The first time I tried to play a Seek and Find slash Puzzle game, this was the first I came across with in the reflexive.com site so I just downloaded without thinking (I thought I would probably not enjoy it anyway so I'd be uninstalling it in no time). As most of my initial impressions go (yeah, i'm bad at it), it turned out I was wrong. I got so addicted I played the full game three times in a row, and even by then, I wanted more!
On the technical aspect (but I am very bad at this too. please pardon me. i have very limited adjectives on this part.:-P), the graphics would overwhelm you first time you play the game. But the good thing about the Mystery Case Files series is that the graphics and effects gets better as the creators introduce new releases (see my Mystery Case Files: Madame Fate review)The places you have to search (30 of them, if i remember it correctly) are vividly depicted your head starts spinning if you try to stare at it for a long time. The objects that you have to find are so strategically positioned around the place, you have to double check each time to see if they are or aren't really there. The sounds can be boring as the game goes on, very limited selection but with this kind of game, you couldn't care less.
The storyline is that, as with all the games in the Mystery Case series, you have to find objects in order to solve the crime (in this game's case, who stole the queen's diamond). Extra exciting because of time limitations, and the truly unique and highly creative puzzles at the end of each level that will have you going around in circles just to figure each one out. I suggest you play it when you have LOTS of extra time, as once started, it's hard to hit that exit button. :)