Summary: Mind you this is a kids game and i found mostly adults who've played this game and reviewed it. I don't think its a bad thing, but i want to say how I feel this game appeals to kids. I was like 12 when i got this and i played this but not to full extent because i knew this kind education. It was basic stuff ragging from what i would say kindergarden to 3rd grade. BUT when i gave my cousins the game to play they fully enjoyed it.
Summary: I don't actually remember whan I bought this game but I used to play it all the time. this was years ago though and I got stuck I think it was either at the haunted house or the beach which ever one was the farthest into the game....I really should try to find this and finsh it cause it was one of my favorite games back then. I would recomend this if anyone is thinking about purchaseing it!!
Summary: if you love the anime cartoon Hamtaro then you will find this game very cute and fun to play, its fun game for kids and some adults to play, you get to learn some things and you get to play as your cute little hamster Hamtaro. PLay with all the other hamsters and complete the challenges with 3 levels of difficulty and be cuted out by how cut they are .... lol Easy to play.
Summary: Bought this based on reviews on Amazon and it is a great game for our son on the autism spectrum, who also loves the Hamtaro anime. Easy to play but provides enough challenges to keep him engaged.
Hi! Hamtaro: Ham Ham Challenge ds - So cute & addictive to play! I love it!
Pebbles "Pebbles", Amazon
4 April 2010
Summary: Hello I'm an autistic women adult gamer who 22 year's old. This is my review for Hi! Hamtaro: Ham Ham Challenge for Nintendo DS. Well to start off I like Hamtaro but just recently started playing the hamtaro games for ds only so far & to clarify one misconception about this game I have Tottoko: Hamtaro: Nazo Nazo Q ds (jap ds game) tottoko hamtaro nazo nazo q & Hamtaro: Ham Ham Challenge are not the same games I have both games can't read a word of jap but did make it to...
Summary: I'm a teenager who loves Hamtaro. Honestly, ever since I was little I couldn't get enough of the Hamtaro gang. When I first started to play this game, I found out quickly that it was designed for younger children, probably between the ages of 5 and 11. However, my love of Hamtaro made this game enjoyable. The games are fun, although; it does get mildly repetitive after awhile.
Summary: My 5-year old cousin has this game, and it is one of her favorites. It teaches her some things and the graphics & hamsters are irresistibly cute. This game is a mixture between learning game, pet simulation, collections, and cartoon. With activities that work a young child's brain, and a sort of pet-game in there as well, any little girl should enjoy this game.