So I woke up this morning around 7:30 with all of my babies in my king size bed. My husband unfortunately had to work this morning and was gone by 6:30. As I lay there listening to each one of them softly breathing I had to smile at what I wonderful feeling it was to still have my boys ages 13 and 10 still crawl into bed with their mommy. (Don’t tell them I said that). I’m pretty sure they crawled in not to long before I woke up.
We have a busy weekend planned, or at least the kids do. My weekend started yesterday with my half day of work. I went out last night with my mom and her girls to see Eat, Pray, Love. It was a little to slow for me, but it wasn’t to bad. I enjoyed the deepness of the movie and definitely enjoyed Javier Bardem loved his part.
This hopefully is my only trip to the computer today as I have a ton to do. Buddy is going to the movies for the first time on his own and with his first girlfriend. I still cannot believe how mature he has gotten, sometimes I miss my little man. Nick has a birthday party to attend between 4-9 so we must go out and pick up a present. I’m hoping to get grocery shopping and cleaning out of my way so I can relax tomorrow.
Buddy has been spending a lot of his free time on a new game Mystery PI Stolen in San Francisco by Spin Top Games. We were honored to be given the chance to preview this game before its release yesterday August 27th. I don’t purchase a lot of games for download, something that my kids wish I did. I will say I did purchase the Bejeweled 2 game from Spin Tip Games because I’m addicted.
I asked Buddy to review this game for me because he never seemed to give me a chance to play. My children LOVE games that involve finding hidden objects.
Here is what Spin Top Games has to say about it:
“Since San Francisco is sometimes affectionately dubbed the Golden City, we thought it was the perfect setting for a gold heist. Glittering and gritty locations alike make this seek-and-find mystery a fun adventure for the whole family,” states Duncan Magee, co-director and co-founder of SpinTop. “We focused our efforts on creating the best visual locations ever to keep our millions of Mystery P.I. fans happy. We’ve always kept our artistic standards high, and I think we’ve exceeded them with Stolen in San Francisco!”
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.!
The graphics are fun and keep you entertained and engaged:
Since my son seemed to play non stop in between finishing homework, bathing, and eating he has already finished the ‘Find the Stolen Gold”. He said one of the features of this mode that he liked was at each of the 25 levels you had to find a key, peace sign, and flashlight in addition to the hidden objects assigned to that level. At the end of each level you have to solve a clue to advance and find the hidden gold.
It was not just Buddy that played this game at times I would walk by the family room and all three kids were searching for the hidden objects. The boys would tell Honey what to look for and they would all search. The good thing is the game is not over yet, there are additional modes and features that Buddy has not yet explored. He fact he has already asked me when I will get off the computer so he can play!
Key features of Mystery P.I.ä Stolen in San Francisco include:
– More than 2100 cleverly hidden objects to find.
– 25 stunning San Francisco locations to explore and investigate.
– 3 fun game modes: ‘Find the Stolen Gold’ plus two Unlimited game modes
– 7 unique mini-games: Match-3, Word Search, Circle Rotation,
Spot-the-differences, Jigsaw plus a unique final puzzle.
– Locate the secret Keys and Peace Symbols to unlock two Unlimited game modes.
You can download a free trial of the deluxe version right now at Spin Top Games. It retails for $19.99
Disclaimer: This is my own honest opinion. I received this game for free for reviewing purposes. I was not monetarily compensated nor was my opinion swayed by the receiving of this product. A big thank you to Spin Top Games for providing this game for me and my family to review. You may read more disclosure details here.