Summary: I really liked this game. I got it when i was 7 and didnt beat it until i was 8.its kinda tricky,for a long time i didnt get how how you could put in diagonal moves.Turns out turns out you have to drag up, down, right or left BEFORE you can drag diagonal.
Summary: My daughter was 8 when she got this. She had been in gymnastics for a year and actually tried this at a friends house and asked for it for her birthday. She played with it for quite a while and still every now and then.
Summary: When we purchased this game I looked at the back of the box and I though that the graffics were not that great... and it seemed the game would be boring. I was wrong! This game is HOURS of fun. I played this game 2 days straight after I bought it. It is fun and exciting. I can not stop playing it!
Summary: I think the game is fun, but there's one problem. Not the directions, which some people are just too stupid to understand, it's the reality. If you have never done gymnastics before, you wouldn't be able to do a front tuck on the beam.
Summary: My daughter played this game Christmas day and a few times since. I bought Nintendogs and Petz Dogz Pack so that is where the majority of here efforts have been. She has noted that the stylus interaction with the game is a little inconsistent at times. For the most part, things seem to work.
Summary: This is a great game for any gymnastics lover or injured gymnast. (That's me) However, the instructions aren't very detailed. I'm up to the second to last place to go and I'm fighting for everything, and somehow my scores keep on depleting.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. If you have a child who loves gymnastics, this is the game to get! You can compete onn the bars, beam, floor, vault, and even freestyle. As you go, you can learn and master new skills such as handsprings and flips. You can even make your own character!