Big City Adventures - San Francisco is the kind of game for those who really enjoy hidden object puzzle games without having to spend hours trying to solve the puzzles. However, if you're not a fan of this genre, there's little likelihood that this adventure game will do anything that will completely change your view on the genre. Varying Levels of Difficulty
The story revolves around a young girl who stumbles across several dead bodies in the sewers of her city. They have mysterious symbols carved into their skin, and although she doesn't understand what they mean, she still assumes that they may have been put there by demons or the dead. With help from an unknown person, she uncovers the truth of these symbols and why she is seeing them. While solving puzzles and exploring a city under constant construction, she also has to solve puzzles, avoid being caught by the police, fight enemies, and use every object and device that she encounters to her advantage.
Big City Adventures - San Francisco features some pretty outstanding graphics. There are a number of different settings, each with their own visual style that really brings the game to life. The environments are vibrant and detailed, and although there are a few examples of cartoonish violence, I don't think they detract from the overall quality of the game. In my opinion, it's one of the best hidden object adventure games on the market - I loved it.