Set off on the road to fun with this all-new hidden object adventure from the creators of the popular Little Shop of Treasures series. Time to take a break from running your shops! Hit the road and search stunning scenes from Seattle to South Beach on your quest to collect rare and exclusive items for your Little Shops back home. Complete 16 challenging road trips and unlock new bonus rounds and Blitz modes. Featuring two great game modes, thousands of cleverly hidden objects, over 100 levels of original gameplay, and miles and miles of family fun, Little Shop - Road Trip is an incredible journey of breathtaking sights. Grab the keys to success today!
i love tthis game, that i can't stop playing it , but i wish it was a little bit longer.
bk2007 | Added on: June 12, 2009
My favorite genre is Hidden Object games and Road Trip is the best of the Little Shop games. It's on my top 5. I like all the "extras" within it, like finding the squirrels, license plates and horse shoes, etc. It's a pretty game and a classic, straight forward hidden object game. The blitz mode makes it a lasting challenge and the artwork is very good.
copper9lives | Added on: June 2, 2009
A great hidden-object game! The 'Little Shop' series is the most extensive hidden-object series I've run across, with multiple levels for each scene, bonus 'Easter eggs' to find in each scene, multiple trophies for each scene for good time/finding all hidden objects/completing all bonus levels, and even 'blitz mode', in which one can compete online for best time to clear all hidden objects from each screen. There are several 'hint' features to help when one gets stuck. Playing all of the levels takes at least a full day, and the game has plenty of repeat value.
This game is very entertaining and will have you thinking more than You may have thought to find all the objects. Objects have been hidden in various ways. Some are very easy top spot while others may take a while to find. And there are fun extra objects that help you find what you haven't spotted. The thermometer with graphics that get hotter as you get closer adds to the fun. Replay is good but after a lot of play you may find you remember the hiding places of a lot of the objects. Very entertaining and a fun way to pass some time!!
once I get into this game it's hard to stop playing.
Nevinsky | Added on: April 29, 2010
Great game, loved the scenes, loved the idea of traveling the country, loved finding the squirrels :-) Fun music, too.
jmg1234 | Added on: April 22, 2012
The main reason I'm giving this 2 instead of 4 stars is they don't actually give you time to look. I think this is wrong, wrong, wrong that they force you to play with a very short 5 minute per level time limit. I PLAY GAMES TO ENJOY THEM, NOT BE RUSHED, AND TIMED TO DEATH. I'll never find out why they ruin a good game by did I mention NOT GIVING YOU TIME TO ACTUALLY THINK. Very disappointing, as this would've been a good game otherwise. Also in my humble opinion there are better games out there that deserve 5 stars way more than this one, so I don't know why this got such high marks.
I have enjoyed all of the hidden object games from the Little Shop Series. They are challenging but doable. this particular game is original as well.
librarylady | Added on: August 29, 2011
I usually don't play the hidden object games, but this one caught my eye. A lot of fun.
curiousue | Added on: February 25, 2013
This free trial was fun. I kept returning to follow the levels but it was for a relaxing time rather than a challenge. The game kept things fresh with bonus rounds and repeat playing. Seems that someone, who might own it, would have plenty to revisit with time trials and really nice scenes to explore. Don't expect to use your brain though.
fitters | Added on: September 30, 2010
This is what "Hidden Object Games" is about.......lots of HIDDEN OBJECTS!!!!
casaheart | Added on: October 21, 2010
Love the travel theme. Great graphics and tricky hidden objects. Definitely addictive.
nytoca | Added on: April 22, 2012
I have played many Hidden Object games and this is one of the better ones. It gives you a lot of things to look for along with the listed objects. The hints work a little different then other hidden object games. You can find a thermometer to let you know if your hot or cold. Or you may find a magnet that will draw you to the hidden object. Because of this Little Shop Road Trip game, I plan to look into some of the other Little Shop games
As with others in this series this is a very traditional 'hide and find' game. The problem with these types of games is that they can become very boring very quickly if you are not a fan of the traditional games in this genre. The mini games are just a slight twist on the main game. Also being a Brit some of the names used in America are different to the ones we use over here, though this didn't become too much of a problem (still don't know what a s'more is though). I personally don't like this genre but having downloaded the last in the series which was ok as it was a nice twist on the genre I thought I would try one of the earlier one's going by this I am not going to be downloading any of the other in the series.
This is the most challenging little shop game that i have played. in this one there is more shadow objects making you look harder. i really love these games.
ksrcreate | Added on: October 13, 2011
I am glad that there are various levels of play. I took a relaxed run thru and enjoyed each stop on the trip. I am looking forward to challenging myself next time thru. Maybe do Blitz at some point. Didn't earn many trophies first time but can work to improve speed and score.
sevenstead1 | Added on: September 15, 2011
I enjoy the more old-fashioned hidden object games; they're getting harder to find. This one is perfect! It's not a "combo" game, where you have to also figure out what to do or where to go. It's pure hidden-object, and I hope they come out with another sequel!
kb999999 | Added on: May 26, 2009
I truly enjoyed this 'road trip' - the game play was relaxing, with challenges here and there. This game would be another great one for kids - great story, nice pages, and educational because of the various locations across America.
singingnana | Added on: December 8, 2011
This hidden object game is one of many that I use to keep my brain sharp. At 68, my ability to quickly compute, match words with pictures, and visually find items as well as remember where they are located once seen, is challenged. By spending 30 to 60 minutes daily, I have increased my ability to focus on the goals and locate items more quickly. I still have to ask myself, "What is it I'm looking for?" but I am stretching my short term memory skills and find that I can concentrate for longer periods of time. Much fun to boot!