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Aha! I Found It Coming to NA January 25th

Posted by Corbie Dillard

Quirky Japanese WiiWare title comes stateside.

Ateam Inc have just announced that their hit Japanese WiiWare game Aha! I Found It will be released on the North American WiiWare service on January 25th for 500 Wii Points.

A MULTIPLAYER HIDDEN OBJECT GAME FOR EVERYONE

"Aha! I Found It!" Hidden Object Game is a game that everyone can have fun with. Do your best and try to find 12 particular items among a crowd of objects onscreen as fast as you can! From big fish to tiny earrings. Easy to find items to very well hidden items. Lots of items and lots of fun can be found in this hidden object game!

Also, unlike most other hidden object games, play along with friends and family and compete to see who is best at finding the hidden objects in each stage (Up to 4 players). With simple controls it is easy for everyone, from kids to adults, to learn how to play right away!

PLENTY OF GAMING GOODNESS FOR 500 Wii Points

With 10 stages in all and over 277 different items there is plenty of searching fun to enjoy! Also, with many items changing position each time you play, you can enjoy each stage again and again!

We'll keep you posted on any new information as it becomes available and we'll have a full review of the game shortly after its release.

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User Comments (7)

grenworthshero

#1

grenworthshero said:

sounds fairly fun, and for 500 points, there's a small chance I'll pick it up, but I tend to be very picky with my Wiiware purchases.

Sneaker13

#2

Sneaker13 said:

I loved Aha! I Got It!. But that was a real adventure. I'm not so keen on Hidden Object games. I would be more inclined to buy The Mystery of Whiterock Castle.

Porky

#3

Porky said:

If I buy this then my gut tells me to buy the first one so Ill pass.

Sneaker13

#4

Sneaker13 said:

I don't know about that Ezekiel. The only reference in the screens so far is the small image of Milo in the aliens main frame. But judging from the other screens is doesn't look like it's related to Aha! I Got It!

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