When it comes to search-and-find games, Where
Anyone who has seen a Where
I was also pleasantly surprised by the music and voice effects in the game. The level introductions are fully voiced, and the characters will chime in with feedback from time to time. The music is interesting, appropriate to the theme of each scene, and yet subtle enough that it doesn
The Wiimote works just fine as a pointer, and the game is somewhat forgiving if you click near (but not exactly on) the item you
As you might expect from a Where
Sadly, the game is a disappointment on the value and replayability end of things. Interestingly, I
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