Paris, the city of love, surely everyone wants at least once in their life to visit this great city, and if you got a friend there, whom you are just waiting to see you get a perfect mix of the two. Grace’s Quest starts pretty normally, just like any visit to an old friend. She arranged to meet up with her classmate Chloe, in the museum Louvre, as a symbolic place as they are both art students. Just as they meet, alarm goes on and they find their self in the middle of a robbery where the thieves stolen the precious Mona Lisa, but to make the things worse, they have kidnapped Chloe and taken her as a hostage with her. After the robbery Grace decides to join the Interpol and accompany them in their investigation and search for the missing painting and her missing friend. From that moment the game play begins, where you start with your search for them. You search all over the world’s most famous museums like Madrid, Moscow, London and of course Paris. Throughout the game you will be searching for clue, that is objects that are hidden everywhere, and the game genre is pretty based on the HOG. You will be searching every area, every room every possible clue that you can find, but as you find some clues, through them you discover that there are more clues that you must also find, for which you didn’t know until that moment. To be able to continue to the next are or room, you must find ALL the items that you are given on a list, like said, which adds new items through the level. You’ll also find yourself in doubt, because you know which item you are looking for, but you don’t know how it looks like. That’s why the game has a nice touch to the items list, where after a short period of time of holding the pointer on the searched item, a silhouette appears of the wanted item which is most useful. The greatest advantage of this game is certainly the large number of the mini-games, and their variety. Most of the games give mini-games that have no connection what so ever with the game, but in this case, throughout mini-games you can find yourself from something easy like making a tea or finishing a painting, to more difficult mini-games like playing with Chloe in a attempt to escape the kidnappers. You’ll also find yourself on different crime scenes investigating them for fingerprints, or remnants of some crucial clues. All of the mini-games are skip-able if you wait for a certain period of time, but that only cripples the game from an exciting story. With a great story, solid game play, and good looks this trinity is a great combination for a sure success for a game. If you are a HOG fan, this game must be at least played as demo, to experience its fun.