Mystery P.I. - Lost in Los Angeles
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 10
  • 350 MHz Pentium 2 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
Award Value: 3 Stamps
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Mystery P.I. - Lost in Los Angeles 

Track down Hollywood's missing blockbuster movie in Mystery P.I. - Los Angeles Deluxe, a new and engaging hidden object mystery game. Walk the streets of 25 famous Los Angeles locations and find the clues searching through over 2100 cleverly hidden items and 8 intriguing mini-games. Solve this cinematic mystery today!

  • 3 Fun game modes to play
  • Over 2100 cleverly hidden objects
  • Locate movie reels and keys to unlock bonus modes
  • 8 extra mini-games add to the fun
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Reviews of Mystery P.I. - Lost in Los Angeles
 | Added on: November 30, 2009
Out of all the games offered online the Mystery PI games are my favorite as most items are pretty easy to find, some are challenging but I feel plenty of time and hints are available if you do get stuck. Nothing frustrating here. A nice and relaxing game with just enough variety (mini games) to keep it interesting. I find the game to be very addictive and good reply to try and beat your previous score. So if you want a game that is pretty relaxing without all the frustrating puzzles but yet as I mentioned enough variety (mini games) to keep it interesting then this game is for you. The one and only thing I'd suggest for the Mystery PI games is more levels as I find I get through them fairly quick. Definitely keep the Mystery PI games coming.
 | Added on: June 14, 2011
I didn't like having to play a tetris type game inside a hidden object game. I am not a tetris fan. That part of the game is a waste of time. I buy hidden object game to find the hidden objects, not to play a stupid tetris game.
 | Added on: November 17, 2011
I have gotten several of the Mystery P.I. games and this was one that I completed totally. I enjoy hidden objects games.
 | Added on: December 7, 2011
I have enjoyed the Mystery P.I. games but this one is more fun. Some of the items are clues instead of just the item so it makes it more interesting. Some of the clues can mean different things so you get to figure out which one to look for. The mini games make it fun too, as they aren't the same thing over and over. I hope you will give this game a try.
 | Added on: October 21, 2010
Good hidden objects game. Lots of objects to find. Nice short games at the end of each chapter
 | Added on: September 28, 2010
It was fun to travel to various locations in and around Los Angeles picking up hidden objects, solving easy puzzles to collect objects for the finale. Spintop, the developers of the game, accomplishes blending in objects for a grand hunt. The pursuit of objects is not diminished with excessive clutter. The locations are timed however there is adequate time to complete all the scenes. After the last locations are complete you are presented with a project to complete. This project is satisfying to solve.
 | Added on: August 14, 2009
Always a hit! The moment the grandkids arrived and saw that I had downloaded this game, I didn't see them for hours. The older ones helped the younger ones when needed (not often) and all had a good time. These games are truly kid friendly and I don't mind that they spent the time doing them. Keep 'em coming Spintop. Two Thumbs Up.
 | Added on: February 1, 2010
Sometimes I like looking for extra objects in a game, not only to make it more interesting, but to acquire enough for a bonus or goal at the end. This game wasn't too difficult. A few items were hard to find because they blended in so well. No worries .... there are enough hints to get you through the tough times. This is an overall good HOG, and I look forward to more Mystery PI's in the near future.
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
 | Added on: August 24, 2009
I really enjoy the Spintop games. This one like the others involves extra games, but also extras to find. I didn't mind looking for the key and the reel and I liked that the game kept track of them for me. But the extra one, while easy to find, didn't have a meter to keep track of how many you had found. Other than that one critique, the spintop games are fun and Lost in Los Angeles was very enjoyable.
 | Added on: February 11, 2013
I love playing hidden object games like these and this one was great. Since it takes a while to get through the whole game it's pretty relaxing.
 | Added on: June 29, 2011
I prefer hidden object games that don't have stories that get in the way of playing the hidden object part of the game - this is one of them. If you like the stories, skip. This game is fun to play - some objects easy to find, some hard. My main objection is that there is little variation in the objects from one location to another. (and if you've played the London game, it has a lot of the same objects). They try to make it harder by giving descriptions instead of the name of the object, which is ok, but gets repetitive. At least one of the objects is wrongly identified - it's a mandolin, not a banjo. I don't like the in between round games - they are too easy and/or dumb (by the way, it's a jewel quest type game, not a tetris type game as one reviewer claimed). At least in the London game they let you skip those rounds.
 | Added on: January 11, 2010
I have found this hidden object game to be one of the better ones available at the moment. I liked the fact that after I had found the 25 keys and film reels, I then have unlimited access to all the hidden objects at every location and instead of only looking for 10 or so at a time, I can look for and find about 80. This makes for a more relaxing game and means that while I have not found all of the items previously, some of them I know where to look and others take longer. Great game and I like the fact that sometimes the object is found by solving a clue or doing something. Definitely five stars for this one!
 | Added on: August 18, 2009
This game was alright. It's the first "Mystery P.I." game I've ever done. I liked the mini-games that I got to after I found all the objects for one clue. However, I don't like all the extra "bonus" stuff you can find. It distracts from the game and it has you doing too much at once. It's not difficult, it's just annoying.
 | Added on: July 1, 2010
I love hidden object games. I especially love the Mystery P.I. games. They are so good for my brain, because they keep you thinking and observing. I believe they are great for all ages.
 | Added on: June 17, 2011
These games give you a mental challenge (interpreting some of the clues) and a visual challenge. Some of the items are very easy to find, some take some more looking, and some you really have to search for. I also like the extra items you have to find on each screen that aren't in the list. When I play a game I enjoy a challenge, but I also want to be able to relax and enjoy myself. These games give me that mix. I play the game, then the unlimited screens, but don't bother with the match 3.
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