Just when you thought everyone was reunited for a good time in the forest, Tappy and some of his friends went missing! We cannot get this party started without all of our friends together, right? Let’s find them and get the fun to begin!
The forest might look a bit chaotic at a first look, but you were the one requested for this mission, so pay attention at the missing characters and objects and tap the screen as soon as you find them.
There are hidden objects and characters all over the maps you’re about to explore, so watch out for everything. You can also ask for hints if you’re having trouble with the scene you are investigating, don’t worry!
FEATURES • Classic hidden object gameplay • More than 240 characters to find • Beautiful illustrations and cute cartoon characters • Challenging gameplay for hours of entertainment • Hints and shuffle features • Big and amazing maps to explore
An amazing educational game where kids will learn and have fun!
"A great way to bond with your children while they learn and play. Highly recommended." “This is a winner. Incredibly educational and beautifully illustrated, a must have.”
I have always been of the firm opinion that Richard Scary and his children's books were the inadvertent progenitors of WHERE'S WALDO? and the Hidden Objects game genre. I mean, what kid doesn't scan each page, looking for that lil worm and his one red shoe (and I always wonder how the heck he drove a car with no hands... must be a Florida driver).
WHERE'S TAPPY? follows in a similar idea, a cutsey kid-orientated hidden object with a mascot called Tappy. Another minimal permission game with
USB Access (game needs to be manually moved to external storage)
Network Access (FB link and an Other Games link that actually loads in the Amazon Website inside the game, requiring you to sign in your account as it obviously doesn't share your browser cookies. I admit I am rather leery of that setup as my Spidie Security Senses tingle at hypothetical account information theft. So play it safe, and just go to Amazon via your OWN browser, okay?)
The main menu is rather nice with a 3D-esque design. FB, that unsettling More Games, and Settings on the left, and Play with a tappable Tappy (and as far as I got, the only time I got to tap the varmint). The game does back-key out cleanly from any screen with an autosave of game progression. As for the music..... ever hear a children's show theme, over and over and over and... Ya. Track variety would have been a huge plus; with the single happy fun fun, drive-us-insane refrain in infinite loop, I muted the "music" after about 5 minutes.
As for the game, it is one MEGA picture you have to pan about to find one of the three characters on the right then tap, ~jingle~ , and the found character is replaced with another. This is the only picture as far as I can tell. I found like 10 some characters and was at like 5% completion. Yes, 5%. Nor does it help that the color pallet for the picture tries too hard for kiddie vibrancy (that orangish-brown was literally starting to give me a headache). After panning back and forth for a short while in blessed but dull silence, grimacing at the color contrasts, peering at the tiny completion increase per found character, realizing this is where all the Evil Waldos must go after they get the book closed on them, I exited the game, never to return.
This may keep a tyke occupied for a car trip, and the mindless music, boring interface, and pointless gameplay won't be an issue for kids, 3 to 7 years. I guarantee, however, that you will have your child mute that music in lieu of the radio in no time flat.
Cute app. Only one level though, and as others have said, many similarities between the characters. There is nothing to help you sort out the fact that there are no directions. Repetitive music. Only one level, it then asks you if you want to restart. NO!
I enjoyed this finding item puzzle. My husband and I raced to the finish. This is a great memory stimulating exercise for the brain. I was excited about the next level but alas when I finished there was not another level, but you could start the same one over again. I didn't want to do that..so I guess I will just go back to my jigsaw puzzle app. I hope they make more levels in the near future.
I like this game because it's like a treasure hunt and I love treasure hunts and when the levels get harder you have to think harder and there is much more to say but I love this game so so much and I play it almost every day NOW even though I just got the game I love it thank you for reading my rate bye bye...!!!
I see a lot of people talking down about this game and I don't understand it. I think it's a fantastic game and the music is very catchy it's very easy to get in a happy mode from this game and I've had other people want the game just for the music. I give it a 5 star no questions asked.