Biggest Little Adventure
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Biggest Little Adventure 

See the world through a different perspective in Biggest Little Adventure, an epic journey of tiny proportions.

Louis delivers a package to Ruby, who, upon opening it to reveal its mystical content, mistakenly shrinks him to the height of two stacked apples. Now, both Ruby and the miniaturized Louis embark on a worldwide search for the only possible cure. But can they find it in time before his condition becomes permanent?

Join Ruby and Louis in this unbelievable 1920's adventure to locate the remedy. Travel to New York, London, Morocco and more, meeting helpful people and searching for the right ingredients as their romance grows. Overcome problematic situations including puzzles, while working together, switching between tall and tiny viewpoints. Scour the area with Ruby or get down into the details with the diminutive Louis. Their individualized skills will each come in handy through this entire remarkable journey.

  • Experience an unbelievable Hidden Object adventure around the world.
  • Join two unlikely heroes searching for the cure to a mystical shrinking potion.
  • Scour areas and solve puzzles while switching between tall and tiny perspectives.
  • Use individual skills to complete the remarkable journey.
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Reviews of Biggest Little Adventure
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
 
I felt the hidden objects in this game were a tad easy, but entertaining. It's only a little thinky since the mini games are pretty easy to figure out. Personally, I like a game that doesn't always make me think. Sometimes I just play to relax and enjoy the hidden object experience. This game is perfect for that. Thanks Gamehouse.
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
 
The game was fun and not so complex as some hidden objects games are. I like the ones such as this one that you can enjoy, relax and have great fun!
 | Added on: August 13, 2010
 
this was a fun game, the mini games make you think and the hidden games along the way are fun.
 | Added on: August 20, 2010
 
This wasn't as bad as the last one, but still left me stumped and no help. It is probably one my daughter could figure out, she likes the harder games. I wouldn't buy it.
 | Added on: August 30, 2010
 
I liked this game, all ages could play it. It was fast paced but also challenging.
 | Added on: October 14, 2010
 
I always like hidden object games. but I think they are even more fun when the pictures are real pretty and they make you feel like your in a real place. That's how I felt about this game.
 | Added on: August 23, 2010
 
Hidden Objects weren't really hidden very well. Some of the mini-games were pretty challenging. My problem is with trying to follow the conversation between the two. It says to click anywhere to continue, but you have to be really light on the mouse, or you end of skipping over one person's part of the conversation. You end up missing clues this way. Also, you have to do things in the correct sequence or you get stuck. My game stopped working because of this.
 | Added on: August 18, 2010
 
The HOs and puzzles in this game are at extreme polar opposites. The objects are too easy to find (as in look at the list of items to find, look up and joila, there it is). The puzzles on the other hand, not so simple. Hints aren't available and little direction is given before you begin each puzzle. I wanted to like it, but the combination of too easy/too difficult made me end the hour trial with 9 minutes left.
 | Added on: August 23, 2010
 
Enjoyed playing. Easy and adventure invoved. Would play again.
 | Added on: August 24, 2010
 
The number of reviews posted on this game pretty much says it all. This is an original, attention holding fun game. Not too difficult but still challenging. The mini games are good. My only complaint is that the end cut off on me. Loved it, won't delete it.
 | Added on: August 12, 2010
 
I enjoyed the game , but at times it was confusing and the objects were a little small.
 | Added on: August 13, 2010
 
This game is really fun. I wish the objects were larger, it would be much easier to see them. It's just hard enough to keep you involved but able to figure out the next move.
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
 
At first glance, it looked like every other hidden-object game but with a bit of play, it proved to be original in it's mini-games and storyline. The only negatives I might point out would be that occasionally you'll click on an object inadvertently and the word is erased before you realize that it was an object you needed and you didn't even know what it was! (I like to keep track) The other complaint (although, it's barely that) is that some of the objects are too visible. All in all, a fun game, I went ahead and spent one of my precious fun tickets for it so I could finish it!
 | Added on: August 20, 2010
 
A good game for older family members, 10 and above. Both enjoyable and engaging.
 | Added on: July 11, 2011
 
very few directions ... basically waste a lot of time doing simple things you just simply didnt know you were supposed to do next. Just plain frustrating really.
 | Added on: August 13, 2010
 
It's hard to get very far into the game on a one hour trial, but enjoyed playing and would like to play longer
 | Added on: August 16, 2010
 
I like the way you can go into the small places with the character. I also like how you have to figure out the situation before you can advance to the next section. It has more interesting things going on instead of just going blind looking for items.
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
 
This game has a great storyline and just easy enough to be relaxing to play. Puzzles are fun to solve. My only problem was some of the items (not every page)are just off the screen so I had to use the hint button for those and click the area it showed. Very glad I bought it.
 | Added on: August 19, 2010
 
Cleaver approach. The concept of being able to switch between charecters is fun. Nice pace
 | Added on: February 11, 2011
 
This game just didn't hold my interest. There is really nothing wrong with it but I just didn't like it. It is a huge file to download and the skip button takes way too long before it is available for the mini games. That is irritating. The graphics are nice and the theme whimsical. Maybe some will continue to enjoy it but I did not.
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