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Sep 06, 2021
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Whoowasit? has been nominated in the categories „Bestes Kinderspiel“ (best game for kids) and “Bestes Familienspiel” (best game for families) for the “Deutscher Entwicklerpreis” (German Developers-Award). Winner of the GIGA Maus 2012 as "Das beste Spiel" (the best game) in the category family Award winner: - GIGA-Maus 2012 (the best game/family category) - Disney FamilyFun Toy of the Year 2011 - Creative Child Magazine Game of the Year 2011 - The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval 2011 - Children's Game of the Year 2008 4/5 – “This is a great app if you have children, I would certainly recommend picking it up. […] The production value is so amazing it may just be worth checking out anyway.” The “Children’s game of the year 2008” from Ravensburger now available on your iDevice “Whoowasit?” is the digital adaptation of the “Children’s game of the Year 2008” by the successful author Reiner Knizia. Now the fun tactical adventure full of mystery and magic is finally available on iPhone and iPad! The king’s castle is in danger! The evil wizard has been seen near the kingdom. Only the king’s magical ring can protect the castle, but it has disappeared. Can you find the thief? The children of the castle are the last hope. The animals have seen the thief: they want to help to catch him in order to get back the ring, and only the children can talk to them and understand them. A sharp eye and deduction skills are needed to solve this puzzle, as only together can the children track down the thief! Careful thinking, strong team play and working closely together are necessary for the small detectives to reach their goal. But watch out for the ghost! Can the kingdom be saved on time from the evil magician? Features: ► Digital adaptation of the “Children’s game of the Year 2008”. ► By the successful author Reiner Knizia. ► Interactive tutorial to easily start playing. ► Full Retina support on iPhone and iPad! ► Teamwork, tactics and powerful deduction skills are necessary to find the thief on time! ► Search the castle, speak with the animals, open secret doors and find the magical ring. ► Play with up to 4 players at the same time on the same iDevice. Work together to save the kingdom! ► Chest mode: use your iDevice with the original “Whoowhasit” board game! ► No need to assemble: simply start the application to enter the magic world! And best of all: no need to put away the game once you have finished playing.

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M hodges
Aug 19, 2018

Hands down the best Cooperative Board Game in the whole App Store. It has been played dozens of times over the last three years and still gets picked on rainy days over newer games. Great fun for kids and adults. Hoping for Ravensburger to make more apps, especially ones like this and older board games like Enchanted Forest.

Jolly Roger 1
Dec 31, 2017

My 11-year old daughter and I (Dad) LOVE this game! This game is great for adults too. Please add MULTIPLAYER ONLINE through Game Center with audio and text CHAT (to cooperate and work together as a team), including turn-based and synchronous multiplayer options. I love that this game is cooperative, as opposed to competitive. In other words, all the players work together to save the kingdom. I sometimes play this game by myself! What a great game! This is one of my favorite cooperative board games. For a very difficult cooperative board game, check out Ghost Stories. There is constant excitement in the game because you need to talk to animals to find clues as to what the thief looks like, but, to do so, you need to find the fruit that the particular animal eats...and this changes each game! And, each game, the fruit is hidden in different rooms! All the while, a ghost floats from room to room and the clock is clicking down to 6 o'clock...the time by when you need to have found the stolen ring. The ring is hidden in a chest and there are chests in each room with a character's face on it...learn who the thief is after speaking to the animals for clues and then open the chest with that person's picture on it! There are secret doors, traps, a raven that steals your food items, magic, fairies, nice animations, great graphics, excitement and tension, laughter and nice voice-overs for the talking animals. There are three different difficulties and there are (I believe) 10 rings to collect. There are also game achievements that you unlock. There is SO much to this fantastic game! I can't say enough good things about it. Whether you are with friends or family, you'll best best be served by working TOGETHER. Work together in searching for food, talking to animals, finding keys, unlocking doors and finding secret switches. It truly makes working together something that brings people together and to enjoy the time in doing so. My wife and daughter liked it so much that they each downloaded it on their iPads also in case they wanted to play and no one else was around. If you're alone, you can play with computer characters on your team and/or you can control more than one character (up to four). Even the interface is brilliant. For example, if there are four players around the iPad, you can select an option where the BOARD turns to face the player whose turn it spinning of the iPad is necessary! I honestly don't know why this game isn't in the top of the top charts...this game is great! The game itself is sheer genius, and the app delivers the board game faithfully and does so fantastically. A marketing suggestion to the developers is to NOT categorize this as a game for 6 to 8 year olds! This game is challenging for older kids and adults. Perhaps people avoid this thinking it's a "kid's game" when it clearly is not just for kids. In any case, I'm sure other families would enjoy this game as much as ours, so I hope the product becomes more discovered than what it is currently.

Sep 14, 2017

My daughter loved the game so much she was always asking if we could take it with us for days out. This solves the problem. She can now play it anywhere. I do wish the ghost and fairy would be more random. I know off by heart what order they're going to say things now. Other than that it's great.

Feb 27, 2018

The gameplay is smooth although quite slow. None of the characters are people of color. I would like to see other races included for the playable characters.

Oct 10, 2013

I originally bought the board game for my 3 nieces ages 5-12 and they loved it! Then when they saw this we played it several times and it is even better! True to the original, yet more entertaining and no cheating ;). Great job Ravensberger, looking for Enchanted Forest next. LOVE Scotland Yard!

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About Whoowasit?

Developed by Ravensburger Verlag GmbH.

Whoowasit? is ranking in   Games & Board & Family

Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 1.7.1.

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Whoowasit? have a 5a user reviews.

Whoowasit? was released in the App Store. It is developed by Ravensburger Verlag GmbH, who have also released the following apps.

Whoowasit? has 5 user reviews.​

Whoowasit? has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of Whoowasit? 1.7.1​ ​​was ​released on Sep 06, 2021​.

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