Here's how to play 'Where's Waldo?' on Google Maps

Noel Cummings
April 2, 2018

For April Fools' Day, it's helping the world find Waldo, the elusive star of the Where's Waldo illustrated book series.

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All you need to do is say "Hey Google, Where's Waldo?" to begin your hunt for Wally.

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Click on that and then you'll be able to join in the Where's Waldo hunt.

Google has partnered with Waldo for April Fool's Day to allow users to play Where's Waldo.

Google Maps has always been good at tracking things down. To start, press play when you see Waldo waving at you from the side of your screen or ask "Hey Google, Where's Waldo?" via Google Assistant on your phone, Chromebook, or Home device.

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Joining him too are his iconic friends Wenda, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard and arch-nemesis Odlaw.

The search giant (as Waldo) further explains, "The fun doesn't stop there".

Once you find Waldo, you will be transported to places all around the world to search him over and over again. Warning: Where's Waldo in online form is just as addicting as the books of your childhood, so don't open unless you've got time to spare.

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