Summary: My young niece lost her one of her Disney games on a lunch date with me. She was devastated. I was unable to replace that game, so bought "Friends". It was a huge hit. She forgot all about the lost game!
Summary: I bought this for my 4 year old who is very tech savvy, yet he could now play this. It is for much older children and should have a 7 or up age limit. My son was sad that he couldnt figure it out.
Summary: My 5 year old plays this mostly by himself, but since he can't read he sometimes can't figure out what to do next without someone to read for him. I don't consider that a problem though - it's actually encouraging him to learn how to read!
Summary: I bought this product because I love Disney characters and it looked fun. I like that this game is like the nintendo dogs game,where you can interact with them. It has four fun characters to play with. What I dislike is that I wish there was more characters to play with. But this is a great game for any age Disney fan!
Summary: I bought this game because i love pooh bear and simba. So i didn't care if it would have been to easy for me. i just wanted a game with pooh bear and simba. When i got it in the mail i fell in love with it. you get to interact with simba, pooh bear, stitch and dory. Some of the adventures are a little challenging but still a fun game. I beat the game but i still love playing with simba and pooh bear. Stitch and dory are alright too.
Summary: It's a fun game but not as easy as i thought it was going to be. Got it for my two year old thinking it would be simple enough, just play with the characters but the game wants you to do this and that before you can get to all the characters. Will probably work for older kids more i was trying to find things to keep her busy on a flight from Japan back to the states.