Reviews and Problems with Barbie Horse Adventures: Riding Camp
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boring and dated for the DS
R. L. Araujo "Bex", Amazon
27 June 2014
Summary: I bought this thinking it would be like the playstation version albeit a little streamlined, but its completely different, the graphics are horrible even if it is an old game they are horrible and the first few days you do very little actual riding save a small beach level and the training area.
Summary: bought it for my daughter. she loved it at first, but soon tired of it. i guess you have to be an avid horse lovern(which she isn't) for it to hold your attention for an extensive length of time.
Summary: Hi I'm an autistic adult gamer. I love the Barbie video games and watch all the barbie movies too. I'm a big Barbie fan! This game is awesome it will keep you busy for hours on end plus it lot's of fun and you get to learn about horses and how to take care of them.
A good DS game that they can play without much help.
J. Hunt, Amazon
17 March 2009
Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old after she struggled with other DS games as she could not read the on screen instructions. In this game Barbie and her friends speak to you and tell you what to do next. she can play this pretty much independently.
Summary: We bought this for our 6 year old daughter. There was no way she could work out how to progress on this game without adult help. Even then, it was not that clear what you had to do to move on through the horse summer camp.Only once you have completed the basics well on the 1st day of camp do other...
Summary: My 3 year old loves this - all written instructions are spoken too and it is very easy to navigate around the game because there is a greenarrow to show you where to go next. If you are looking for a simple game for non reading girls - this is it! (also excellent value for money).
Summary: My 5yr old daughter enjoys this, she finds it easy enough to do. some games for 3+ have all the text come up but she can't quite read yet but this game talks the text through so she can still know whats going on.