Is there really a penny in every Find It hidden object game?
We do put a real penny in every game? If your having trouble finding it, try this, it may help.
Hold the game down by your side and shake it really fast end to end. (think centrifugal force). The pellets in the middle of the tube will begin to separate to create a cavity and the penny will begin to rise. Then hold the game horizontally and slowly rotate the cylinder over, keeping an eye out for the penny. This is the best way we have found to see that illusive penny, but is not a guaranteed one. It is just plain hard! Good luck and be sure to register online once you find it!
How come I can't find some of the items?
In the Find It hidden object game the metal objects are the most difficult to surface because of their weight. While other things blend in with the colors of the pellets and can be tough to spot. Note that pictures of certain items are mounted onto metal disks which would cause those items to also be more difficult to find. Try the method suggested above for finding the hidden penny and see what comes to the surface! We suggest you to try a little longer to find the item, or hand it to someone else and they might even find it for you. We've made some of the FInd It hidden object games harder on purpose. The items are put in there by hand, so it could be possible that something had been missed, but it is a very rare occurrence. Human error is of a course a possibility, as a last resort please contact customer service and someone will assist you.
Are there any additional ways to play the Find It hidden object game?
Absolutely! Check out our Ways To Play page to find new and exciting ways to play Find It!
If my Find It hidden object game is defective, how can I return or exchange it?
All you need to do is contact firstname.lastname@example.org and get prior approval to return and/or replace a defective game.
Where can I obtain additional check off pads?
You can print additional copies of our check off pads for any version of our games by clicking here.