Head back to London and relive the majesty of the games with Summer SuperSports Deluxe, a family friendly search for objects. The Summer games might be over, but that doesn't mean that you can't travel back to the host city and experience them one more time. Join Mike, Sally and their parents as they hop on their flight to London to share in the excitement of the games.
take part in the Summer Games once again with this Hidden Object game for all ages
look for hundreds of hidden objects at many of the competitions
visit Track & Field, Swimming, Cycling, and more
play fantastic mini-games like spot-the-difference, matching pairs, and jigsaw puzzles
I'm in my late 50's, married, full time housewife, the mother of 17 children who are grown and have 15 grandchildren with 2 more on the way in a few months. (Smile!) I play computer games at the end of the day to relax. I think Super Sports is more for children than it is for us older folks. I found it to be rather boring, the mini games (jigsaw puzzle, find the differences, connect the numbers) were too easy and didn't pose any challenge for me at all. The graphics were very good, appeared to be real people, places and things. I'm unable to comment about the sound because I turn it off when I play computer games ... unless it's foot stomping bluegrass music, I'm not interested into hearing the same lousey tune played over & over again. Some of the hidden objects are way too small for me to find with my glasses on or off and my face close to the monitor. For others you'll see a magnifying glass that indicates that you have to click on it to find an object inside that's on your list. For me, this game is rather boring as I said before, so I quit after about 10 minutes of my free trial. Although I greatly enjoy playing HOGs, this game is definitely not for me and I do not recommend this game for anyone over the age of about 10.
Your usual plain cluttered room HO. A definite winner for kids. For me, not so much. I think the worst part was the constant cheering in the background.
Fayleen | Added on: September 3, 2012
This one was quick and easy. Enjoyed but not much of a challenge. Great mindless hidden fun.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: August 30, 2012
This game is definitely geared toward children. The mini-games are not at all challenging for adults but will be fun for the kids: connect the dots, jigsaw puzzles, find matching pieces, etc. However the hidden object scenes are not a walk in the park. There are some items that are quite difficult to find, and some items are hidden and must be uncovered. The graphics were not as clear as I would like, but were certainly adequate. I'm not sure adults would want to take the time to play this game, but kids certainly will.
As a family game, this is definitely 4+ stars...would be 5 except for the fact that some of the HO are quite small, difficult to see. I wouldn't recommend this one for HOG adult fans, but for adults & children to play together, I loved it! Mini-games were great for the kids, graphics a bit cluttered, but kids found it to be fine, no actual storyline, but relaxing gameplay. I've played this one with children ranging from 5 to 11 & they all enjoyed it...kept them entertained for hours! Release date is perfect as the children are, still, excited about having just viewed all these events on TV. Great replay value, as it's fairly lengthy with many mini-games in between HO scenes. Another plus for kids, it's a HOG that is a bit interactive, yet not one that has to be played in its entirety or the plot will be lost. I've found that several which are kid friendly are difficult for them to pick back up & complete...the flow of the plot is too essential and easily lost on children. Highly recommend this one for keeping kids interested, entertained & QUIET (lol)
An awful, thrown together mish-mash of a hidden object game. The challenge comes with straining your eyes to find often tiny, blurry objects in scenes that are not very well rendered. Mini games are a yawn- very easy (and skippable in casual play) and repetitious (in 15 minutes I had three jigsaw puzzles and 2 match games). I don't recommend this title- there are so many better HO games worth the time and money. (Mini-quibble: as the story line is supposed to be the Olympic games, that a baseball scene was included is puzzling, since baseball is no longer part of the Games.)
This was an extremely easy game, more for kids and didn't take long to finish. It should be labeled for kids, and certainly shouldn't be full price. I hate that I used my 1 monthly fun ticket, and am already finished with it.
KeaganXOX | Added on: September 1, 2012
I haven't seen much on GameHouse lately that looked interesting so I've been playing older games so gave this one a shot and even though the graphic's were great the game sadly was not... I played through 4 level's of finding objects that there is no interaction to do with, a jig saw puzzle that was SUPER easy, putting together a ticket and find the difference.. It was so easy, TOO easy actually.. I would highly recommend for children or if you have never played a hidden onject game before but all and all it's so easy it's funny... I hope that in the near future there are not more games like this one at gamehouse.. I fell asleep 3 times the 20 minutes I played it so I uninstalled immediately.. PLEASE Game House get some better games.