The Great Gatsby
does a great job of not only producing a good, all-around hidden object game, but it also brings in a few other mini-games and
it sticks closely to the original text to boot. When the game came in, I wasn't sure how well I was going to be able to talk about the similarities between the book and the game since I hadn't read that Fitzgerald story since early high school. But as the actors started going through the script, I began to remember a lot more of the book than I realized. As a result, The Great Gatsby
is not only an entertaining game, but a good learning tool as well.
Pretty much any casual gamer with an interest in hidden object adventures will want to try out the demo of The Great Gatsby, that's a given, but even high schoolers who don't typically partake of this particular game style should find it a rewarding experience, especially if they have to read the book recently. I'm not saying this game is a substitute for reading the book by any means, but it is a good way to reinforce the story and characters and help make the overall experience stick for any upcoming tests.