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Disney: Eye Found It!

| Published: 2013
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The jumbo game board is rich with whimsical artwork and favorite Disney characters, making this game a family favorite. Join Mickey Mouse and friends on an exciting race through 12 exquisitely illustrated Disney realms, from Radiator Springs and Alice’s Wonderland to Peter Pan’s Never Land and Pooh’s Hundred Acre Wood. Throughout the race, everyone searches for iconic Disney objects...and gets a chance to say, “I found it!”

Disney: Eye Found It! gameplay
images © Wonder Forge

Promotes:

  • Cooperation and teamwork
  • Observation skills and attention to detail
  • Reinforces object identification and matching skills

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“I’m biased, but kids aren’t and they love it.”

I worked on the game (did the preliminary artwork and layout — all six feet of it), so I’m biased, but kids don’t have that angle and they love it. Truth, cross my heart and hope to bash my knee.

The board itself is an instant draw, like a giant Where’s Whats-his-name filled with 12 different Disney worlds. Each world has hundreds of tiny things for players to find, called for throughout the game by the deck of cards. For the most die-hard of Disney Parks fans, I made sure there were plenty of “hidden mickeys” throughout — I challenge you to find and post your favorites here!

Gameplay is cooperative, making it a great game for families with kids of different ages and skill levels. The parameters for what counts in the picture searches is subjective, so it can lead to some great creative reasoning (in play testing it, I once watched a 3-year-old girl circle Sulley from Monsters, Inc. as a cat, on the well-argued grounds that Boo calls him “Kitty”) and a player-friendly balance that keeps young kids really happy.

WonderForge has also expanded the Eye Found It games line with a Card Game version of Disney Eye Found It, a DreamWorks Animation version, and a Time Travel edition.

 

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