This game is pretty much like the I-Spy books. There's random objects cluttered on a still background image, and they ask you to find 10 of the items by clicking on them.
The items stay the same place in every map/location but everytime you replay it they ask you for different things.
You're given a 12-15 minute time limit on each run, randomly clicking 4+ times gives you a point/score penalty.
You get a score multiplyer by clicking the objects you're looking for sequentially, so taking the time to observe multiple targets rather than clicking on everyone you find is key if you want more points.
Although you can pause the game which doesn't block the image so you can continue search for the items without worrying about the timer.
There's a Hint button as well, which points out a general location where an item you haven't found is, which costs $4,000, while every item you find (on it's own) gives you $2,000 so you don't loose too much.
Sometimes a hint is really needed when the item it asks for like 33 RPM really means a vynyl recond, like 33, okay but why the RPM that confused me? As well and other items they vaguely put up that has mutiple meanings for.
There's also different puzzle solving than the I-Spy kind, like a match game, a Spot-The-Difference game, and a puzzle piece game which adds to a good change.
There's a golden scarab per stage and if you find all 21, then beat the game, you can replay any mission without having a time limit.
But beating the game requires you to play the SAME damn maps at least 10 times over, which gets really repetitive... so I ended up quitting after spending the amount of time I did on it and only getting 8/20 "stages" done although I played around 35 "levels".
I would highly reccomend this game if you love the I-Spy books, and it's great for when you're bored and have nothing else to do!