Reviews and Problems with Disney Fairies Tinkerbell
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for the sense that my 5 year old enjoyed the flying around but got lost in falling along ...
12 January 2015
Summary: Targeted for the much child, 9+, for the sense that my 5 year old enjoyed the flying around but got lost in falling along with the story as the "quests" need one to read along. I'll keep it for her until we get some more reading under our belt...
Summary: The game is really cute and has many interactive features that will keep your kid happy for some time. But this game is somewhat outdated and your child may find it boring or not engaging enough after a while.
Summary: My daughters 3 years old just started reading, she loves playing this game. I can understand kids who can't read not liking this game, because it does require some reading. But the game is good.
Summary: I am a teenager and I love Tinker Bell! I love playing the game over and over and it never gets boring. I get stuck a few times I'll admit when looking for things but I eventually get out. This game nevers stops I think and it is just really fun to creat clothes, play games, and all that good stuff.
Summary: My daughters loved this game. It took them only a short time to "beat" the game but when they went back to play it again they realized that there's a lot more detail to it than they initially noticed. A year later and they still go back and play the game to "play the details."