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|The Incredible Paper Chase|
|Published||October 13, 2009|
|Scenes|| The Castle Siege|
The Jurassic Games
The Great Retreat
Muddy Swampy Jungle Game
What a Dog Fight!
The Beat of the Drums
The Great Escape
The Enormous Party
The Wacky Waldo Circus
|Characters||Waldo, Woof, Wenda, Wizard Whitebeard, Odlaw and the Waldo Watchers|
|Objects||Odlaw's Binoculars, Wizard Whitebeard's Scroll, Wenda's Camera, Woof's Bone, Waldo's Key, Piece of Paper|
|Preceded by||The Great Picture Hunt! (2006)|
|Followed by||The Spectacular Poster Book! (2010)|
Where's Waldo?: The Incredible Paper Chase is a Where's Waldo? book which was released in 2009.
In this book, fans follow Waldo through more astounding scenes, each containing a hard-to-find piece of paper torn from his sketchpad. The book includes an exciting parade, a confounding maze, a tricky spot-the-difference challenge, and other puzzles. The book also recycles features from the long out-of-print Ultimate Fun Book including the Muddy Swampy Jungle Game with press-out counters and tongue-twisting forfeit cards, plus the press-out circus scene.
- “The Castle Siege” first appeared in The Magnificent Poster Book and was later reprinted in Fighting Knights: a Where's Waldo Fun Fact Book.
- "The Jurassic Games" is the only new scene made for this book.
- “Picture This” originally appeared in The Magnificent Poster Book as "The Old Friends"
- “The Great Retreat” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book, but it was black and white. It has been colorized for this edition.
- “Muddy Swampy Jungle Game” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book with the same name
- “What a Dog Fight!” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “Ding-Dong! What a Dog Fight!”
- “The Beat of the Drums” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book with the same name. The original had middle eastern men carrying spears, wearing turbans and marching in a parade. They have all been replaced with white people in colonial attire to make it less offensive.
- “The Great Escape” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “O, What a Lovely Maze”
- “The Enormous Party” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “A Message From a Megastar”
- "The Wacky Waldo Circus" originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “The Wild and Wacky Waldo-Fun-Show”