i agree with what another reviewer said...it starts out fun but soon gets too hard UNLESS YOU BUY WITH REAL MONEY the things that keep you in the game. i tried for an entire evening to find all the objects in a scene, over and over and ...on and on...until i got so frustrated i just quit. on a kindle i can't even SEE half the things, which brings me to my next complaint - terms that identify the items you are looking for. first, again, you are playing on this tiny screen. you can't call a shot gun a rifle, just like you can't call a rifle a handgun or a machine gun a rifle, but they do. so you are looking for these items that have a general descriptor when it's a specifically drawn item. in the other game i play - they call a soccer ball & football a "ball". the word listed is "rifle" when it's a picture of a "machine gun". technicalities aside, making you spend actual money to have any fun in the game is not good. i'm already wishing i hadn't started playing because the only time i have fun is by spending money. the other way is boring. they don't have enough "give aways". they don't have ways to earn what you really need to play the game. either energy or coin or diamonds, whatever the game calls for. now that's i've admitted i spend my hard earned money on a stupid game, i'm going to delete them and look for ones that do not require real money to achieve levels and progress in the game.