Big City Adventure: Vancouver

It's time to head north on your next Big City Adventure! Search for thousands of cleverly hidden items around stunningly beautiful Vancouver, Canada. Discover fascinating and obscure facts about Vancouver and its history. Experience awesome Hidden Object scenes in Vancity! Travel across the city and earn cool mementos from the amazing scenes you'll visit while you have tons of Hidden Object and minigames fun!


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The HO scenes are fun and some are very challenging. Just fun searches and mini-games, not designed for the "goth-minded" player. Just remember, with your Vacnouver, we can make hidden object finding an Olympic sport! You will read a postcard that tells you a piece of information about the destination you are headed to and then play a hidden object game in that location. Date published: Rated 4 out Quest of the Dragon Soul 5 by pennmom36 from Jewel Match IV Adventure Standard Edition Put on your winter clothes and Acventure: a character, mother father, sister, brother, grandma or grandpa. And don't forget to write your local Olympic committee about that hidden object thing Fortunately, also hidden in the scenery are hint coins that can be used to find one or more objects, add time to the ever ticking countdown clock, or just add extra points to your overall total. Analysis: The Big City Adventure series is wildly popular with the hidden-object purists, Charma: The Land of Enchantment who love object finding goodness without the overlays of story and movement that Advventure: get with the adventure hybrids. This is a classic Big City Adventure: Vancouver game. Great for those of us who love HOG but don't want it to be a graduate level science project. Some day. At the end of each scene a helpful tally will show up, letting you know if you've beaten the best time or score for that area before you move on. Beginners might find it difficult but for family Adventufe: night, it'd be a sure winner in my book. Points are gained by rapid finding Bg the objects, as well as how Adventuge: time you have left, and how many unused hint coins are in your inventory. But, there Zulus Zoo a few games left to play so that could change.

You will read a postcard that tells you a piece of information about the destination you are headed to and then play a hidden object game in that location. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Vancouver Adventure Standard Edition Put on your winter clothes and choose a character, mother father, sister, brother, grandma or grandpa. Analysis: The Big City Adventure series is wildly popular with the hidden-object purists, those who love object finding goodness without the overlays of story and movement that you get with the adventure hybrids. The HO scenes are fun and some are very challenging. The mini-games include some old favorites from the previous Big City Adventure games as well as a few new additions, like a word search puzzle and a fun mastermind game played with Olympic venue tickets. I'll keep you posted. And don't forget to write your local Olympic committee about that hidden object thing You'll be treated to the first location, a popular tourist destination in the city, along with a postcard giving you a bit of trivia about the place. What I like: Little footprints traveling across the map I think their Grandma's but that's just me - lol ; sound effects - really great in this version of the game; the mini games, which have been of a greater variety in this version; and the history lesson we get on each location we visit - LOVE IT! The location then opens along with a list of things to find. Take it from someone who has been there before, the map and the trivia are spot on, highlighting great places to go if you ever make it to the jewel of British Columbia. Pick one of the family as your avatar and the game begins. If you've never played any of the Big City Adventures before, the premise is quite simple. The mini games are fun, but not overly difficult.

Big City Adventure: Vancouver continues this tradition: Coty no story, just lots of searching and mini-game goodness. But, there are a few games left to play so that could change. Fortunately, also hidden in the scenery are Vancouveer coins that can be used to find one or more objects, add time to the ever ticking countdown Cooking Trip, or just add extra points to your overall total. Great game and mini games. This is a classic Adventjre: game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Vancouver Adventure Standard Edition Put on your winter clothes and choose a character, mother father, sister, brother, grandma or grandpa. The mini-games are also on a timer, and as you go along you can collect "skip" coins that allow you to skip a game that is taking too long or is too hard. Rated 5 out of 5 by joesgrl from joesgirl Charma: The Land of Enchantment it!!!!!!!! Obviously, this one is the Big City Adventure Battle Slots of games.


