Reviews and Problems with Disney Fairies Tinkerbell
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Too difficult for a 4yr old
21 September 2013
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.
Not appropriate for 6 yr olds who can't read at 4th grade lvl.
Diane Dimperio "teacher383", Amazon
31 December 2009
Summary: I bought the game for my grandaughter who is in 1st grade. I spent hours having to read every page to her, in order for her to play. Is there a way around this? I really thought something titled "Tinkerbell" would be age appropriate...
Summary: I would not recommend this for anyone below a 3rd grade reading level. There is a good amount of reading involved. And honestly, even as an adult, I found the game to be pretty difficult to figure out.
Summary: You would think that when they put a game out like this,they would realize that alot of younger girls are going to be playing it....so why in the world would the make it with sooo much reading. My daughter is 6 and can read some,but this was just too much for her. Like others have said,this game is probably for 7-8 years and up. My daughter gave up on it within 30 minutes. Even with us helping her with ALL the reading.
Summary: I will agree with other reviewers that the graphics are great. However, there is quite a bit of aimlessly flying around without anything happening. My 2nd grader got frustrated after about ten minutes. I tried playing the game myself for over an hour, but the instructions in the game are not clear. After an hour, I only met one other fairly. You can't play other features in the game until you finish the quest, so you have to fly around and around.