Note: This game doesn't have an optimal playing experience on Windows 10. More info. How well do you think you could spend one million dollars? Go on a million dollar spending spree and find out in Annie's Millions Deluxe, an engaging hidden object challenge. Help Annie find the items on her shopping list in a huge variety of shops around town, play original mini-games to earn helpful hints, and prove she deserves her Uncle's wealth. Try Annie's Millions Deluxe today!
search for hidden objects on a shopping spree
explore a wide range of shops and boutiques
play original mini-games for extra hints
engaging storyline featuring Annie and her cousins
I downloaded this game on a fun pass. I deleated it in the middle of round 5. First, the graphics are so bad, you pretty much look for things that stand out. Half the time the only way I knew what I had found was by checking the list to see the name. They called a boom box an 8-track and many other items were just as misleading. The characters kept poping in to talk in the middle of the scene and never had anything to say but small talk. The same silly small talk inbetween chapters. Come on, she has a million dollars to spend and go to a cheesy dollar type store? I finally turned the sound down so I didn't have to hear the bad music. I would have loved it if I had gotten some choice in stores and in items chosen. Wise shopping, I don't think so. The concept of clicking a button and playing a mini game to earn a hint was a plus. But that's the only thing I liked about the game. They even ruined that buy spinning the items around and makeing you do a silly tutoial every time you chose a game. All in all it was a pretty horrible game. It was safe for kids and maybe interesting for someone under ten or so.
Played this for all of 10 minutes. The reason I uninstalled and didn't go further was that just from looking at the screens, without even examining the lists, you could tell what the hidden objects were. Why? Because they all looked out of place in the scene. As if it was clip art pasted onto an existing photograph. The premise of this game is fun but the hidden object scenes look like the developer took a serious shortcut.
Good for a bit of R&R but not if you want something to really challenge your object spotting abilities! Also, I was a little surprised that it was over as soon as it was, I had completed over half of the game in the free trial download and felt that I didn't get good value for my money so if you are thinking of buying this game, my advice would be to expect the game to be over quite quickly and isn't worth the price if you don't intend to play the game as an amusing and relaxing time waster again afterwards.
I was not impressed with the game. I did not like how the objects appeared in some of the scenes. First some seemed out of place and then some were so small you could no even find then. I would not recommend this game.
RetroP1 | Added on: June 29, 2009
Hidden Object game that can easily be beaten during the 60 minute free trial. I bought the game when my trial time was over thinking that I had many more levels to go, only to complete the game 2 minutes after I purchased it. Complete waste of money.
Harlowe1962 | Added on: November 8, 2010
This game has had pros and cons reviews. I want to add my pro review. It is not so easy as people have commented, some of the items are very hard to find. It is a HO challenge game. Yes the dialog is annoying but just click through it and it goes away. Honestly I am having a hard time finding things and I am 48 years old. I am a HO gamer too. I think the game is good. Shelliegl
katesgram | Added on: November 8, 2010
Unlike other reviews I did not think the items were easy to spot. some were but some were extremely hard to find. The game is way too short so it is a poor value.