Summary: This was purchased for a 5 year old. She enjoyed it for a fair amount of time and then it has been enjoyed by a younger brother. Now 6 and 8 they don't play much, so I would reccommend 4-6 age category. As a side note at 6 and 8 they both still enjoy puzzle type games, but play Mario more now.
Summary: I enjoy the "Spot the difference" puzzles, but then there are the puzzles in between, which I don;t enjoy, And you have to complete these puzzles in order to move on to the next level, Basically, I played it twice, and haven;t picked it up since.
Summary: I play this game at work when there is nothing else to do and it makes time go by quickly. You can get lost in the various puzzles as well as the various skill levels. Once you reach each difficulty level, more puzzle options become available to play.
Summary: This is the find the difference in two photos game. If you like that sort of game, like I do, it's fun to play. The only thing I don't like is every once in a while to pass the round you have to solve this puzzle (remember the cheap puzzle toys when you were a kid where you had to slide around 15 blocks to make a picture in a 4x4 block frame), and I never liked those puzzles, even as a kid. Because of this "bonus" feature, I didn't give the game 5 stars.