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This multi-leveled game provides fun challenges for children of all ages. Lola will help teach object and word association, vocabulary, and shape recognition. Each level of difficulty is catered to specific age ranges.

Start your journey in Hawaii, collecting souvenirs and coins from each completed task and use those to unlock additional exotic locations. Find a fan in Japan, or a lantern in Yellowstone. Maybe even a lizard in Egypt! Each locale is beautifully animated with ample visual and spoken instruction and a unique catchy soundtrack.

Key Features:
- Find hundreds of hidden objects from around the world
- Three difficulty levels for children ages three and eight years old
- High-quality graphics and animation
- Spoken and easy to understand instructions
- No in-app purchases - Unlock new locations as achievements are met!
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