and removing barnacles with a pipe??? JUST when I thought the game was over, there were more scenes. I don't think everybody realized that. For others, it is a nice way to relax and just enjoy exercising your powers of observation. I will get this game for my collection for those times I just want simplicity and not the dark, creep factor. Lucky for Game house it was a free download. Related Stories. Hidden object games are my favorite, and this one doesn't disappoint. I read a couple reviews that people complained they couldn't work through the puzzles, that the game didn't respond.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Hookedonbigfish from Quite an enjoyable game This game was a pleasant change from the past few games that I have played, not stressful, simple story, bright scenes and not mushy with romantic wedding stuff. It is a simple, enjoyable game with bright and pretty scenes. I enjoyed going through it once, but the game wouldn't hold my interest for a second time. The HOG segments of the game are, for the most part, fairly easy, though the game does add a few wrinkles to up the difficulty. Luckily, I found my answer. Hidden object games are my favorite, and this one doesn't disappoint. Overall it wasn't a great game, but it was a good game. The story line was ok - but not good enough to keep my interest. It's not an enjoyable as some of the others here. All in all these are things that keep the game interesting, fun and HARD to stop for the day. At first it looks full of fun and a lot of Hidden Objects which is challenging and I love it I will get this game for my collection for those times I just want simplicity and not the dark, creep factor.

Why some think that is so bad, I have no clue. Began with 1 or 2 located items taking off to hide somewhere else and needing to be found again! Visually, Cruise Clues is pleasant if not remarkable. This game reminded me of the first Hidden Object games to come out - and there are just too many now that go further in the graphics, storyline and object interaction. Not one of my favorites, but it's enjoyable as a hidden object game. An FBI agent goes on a Caribbean cruise to catch a jewel thief. There's always sufficient clues to finding a few items without them listed. I played the whole game in under 2 hours. The game ran smoothly and the graphics were good quality. Big Fish keep bringing these types of games, I love them. Throughout the game there are lots of Hidden Object scenes where you explore rooms on the ship casino, piano lounge, disco bar, penthouse suite, poolside, etc. I enjoyed going through it once, but the game wouldn't hold my interest for a second time. The final straw was when I tried to piece together a simple treasure map puzzle and none of the pieces would snap together. Bright, pretty scenes, a simple, NON creepy story, no voice overs not needed here , music is not the best but I rarely listen anyway.

9 thoughts on “Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure

  1. The hint button was useless--all it showed me was a box that needed a key and there was absolutely NO KEY anywhere in that scene. Hidden object games are my favorite, and this one doesn't disappoint. All in all these are things that keep the game interesting, fun and HARD to stop for the day. Not one of my favorites, but it's enjoyable as a hidden object game.

  2. I have only played half the demo and the puzzle part of things so far is simple as well. The graphics are excellent, the ports of call are lovely and the venues on the cruise liner are visually exciting. While I know that these games are for fun, I expect a certain amount of thought to be put in to the story line. Sorry, guys, a waste of time. Not one of my favorites, but it's enjoyable as a hidden object game.

  3. Now I understand the feeling when people get sick on cruises. There are often several items that are multiples from 2 to 6 of different sizes and colors. My only beef with this one is that it's one of those that, every so often they will hide an object in such a way that you think "There's no way ANYONE would have eve seen that!

  4. Thus, could not go any further! I love these types of games as they help me de-stress, relax and enjoy a few hours of down time! The hint button was useless--all it showed me was a box that needed a key and there was absolutely NO KEY anywhere in that scene. It is a welcome change from the multitude of drab, dreary and dark games with sometimes morbid themes.

  5. The conclusion was abrupt and laughable. It could've been longer with a more satisfying ending-it was abrupt. The game is easy to play, it is a straight forward Hidden Object game, and fun to play when you need to de-stress.

  6. No way to skip them either The Bad Objects and locations repeat frequently. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from Great Game I really like this game.

  7. You guys were right! The story line was ok - but not good enough to keep my interest. I know a lot of people like that aspect in games but not me. The HOG segments of the game are, for the most part, fairly easy, though the game does add a few wrinkles to up the difficulty.

  8. There has been some reference of no walk through blog - this is true - but when you come to a shimmering area within a scene it usually gives a clue of what is required to look for, Where to find it but, could be a bit tricky. The graphics were very good, clear and defined with enough dialogue just to keep you abreast of what is happening and what you are looking for. I suspect they didn't hold down the left mouse button while clicking the right one to rotate the objects. Hidden object games are my favorite, and this one doesn't disappoint.

  9. Between the fisher price graphics and the obvious clutter, I wanted off the case! The graphics are good, storyline is interesting. Would not recommend it. It's a nice game and provided me with the only cruise I'll ever take!

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