Toy Story 3: Operation Camouflage

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Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media
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Kid-friendly hidden-object puzzles with movie tie-in.

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This is a challenging, but not ridiculously tough hidden-object game.

Violence & Scariness

Main characters are toy soldiers.

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Consumerism

The game is a tie-in to the movie, Toy Story 3, and features characters and settings from that film.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Toy Story 3: Operation Camouflage is a hidden-object game set in the universe of Disney/Pixar's Toy Story movies. Here, the toy army men figures from the movie are on a "recon mission" and you need to help them find numberous objects hidden among messy settings, like Andy's room and Sunnyside Daycare.

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Is it any good?

The gorgeous visuals in TOY STORY 3: OPERATION CAMOUFLAGE are definitely Pixar-worthy. The cluttered scenes you will scour on your scavenger hunt look almost photo-realistic. And every object you're charged with finding is something that would normally appear in these settings (nothing crazy and random, like finding a sword and a shamrock in a kitchen). Kids can play with or without a timer and there's actually a story to follow as you move along, one which mirrors the plot of Toy Story 3, but presents it from the perspective of Sarge and the Army Men. Lovers of the I Spy games should adore this app as well. Some reading is involved, so kids without solid reading skills will need to play with an adult.

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