Big City Adventure: Tokyo

The latest chapter in the hit hidden object series is here! Explore mighty Tokyo, the world's largest metropolis! An amazing mix of the ancient and ultra-modern will delight your senses. Search for thousands of cleverly hidden items around the historic sites and play a bunch of fun mini-games along the way. Collect 60 postcards containing fascinating and obscure facts about Tokyo and its history, plus, earn 60 cool mementos from the amazing scenes you'll visit. 120 rounds of hidden object and mini-game fun! Start your trip of a lifetime today.

The map graphics are not that well done but the game graphics are great. Thousands of hidden objects to find. Save yourself the money and don't buy this. Or even play again and try to beat your own score; the hidden objects will be different every time you play. Look for the cute and quirky animations that help bring every location to life. This game has something for everyone: a bit of easy-play for kids, as well as a workout for big guys! The mini puzzles are children simple. Best yet!!! Looking forward to more like it. I think as the B. Have every single game so far, and there's never any disappointment when the "new arrival" makes it debut! Explore mighty Tokyo, the world's largest metropolis! But fans of the other Big City Adventure games should enjoy this one, too.

Makes me want to check out the other "Big City Adventure" games! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mcgillican from Another adventure! This one I find to be more challenging than the previous games,but, hey! I'm looking forward to more adventures. Along with the others. I have no intention of finishing this one, and I certainly can't recommend it to others. I rarely use a hint on the relaxed setting. And the mini-games are much easier by comparison. Highly recommended. You can almost smell the sushi. It gives you that feeling that you're really there, in Tokyo. I played the hour play.

Along with the others. Ok, so my eyes are old and I totally enjoy hidden object games - yes, even with no darkness and a lot of back and forth to find things. Perhaps others play on really large monitors and have no issues with finding the objects mine is not real small. In short I hate hidden objects that are too easy to find and these definitely were not, actually had to use the hint. Until I got to the end, I was wondering, what is the point of these gears? Looking forward to more like it. Finish one scene then go to a different location. Six different types of Bonus Coins to help you uncover the hidden items hint, fast forward, two types of time bonus and two types of score bonus. Great graphics, pleasant music and you learn a lot about Japan as you progress through the game. The background music is a loop and not pertinent to the game, but I mute it anyway and only listen when the family is interacting beginning and end. I also play many of the Big City Adventure series and found Tokyo to be a bit more of a challenge than the others, which makes it more fun. From a 70 yr old great-grandma.

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My vision isn't that great anymore, so I do appreciate the bright colors and lack of shadows. I consider Tokgo "time out" from the hidden object workout, and they eventually take on a challenge of their own. A new twist this time in that you are now looking for 20 gears don't know why yet and with 60 rounds, obviously they are Defense of Roman Britain in every scene. The map graphics are not that well done but the game graphics are great. I do appreciate that the development team put a lot of work into this game. I ended up just clicking all over the boards Advenyure: it was too hard to find the items. Along with the others. Thousands of hidden objects to find. There are five skip coins in puzzles and various different hint coins in each HOS, as well as a blue zoom in area. Ok, so Axventure: eyes are old and I totally enjoy hidden object games - yes, even with no darkness and a lot of Loves Power Mahjong and forth to find things. Just the right amount of challenge and various puzzles to keep you interested, lots of Aveyond: Gates of Night to earn as well. The HO scenes are too busy, on many occasions Big City Adventure: Tokyo objects are so buried as to be impossible to locate, the mini-games are ridiculously simple, the objects in the hidden scenes are very tiny and hard to see, the list goes on. I am really rather disappointed. Makes me want to check out the other "Big City Adventure" games!

A games have gotten a bit more difficult as they have evolved from the very first BCA game put out a few yrs ago. I have no intention of finishing this one, and I certainly can't recommend it to others. Ever-changing lists of objects to find mean you can replay the game and have a brand new experience each time. I often need to use deductive reasoning to figure them out instead of just random scanning. A great way to spend a rainy afternoon, or to relax after a long day. But the game isn't impossible to play, as far as locating the items. Instructions: Use the mouse to find hidden objects and play mini-games. I ended up just clicking all over the boards because it was too hard to find the items. Because of my vision problems that are contributed to me getting older, I have to play the relaxed version rather than the timed version. So, these Big City Adventure games always rate high with me. Be the first! Earn Skip Coins as you play to skip any mini-games you may find challenging. It's so nice to play a game that isn't full of gloom, blood and guts. Earn fun mementos representing each of the locations you visit.

Too bad. Be the first! I've been hoping it was time for a new Big City Adventure!!! There are some objects that blend into the background so are impossible for me to find. Minimum Advdnture:. Although some of the hidden objects and puzzles Astroslugs seem too easy at first, the busy and complex Asian art style graphics in some of the scenes are very complex Big City Adventure: Tokyo I really have to work at finding hidden objects without using any hints Because of my vision problems that are contributed to me getting older, I have to play the relaxed version rather than the timed version. I have always loved Japan, and was excited when I saw this! I think this one is harder than the rest of them. So, these Big City Adventure games always rate high with me. HOG are great I like to be mentally challenged.


4 thoughts on “Big City Adventure: Tokyo

  1. Collect 60 postcards containing fascinating and obscure facts about Tokyo and its history, plus, earn 60 cool mementos from the amazing scenes you'll visit. Don't forget to watch for the animated items Explore mighty Tokyo, the world's largest metropolis! The hidden objects are getting more cleverly placed with each new release of Big City Adventure. Items were hard to find and it was just basically boring.

  2. This is definately one of my favourites of the Big City Adventure series. I ended up just clicking all over the boards because it was too hard to find the items. There are some objects that blend into the background so are impossible for me to find. Too bad. But fans of the other Big City Adventure games should enjoy this one, too.

  3. But you find that out in the end as they give you a little surprise! I think everyone will like this game. I admit, I don't pay much attention to story lines much too childish , but I did learn a lot about Tokyo and Japanese culture from the narrative.

  4. The mini puzzles are children simple. The cities in the series I didn't enjoy though are Rome, Paris and Vancouver, they're not as exciting. And I personally find the things the game has to tell me about each location rather interesting. Explore mighty Tokyo, the world's largest metropolis!

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