Annie's Millions

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Go on a million dollar spending spree in this engaging hidden object challenge.




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Think you could spend one million dollars? Go on a million dollar spending spree and find out in Annie's Million's for Mac, an engaging hidden object challenge! Join Annie as she tries to spend one million dollars faster, and wiser, than her cousins in a week-long challenge. If she wins, she'll inherit her Uncle's entire fortune! If she loses . . . well, shopping with a million dollars is still fun! Help Annie find the items on her shopping list in a variety of shops around town, play original mini-games to earn helpful hints, and prove she deserves her Uncle's wealth.
  • Search for Hidden Objects on a Shopping Spree
  • Explore a Wide Range of Shops and Boutiques
  • Play Original Mini-Games for Extra Hints
  • Engaging Storyline Featuring Annie and her Cousins
  • Nearly Endless Hidden Object Fun


Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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64bit SupportNo
CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU SpeedAny
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
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  1. Straightforward
    by jennifer gibson, Canada - Jul 25th 2009

    You can't help but feel like a million bucks as you play this game. What a great way to spend loads of money without feeling the effects in real life.

    Keep your eyes open for interesting objects that come alive in each scenario such as swaying balloons or trees moving in the wind. In some scenes, there will be cars racing by or clouds drifting in the background.

    The music was okay but it often became irritating after awhile.
    I wasn't all that thrilled with the comic book effect as they played the dialogue between Annie and her relatives. It essentially cheapened the overall game.

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  2. Interesting, but way, way too short
    by Mette Hedin, USA - Apr 11th 2009

    For a hidden object game, it feels a lot less "arbitrary", in that the items are in context in their locations (no finding televisions at the bottom of the ocean), and the running credit card total felt fresh. It seemed from the running total I had, like there would be a lot of time left in the game, only to find out after buying it that it only lasted about 10 minutes past the one hour free trial. In the middle of what felt like the beginnng of the game, the game took a story turn that felt like it arbitrarily ended.

    In essence, while I liked it, it is very short, has hardly any replay value, and does not feel like it is worth $20 for the amount of time played.

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