Antique Road Trip - USA
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Antique Road Trip - USA 

Search across America for wonderful old-time treasures to sell in your own shop in Antique Road Trip - USA Deluxe. Newlyweds Grace and James Anderson are moving their antiques business from home to a nice new storefront, but they need more money and merchandise. Luckily, they have plenty of friends from around the country who are willing to help with both.

  • go antiquing through the heart of America in this relaxing hidden object hunt
  • explore 15 locations with 90 fabulous scenes filled with classic Americana
  • use the money earned to spruce up the store with beautiful furniture
  • enjoy three styles of hidden object play and solve rewarding puzzles
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Reviews of Antique Road Trip - USA
 | Added on: January 13, 2011
Great game for the whole family to get involved, finding items and building your shop. Great graphics and not too much dialogue.
 | Added on: January 6, 2011
As my title says, the game play here is pretty similar to the games Gardenscapes and Fabulous Finds. How this is similar to these 2 games is you have customers which are listed off to the side of the screen and sometimes they will tell you exactly what they are looking for or sometimes they will give you "word clues" and then you have to figure out what they want. There's also money in the hidden object scenes that you click on to add to your earned money. The scenes are basically what I call Sanford & Son (junk pile). Most I located pretty good. Did need to use a few hints which charges up pretty quick which is a cute little dog and it barks and that's how you can tell the hint is ready. At the end of each level you earn money depending on how well you do to buy furniture to upgrade your shop. You can play this in timed or untimed mode. I played the timed mode. There's also mini games such as: find 25 cups, jig saw puzzles that you put together, find the one that is different, and spot the difference. I only played this somewhere between a 1/2 hr to an hour. It was OK but I just found myself getting bored doing the same mini games cause I'm not a huge fan of "spot the difference." I give this 3 stars overall. Just found it to be OK. Far from the worst I've played but have definitely played better. So if you've ever played the Gardenscapes or Fabulous Finds you might enjoy this as the gameplay is pretty similiar. I must say I enjoyed Gardenscapes and Fabulous Finds much more. Give it a whirl and hope you enjoy it. Just in case you haven't played the 2 games I mentioned and end up enjoying this game, I've recommended them below:
 | Added on: September 28, 2012
I love playing this game, mostly for the beautiful bluegrass music it has, but also for the authentic pictures of various artifacts.
 | Added on: March 31, 2011
I really like this game it's real easy to do and play.
 | Added on: February 14, 2011
makes one think as not al the answers are present great grapfics fun for all ages
 | Added on: July 14, 2011
Things are in the same place and not moved around when you go back through the scenes a second and third times
 | Added on: January 10, 2011
This is an interesting game because you visit lots of areas of the US. I am not crazy about all the find the differences. I think the idea of giving you 3 clues to find an object instead of just telling you what to find is different. Some of the HOs are tricky to find but there is a cute little dog that gives you clues. You can also find extra money to decorate your room. There are a lot of puzzles, find the differences, and pick out the 2 alike. It is not just a typical HO where all you do is find objects. I like it, give it a try and see what you think.
 | Added on: August 11, 2011
I am glad I only paid $ 2.99 for this game. There is no menu to guide you through the purpose of the game & how to play. What is the objective? How do you know when to move on to another location/shop. Will definitely NOT be buying the sequel.
 | Added on: July 14, 2011
So glad I came across this game ! It will remain my favorite for a long while. Thanks to the designers and other tech personnel who worked on it :o)
 | Added on: November 26, 2011
I really enjoyed this game. Sometimes I get really bored with hidden object games, but this was fun and relaxing at the same time. My 68 year old mother played it for a while and was addicted. Very fun!
 | Added on: January 11, 2011
This game had a combination HO and renovation (upgrading antique shop), which I personally enjoyed. The HO part was fairly easy and the dog hint very cute. There are various mini games, one of which is not my favorite, "spot the difference". I find these annoying, tedious and frustrating. I believe I'm not the only player who thinks this way. I did however enjoy the riddles. This was a nice change. I recommend this game. Enjoy.
 | Added on: January 10, 2011
When this game started out I thought "Wow! Another GardenScapes!". However it soon became tedious and boring. The mini games repeat over and over again and the "finding the duplicates" game became downright annoying (you have to go through 8 levels every time!). You can played timed or untimed and the hints recharge fairly quickly. It's definitely Kid Friendly but I'd bet even kids will find this one boring after a short period of time. It was so boring that I wasn't even interested enough to finish it and deleted it after about an hour of play.
 | Added on: January 27, 2011
It is a funny interesting game for everyone. It has interesting graphics and good sounds.
 | Added on: January 18, 2011
Good graphics. Easy. Fun mini-games. But I thought that the game should've ended long before it did. It got monotonous about halfway through it. Hints charged quickly. Puzzles were fun. Didn't have to tax my brain and find my way from place to place. It was fun decorating the shop. Nice ending.
 | Added on: July 5, 2011
I think this a good game and a must for the object finder. I like a game that a person can find his or her way around. Story line is real good also.
 | Added on: January 13, 2011
Anttique Road Trip USA is fun to play, like the other Road Trips. The riddle mode is a good addition, and challeging especially for players who'se mother language is not English.
 | Added on: January 27, 2011
Starts fairly good. The more you play it, the more boring it is. All levels seem to be very repetive. I would not recommend it.
 | Added on: June 16, 2011
This game is really interesting until you get to the point where your shop is all setup. You play, get money, and furnish your antique store, earn antiques and it's great. After you get that done there really isn't anything elso to do except go back to the play mode and choose which part you want to play again. Probably good for kids.
 | Added on: August 22, 2011
At the end I like that you can go back and clean out all the different places and do all the games again.
 | Added on: January 14, 2011
It was nice to play a game that didn't require a lot of thinking. Just find the objects, figure out the objects, find the differences or alikes and put the puzzle pieces back together. Just a little of everything, without taxing the old brain. The game had enough levels that you could decorate high end in each category and have yourself a great antique shop. Relax and enjoy.
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