5 stars for Disney appeal - Who wouldn't like Disney figures? My kids got excited and fell in love with the appearance of the game at the first sight. 5 stars for the design of the game rules - The game is similar to BusyTown, but it involves longer path to the destination, the castle. It ties the story, Cinderella, to the game very well. Players need to arrive at the castle before the clock strikes 12. 3 stars for the design of the game elements - The quantity of each object to be found is limited. Therefore, it does not really create an excitement when the players spin on the Mickey. 2 stars for the graphic design - The objects to be found are drawn very small and difficult to find. The printed images are not sharp. 2 stars for design to promote success - A good game for children challenges their skills as well as promote success. Especially when it is an cooperative game, the longer path to the castle and the difficulty to spot the items on the board hinder the success rate.
When the kids were presented with the choice of "World of Disney Eye Found It" and "BusyTown", they chose the Disney version at first, but after a couple of times playing the Disney one, they have switched to BusyTown.