Summary: Out of the 12 stars given to this review so far, there are as many 1 star reviews as there are 5 star reviews; 3. A quarter of the reviews so far are one star reviews. These are not good ratios for any product on an amazon review. Optimally the 5 star reviews should overwhelm the 1 star reviews.
Summary: My eight year old grandson asked for this game to play on his Nintendo DS. As the title says, he likes it, and that's all that matters to me. He popped it into his DS, and it made him happy! He likes the Waldo stuff.
Summary: It is a great game in theory but I just spent $[...] for one short evening of play. BOO. It was a fun blast-from-the-past with the waldo pictures but it was not hard at all and I went through the whole game in a few short hours. BORING! Don't spend the money.
Summary: The game is too easy to solve. I solved it in 2 hours. And i mean all of it every extra and everything. There is not alot of content. It is overkill and repetitious on going back to the same places over and over again. Just don't wast your money the books are better.
Wheres Waldo? Why there he is, right in your face.
Micheal Hunt, Amazon
5 January 2010
Summary: This game does not work well at all on a D.S. Not the way they have designed this game anyway. Remember when you'd open a Waldo book and there was two big pages of a land drawn out with all this goofy stuff happening... well, how do you put such a big picture layout on such a small screen?