For the creation of the game, I did the easy stuff: found pictures that helped Claudia tell the Enemies of the Cross story and wrote a synopsis of each picture so that the game player would enjoy the interactive version of the Enemies of the Cross book.
Allison Strawn (my daughter) pitched in and read the book's synopsis and narrated the story all the way through the game. *Of course, this makes the game even more special to me. ❤
Claudia did the heavy lifting by taking the images I provided and working her magic until they were intriguing and filled with hidden objects. It took weeks for her to get this game up and running. I truly hope that it sells well enough for her hard work to pay off. For that to happen, she needs as many people as possible to buy a game and then to leave a glowing review. Let's see if we can make that happen.
Amazon link: Hidden Object - Enemies
Barnes and Noble Link: Hidden Object - Enemies
My Review: You don't have to take my word for this. My nine-year old son (fresh off his X-box) grabbed the Kindle from me and played this game on a car ride, at a restaurant, and on the ride home. While he played, he was oblivious to the rest of the world. He was absolutely fixated on finding the objects (that Claudia masterfully hides - some quick and easy... others not so much). I've paid way more than $0.99 on games that have only barely entertained him before they were tossed into a game sleeve never to be pulled out again. What I'm saying here is for the price and quality, you can't go wrong.
On a final note: If you enter to win the Left (Still Standing, #1) Kindle Fire Giveaway, you will also get one of each of Claudia's book apps to go along with it. Don't forget to enter!
· Follow "Enemies" as narrated by the Author's daughter!
· 15 Beautiful scenes by Phatpuppy
· 3 Modes of Play
· 3 Ways to find items
· 50% off launch sale!