Elementary My Dear Majesty
As you first hear the plot of Elementary My Dear Majesty you get very interested and tempted to look behind the door and see what's there. But it is quite possible that you will get disappointed with what you see there.
The zoom in/out button was very useful for finding small objects though.
Of course, it always depends on your requirements for a great hidden object game. In Elementary My Dear Majesty, the king's daughter has turned into a man-eating monster, and it is now your job to find the cure. And it is not just your job, it's your way to be saved from beheading.
There are 2 levels of difficulty, and hints are plentiful. The game is 3-D with a rotatable and zoom in screen. The graphics are cartoonish and way too bright making the objects to blend it, especially in the hidden object levels.
The zoom in/out button was very useful for finding small objects though. The objects were so small, you often would need to click on them several times in order to pick them up. The tiny size of the object was also a problem for some of the mini-games.
The puzzles tend towards the classic fairy tale "if you want my help, you have to do a task" type challenge. They aren't difficult, but they're kind of fun and the princess monster is really cute.
Kids might enjoy this game much more than grown-ups.
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