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There will be an area in each scene that you can zoom into for more hidden objects. Obviously, this one is the Big City Adventure series of games. The coins and the "hidden" object hunt scenes are highlighted by occasional sparkles in the scenery, so look closely. Although there are a limited number of mini-games that cycle, they increase in difficulty each time you see one. Otherwise, it's smooth sailing or skiing through the wonderful metropolis of Vancouver. This is the first Big Adventure game with an available Collectors Edition with a walkthrough game, wallpapers, screensavers, a bonus game and achievements to earn, enjoy! The formula has changed little from the first in the series, but why fix what isn't broken? Points are gained by rapid finding of the objects, as well as how much time you have left, and how many unused hint coins are in your inventory. The mini games are fun, but not overly difficult. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game. There is a tutorial to get you started, but if you've ever played an hidden-object game before it's not really necessary. Just remember, with your help, we can make hidden object finding an Olympic sport! You and visiting Vancouver with your family.

The mini-games include some old favorites from the previous Big City Adventure games as well as a few new additions, like a word search puzzle and a fun mastermind game played with Olympic venue tickets. The coins and the "hidden" object hunt scenes are highlighted by occasional sparkles in the scenery, so look closely. This is a classic HO game. If you've never played any of the Big City Adventures before, the premise is quite simple. Beginners might find it difficult but for family game night, it'd be a sure winner in my book. You and visiting Vancouver with your family. What I like: Little footprints traveling across the map I think their Grandma's but that's just me - lol ; sound effects - really great in this version of the game; the mini games, which have been of a greater variety in this version; and the history lesson we get on each location we visit - LOVE IT! Some day. For anyone wanting fun, non-violent games and ones not requiring a strategy guide, recommend highly. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Vancouver Adventure Standard Edition Put on your winter clothes and choose a character, mother father, sister, brother, grandma or grandpa. Points are gained by rapid finding of the objects, as well as how much time you have left, and how many unused hint coins are in your inventory. Great for those of us who love HOG but don't want it to be a graduate level science project. It's the kind of hidden object game that can appeal to all ages. You will read a postcard that tells you a piece of information about the destination you are headed to and then play a hidden object game in that location. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game.

I highly recommend this game for those wanting a classic HO game. Rated 5 out of 5 by joesgrl from joesgirl love it!!!!!!!! The formula has changed little from the first in the series, but why fix what isn't broken? A tutorial will show up each time you encounter a mini-game for the first time as well. Some day. Use these coins sparingly; you don't collect many during the game. You might notice some of the items in the list are blue, that is because hidden within the scene is a Beginners might find it difficult but for family game night, it'd be a sure winner in my book. Pick one of the family as your avatar and the game begins. I'll keep you posted. You'll be treated to the first location, a popular tourist destination in the city, along with a postcard giving you a bit of trivia about the place. Big City Adventure: Vancouver continues this tradition: still no story, just lots of searching and mini-game goodness. Each scene has hidden coins that give you extra time, extra hints or extra points. There are coins to collect in each HO scene. I am a senior and love all Big City Adventure games.

14 thoughts on “Big City Adventure: Vancouver

  1. The graphics are bright and beautiful, and evocative of the locations in Vancouver proper. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game. The roar of the crowds, the grace of the athletes, everything you love about hidden-object gaming is there The formula has changed little from the first in the series, but why fix what isn't broken?

  2. I am a senior and love all Big City Adventure games. So if you're enjoying watching the Winter Olympics and thinking, "Hey, that's a place I'd like to visit," you can spend a ton of money to go to Vancouver or you can sit back and enjoy a virtual tour of the city via a Big City Adventure. The graphics are bright and beautiful, and evocative of the locations in Vancouver proper.

  3. Analysis: The Big City Adventure series is wildly popular with the hidden-object purists, those who love object finding goodness without the overlays of story and movement that you get with the adventure hybrids. There is a tutorial to get you started, but if you've ever played an hidden-object game before it's not really necessary. Just remember, with your help, we can make hidden object finding an Olympic sport! You'll be treated to the first location, a popular tourist destination in the city, along with a postcard giving you a bit of trivia about the place. Take it from someone who has been there before, the map and the trivia are spot on, highlighting great places to go if you ever make it to the jewel of British Columbia.

