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Where's Waldo?

Ubisoft
$4.99

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  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo Wii

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ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) i
Animated Blood
Comic Mischief

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Based on the famous franchise, Where's Waldo?: The Fantastic Journey is an original interactive adventure for the whole family, as you search for the one and only Waldo and his cast of friends.
  • True-to-the original concept: Find Waldo as fast as you can in interactive maps.
  • Unlock new challenges: as you progress in the game, you unlock new items to find from new characters to unexpected and hilarious objects.
  • Split-Screen multiplayer mode for unlimited family-fun: be the first to find Waldo and his friends on the map. Prevent your competitor from finding Waldo by using special bonuses and power-ups

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Nicegamer 1 year ago

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2.0
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Mykeyd
10 years ago
My two girls (ages 6 & 9) played this for about an hour or so before they got bored with it. The split screen mode for 2 players is okay but my girls got tired of having to scroll everywhere. You can keep it on the easy mode where there is no scrolling but then it will take about a second to find the next object. This would have been a hundred times better if they kept one screen and allowed the players to point at the object, kind of like the book. Playing single mode is no better; it became so easy that my 6 yr old was bored with it after 15 minutes. Come on now, how can a game lose a child interests after 15 minutes? If you are going to buy this game go ahead and get it used or better yet at a garage sale. Either way it isn’t worth 30.00.
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