Summary: I purchased this as a birthday gift for my daughter. This is rated as "E," yet it's not. Although my daughter (6 years old) can read, she still struggles with some of the words. It's hard for her to get through the quests/games without adult help.
Summary: I gave it three stars because when I got the game it is in spanish. When I went back and read the description and the back of my game it said it was in English. My daughter can still play it and I opted to keep it to avoid the hassle of sending it back. Be careful buying this product.
Summary: my daughter is 5. She loves playing her DS. She likes the game but it is a little hard for her. She plays for about 20min or so and gets frustrated and tried again another day or later on. I'd say if she was a year or two older it would be a breeze for her!
Summary: I'm not gonna sugar coat. It's obvious this game is targeted at girls, but being that I'm a guy and I like the series, I had some belief that that doesn't necessarily mean that guys can't enjoy it either, so I decided to check it out. This game is ridiculously easy for the most part.
Summary: I bought this thinking that it was going to remind me of the NES original Little Mermaid game. Well... It's not. It is REALLY suited for little girls, not big girls. I don't think it's a bad game. If I were 8 I would love this game.
disney's the little mermaid : ariel's underseas adventure
Kimberly F. Smith, Amazon
13 October 2007
Summary: Cute game for age 5-6 but the problem is there is ALOT of reading, which means you sit with your child and do all the reading. We played for about 2 hours on it, and it's cute blowing bubbles, finding treasures and singing..
Summary: There is just too much reading for a 5 year old to play this game. And the tasks are quite difficult to understand and complete. My daughter who loves anything Disney put this game down and hasn't picked it up since Christmas day. Disappointed.