Where's Waldo? The Fantastic Journey
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this classic object-finding game is as fun for kids as ever but make sure to have it in kid mode for younger children so everything fits on one screen. Also, there are a few weird objects like severed fingers and some medieval battle scenes.
Is it any good?
This eighties classic was hardly created with the iPhone in mind, but Where's Waldo still manages to be fun to play on a tiny screen. Kids must find the famous red-and-white shirt and other objects in 12 richly illustrated worlds. There are giants, unicorns, flying carpets and, of course, hundreds of peasants engaged in epic feasts and battles. Spot animations enliven the otherwise static crowd scenes and characters offer spoken praise as kids find objects.