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I Spy Spooky Mansion - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
60 customer reviews

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Product Description

Discover a thrilling I SPY adventure hidden in a mysterious old house! A clever skeleton traps you inside his spooky mansion with a challenge to find his secret way out. In first-person play, explore each room of the house to reveal its 33 I SPY riddles. Solve I SPY riddles, earn clues and play brain-teasing game to uncover the mansion's secret escape!

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  • ASIN: B00453W1GE
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 12 inches ; 8.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,291 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Etrnlife316 on January 3, 2011
We purchased this game for a family game - it was great - loved the music, sounds, puzzles, etc. As one reviewer said, some of the games did become a bit repetitive, but it was still good. The spinning plates (3 of them at once) was hard, but I managed to get it done (after a sore hand)! While we did enjoy this game (me, my husband and our 4-yr old), we finished it in one week. We completed the game and it was a HUGE letdown! The skeleton (Skelly) and a ghost, let you out and wave goodbye to you. I thought there would be more puzzles to solve - was very disappointed that it was over so quickly! It only lasted us a week. There's really no point in playing it again as you already know everything!

Bottom line, I would have given this 5 stars had we only paid $5 for it, but after paying $20, I was very disappointed! It really is a great game, but I would suggest looking for a used one somewhere before spending a lot on this one. Hope this helps!!
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Connie L. Hill on March 29, 2011
I am "ghost" writing this review on behalf of my six year old. We bought this game for her through a Schoolastic book order (the modern version of the old Weekly Reader Book order), here is her opinion:

This game is awesome. I like playing it because it has the coolest I-Spy stuff. I can't wait until I fill the whole chart in with all of the puzzle pieces. I have like five more to go and I can't wait to solve the puzzle. I wonder what the puzzle says. I want to invite my friends who like I-Spy books to come over and play it with me.

Well, there you have it folks. My daughter is six years old and in the first grade and she gives it five stars. I hope this review is helpful to you.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Greg on July 6, 2011
Yes, I've played I Spy Spooky Mansion. All of it. Go ahead and get all the snickering out of the way now... Good? Let's continue.

If you've never had the pleasure, I Spy Spooky Mansion puts you first person through a haunted mansion, pursued by an adorable (if needling and persistent) skeleton who won't let you out until you solve his riddles... or her riddles; it's kind of hard to tell. You solve them by, of course, finding the things he's describing!'s a kids game, undoubetdly, and it's so easy to write off games aimed at kids with a wave and a smirk: 'oh, it's good enough, it's only for KIDS afterall."

When, exactly, did video games stop being PRIMARILY for kids? When did that switch happen?

With that in mind, this I Spy addition has some short-comings that hide safely behind that "but it's for KIDS!" mentality without ever really challenging themselves to make a better game. I was a kid, I had a few video games, I remember being forced into repetition and being bored silly (looking at you, Rampage). I took it then because there weren't a heck of a lot of options. But in this day and age, with what the Wii is capapble of (even as the least powerful of modern systems), forcing your young players into a small handfuls of locations over and over and over to search for nearly the same objects over and over and over is unnecessary. Give them the option to repeat the ones they like best; they will and they'll thank you for it. Forcing them? Not necessary.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kickez on April 5, 2011
I agree with alot of the reviewers here, yes it is over too quickly (I finished it in about 6-7 hours as well), and it is a bit repetitive. There is alot of running around, back and forth up and down stairs and such, but I guess this is how they draw it out a bit. This game was absolutly perfect for my family though, we love spooky things, my kids are addicted to I SPY, and video games. My son has an extreamly low threshold for frustration, so the ease of this game was great for him. I personally liked enjoyed the graphics (reminded me of "Myst" yea, old skool I know) and the music and sound effects. Skelly was cute and charming and my son expressed his appreciation of how nice s/he? was.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kara on December 22, 2011
Just got a wii < 6 mo ago. My 5 year old is new to video games and controls, but loves games on my touch screen phone. This was perfect for him to start, and fun for me to help him. He loves I spy books and spooky things which in a not scary way has this feel. He cant really navigate all yet (like scrolling around a puzzle) but he's getting better.

good puzzles (even some challenging for adults)
Easy controls for kids.
Mini games within puzzles add variety. Some are adult level difficult. Others are really simple but good for kids, even asking for movement. Educational too.

Not horribly challenging for older players
Some i spy areas are kind of far away with ok graphics but not awesome. Wish you could zoom in closer to see more or a have little better detail.
Some complain this game is short, but have had it several months and not done yet. (dont play constantly) Almost thought it was done, but then it gave us all new items in each puzzle to find in order to earn mushrooms for a stew. We will see.
Bootom line- inexpensive, worth it for young children, variety for them, surely play mostly on their own once mastering controls. I plan to try "Wii ultimate I spy" for my son also. Hope its good too.
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