Summary: I purchased this game from the reviews of people saying it was an easy fun game. My son is 4 and although he found the alien and stitch funny, he was not able to figure out how to open doors or get to the other characters and lost interest in the game completely! I have encouraged him to play it several times since but he says it is hard and boring.
Summary: I'm glad I got this as a deal of the day and did not pay full price. I mainly do brain challenge type games so I wanted a bit of comic relief. The characters are cute but you don't get all of them at once. I mainly wanted Pooh Bear and it may be a long time until I get him as I cannot read most of the commands, the print is yellow on gold and small most of the time.
Summary: i bought this game because of the reviews that 3 yr old can play, it was ok for my son little bit hard, but he liked it, i just wish they start selling ''early educational games'' for little kids too, other than that fun
Conclusion: Bought this for my 5 year old. She was slightly frustrated with all the words at the start and I sat and read it through to help her. After that she soon picked it up and was happy for quite a while. But unlike other games such as Disney Princess she got bored because the game didnt really move forward. I've played it and the graphics are good and the playability is reasonable but not quite as good as nintendogs.
Summary: I bought this game after reading other reviews on it with my 3 year old son in mind, as he kept wanting to go on my DS, but I didn't have any games that I thought he would have fun or understand playing. After reading the reviews I thought I would give it a try; I am not completely disappointed as he does enjoy playing with it however I do not feel he fully understands what he is doing; especially with collecting things to enhance the game.
Summary: This game available on the nintendo DS, includes many of the popular disney characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Dora, Simba, Stitch and Dory. It included various tasks of looking after the characters and doing as they ask. You can talk to the characters, feed them, play with them and also create music with them. It is a great value game and is very popular with the younger members of my family. Certainly kept them quiet for a long time!
Pros: Great interaction with characters for younger children
Cons: Very simple design, aimed at younger children
Summary: Whilst this game is OK, it requires far too much reading for the recommended age 3+. My daughter is 5 and just starting to read, but this text is so tiny, and so long-winded she doesn't stand a chance. So every 30 seconds I am called over to help, and quite honestly, if I have have to tell her to tickle Pooh one more time...
Summary: I can understand that this game has a 3+ certificate due to the nature of the game (it contains no swearing, violence, etc etc). It is a game for kids. BUT don't make the mistake we did, we assumed that the 3+ rating meant that a child of 3 or older could play the game without any problem. However this isn't the case. My 5 (nearly 6) y.o. was given this game as a present for Christmas, but he can't read all the instructions that come on screen.