This is their new "hidden object" puzzle game that is set in the Golden Gate City. This game challenges players to solve the biggest theft in San Francisco history. In this game you will explore dozens of locations to find hidden Clues.
In Mystery P.I. Stolen in San Francisco, $250 Million in solid gold has been stolen from an armored car. The gold's owner has hired you, the world famous Mystery P.I., to find & return the gold before the trail goes cold. Seek and find over 2100 hidden objects in 25 amazing San Francisco-centered scenes to track down the stolen gold! Locations include the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Haight-Ashbury, Fisherman's Wharf and many more.
Mystery P.I. Stolen in San Francisco features three enthralling ways to play: In 'Find the Stolen Gold' mode you must find clues that will lead you to the gold. Collect all the Keys & Peace Symbols to unlock two bonus game modes: Unlimited Seek & Find and a Match-3 Bonus game. Go for a 'Perfect Investigation' and speed bonuses to maximize your points to become a Master P.I.!
What is my opinion on this game? This is a Hidden Object game with a slight twist. Not always do they tell you exactly what they want you to find. Sometimes they give you clues and you have to figure out what they mean (ex: for purse, they may say woman's bag.) My husband has spent more time on this game than I have (yet he does tend to ask to borrow my eyes). This is a great one player game - or even as a 2 player. Some times 2 sets of eyes are better than one. My husbands opinion; There are a lot of different levels (I think he said he was on level 19 when he commented on the level amount) But I keep telling him that it is not meant to be played in all one sitting. Boys....
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