This is another one of those games that I really wish that there were a neutral rating for. It is not a bad game, but it has flaws that left me torn, and ultimately opting not to recommend it. For one, there is not much real playing time involved here, at all (though it does at least try to implement true replayability via mini games and different game modes, though over the course of the game one tends to start to learn where things are in the scenes). My total time playing it reflects a great deal of replaying after needing to restore everything on my computer, as I wanted to know what happens in the end of the game, out of simple curiousity. My assessment:
At first, the game show idea is compelling. What could be better than adding in some AI opponents to race against in a hidden object search? Yet, in this game all of your opponents were apparently dropped on their heads as children. Repeatedly. Then, even though you unlock new opponents as you progress, their level of challenge doesn't go up any. So wide is the margin with just casual play that you could pretty much put on a blindfold and play the main levels without an issue when it comes to winning against your opponents. The exception to this comes only after the main levels are completed and you play in the tournament of champions, when the level of challenge presented by the opponents seems to jump up a bit more toward what you might be expecting (or, at least what I was expecting). But, at that point, whether you'll even care anymore is anyone's guess.
The graphics and naming of objects are also a bit iffy. That is to say, while I definitely wasn't expecting much, the hidden object scenes are quite annoying to work with compared to many such games due to the almost choppy nature of the graphics (this is hard to explain, but if you look closely at the blown-up screen shots you should somewhat see what I mean) as well as the fact that items are not always named and/or depicted clearly. Something will look more like one thing while being called something else, for instance, or will be depicted in an unfamiliar fashion, thus requiring a hint or dumb luck to find.
Overall, it is an excellent original concept for a hidden object game, but it ultimately fell just a bit short of my expectations. As I said above, I'd give it a neutral rating if I could, but as I can't, I also find I cannot bring myself to recommend it.