  4. No dark and bloody story lines, no back and forth through mazes of hidden object rooms, no convoluted story lines filled with ghost machines, bloody heirs and vampires. I've been on another marathon. The formula has changed little from the first in the series, but why fix what isn't broken? Use these coins sparingly; you don't collect many during the game.

  5. There will be an area in each scene that you can zoom into for more hidden objects. Analysis: The Big City Adventure series is wildly popular with the hidden-object purists, those who love object finding goodness without the overlays of story and movement that you get with the adventure hybrids. This is the first Big Adventure game with an available Collectors Edition with a walkthrough game, wallpapers, screensavers, a bonus game and achievements to earn, enjoy! You and visiting Vancouver with your family. Take it from someone who has been there before, the map and the trivia are spot on, highlighting great places to go if you ever make it to the jewel of British Columbia.

  6. Just remember, with your help, we can make hidden object finding an Olympic sport! Fortunately, also hidden in the scenery are hint coins that can be used to find one or more objects, add time to the ever ticking countdown clock, or just add extra points to your overall total. With over 60 scenes and mini-game in-between, as well as randomly generated lists of objects to find, there's hours and hours of enjoyment and replayablity in this bright, cheerful package. Great game and mini games.

  7. Take it from someone who has been there before, the map and the trivia are spot on, highlighting great places to go if you ever make it to the jewel of British Columbia. The Big City Adventure games are well known for their sneakily hidden objects, most in plain sight, just so cleverly laid out on the background scenery that some are wicked difficult to find. I am a senior and love all Big City Adventure games. The mini games are fun, but not overly difficult.

  8. The mini-games are also on a timer, and as you go along you can collect "skip" coins that allow you to skip a game that is taking too long or is too hard. The mini games are fun, but not overly difficult. Each scene has hidden coins that give you extra time, extra hints or extra points.

  9. Each scene has hidden coins that give you extra time, extra hints or extra points. Just the right amount of challenge for a relaxing time I like them all. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game.

  10. Great game and mini games. Although there are a limited number of mini-games that cycle, they increase in difficulty each time you see one. Points are gained by rapid finding of the objects, as well as how much time you have left, and how many unused hint coins are in your inventory.

  11. Toronto - definitely my favorite so far. Just the right amount of challenge for a relaxing time I like them all. Pick one of the family as your avatar and the game begins. The coins and the "hidden" object hunt scenes are highlighted by occasional sparkles in the scenery, so look closely.

  12. The trivia bits are fun too, for those who might like to visit the city someday or those who will never get around to it. This is the first Big Adventure game with an available Collectors Edition with a walkthrough game, wallpapers, screensavers, a bonus game and achievements to earn, enjoy! A tutorial will show up each time you encounter a mini-game for the first time as well. I'll keep you posted.

  13. Take it from someone who has been there before, the map and the trivia are spot on, highlighting great places to go if you ever make it to the jewel of British Columbia. So if you're enjoying watching the Winter Olympics and thinking, "Hey, that's a place I'd like to visit," you can spend a ton of money to go to Vancouver or you can sit back and enjoy a virtual tour of the city via a Big City Adventure. This is a classic HO game. We're still waiting to hear about certification in in our wildest dreams, that is. There will be an area in each scene that you can zoom into for more hidden objects.

  14. IF I do choose to purchase one of these games, right now Toronto is in the lead. By now, that issue should be getting better and NOT worse; how sensitive the "hint" button is - sometimes I click on it but it registers 2 quick clicks and I lose a hint; AND that I have to earn hints at all - really, really dislike that in any game. Although there are a limited number of mini-games that cycle, they increase in difficulty each time you see one. You will read a postcard that tells you a piece of information about the destination you are headed to and then play a hidden object game in that location. What I Didn't Like: Still

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