‘Where’s Wally’ has coronavirus makeover

Clay Bennet, a renowned cartoonist, created Where's Waldo (Wally) Social Distancing Edition (Twitter)

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Beloved puzzle book “Where’s Wally” (“Where’s Waldo” in the U.S.) is keeping up with the times with a brand new “Coronavirus Edition.”

Artists Clay Bennet and Pedro Mezzini took to the Internet to create a new Wally, which was met with enthusiastic responses from online users, claiming it was just the thing to help people through these tough times.

“Where’s Wally” is a fun puzzle book created by Martin Handford where the titular character Wally (usually dressed in a red and white striped shirt) is hidden into a sea of people.

Wally often loses his personal belongings and readers have to help him find them too.

However, Wally recently underwent a makeover, and the new edition includes him “social distancing” in public situations.

Included are some “Where is Wally” pictures created by artists online.

Clay Bennet, a renowned cartoonist, created Where’s Waldo (Wally) Social Distancing Edition (Twitter)
Artist Pedro Mezzini used photoshop and created his own coronavirus edition of Where’s Wally (IG/Pedro Mezzini)
Artist Pedro Mezzini used photoshop and created his own coronavirus edition of Where’s Wally (IG/Pedro Mezzini)
Artist Pedro Mezzini used photoshop and created his own coronavirus edition of Where’s Wally (IG/Pedro Mezzini)
Artist Pedro Mezzini used photoshop and created his own coronavirus edition of Where’s Wally (IG/Pedro Mezzini)

After seeing the Coronavirus edition of “Where’s Wally,” a user online jokingly replied, “That was hard, but I think I got it.”

Online responses to the new edition of Where’s Wally (Screengrab from Imgur)

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