Ace Ventura Pet Detective follows the same basic plotline of most adventure games. You start out in an office (or other starting scene) and have to solve the problems presented to you, all the while searching for the missing Palmisano. As you go along, the puzzles (some interesting, some infuriatingly easy) will keep you entertained for a while, but it's the comedy that shines through from start to finish."
Don't know what a Palmisano is? Fear not - we won't spoil the surprise. But here's the gist of it: Ace finds this cat, who needs help getting home. And that's pretty much the only thing you have to keep tabs on as you play through each level. Don't mind the occasional boring bits; this is the only way Ace likes to play.
That almost sounds better than a "Deus Ex Machina" ending, doesn't it? We're guessing that, or perhaps a complex twist ending, would have sold better with the publisher than another Ace Ventura cartoon.
The instructions are a little confusing at first, as they are relegated to several smaller sub-sections that pop up whenever you're given an assignment to solve. However, the instruction manual is easy enough to understand if you have the patience to work your way through the 15 increasingly complex puzzles of the game. Not a bad puzzle game for just an hour's worth of gameplay, even if you don't know a thing about comedy cats (though we guess that's the point).
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