Follow your dreams on a hunt for hidden clues and save a little girl in Dream Sleuth Deluxe, an original hidden object adventure. Hunt for clues to a mystery, solve challenging mini-games, and follow your dreams in level after level of unique fun. Interview people connected to the case, sift through the facts, and crack the case before time runs out. Play this riveting mystery today!
A brilliant blend of hidden object and adventure fun
Search for cleverly hidden objects
Solve perplexing puzzles and mini-games
Crack a complex mystery and save a kidnapped little girl
Opening sequence has a Grandmother speaking some foul language. Game would have been just as playable without it.
mmij58 | Added on: July 7, 2009
This is not really a hidden object game, more of a point-click game. You need to investigate a girl's kidnapping. There are a few challenges in every chapter that you need to complete. There are 18 "Chapters" to this game. If you can make it through the 1st 9 or 10 the game starts to become fun. Before that, there is page after page after page of silly dialog and very simple challenges. But halfway through the challenges/puzzles become harder. If the dialog drives you crazy just quick-click through it to get straight to the puzzles. If you like point-click games where there are no instructions so you have to figure everything out, I think you would like this. But if you are looking for a Hidden Object game, this is not it.
This game was good in the way of a good game for kids, "maybe". The graphics and art was good, objects easy to find, but I would not think of it as a game for 'US" older people.
cyndommett | Added on: July 8, 2009
This game had a great storyline and was quite challenging but not so much that it was frustrating. It didn't last long enough to get bored with it and I think some children might enjoy this game too.
Imandra | Added on: July 11, 2009
Fun and esy to follow the story.
GeekMom | Added on: March 12, 2010
I really enjoyed the story of this game where you're trying to solve a mystery for your grandmother. As this story involves investigation of a young girl's disappearance, some chapters aren't suitable for children. Though my daughter love the chapters with the ferret. The game was clever in that the hidden objects fit with the plot of the story. I also loved searching through the protag's purse. It really was like a purse, because you had to move things around in the purse to find objects hidden under other objects. In a couple chapters, you had to put back all the piercings on a biker, which was difficult and also a cool departure from the ordinary. The main reason I'm not giving it 5 stars was that in several chapters, you'd have to play hide and seek with the ferret. This got to be repetitive and boring. However overall, a nice variety of HOG and mini-games.