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: This game is pretty much pointless. I bought it for my daughter (3 yrs old), but you have to be able to read everything. However, I think by the time your old enough to read this game will be considered to boring and childish.
Summary: I bought this game for my son, he became frustrated within minutes. He passed it off to me and after the long intro with Tinkerbell and the Alien I got to my first "friend", Stitch. According to the directions it was our job to keep our friends happy. We used all of our money to purchase snacks and before we knew it every sandwhich was gone. It took a little work but we finally reached our goal of making Stitch 100% happy.
Summary: Bought this game for my 4yr old son who is quite good at many DS games above his age level. This one though was TOUGH and he lost interest bc you really need to be able to read to understand how to play the game. There is a lot of interacting with the characters that he may like as he gets a little older, but not a lot of active game play which he enjoys. There is a LOT of reading in fine print, which gave me a headache as I was trying to help him.
Conclusion: this game would be great for little kids as they would probably find it fun playing with all the disney characters but i'm 13 and i found this game annoying as there is only so much you can do with each character and then you find your self repeating everything but i think this would defenatly be good for kids around 3-8