I really love this game because ot has no timer on any level, there not any puzzles to solve before you canmove on to the next level. I loved it before and I hope the fixes make it even better. Please come and try it you can play anywhere, and no inside anything to buy to have a advantage. I hate having to go thru a story to be able to find the objects. The only thing I was really upset with was when I wanted to quit, there was no clear quit button to use.
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If you swipe from the bottom of the screen up it should show the navigation bar with the back button.
Otherwise you can go to pause and tap the button at the top left (which is the buttons levels: the four squares)
Side-note: We're adding soon (is being released in version 2 - beige couch) a back button at the left of the game bar.
Hope it helps!
A Google user
I like the game. It doesn't have a lot of the annoying issues that other games have (ads after every single move, times when it's wonky, etc). It works well except it would be good if it were slightly less sensitive. I constantly lose part of my heart because it counts it a wrong choice when I'm just scrolling in the enlarged view. Sometimes accidentally find a "difference" the same way. I try to keep my finger on the screen while scrolling but it still gets misinterpreted by the game frequently
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I like that once you get a feeling for the kinds of things that frequently are different, you end up looking at the details more. It's also less frustrating when you're familiar with where to look first before the real hunt begins. I also REALLY like that each level has a different number of differences. I'm able to cover the number I should look for with one thumb because it's a good feeling when you can say "oh, well that was easy" *or* "okay, okay, look harder... you can do this."
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