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Scholastic I Spy Spooky Mansion Deluxe v2.0 w/I SPY Book & Bonus Mini CD-Rom
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Product Description

I Spy Spooky Mansion Deluxe 2 is a ghoulishly good time for kids! Discover a collection of intriguing picture riddles and games while locked inside a dark, mysterious house. Reveal hundreds of hidden objects and thrilling secrets as you uncover three different and surprising ways out. Decode a puzzling message, make your own ghosts, unveil a secret room, and more!

  • Brain-building games for kids 6 to 10 years old
  • Explore a dark, mysterious house while building learning skills
  • 3 different ways out of the house, each filled with spooky surprises
  • 2 fast-paced games; 7 unique ghosts to create; a secret room to discover
  • 39 riddles; special riddle tools; free I Spy book and mini-CD included

Customer Reviews:

  • Great Entertainment for kids and the adults who love them
    My five year old got this for Christmas and it immediately proved its value when we were snowed in for most of the week. The game held his interest for hours and allowed us to play together in a way that was fun for both of us.

    The basic premise is the standard I-SPY, in that you look at pictures and try to find specific items. The fun is that each puzzle is part of a greater adventure inside a beautifully rendered Haunted Mansion. The player searches a dozen areas in 5 different rooms. The goal is to find all the clues that then lead to another puzzle that allows you to escape the Haunted House.

    Each round is interesting and there are a number of verbal and visual puns that require some thought and occasional adult assistance. The drawings are well done and just spooky enough to keep it interesting. My son found the attic search to be scary enough that he wanted me to help him, so be aware of some minor scare factor.

    Even more interesting is that there are three different mysteries that get progressively more challenging, so the game can be played for some time. In total play time it took my son ( with some adult help, especially from Grandma) about 20-25 hours to play all three and then he wanted to start again. The game is somewhat complex and I would think that 5 is the low end of the age range for the game.

    Overall this is a very interesting and involving game and will give your kids hours of fun. ...more info
  • Spooky mansion
    The I Spy Spooky Mansion was our first experience with the I SPY computer games. My family and I LOVED it. My daughter is 8 and my son is 4 and we found ourselves playing the game for several hours straight. The game can be just a plain seek and find for my 4 yr old, but can bring out the logical thinking for my 8 yr old. I highly recommend this game, and I am eager to try all the I SPY games!...more info
  • Not as good as thought....
    I personally think that the huntville games are more challenging for my children than this game. I thought it would have many levels but it doesn't and my kids after a few hours had the whole game complete. The pictures we okay but the kids seem to find things easily. I was very disappointed....more info
  • I Spy games are the best, Spooky Mansion is best of series
    Both of my kids love to play with I Spy games. Spooky Mansion is probably the most fun and creative one. It is also the longest one. I highly recommend them. I hope Scholastic comes out with more I Spy games!...more info
  • typically great I Spy fare
    My seven year old son loves this game. Since Christmas, he has played it quite frequently and it will be a hit, I'm sure with his younger brothers....more info
  • I Spy Books
    I have all of the big "I Spy" books. I also have purchased some for my Granddaughter....more info
  • I Spy Spooky Mansion
    Entertaining, creepy fun! Good for ages 4 to 9, and anyone enthralled with the I Spy series....more info
  • I Spy Spooky Mansion Review
    I spy Spooky Mansion is a fun game that takes place in a haunted house. You are guided through the house by a toy skeleton. She has you play the I Spy riddles to earn puzzle pieces, ingredients, and machine parts. The goal is to escape the house. After completing an adventure, you can start again, with a different way to escape the house and different riddles to do. I think this game deserves a 5 out of 5 because of great replay value, and puzzling puzzles....more info
  • Great for 4 year olds too!
    My son is 4 years old and loves Spooky Mansion and Treasure Hunt. While they are challenging he's not frustrated and it's really a great way to introduce new words and things he's never seen before. Great memory game and helps him learn to follow directions. I highly recommend it even though it says 6-10 years old....more info
  • Highly Recommended
    My daughter has been playing all of the I Spy games since she was about 5 and she thinks they're terrific. She is now 7 and still enjoys them. We parents find them plenty clever and interesting, too. As a bonus, they work seamlessly on our Mac. ...more info
  • good game
    I got this for my 7 yr old boy and he really loves it. The only complaint I have is that he made it through the whole game pretty quickly and now has now way else to play it differently. But good game over all.
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  • Spooky fun
    I got this game for my five year old to play with his 7 year old friend. I love the I Spy DVD games - the kids really enjoy the riddles and trying to find all the hidden objects, my son is getting better at reading the clues, and both kids had a great time in the disgusting kitchen of the mansion making the Shrinking Soup. Awesome learning tool for kids and really fun for adults too (who are often asked to help when that one darned thing is TOO well hidden!)...more info