Find Your Own Way Home
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"It's long, has a nice variety of game styles, including some creative twists on familiar mini-games" - Gamezebo.com
For the past few weeks, Ruby has been on assignment with the rock band, REO Speedwagon. Tonight the band’s new album debuts and Entertainment Now will be airing Ruby’s stories from the time she spent with the band on tour and in the recording studio. A star-studded album release party at a fabulous oceanfront estate is to follow, but Kevin Cronin is missing! Use your Hidden Object skills to find the legendary front man in Find Your Own Way Home!
- Includes classic songs
- Hand-drawn scenes
- Find Kevin Cronin!
Pretty cutehotmando1 | July 19, 2011 | See all hotmando1's reviews »
This has the feeling that it's MADE for kids. I don't recommend this to adults or even teens. It's plot,visuals, and soundtrack is pretty bland compared to other point and click games. but it is bearable enough for kids. Challenges...are not even hard. you'll find the puzzles to be a breeze. Hidden objects do not feel hidden at all. For hardcore puzzle gamers, this game would be a bad investment. there are better games out there.
An excellent if easy introduction to hidden object gameserasion | April 9, 2011 | See all erasion's reviews »
Those new to the world of Hidden Object games could do far worse then check this out. The game offers an assortment of different Hidden Object rounds with a variety of hints on offer depending on how much help you need. There are several mini-games between stages including jigsaws, spot the difference and different puzzles and problem solving. And there are even some new REO songs available for completing levels. The game is not particularly difficult but there is a great deal of variety and as a HO veteran I still found plenty here to enjoy, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED