Reviews and Problems with Disney Fairies Tinkerbell
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Better and Newer Versions Available
Jorge's Amazon, Amazon
10 June 2014
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 But this game is somewhat outdated and your child may find it boring or not engaging enough after a while.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: 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.
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...
Summary: I purchased this game for my granddaughter for her 7th birthday. She says she hasn't played this much because it is "hard". This is her 1st experience with a DS game and once she gets the hang of it I'm sure she'll love it.
Summary: I agree with other low-star reviewers -- this game takes a while to figure out how to play and all the reading required can make this game hard work for grown-ups. BUT I have to give my 3-4yo credit.
Tinkerbell for the DS should warn about DGamer chat rooms
J. G. Wilson, Amazon
29 December 2008
Summary: I feel that the chat rooms that come with this title are not appropriate for the target age group. This is a very nice game for a 6-10 year old girl. It can keep them occupied for hours. What I don't understand is why the chat rooms are available on this title.