No ads! No timer! No pressure! Most relaxing hidden objects game. Very cute and interactive. Lots of variety. Hints are optional and helpful. You can still progress even if you don't find everything. Map editor is addicting, and you can play other player's maps. Worth $3 for sure, and you can purchase other world modes for under $3 if you finish the (already extensive) story mode.
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Overall a fun game with a very cute art style. Haven't looked much into the map editor as it seems complicated/difficult on a phone screen, but the story mode is fun. I like the free hints they give for each item, but it sometimes it still isn't enough as they are sometimes incredibly vague or the objects are insanely small. Still, it's a nice hyperfixation game for a little while.
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It's excellent, really a lot of fun, but I have to give it 3-3.5 stars because of the painful flaws in the level editor. That's what is really going to give the game longevity and keep people coming back, but making levels on a phone is absolute hair-pulling misery. If you try to press a button overlay, you'll tap and move the objects you've placed in the scene. Trying to effectively place and stack tiny objects..and that's like nearly everything in the game...is clumsy at best with your fingers. The first issue is unforgivable, it's just sloppy UI that feels untested thoroughly. For the second issue, you should be able to do something like lock items or work with layers that you could either lock or toggle visibility of. If the level editor saw some improvements this would easily be a 4 or 5 star game.
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