MillionHeir is an o.k. game. The idea is great! It initially reminded me of those hidden picture puzzles I loved when I was a youth. The pictures on MillionHeir are wonderfully detailed. I counted on one image, there was over 75 hidden items, yet the puzzle only asks you to find 12. That is really cool, because your mind is looking at all these other hidden images and it forgets what it's looking for until it finds it and your brain explodes with delight!!! So far, I have seen about 10 or more of these pictures on MillionHeir. But the storyline is the weakest part of this game. I found myself not even reading the character biographies or even caring about their involvement in the story. I just wanted to get back to finding hidden images and playing the mini games. Which are also cool; a jigsaw puzzle game, a DNA sequencing game and this cool mini game where you are shown a drawing of a complicated "mouse trap" type of invention and have to figure out how to make it work correctly. Overall, this is a good game and I would suggest it to others. I hope the next title in this series will have a little more elaborate storyline, which I would buy.
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