Find Them All is a well-developed seek-and find animals game for toddlers and preschoolers that includes one scene (farm animals) for free. There is a second scene available for purchase (animals of Africa for $1.99) and one coming soon (animals of Oceania).
Once all the animals are found, the child can go back through the scene and take pictures that are saved in an album.
When they've had enough taking pictures, the player can tap on the sun and the game changes to "night is falling" and the child must try to find as many animals as possible before dark. Once night falls, the child has to listen to the animal sounds to try to determine what animal to find in the dark with the use of a light. Only the animals' eyes are visible without the light.
Once that is completed, the ability to turn pictures in the photo album into puzzles by shaking the device is unlocked.
When all 24 animals have been found in a scene, it unlocks the ability to print a photo/puzzle book where the funny animal bobble heads can be cut out and pasted on the animal bodies. When 12 pictures have been taken, the ability to manipulate (delete and move around) the photo book is unlocked and it can also be printed.
Whew. That's a lot of depth for a free app, or even one that costs $1.99 for two scenes. Definitely worth the download to see if you like it enough to make the additional purchases.
There were some complaints in the iTunes comments about the pronunciation being off because it's done by a girl with a French accent. (The app can also be played in French.) C'mon people, expand your child's horizons a little!