Summary: This is a great game for a beginner DS player. It was the first game that my son had, and regardless of s few special needs, my son still eventually became very good at it. He has since moved on to more complex Mario games, but he still likes to go back to his very first game, just for fun. I would recommend this game to a young and/or beginning DS player. I am not sure if it still in print though.
Summary: My daughter won a DS at a Kids' Fishing Days. She is now six years old so I am buying games for Christmas. For any child who enjoys Disney's Stitch will like this game. The reading parts will be too difficult for my six year old but the narrative is not needed to play. I would recommend this game for the 6 to 7 year old age range.
Summary: I got this game because I really love Stitch, and I thought the game would be fun. I found the game to be a great idea but not that well executed. It's a bit too easy and much too short. It only had about ten levels. I defeated the whle game in around an hour of gameplay.
Summary: I beat this game within an hour the day I got it. Easy, needless to say. However, it is a little bit trickier on Normal mode or above. You keep time to the music as Stitch hits each note by tapping the screen with your stylus or using the A,B,X,Y buttons (you pick your control setting). I bought it because I wanted something having to do a bit with music, and I love Disney. If you're looking for a challenge, it's not that great.