Capture a notorious jewel thief in Cruise Clues™ - Caribbean Adventure, a cat-and-mouse chase through a sun-drenched paradise!
The King of Diamonds is on the loose on a Caribbean cruise liner, and the F.B.I. has sent one of their top agents to put an end to his jewelry theft ring. But with no known identity, a ship full of wealthy travelers, and only a few days before the cruise is over, this agent will need to be at her best in order to crack the case.
Step aboard and into the shoes of Agent Angelina as she tries to catch the elusive thief. Walk the ship's deck, search crystal-clear beaches, and investigate busy ports for clues to finding out the burglar and his intended targets. Is it the wealthy playboy? The troubled heiress? Or perhaps even the bartender? Whoever the criminal is, they continually remain one step ahead, leaving arrogant puzzles for you to solve. But will this arrogance be their downfall and allow you to catch them in the act?
Try the free trial version of Cruise Clues™ - Caribbean Adventure or download the full version today!
Set sail on special assignment in this Hidden Object adventure.
Join an F.B.I. agent on her search for an infamous criminal.
Walk the ship's deck, scour crystal-clear beaches, and investigate busy ports.
Solve clever puzzles to discover the identity and intended targets.
This game was very boring and slow..the graphics were very plain and uninteresting. The story line was ok - but not good enough to keep my interest. This game reminded me of the first Hidden Object games to come out - and there are just too many now that go further in the graphics, storyline and object interaction. I had no interest in finishing this game.
SUZsaysHi | Added on: May 3, 2010
This is my kind of HO game. The graphics are good, storyline is interesting. The HOs are fairly easy to find and you get plenty of clues. Some of the mini games can be challenging but they are fun too.I like the idea that it is not all HO but you have to search different places to find some things. I already purchased this game
Jazz | Added on: May 3, 2010
Found the ending very abrupt as if there should have been another level. Only took 2.5 hours to complete, and that with interruptions. For a new player - okay; for an experienced player - pretty boring.
musicians2 | Added on: July 6, 2012
I tried the 60 minute trial version, really liked it, and bought it. But when I got about two scenes further into the game, I was completely stuck. The hint button was useless--all it showed me was a box that needed a key and there was absolutely NO KEY anywhere in that scene. Total frustration.
elainerzez | Added on: May 12, 2010
I loved this game. I played it twice. It was too short
jaybird3939 | Added on: May 3, 2010
Thoroughly disappointed. While I know that these games are for fun, I expect a certain amount of thought to be put in to the story line. The conclusion was abrupt and laughable. I'm glad I didn't pay for it...got it on fun pass. Sorry, guys, a waste of time.
Illogical | Added on: May 26, 2010
I just wanted it to be over. Between the fisher price graphics and the obvious clutter, I wanted off the case! SOME of the mini games would cause you to calm down (because you’re so upset as to how bad the game is) and think but other than that…it was a breeze. JUST when I thought the game was over, there were more scenes. The storyline was lame and the ending was even lamer. The graphics were phenomenal. Now I understand the feeling when people get sick on cruises.
Gads! You guys were right! What a stinkeroo game! Lucky for Game house it was a free download. I would demand a refund on this one. I didn't even get past the first mini game. Pieces would not turn or rotate at all. No way to skip them either...."Buyer Beware" on this one for sure!
trixilea | Added on: May 29, 2012
It might -- if I could have played it for very long. Could never get pieces of the puzzel to rotate. Thus, could not go any further! Would not recommend it.
Cybrcruzrr2 | Added on: February 15, 2013
I played the free trial version in one sitting. The game ran smoothly and the graphics were good quality. There are several mini puzzles that are easy enough to solve. I read a couple reviews that people complained they couldn't work through the puzzles, that the game didn't respond. I suspect they didn't hold down the left mouse button while clicking the right one to rotate the objects. In regular scenes there's always one 'glittering' area indicating that it's a scene within the scene. There's always sufficient clues to finding a few items without them listed. Such as, something that can't be opened without a key - so find a key even though it's not on the hidden objects list. In another scene there's subtle clues that you have to find a battery charger, charge the batteries, before you can grab the camera on the list. The compass generates hints quickly and goes red once the scene-in-a-scene has been completed. I don't think everybody realized that. Overall it wasn't a great game, but it was a good game. It could've been longer with a more satisfying ending-it was abrupt.
Most of the Hidden Objects were easy to find, as were the puzzles to complete. The underwater scenes were beautifully done. The script was corny (remind me not to sail that line - lol) The ending was abrupt?? Still not sure about that. I enjoyed going through it once, but the game wouldn't hold my interest for a second time.
mavethrave | Added on: May 3, 2010
This was pretty easy but fun. My only complaint is ..too short. I played the whole game in under 2 hours.
DMK1007 | Added on: May 27, 2010
Having the option to play the game timed or not is the first big plus. Hidden object games are my favorite, and this one doesn't disappoint.
smilinteacher | Added on: September 30, 2010
I found this game very frustrating. At first it looks full of fun and a lot of Hidden Objects which is challenging and I love it...but there were a lot of slow spots where clutter got in the way of breaking through to the next step. It's not an enjoyable as some of the others here.
Likesonotaditz | Added on: June 14, 2010
I had high hopes when I started out this game. It was visually stunning, had a nice relaxing cruise theme, and was fast paced enough to keep me just clicking away through the scenes. After a while however, the never changing elevator music in the background began to grate on my nerves; a feeling that was only exacerbated by the repetition of search scenes and illogical puzzle solutions (digging up buried treasure with a seashell and removing barnacles with a pipe???). The final straw was when I tried to piece together a simple treasure map puzzle and none of the pieces would snap together. I couldn't skip the puzzle and eventually gave up and was not able to complete the game. Conclusion: Play the demo. 60 minutes is a perfect length for this game.