Reviews and Problems with Crayola Treasure Adventure
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15 March 2012
Summary: We bought this for our grandchildren and are not impressed at all. We thought there would be many different games to do but there really isn't. Our grandson got bored with it in a short time as it was the same stuff over and over. Truly wouldn't recommend this to anyone. It was a waste of money.
Summary: Though it is made for younger children, they have to "color" alot and due to their lack of dexterity, the screen savers get destroyed very quickly. We told our daughter to use her finger, but it didn't work very well. It's the game she's played with the least - we were afraid she'd destroy the screen.
Summary: This seemed like a great game, but... it took my 6 year old about an hour to complete in full. Once you complete the game you can't re-set it. She is really bored with it now. For the price it seems like sort of a waste of money. Not enough levels even for a 6 year old. Concept is good though; teaches counting, nice colors. But in short, I would not have spent the money for this little. I would expect WAY more from Crayola!
Summary: When I saw this game I thought great finally a game without violence. this is worth the high price(I thought). I got it for my son's 6th birthday. He did all three adventures the first night. It probably took lees than an hour. I was very disappointed that it wasn't more challenging. I liked the concept of puzzles for a DS game but this would be better for younger kids. My son has only had his DS for 3.5 months and it was definitley to easy for him.
Good idea but hard for child to get to the coloring book pages
30 July 2010
Summary: The game is a great idea for a beginner DS player. My 3 year old loves to color and I thought this game would give her something to do on long car trips. Unfortunately, to "unlock" the coloring book pages you have to go through an adventure mode and that requires reading. My 3 year old can't read so doesn't know what to do. My 7 year old can read, but has no interest in playing the game.