Reviews and Problems with Disney Fairies Tinkerbell
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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: My grand daughter is telling me what she thinks as I type. She is eight years old. "I think that it is better than a lot of other mini games , and it's fun too. The mini games in it are better than other DS games. My favorite mini game is putting the spots on the ladybugs. I like that you get to dress up your characters, and it's fun to play by myself. The colors are very pretty. I dont like that there are lots of words to read when you talk to the characters.
Great game, if only you could save more then one game...
Lauren Sheahan, Amazon
30 December 2009
Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old, fully aware that reading assistance would be needed. Immediately my 7 year old started playing and advanced quite quickly. I was not expecting her to be into it as she is more a Mario girl than a Princess/Fairy fan. She is really excited every time she finds something and keeps showing me her advances. The problem arose when the 5 year old decided to take a turn. We sat down together so I could read it to her.
Summary: I purchased this for my two daughters (ages 10 and 7) for christmas this year. They love playing on the Fairies website so we thought it might interest them. They are having a good time with it. I thought it might not hold the interest of my 10 yo, but she is enjoying it too.
Summary: My daughter is 5 & loves Tinkerbell. She got a DS for Christmas, so naturally I had to get her this game. She has done nothing but play it since. Her favorite part is watching the short video about Tinkerbell.
Summary: I was expecting this game to be junk. Most of the licensed DS games are, unfortunately. However, this is one exception to the rule. I bought it for my daughter who is frankly, too young to play it. She is almost four and loves Tinkerbell. This game requires you to be able to read though, and at a second or third grade level. The "game" basically is like a fetch-it RPG without any battles.