Reviews and Problems with Crayola Treasure Adventure
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Great for artistic kids
1 May 2014
Summary: My son has always been interested in art, so I bought him this game. He had a great time playing with it on his DS. It was a great, no-mess, solution to his desire to draw when we were out and about. I definitely got my money's worth from it.
Summary: This is a great game for younger kids. The only issue I had was that reading is necessary for the instructions. My younger daughter is pre k and does not yet read. Both of my daughters love the game though.
Summary: I found this on clearance for my daughter who is now 7, and she beat the game in 45min. I knew it was a little young for her, I just didnt realize how young. So I would say anyone under the age of 6.
Summary: The game was not as expected. I like the game, but I thought it would be more exciting. You color random pictures of items, find missing things, and color items befor it changes back to white. It came fast and works great.
Summary: I got this game for my 5 yr old. He has the DSi for about a month (bought on Amazon also) and some of the games are difficult at times. But this is the most age appropriate game so far. It keeps him occupied and he is getting good at the games and gets very excited when new colors and games are unlocked. Would recommend for kids 5-7 yrs old.
Summary: My 4-year-old received this game for Christmas. He loves it! It contains jigsaw puzzles, connect-the-dots, coloring games, and more to unlock coloring pages and crayon colors that you can use for "free play" on coloring book pages. It was easy for him to learn the gameplay, even though his reading skills are not very sharp. The background music gets annoying to me as a mother, but he doesn't seem to mind.
Summary: My 5 year old niece loves to play this game. She loves coloring and puzzles, which is a lot of what she gets to do with this game. She likes playing it in church, also...it's hard for a 5 year old to sit still during a sermon, but she does. It is teaching her to color within the lines better, and if she makes a mistake, there's a feature that allows her to erase the excess...which she also loves to do.
Summary: My 5-year-old had a lot of fun with this game at first. I didn't have to show her anything or read her the instructions. It was very easy for her to figure out. Maybe too easy, as she has since found another game she plays a lot more. But it's definitely a fun and easy game fit for a preschooler.