At first look you may think this is just a game for young kids. Young kids do enjoy it, but it is not as easy as it looks. It is essentially a seek and find game. It opens with a star that has many objects inside of it and then zooms in on one. That object becomes your game board for that round. Inside of that object are a whole bunch of smaller objects. In the upper right hand corner of the screen is a list of objects for you to find. You are being timed for this game so you want to find the objects as fast as you can.
You can pinch to zoom in and out to see things clearer or to get a broader perspective.
The graphics great and the artwork is fantastic.
This is not a super easy game. It looks easy, but that’s where they get you! They lull you into thinking its child’s play. More than once have I said, “I don’t think that object is on this one. I have searched over it 20 times already!”
The ability to zoom in is significant as you can pinch and tweak how close or far away you look at it. I usually start with a full screen scan and try to find an object or two, but always end up zooming in and scanning row by row. Even then I find it hard to believe I have missed the object I am looking for several times.
There are multiple levels and each time you clear a board you unlock a new puzzle piece. When you get all the pieces to that puzzle a new search board is available to you. If you get stuck you can get a hint. The hint is cool too, as it puts a spotlight on the area your missing object is in and slowly zooms in closer.
This is a fun game that will keep the entire family entertained (and frustrated).
Bottom line favorite things:
High level of engagement
Pinch to zoom