By Alexandre Minard
Kids 5 to 9 will have fun finding the differences in 13 different scenes. With 3 levels of difficulties for each scene, there is a challenge for everyone. Your child will develop his or her visual skills and their sense of observation while playing this game. The 3 last scenes can be unlocked by finishing the 10 first scenes at difficulty level 1 2 and 3. The first 2 scenes are free, the next ones can be bought inside the game. This game is part of our collection of educative and educational games "Learning is fun". Visit our web site for more info http://ar-entertainment.net/learning/ or http://ar-entertainment.net/learning/ipad.html
I purchased this game for my grandson, and he loves it. The problem is that once we close the game, all the levels are reset to the beginning. No records of the levels he completed remains, and that is very frustrating for him!
Only gives u 2 levels dont waste your time
Don't waist your time getting this app.. This is not a full version.. Should state "lite" next to the name but with suckers like myself they are getting us left and right.. Skip it..
Doesn't even work correctly. Literally the first level isn't solvable as my kids are touching the areas on the screen it says to, but it doesn't work. No QA done on this poorly made game.
It is not fair that we have to pay for levels really you only give us 2levels it said free at the app store they shouldn't make us pay when it says free don't install this app
sometimes it is a little too hard actually...i have been stumped on a few of the beginning levels and this makes it a little boring for the kids. Not one that they like to come back to very often. Which apparently is a good thing since it seems there is an issue with the in app purchase.......... (not a big fan of the in app purchase myself)
I bought the pack of 11 additional levels on my iphone but I have to buy them again for the Ipad? Not cool. let me know if I need to do something else to transfer in game purchase to the Ipad? or I am done supporting this developer
Only gives 2 levels for free, and then if you let your kid play to the third one they will have to make a purchase. It's not that much, but fair warning -- this game is packed with hidden in-app purchases like this. If you wanted a free game for your kids, this isn't it!
This isn't the right thing to do, dude. You steal my money using my little sister!!! Don't buy it, especially for your children. The in-app purchase definitely disagree with apple's policy!!!
Doesn't use the official in app purchase methods. You have to pay to advance levels which in not disclosed in the description. Beware people, turn off your "in app purchase" mode in your device settings. This will insure that you have to enable that setting for in app purchases and to prevent your children from making any accidental purchases without your knowledge.