One of the first mini game I remember enjoyed playing was Cake Mania. I love the theme, obviously, and the non-dragging gameplay feels more manageable to me than Diner Dash, which I only master long after (combos before stress, bro). I also loved playing Go-Go Gourmet (I remember not wanting to uninstall it for the recipes) and Witch’s Brew (love the theme, I do like going fast, and amazingly there’s an ending credit soundtrack). Well, these titles might seem a little old-fashioned now, especially when there’s a game like Delicious, but I think it’s fair to say that they provide the basics.
For a pleasant scenery in hidden-object, rather than dark crime scenes, I recommend the Dream Day series. Solving fairly easy puzzles happen to give me satisfaction, too, so when it comes to it, Azada fits the bill. For more coherent puzzle solving and fun theme, however, try Witch’s Prank: Frog Fortune Platinum Edition. Overall, though, I like time management much better.
But all those games has none of the winning overall well-designed features from The Princess Bride. Fantastic theme, wonderfully illustrated graphics, variable gameplay, and whimsy soundtrack give this game the qualities fit for a game to treasure.