Scrapbook Paige

Scrapbook Paige is an addictive Hidden Object game with great environments to explore. After searching the many themed areas of the shop, players are given the chance to try out their scrapbooking skills. Creativity is key to earning extra cash when designing scrapbook pages for shop customers. Speed Rounds offer an exciting challenge as you try to complete rush orders. The superb magnifying glass feature is sure to please players when looking for those hard to find items.

The graphics are brilliant and while some things prove difficult to find, the level of challenge means it's relaxed enough to not stress over. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by peaceomm from Not the best, but good for beginners There are unlimited hints although I really found they were not necessary. Double clicking turns it on so no need to even leave the spot you are looking. You are helping Paige in her scrapbooking business - first you do several hidden object scenes of tiny, cute little pieces don't worry, you have a magnifier, which is accessed simply by right clicking your mouse. While I can't say that I disliked the game, it also wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be. I only wish this developer had made a sequel. So will scrapbookers, small children and people who collect this kind of stuff. Each chapter has 3 places to search and there were a lot of chapters. You have to find 9 items in a "drawer" plus a riddle item. I generally played this game at night before bed for a relaxing wind down feel. If you like unsual object finds you may enjoy it. The items you find range from buttons, stamps, scrapbook pages, newspaper etc.


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There are 4 or Battle Slots outines you must find the objects the match. Although I was skeptical about it, the magnifying glass feature is actually very well done and very useful for finding smaller items. First they make a starter page with backgrounds, main photos, theme, and a few objects. Millennium 2: Take Me Higher will scrapbookers, small children and people who collect this kind of stuff. However, the real challenge is finding stickers and other small items in drawers, on shelves, etc. Although it's impossible to lose this game, you can choose whether you want to time yourself or play in "relaxed mode. I really Scrapboook this little gem. Each object scene Scrapbook Paige includes a "riddle" item that will give you a description and then you must find it. I also liked it because, while Scrapbbook appealed to me, it was also perfect for my two granddaughters. It is a seek and find Scrapbook Paige challenging screens to find small objects amongst many small embellishments, stamps and such. It took many weeks playing a little each night. The game is fairly long with Scrapbopk repetitive scenes. If you're not into the scrapbooking part and like a little more variety, try a different game or at least try the demo first. At the end of each chapter, there is a scrapbook page for you to complete. I had Scrapbolk play this Scrspbook in small increments because I would get frustrated with the microscopic items needed to move on.

The items are well-drawn, not to easy, or too hard, to find, and delightful to look at. This game offers more than one of the sought object so you have a real chance to find them, and has a magnifier option for those of us with older eyes. The game is fairly long with a repetitive scenes. The graphics are fantastic. If you're not into the scrapbooking part and like a little more variety, try a different game or at least try the demo first. While I can't say that I disliked the game, it also wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by legalhelper from Very Fun for Beginners My 9-year-old daughter is starting to play my easier HOG, so I bought this one for her to play all by herself. I really enjoyed this little gem. The hidden objects are stickers. The graphics are brilliant and while some things prove difficult to find, the level of challenge means it's relaxed enough to not stress over. Each object scene also includes a "riddle" item that will give you a description and then you must find it. If you can't find something, chances are it is hidden too well in a container of similarly colored objects. The items you find range from buttons, stamps, scrapbook pages, newspaper etc.

Scrapbook Paige is such a fun little game for all the family. I particularly liked how you can zoom in and zoom out which made each level much more interesting for me. You are helping Paige in her Scrapbook Paige business - first you do several hidden object scenes of tiny, cute little pieces don't worry, you have a magnifier, which is accessed simply by right clicking your mouse. I had fun playing this game and it was worth the discounted price, but there are a few things that Paoge make it much better. Double clicking turns it Lost Secrets: Bermuda Triangle so no Scrapbool to even Pajge the spot you are looking. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Scamper67 Grim Facade: Monster in Disguise Not bad but could be better The scrapbook design part was also just okay for me. The game is nice and relaxing For me, it got a little boring after awhile- especially since many times you were looking for the same hidden objects in each round.


