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Where's My Dress perplexed me at first. I thought it was going to be a girls game. The concept of picking clothes to wear appeals more to the female side of gaming than the male side of gaming. Where's My Dress has a boy character and a girl character. So we can dress a boy or a girl. Each start in their underwear as we try and find the right set of clothes for the weather.

There are four seasons in Where's My Dress. Hopefully you know all about summer, fall, winter, and spring. Each set of clothing has a symbol by it. This corresponds to the season the player is playing in. If a child gets something wrong, or forgets to put a certain piece of clothing - the game shows what they need to pick.

Once we successfully dress the child in Where's My Dress we can walk them outside. At this point we get to see an image of them outdoors in whatever weather that season is known for. Children can learn what clothes fit what kinds of weather. Where's My Dress currently costs $1.99 for the iPad.

The children in Where's My Dress have an unique look to them. They are happy when we dress them right, and unhappy when we pick the wrong attire choice. The animations are a bit choppy when they walk outside. This is a minor thing that children will not notice as they play Where's My Dress. Speaking of children.

Where's My Dress held the attention of children for a few minutes. Once they made it through all four seasons they were not that interested anymore. There are separate pictures for the girl and the boy in each of the seasons. Really young may may get into Where's My Dress. I do see girls being more interested in Where's My Dress than boys. Girls won't mind playing dress up with a little boy. Boys on the hand are another story.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 79%
Sound: 87%
Replay/Extras: 76%
Gameplay: 81%
Family Friendly Factor: 83%
System: iPad
Publisher: Thematica
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+

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