Ways To Play

With the Find It hidden object games there are multiple ways to play. Anytime is a good time to look for the hidden objects within the multitude of colorful plastic pellets. You can even play at night with our new Starry Night Find It hidden object game!

Find It is great for all ages to play, together as a family, with your friends, or by yourself. If you have found a new way to play the Find It hidden object game please let us know. We are always looking for good input!

Are there any additional ways to play the Find It hidden object game?

  • Time yourself to see how long it takes to find all the items
  • Find the letters alphabetically (Kids & Deluxe versions)
  • Spell words or practice for a spelling test with your kids
  • Find the objects alphabetically
  • Look up and find fun facts of all the animals (Zoo, Beach & Bird versions)
  • Write a story with the objects you find in 5 minutes in the order you found them

Other ways to play the Find It hidden object game

Speed Rounds: As a family game, or by yourself you can use a timer to increase challenge and see how many items you can find in 30 seconds or other amounts of time. Speed rounds create a exciting sense of intensity, and entertainment, but remember when you hear the buzzer, time is up. When played as a party game with a group of people this mode is great fun!

Rewards: Assign each item a monetary amount (or use a point system) and see how many items you can find within 60 seconds.  Penny is the hardest to find so it could be 25 points and say 10 points for the top hat and 5 points for other items. Have someone in your family keep track on a piece of paper and see who can score the most! This also is recommended as a family game or party game style of play.

Story Time: In "Story Time" game mode everyone can take turns telling a story tied to each item they find.  At the end whoever remembers the most about someones story wins. This can help you get to know your friends or family much better! Story time game mode is also a great way to use the Find It hidden object game to create good fun conversations.

Find the Letter: With your family or friends write down a letter and see how many items you can find that start with that letter. It's important to have some time frame on this game type as well.