Help Detective Angelina track down an elusive jewel thief in the Hidden Object game, Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure! The mysterious thief has stolen jewels from all over the world, and Angelina has determined that they are on an exclusive millionaire's Caribbean cruise! Stealing from the rich as they set sail, this criminal needs to be stopped! Track down helpful hints using your Hidden Object skills and catch the crook in Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure!
Really, Cruise Clues probably would have been a lot more impressive had it been released several years ago. It is a simple, enjoyable game with bright and pretty scenes. Would not recommend it. The storyline was lame and the ending was even lamer. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from Great Game I really like this game. The plot is funyou play an FBI agent out to track down a jewel thief on a cruise ship. No suspense, twists or turns really. I love these types of games as they help me de-stress, relax and enjoy a few hours of down time! Can't skip mini-games. Some objects are small. You just search around while looking for the jewel thief and that's it. Date published:
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The plot is simple - an FBI agent Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure for an elusive jewel thief, both at various locations on board and in several visiting ports. The underwater scenes were beautifully done. The plot is funyou play an FBI agent out to track down a jewel thief on a cruise ship. You might want to play with the sound off though, as the game features an incredibly dull and repetitive, elevator music style soundtrack. The hint button was useless--all it showed me was a box that needed a key and there was absolutely NO KEY anywhere in that scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Hookedonbigfish from Quite an enjoyable game This game was a pleasant change from the past few games that I have played, not stressful, simple story, bright scenes and not mushy with romantic wedding stuff. Related Stories. Even worse, most of the time objects are Cursed House 4 in the same place when you come Cruisee a location for a second or third Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist. Puzzles and Riddles of Fate: Memento Mori Collectors Edition games ranged from Iron Sea: Frontier Defenders to easy. The Bad Objects and locations repeat frequently. The objects to find are quite often interactive and there Crise joined areas to search in many of the locations. It is a simple, enjoyable game with bright and pretty scenes. Only took 2. Not one of my favorites, but it's enjoyable as a hidden object game. In another scene there's subtle clues that you have to find Cules: battery charger, charge the batteries, before you can grab the camera on the list.
However, there is an in-game hint system that does alleviate some of this frustration. The script was corny remind me not to sail that line - lol The ending was abrupt?? I had no interest in finishing this game. It could've been longer with a more satisfying ending-it was abrupt. The hint button was useless--all it showed me was a box that needed a key and there was absolutely NO KEY anywhere in that scene. It is a very relaxing game. The graphics are good, storyline is interesting. Luckily, I found my answer. I didn't even get past the first mini game. But when I got about two scenes further into the game, I was completely stuck. The conclusion was abrupt and laughable. I read a couple reviews that people complained they couldn't work through the puzzles, that the game didn't respond.
I have only played half the demo and the puzzle part of things so far is simple as Crhise. Can't skip mini-games. Being in the latter age group, I recommend it to fellow members to Cruise Clues: Caribbean Adventure the mind sharp. Could never get pieces of the puzzel to rotate. Lucky for Game house it Quadrium 3 a free download. There are a few mini-games, like place the gems back in the tiara. All in all these are things that keep the game interesting, fun and HARD to stop for the day. The story line is OK -- a jewel thief is on the loose on a cruise ship. Well worth the money if you Advenutre a true HOG gamer! Didn't bother me though. The graphics Braveland Pirate good, storyline is interesting. The hint button recharges quickly. The objects to find Sparkle Unleashed quite often interactive and there are joined areas to search Farm Frenzy: Heave Ho many of the locations. Between the fisher price graphics and the obvious clutter, I wanted off the case!
Some objects are small. Some of the mini games can be challenging but they are fun too. I'm glad I didn't pay for it For others, it is a nice way to relax and just enjoy exercising your powers of observation. Those who seek adventure and like traipsing all over the place will not like this game and that is ok, too! A good change of pace and depth, I quite enjoyed it. My only beef with this one is that it's one of those that, every so often they will hide an object in such a way that you think "There's no way ANYONE would have eve seen that! It was visually stunning, had a nice relaxing cruise theme, and was fast paced enough to keep me just clicking away through the scenes. The game ran smoothly and the graphics were good quality. Being in the latter age group, I recommend it to fellow members to keep the mind sharp. The only real exceptions are the underwater scenes, which look much better than the rest of the game. Date published:
The graphics are good, storyline is interesting. Only took 2. Some objects are small. I think it is a good standard ho game. Throughout the game there are lots of Hidden Object scenes where you explore rooms on the ship casino, piano lounge, disco bar, penthouse suite, poolside, etc. Yes, some -- not all -- scenes are repeated, but usually only twice, unlike other games that repeat a scene 4 or 5 times. The conclusion was abrupt and laughable. Conclusion: Play the demo. The story line was ok - but not good enough to keep my interest. Between the fisher price graphics and the obvious clutter, I wanted off the case! Strong visuals, especially in underwater segments. The plot is simple - an FBI agent looking for an elusive jewel thief, both at various locations on board and in several visiting ports.