Simajo: The Travel Mystery Game

  • Immersive atmosphere
  • Unique gameplay
  • Escape from Simajo!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 800 Mhz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 239

Review for game: Simajo: The Travel Mystery Game

A young man has been trapped inside of a strange box, and needs your help to solve the perplexing puzzles and escape the Simajo world! After discovering a mysterious board game inside of an abandoned house, our hero is sucked into the game and must now explore a strange world with the help of Mr. Guide. Use your Hidden Object skills to finish the mysterious board game and return home!


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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

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Simajo: The Travel Mystery Game
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Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

A young man has been trapped inside of a strange box, and needs your help to solve puzzles and escape the Simajo world!

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Simajo: The Travel Mystery Game game play Simajo: The Travel Mystery Game game play

Nice, Lazy Game

Okay, so this game is super easy to play. I like the fact children can play this game. This a game to play to unwind from a hard day without a lot of thinking. I recommend this game for those who need something a little silly and stress free.

entertaining variety puzzle game

Play different games in beautiful settings. You can go through and play each puzzle consecutively in chain mode or take your chances like a game board in dice mode. Never dull. Play HO, find the difference, matching, match-3, swap jigsaw and flip jigsaws plus answer trivia questions, word jumbles and more. Everything is skippable and there are unlimited rapidly recharging hints

bored of the board game!

I downloaded this thinking that it would be something different, and a new 'board game' they got the 'bored' bit right, only played around 30 minutes, then stopped. I played the board game version and apart from nearly always rolling a three, I don't see why they needed to be this version as usually on a board game the markers on the board indicated something different, these didn't so I don't know whether the game would have played the same mini-games if you landed on the same spot when played again (quite frankly I couldn't be bothered to find out), the games were the usual mix of HO, spot the difference, 'block-slide' etc,and these were good (though sometimes the HO were a bit obscure. The negatives though were that with unlimited hints and skips, there needn't have been a challenge to the game, and English was obviously not the developers first language as some of the grammar and wording were very suspect. These two flaws unfortunately brought to an end any chance of me purchasing the game. Different yes but probably not for the right reasons.

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