Okay, I'm glad I didn't pay full price for this (all the games I buy are only $6.99 with my Big Fish game club membership) as it is definitely NOT in my top 10 list. Probably not even top 20. It is not your typical hidden object game, so when I played the free one hour trial, I guess I had been craving something a little different. I was into it enough to use a game club credit to purchase it (I pay $6.99 per month, which buys me one game club credit per month). As it turned out, the hour long trial would have been enough. I became bored with the game a couple of hours into it. It took me almost a month to finally finish the game (and if I hadn't wasted a credit on it, I probably wouldn't have bothered). The image quality is not the greatest, but everything was clear enough to see. The game is suitable for older children but might be too difficult for the younger ones. I'm not quite sure how to explain it. It is more of an adventure game than a hidden object game. In none of the scenes are you simply in a setting with a list of objects to find. You need to find certain objects to perform certain tasks, and you have to figure out what to do with the objects. It was intriguing, at first, but after a while, I just thought it was kind of lame. Of course, that's only my humble opinion. You can try it out for yourself at bigfishgames.com.