Summary: My son loves the goosebumps episodes and the haunting hour tv episodes, he just started trying to read the books(he's in first grade) and saw this game in the back of a HorrorLand book. He had to have the game. I finally got it for him and he absolutely loves it. He has no problem playing it (he's 7 years old) and it doesn't scare him. Hope this helps others with their decision to buy or not to buy. I will be buying it for his Wii soon.
Summary: My daughter had read the book in the Goosebump series and this was one of her favorite ones. When I discovered it in game form, I had to get it for her. She loves it. Very easy to play, but challenging enough to keep her engaged.
Summary: Great for all ages. I purchased this game for my 7yr. old, there are plenty of carnival type events that are challenging on basically 3 levels rewarded as either bronze, silver, or gold medals called "Horrors". Points are based on such horrors, bronze being being the least to gold being the most point value. The more horror points you gather the more events you'll be able to play.
Summary: I purchased this game and have fun it very fun but challenging. The graphics may not wow the heck out of you but it is addictive and fun. What you do is you are stranded at the famous Horrorland themepark and you play games(mini games) and you can trade for monster cards with other people wandering around the park and you can find coins in garbage cans, lamposts, and trees. You can use those to trade for cards or you can use them to play the mini games.
Summary: My daughter started reading the Goosebumps chapter books the beginning of this school year. Horrorland was her favorite and I was thrilled to see it in a DS game for her. She plays it all the time (after homework is done of course). It's great for her to be able to tie the game to the books that she reads. It's just one more way to hold her interest in reading.