Cross the ancient seas for fortune and fate in 1001 Nights - The Adventures of Sinbad Deluxe, a spectacular journey filled with fantastic encounters! Set sail and experience the legendary heroics of the world's greatest adventurer! Save Princess from a fate worse than death and break the curse that has imprisoned her in wood.
Travel with the legendary adventurer in this Hidden Object quest.
Find the seven royal gems and lift the curse of Princess Chalida.
Search through a raging volcano, a frozen cavern and more.
Beat challenging mini-games and solve clever riddles.
Way too easy and very boring. I don't like it at all. The graphics were not well done either. Nothing compares to the Agatha Christie games. They are GREAT!
xenutia | Added on: September 7, 2010
I was surprised that this game averaged a two star rating as there certainly worse HOGs on the market. I played it right through, and although I couldn't rave about it, it was certainly worth 3 and a half stars in my opinion. I think that it would probably appeal to kids more than adults, or perhaps to adults that don't want to overtax themselves. I found it a nice game to play when I didn't want to have to think too much, but just enjoy a relaxing game that moved along nicely and had some neat little features in it. Having said that I used my fun pass, and I'm not sure if I would have used a credit on it, unless there was nothing else around that took my fancy at the time.
Sorry but I didn't care for this game AT ALL as it pretty much shows you were everything is as there are little sparkles that come up on the screen. Um... I want to play a hidden object game and IF I need a hint there should be a feature to click on if need be but good gravy don't show me where everything is! OMG! I've never played a game quite like this. Stop the madness and cut this one off already! Not saying there isn't but I couldn't find a way to shut this off from showing me where every thing is. A few minutes of this game as I could take.
There are some negatives with this HO game, but there are some good things too. The "action" comes in the form of comic strips, but the story line itself is not bad. An evil ruler, a princess who must regain her throne, and Sinbad to help her out. So far so good. The scenery is pretty good as well. The problems begin when you are expected to find items. Some are in pieces and some are intact. But you only get about 3 seconds to look for an item before a flashing light appears showing you a location. I'm just not that fast, and it takes away the fun. Plus, many of the items are so small you need a magnifying glass. Other scenes want you to find hidden things based on pictures that tell you where to look. These pictures are TINY. It gets very frustrating. Also, you're supposed to pick up all the bugs you find, but they don't really do anything for you, and you don't know until the end if you have them all. I played this all the way through because it takes a lot for me to dump a game, but it certainly isn' worth purchasing.
I found this game to be easy but very cilcky. Enjoyed the story and the graphics. Glad I purchased this game.
MJ1234 | Added on: December 17, 2012
...because the objects in this game are TINY! :) I was prepared to not like this game based on some of the reviews but it wasn't as bad as I was expecting. It was short and easy to play. You are trying to retrieve 7 different gems from 7 different guardians so that a woman can become human again. The objects in the scenes are so small and sometimes very difficult to find. Also, like others have mentioned, you get the sparkly hint too soon. You barely have a chance to look before it's telling you where things are. When you use an actual hint, it takes FOREVER to reload. There were fun and creative puzzles and the HO scenes were challenging. You can skip the puzzles with no penalty. There isn't a penalty for clicking on the wrong area, either. All in all, I would probably only play this game if you are a FunPass member...probably wouldn't buy this game.
This actually had a coherent story line that could be followed! Fractured items to be found were put to use once assembled. The music was topical, and the 'hint' system- the sparkles- could be ignored if you wished. Not pressured, just a nice fantasy-based game for fun. You aren't trying to save the world (just the pretty girl), and you get to collect insects as you go. I found the game thoroughly enjoyable.
bernergirl | Added on: May 12, 2010
It was fairly easy to find the items, they would sparkle a little too soon - before you were having a hard time. Different methods of finding items than most games. If you can read, it's a game with little frustration. Graphics not as good as some other games, but I've seen worse.
colorsplash7 | Added on: January 28, 2010
The problem with this game is that it is just too easy. I don't mind having hints available to me but the game doesn't give you a chance to look. If you take 5 seconds to look for an item the hidden objects start flashing. At least give a girl a chance to find it on my own. Also the hidden objects are way too small. I wouldn't mind if it came with a magnifying glass but no go. So for me I will pass on this game. Also this is my first review...I hope this is the right way to write a review...??
Sorry, but this game is really lame. The objects aren't hidden very well, and when you do need a hint, it takes about 5 minutes for the hint to power up. Not very good graphics. I have seen alot better. Keep trying.
danyeill4 | Added on: February 1, 2010
This game was a beautiful in itself. Not challenging but very relaxing. COME BACK!!!
SUZsaysHi | Added on: January 29, 2010
I am kind of sorry that I purchased this game. It was just not long enough. It was different from the usual HO Games in the way you found the objects, but there were too many little clues and it didn't really give you a chance, plus a lot of the objects were small. I don't think if I had it to do over I would have purchased it.
PipCat | Added on: June 6, 2011
This isn't the worst game I've played but it could use some tweaking. The HOs come in the form of either a list or pieces of objects you need to find to assemble a picture. They range from objects or pieces easily identifiable to some that are so small youneed to use a hint to find them - that is if the "sparkles" didn't already reveal their hiding places. Those "sparkles" happened way too soon in my opinion and didn't really give you a chance to find things on your own (it was hard to ignore them). You can also collect insects in each scene although in the end I saw no purpose to this. The game never told yuo if you'd collected all of the them and, if you did, that was it - no bonus for finding all of them. Dialogue comes in the form of reading the interactions between the characters so if you're not into all that reading you should probably pass on this one. It was a fairly easy game to complete. I don't see much replay value in this one unless you want to go back and find all those insects. If you have a FunPass take a look but I wouldn't waste the money purchasing it.
I found the game to be too tiring. You are constantly clicking to put pieces of items back together and it gets really old fast. The game wasn't entirely boring, but it didn't take long to get that way. I was ready for it to be over with.