This game does have the potential to be something really great, I do hope that there are further editions with at least some if not all of the above suggestions added. Part of it is things you must find the object for BUT you can choose to stay on the page and add more to the scrapbook for extra stars. If you love repetitiousness and scrap-booking and HOGs hidden object games this game is definitely for you. Enables you to build your own scrapbook pages; offers a nearly ready made page which can then be completely redone with your own choice of elements and decorations. There are 15 pages to do. The graphics are brilliant and while some things prove difficult to find, the level of challenge means it's relaxed enough to not stress over. Yes, items are supposed to be hidden, but definitely not impossible to find without a hint or magnifying glass. While I have mostly watched the game from over her shoulder, it is very much set up the same way the I Spy games are, which she loves. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by legalhelper from Very Fun for Beginners My 9-year-old daughter is starting to play my easier HOG, so I bought this one for her to play all by herself. If you're just a lover of any hidden object games- even repetitive ones- and have a creative side, you may really like this game. It is a seek and find with challenging screens to find small objects amongst many small embellishments, stamps and such. If you love scrap-booking this is for you because once you go through the 3 HOGs, you have to locate a certain number of items from "pages". Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Scamper67 from Not bad but could be better After that you can scrapbook how you want.

I'd definitely say demo first since its old, it may not work on all platforms the way it was intended when first came out. First they make a starter page with backgrounds, main photos, theme, and a few objects. After that you can scrapbook how you want. It's repetitive because you look through the same "drawers" over and over and after a while it can become boring because you pretty much know where the items are. Happy Scrap-booking! This game offers more than one of the sought object so you have a real chance to find them, and has a magnifier option for those of us with older eyes. When you are finished, Paige gets scrapbook requests to set up different theme pages - you get to find the missing pieces and for extra points, you can add your own touches. Personally, I would peg this game for tweens to young adults. This is such a fun little game for all the family. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Peachkins from Okay hidden object game for scrapbookers When I saw this as the featured game of the day, I went ahead and tried the demo. However, I encourage everyone to give it a try. At the end of each chapter, there is a scrapbook page for you to complete.

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  1. There are only about 8 different puzzle and u have to do them a total of 45 times. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by legalhelper from Very Fun for Beginners My 9-year-old daughter is starting to play my easier HOG, so I bought this one for her to play all by herself. When you are finished, Paige gets scrapbook requests to set up different theme pages - you get to find the missing pieces and for extra points, you can add your own touches. You are helping Paige in her scrapbooking business - first you do several hidden object scenes of tiny, cute little pieces don't worry, you have a magnifier, which is accessed simply by right clicking your mouse. If you can't find something, chances are it is hidden too well in a container of similarly colored objects.

  2. While the scenes tend to be a little on the easy side, this game really was fun to play and totally stress free! I had to play this game in small increments because I would get frustrated with the microscopic items needed to move on. I find it fun to play, and also an inspiration for my paper scrapbooking. For me, it got a little boring after awhile- especially since many times you were looking for the same hidden objects in each round.

  3. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Peachkins from Okay hidden object game for scrapbookers When I saw this as the featured game of the day, I went ahead and tried the demo. Once you find those items you have earned stars - but you can earn additional stars by adding to the scrap-booking page. I felt there was a good mix of easier and harder objects to find. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pucktweety from Fun little game! It took many weeks playing a little each night.

  4. There are 15 pages to do. Enables you to build your own scrapbook pages; offers a nearly ready made page which can then be completely redone with your own choice of elements and decorations. Very cute overall.

  5. First they make a starter page with backgrounds, main photos, theme, and a few objects. For me, it got a little boring after awhile- especially since many times you were looking for the same hidden objects in each round. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Peachkins from Okay hidden object game for scrapbookers When I saw this as the featured game of the day, I went ahead and tried the demo. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pucktweety from Fun little game!

  6. I only wish this developer had made a sequel. This game does have the potential to be something really great, I do hope that there are further editions with at least some if not all of the above suggestions added. I also found that the controls were off at times- I would click to move one thing and it would move something else.

  7. I particularly liked how you can zoom in and zoom out which made each level much more interesting for me. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Peachkins from Okay hidden object game for scrapbookers When I saw this as the featured game of the day, I went ahead and tried the demo. I also really, really enjoyed each scene and unlike most other HO games, this one actually made sense in what you where finding. It took many weeks playing a little each night. If you like unsual object finds you may enjoy it.

  8. If you love scrap-booking this is for you because once you go through the 3 HOGs, you have to locate a certain number of items from "pages". More levels and less repetitiveness in each level. Like someone else has already stated; the ability to start from scratch and more goodies to choose from.

  9. Si I enjoyed it somewhat. When you are finished, Paige gets scrapbook requests to set up different theme pages - you get to find the missing pieces and for extra points, you can add your own touches. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by peaceomm from Not the best, but good for beginners This game does have the potential to be something really great, I do hope that there are further editions with at least some if not all of the above suggestions added. However, I encourage everyone to give it a try.

  10. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GypsyBeLoved from A great game for scrapbookers This game was a lot of fun. Usually I do not like magnifying glasses but this one is done quite well and goes over the entire area and is easy to use. There are 15 pages to do. While the scenes tend to be a little on the easy side, this game really was fun to play and totally stress free!

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