Summary: I got this game for my daughter who is 9. She was a big fan of the TV show so she LOVES this game. She was captivated with it for quite a while. She found the levels to be challenging but not overwhelming. She would comment about making her goals and felt proud when she met them. Graphics were good and plots were fun for her. It seemed to fit well with the characters and storylines of the animated series.
Summary: This little game is super easy and super fun all at the same time! Not much of a challenge, but that's what I liked about it. Just pure fun. As an adult gamer, sometimes these games can be a bit frustrating. But this one was easy to pick up and easy to remember how to do everything....without having to look at the booklet all the time! Perfect for kids and adults too. I wish there was a sequel to this one.
Summary: Many games that are made from tv shows fall flat, usually because they are made in a rush, relying on sales from fans from the show. This game, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, does nothing of the sort! It's very interactive, a bit of a puzzler and action game. What I enjoy most is that you do not have a health bar, you do not have lives and you do not have a time limit. I have many other games that have frustrating areas because of this.
Summary: Foster's is our favorite cartoon, so I decided to get this for a little 8 year old girl, she loves it. She said it's really cute, too bad you can't play with Cheese character, you can only interact with him. Anyway, I ordered it for Xmas and it was a good choice.
Summary: This game is designed for the younger crowd, 6-11 years old maybe, but I am older than that and I think that the game is very very fun! You play as Bloo (one of the main characters in the TV show) and you run around the Fosters mansion collecting items that other characters ask you to get for them. You are trying to defeat the Space Noogies and the other characters help you. Over all the game is very fun for anyone who enjoys watching the show.