Summary: So my daughter likes this okay enough. I would recommend it for a Tink fan. My daughter didn't like all the games and found some stuff to complicated, but there is a section were you can go to Tink's shop and fix objects up. She really liked that. Some of the mini games she enjoyed too. Overall there is enough stuff to do on it to recommend it.
Summary: My daughters almost 4 and loves Tinkerbell, but this game is too difficult for her to play. Unless you want to sit, read, and play the hard parts for your child I suggest not purchasing this game.
Daughter loves it but can be complicated to figure out.
14 September 2013
Summary: My daughter got this for Christmas a couple years ago and still loves it and still plays it. The only thing I would have to say about it is that it was a little hard for her to navigate at first, but after some practice it didn't take much.
Summary: Once I read every page to my 7 year old sister, she would have fun doing the little missions. The words were very long and difficult, every few words she didn't know and she's a very advanced reader for her age. YOU MUST HAVE A WORKING MIC to play this game, I realized her mic on her DSi didn't work so I went & bought Official Nintendo DS Headset & it worked like a charm. Tinkerbell fixes things, finds things, plays mini games and can change outfits many times.
Summary: I bought this game for my 8 years old daughter and she absolutely loves it! It has been a year later and she is still playing this game as it has more levels than anticipated and a lot of activities to keep her entertained.
Summary: My granddaughter is 4 years old and I gave it to her for Christmas. Katie needed help with this game so I ended up buying her other games for pre-school. If you want to spend time helping everytime they use it is good but she was unable to do this on her own or to follow the directions as Katie is very smart but unable to read