The stork is on its way in the whimsical House of Wonders - Babies Come Home for Mac, a fun seek-and-find challenge for all ages.
Larry is about to become a proud papa but he has grossly underestimated the gravity of the situation. With quintuplets due at any moment and with little-to-nothing planned, Larry and his wife Lucretia need your help in raising money to prepare for the joyous event.
Search through the whimsical House of Wonders and earn the money needed to buy everything they require. From diapers to cribs and many other essentials, it's your job to prepare the nursery. However it takes shape is entirely up to you, so you can either splurge or be cost effective enough to decorate your very own mansion with the leftover money. Use hints, play mini-games, and prepare for the big day.
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Compatible with OS X 10.7
Prepare the House of Wonders for the joyous event in this fun Hidden Object challenge.
Search through the whimsical mansion and earn money to purchase needed supplies.
Spend the money wisely or splurge on leftovers for your very own mansion.
I like a challenging game but I keep a few that are just good fun, and that's what this is. And it's a humorous kind of weird! I was a cheap-o on buying the baby supplies so there was plenty of money left to buy things for ME! hehe. I got a yatch, a beach house and a 56' Chevy to restore. The babies got "just" enough to keep me from feeling guilty. It's a funny game, but mostly, it has rather cool, unique hidden object games. It's a good mix of everything. And relaxing, yet it's tricky, too. Fun.
Lots of stuff, OH's to look for and things to buy for the new babies, yes, I did say "babies'. Dear old dad wants you to help the family get things ready for the babies, but the man owns a Casino, and like most Casinos wants your money. How on earth does that help him, his wife and the children yet to come?????????? Some one explain that to me, cuz I am lost. Lots of places to go to and games to play to earn money to buy things for the babies and for yourself as well. Graphics/art is like a cartoon, yet fun. You will have to catch moving things as the float, move in circles and are stuffed in a mess of items.
The cartoon graphics are attractive, but the hidden object games gave me a headache. While the designers tried to be creative in offering a variety of HO scenes, some of them were just too hard to look at for any length of time in order to find the objects: like the distorted objects in the giant spiral, the objects bobbing up and down in a moving river, an upside down scene, and one done with lots of black-and-white checkerboard patterns. I was also turned off by the weird, ugly choices for designing the nursery. Why even bother to decorate a nursery if there is nothing appealing? If you like something different or unusual, this may just be for you. I couldn't delete it fast enough.
Didnt enjoy this game that much, felt a little dizzy when playing it. The moving graphics were just a little much for me, but I guess some will enjoy this game.
devi | Added on: May 12, 2012
Although this game had some very unique HOs, the character's obnoxious voice and irritating music was too much. Could I have turned the sound off, yes, but that's like driving a car without the radio. HO scenes were just cluttered, warped objects. Very hard on the eyes. Give it a try and decide for yourself. I personally couldn't take more than 30 minutes.
emi1 | Added on: May 23, 2012
tho this game is fairly easy, and wacky, i found i enjoyed playing it. i loved seeing the nursery come to life. altho it took forever to be able to pick stuff, it was cool to be able to pick and choose. i found the HOG portions of the game to be easy-that's ok, tho. it's nice to have a laid back game to play every once in a while. i did like the wacky graphics and sounds. and as obnoxious as the male character could be, i found him to be endearing. i enjoyed the casino, too. nice change, guys...
...too bad it won't budge past a certain level. I have never seen a game quite like this; I really enjoyed the "rooms" that presented the objects differently. In one room the objects appear to "fall" (the backround is scrolling upwards), in another the items float by in a river (occasionally obscured by waves). The problem I had did not appear to be a technical glitch that could be fixed by the website; twice I played to the same level only to have Larry vanish while the doors remained locked. In other words there was a hiccup in the program as opposed to a website issue. Great game up until then, though!