I really like the idea of the life of George game. The "photo album" opens up, I tap on a picture, and I am racing against the clock to build a Lego model, which is supposed to be scored on accuracy and speed of build. In reality, after I build my model, I have to use my iPod touch to take a picture of the model. If the picture isn't just right, or there's too much glare, or it's blurry, or the white pieces don't show up, I get a low score and have to delete the picture and rebuild another model to change my score. I rebuilt one picture in the photo album at least ten times because my perfectly created Lego design was not photographed correctly. I can't imagine how frustrating this could be to a child. Like I said, the concept is fantastic - I bought my iPod specifically for this game, since I love Legos. But the picture-taking issue has frustrated me so much, I barely play the game.