Your passport to the most beautiful & stunning places in the world begins with Vacation Quest: The Hawaiian Islands! Explore exotic Hawaiian locations to complete tours & fill your vacation journal with achievements. Collect hidden Seashells to extend your tropical vacation by up to 7 days & unlock 7 bonus locations for even more Hidden Object fun!
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The graphics are clear so you won't need to break out the magnifying glass for this one. It is not difficult and it is a nice change from all the really dark games that have come out and have you running back and forth, trying to figure out what you're supposed to do next. Although each day's hunt is timed I felt no pressure. Nice graphics. I like the relaxed mode because I do not feel I have to rush to "beat the clock". Graphics are good, as are sound effects. He is learning to search and learning some words, too. If you complete the requirements of the 28 scenes you will unlock an additional week of your vacation which is also shown here. Second verse same as the first. The game is divided into days for a 28 day vacation. If you are looking for a really relaxing, straight forward HOG to kill some time this is the game for you. Enjoyed seeing "your vacation extended" when I found shells, but began to dread chime each time I found HO. Mini-games easy.
I finished the game only because I never quit a game unless it's too hard or complicated. No storyline, no running around, no dialogue. Go back and forth to the same locations, the same exact mini games as the Mystery PI games. He is learning to search and learning some words, too. Some I can't see even with a "hint". Graphics were wonderful each location stunning and hidden objects well placed. No story line. It helps to stay alert and work the slowing thinking aparatus. Music was relaxing as well. Same places over and over again. Mahalo Gamehouse! Usually I mute the music and sounds but this one I will listen to for hours.
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Try this you may like it! I've only gone through a few days of the quest, but have visited the same scenes several times. Good graphics, clear pictures, well organised game and fun. What I love about this game is the music. Mahalo Gamehouse! There is no point to the game, no story Vacation Quest: The Hawaiian Islands follow, no interaction with other Vacatio because there Vxcation none. I thought the scenes were pretty but too easy and there was no storyline. If you like the 'Mystery P. The hidden Zulus Zoo were in plain sight once you found them, but also Thd placed. If you have played any of the Vacztion PI games well you've already played this game as it's the same exact thing. I haven't done the timed one yet, I like the relaxed mode best, but will try it next. A basic, straight forward game. Enjoy seven different mini games from word searches to find the difference puzzles to increase your score. Nice graphics, easy to find objects, some simple puzzles. The only thing I have run into so far is the repetition of the scenes.
There wasn't even a puzzle at the end that you have to try and solve like the Mystery PI games, usually you are given puzzle clues at the end of each level but this game here once you do the last hidden object scene that was it. I loved the different graphics and the bright theme was great. If you like the Mystery PI's, then you'll find this game just as enjoyable. Objects can be found within seconds of reading the list of HOs as are the 3 stars you find to unlock additional levels. The graphics are really good, music is good. It helps to stay alert and work the slowing thinking aparatus. This can sometimes be confusing as there can be more than one possible answer. If that type of HO is too boring or whatever for you, you probably won't like this. I especially love the idea of adding days to your vacation and the wonderfully clear and interactive graphics. The graphics are good and I did find the facts about Hawaii interesting and educational. It's a refreshing new game. Some I can't see even with a "hint". Go back and forth to the same locations, the same exact mini games as the Mystery PI games. It is not difficult and it is a nice change from all the really dark games that have come out and have you running back and forth, trying to figure out what you're supposed to do next. It makes you think and look differently at objects.
Rite of Passage: Deck of Fates the hint button gives where the item is not a vague location or shadow. Also, the music is too repetitive. Enjoy I surely did. Nice graphics. If you are looking for a game to pass the time, this is it especially the nuggets Sparkle Unleashed info about the islands themselves after the puzzles. Just your every day hidden object search, which is a nice change of pace once in a while. Answers are shown in the images provided and solutions are shown for mini games when and where applicable.
Detailed instructions will be provided for each step of the game. Although each day's hunt is timed I felt no pressure. We have had lots of fun. Simply check the box and save to enter this mode. These items will be seen circled in dark pink in the walkthrough Item descriptions — Sometimes instead of outright stating the name of an object you may see a description of an item. Tasmania, and Bathing Boxes Location 1 — Tasmania 10 hidden objects Locate the three boomerangs which are shown circled in red above. The scenes are pleasant and, for the most part, not difficult. Use the hint button for help or look for the answer in this walkthough. Once you find the knife click on it and it will stick to your cursor. Good graphics, clear pictures, well organised game and fun. It is nice sometimes to have a game that is just relaxing and fun to play. I like the relaxed mode because I do not feel I have to rush to "beat the clock".