Where in the World is Mono Lisa
the World is Mono Lisa is a free app on the iPad. Unlike most free apps
I did not run into annoying advertisements or requests to purchase
content. Which is awesome for a learning game that spans the entire
world. There is one concern I have with this app that I will get into in
the next paragraph.
The camera in Where in the World is Mono Lisa likes to swing around in a way that made me sick. I got dizzy and felt like I was going to lose my lunch. Which is really strange because this is a first for me. My way around this was to never stop moving and try to go in a straight line as long as possible.
The graphics in Where in the World is Mono Lisa look like an older Personal Computer game. I know other game developers have been porting over PC games, so it would not surprise me to find out Where in the World is Mono Lisa was originally designed for the PC/MAC platforms.
Kids can learn some neat things about various locales around the world. This is the best part of Where in the World is Mono Lisa in my opinion. Kids can also talk to various characters to get clues on the mystery of where the Mono Lisa is.
The hardest part of Where in the World is Mono Lisa is running around the areas collecting the gems. Why? That camera got me in almost every single area. Once the player collects enough gems they can move to another country in the world.
The music is one of the best parts of Where in the World is Mono Lisa. Everyone here at Family Friendly Gaming enjoyed listening to the tunes in Where in the World is Mono Lisa. They are upbeat, happy, positive, and worth the price - which just happens to be free.
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
Rating: Rating: ‘4+’ for 4+
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