In the Lalaloopsy Tinies game, lots of tinies will crowd the screen, milling in and out in a disorderly fashion. You earn points by finding as many Lalaloopsy Tinies as you can in one minute. You can earn bonus time by finding the requested Lalaloopsy Tiny quickly. I’m fairly certain the clock was stopped while they displayed which Lalaloopsy Tiny you were supposed to find next, which made them easier to spot quickly if they were already on the screen.
After you earn certain amounts of points, new events will happen in the game. At the 5000 point mark, the Lalaloopsy Tinies lined up at the bottom of the screen and Bea’s school bus came to pick some of them up. After that, the Lalaloopsy Tinies requests got more specific. Instead of just finding Jewel Sparkles, you might have to find Jewel specifically in a long dress, with other types of incorrect Jewels walking around to confuse you.
After I earned 20,000 points, the background changed and Lalaloopsy Tinies started to float by on chunks of ice in the arctic. I made it to 20,294 points before Times Up! was called.
After each game, the Lalaloopsy Tinies that you collected will go into your game collection record, where you can view each Tiny, their name, their number, and when you acquired them. Your iPhone, iPad, or computer will remember your collection (you probably need cookies enabled for the computer version to work).
I didn’t play for long, but I like the Lalaloopsy Tinies game and I think younger Lalaloopsy obsessed children would absolutely love it. For something so cute and simple, there are a lot of features included. Remembering your collection of Tinies and changing the scene as you earn more points are both great additions to the game.