Get your kicks with Route 66, a scenic journey through one of America's most historical highways!
Professional bike racer, "Mad" Madeleine Mayflower, is temporarily stepping out of the limelight to get some much deserved rest and relaxation. Her choice is to hit the open road with the sun in her face and wind in her hair. Join Madeleine and her grandfather on a good old-fashioned road trip that takes you through eight states and covers 2,400 miles!
Visit 25 stops along the legendary highway like Barstow, Flagstaff, and Oklahoma City. Search for unique souvenirs amongst fabled locations and learn many historical facts that will surprise you. Take a break from the sights and play fun mini-games. When your relaxing trip has ended, you will have a new understanding and appreciation for this bit of classic Americana!
Try the free trial version or download the full version of Route 66 today!
Travel the historic route in a scenic hidden object journey
Hit the open road with the sun and wind in your face
Search for unique souvenirs in well-known locations
i really enjoyed this game .the story along the way captivated me.
nana_momma | Added on: December 16, 2009
It took less than 45 minutes to complete this game. Really boring. Wasted my brain matter.
missclairol | Added on: January 5, 2010
My advice is just go play the demo and youwill most likely finish it so you basically play the game for free. Best part is music.
kb999999 | Added on: June 21, 2010
A basic, simple game with historical facts ... the city facts were most interesting part of the game. For an adult, may become quickly bored ... For new-to-hog games/younger children, maybe entertaining, even educational with city facts. The game can be worked though rather quickly, so glad it was a free-game-of-the-day offer. The graphics were nice and the music was ok. The object list was small each board, while most object were very simple to find. The mini-games involved memory, matching and a connect-four game. You gain hints and points. Some objects may not be for younger kids - ashtray, knives, hand-held smokers pipe, ect ... I didn't play past Flagstaff - watched more ads than actual game playing time. Even without ads, would have completed in under an hour at current pace. Overall, rated 2-stars because of the historical facts only. Zero stars for the game play itself.
I beat this game in a half hour, this game to to easy. Brain went to sleep not worth buying.
jmg1234 | Added on: January 17, 2012
I didn't know weather to give this one a 2 or 3 star. It was OK, but could be better over all. It was some what educational, you can read about each town as you start each level. The puzzles part if there really was any was poor compared to most other games I've played. most had these stupid time limits, yet they were simple and boring.
huffpuff | Added on: December 19, 2009
I almost finished this game before my 60 minutes. The graphics are good but I would want a game to last longer if I was purchasing it.
fuschiagirl | Added on: December 15, 2009
i couldn't play the game past ten minutes, it was so boring
youngdamsel | Added on: December 16, 2009
I finished this game way before my free trial expired. It was way too easy and the hints were too easy to get. I'm glad I did not purchase it.
troublesmom | Added on: December 18, 2009
I had this game beat before the free trial ended. It had nice graphics and the objects were easy to find. Donot waste your money and buy this game
Robyn | Added on: January 5, 2010
Very old fashioned and boring. The art is pretty dull and there are no mini-games to make the game more challenging.
Bigpearlgirl | Added on: December 16, 2009
Felt like I was looking at those old boring slides of someones summer vacation. Almost fell asleep on Route 66.
MiniLover | Added on: June 19, 2010
Very surprised on this one. Totally boring. Not many items to find and not many challenges in finding them. The mini games became tedious...tic-tac-toe is more fun and challenging. The snippets of history are interesting, if you like history...but even they are rather... well... boring! I got this on the Free Game of the Day, but I will be uninstalling it to make room for something else. Sad when I don't even want a Free game...
If you like hidden object games for the finding of hidden objects, this is the game for you. If you're wanting backstory and a plot and a "they all lived happily ever after" you will be disappointed. The game is divided into map locations-- click the dot to enter that particular puzzle. The very nice thing here is that the map locations are real, and have to do with Route 66. You'll get an informative paragraph about why this location has been chosen, which is very interesting. But.... it stops there. You're given the object list, and the objects have nothing to do with Route 66, the specific location, or anything else. Find your last object, and you're sent to a minigame. The minigames are more interesting that usual, as they've added a few twists. Finish the minigame, go back to the map, get another tiny snippet of history, and that's it. Rinse and repeat. I marked this as good replay because you aren't asked to find every item each time, so presumably, it will take a bit before you memorize locations, particularly if you play many of these games at the same time.