Summary: I agree with the other reviews about the right ages for this game. It would be a great game for 3-5 year olds if they could read. The activities are good for younger kids, but they won't be able to read all of the story themselves. Kids that are old enough to read will be bored fast or will finish it quickly. I played it to see how it was and finished it in less than 20 minutes (actually, I was quite shocked that that's all there was to it).
Summary: My six-year-old daughter bought this with Christmas money from grandma. She is giving it a three star rating saying it is okay. I think it is a bit boring, and there are much better games out there. Tinkerbell for DS is excellent.
G. Embrechts "I am a equine photographer, I love business books and self help and spiritual book, not religious but spirituality.", Amazon
11 February 2009
Summary: I bought this for my granddaughter for her birthday and she loves it. Great graphics and she played with right away. She is 4 years old. I think it is good clean fun for children. Her name being Emma also added to the excitement. Highly recommend this.
Summary: Bought this for my 7 year old daughter who is an excellent reader, loves taking care of DS pets. After an hour on this game, she complained it was boring. Lots to read. Starts off with Emma searching for eggs. But the search itself is so repetitive and boring. The same nest seems to appear over and over again and one just uses the stylus to move the hay around. Have to click on the characters to read the story or conversation and the reading seems never ending.