Summary: Good concept and is enjoyable but some games are very difficult. My 11 year old niece has not been able to get past one of the initial games which is a memory game with very limited time to complete. She has given up trying and has not been able to enjoy the game.
Horrible Histories Ruthless Romans - How do I save the final gladiator fight?
25 September 2009
Summary: My son (aged 8) and I enjoyed playing this game but we both found it a little repetitive, in that there were too many "find the difference" mini games. The differences were often difficult to find, being very tiny differences and my son always asked me to do these for him.
Summary: I am 11 years old and I did not find this game hard. I did not need a pen and paper to solve the clues and only occasionally needed help with the spot-the-differences. There was a great story to it, after you got past a few gladiator fights.
Summary: bought this game for my 8 year old son who loves the HH books/tv programmes he was thrilled but the game is so difficult and you have to have a pen and paper to work out the codes to get to the next level after about a week he got fed up and it has been out the box since very disappointed...
Summary: I purchased this DS game for my daughter who "loves" Horrible Histories.From the moment she received it she has'nt stopped playing it. She absolutely gave the game two thumbs up (equating to five stars. It has proved to be a great purchase. As well as a great transaction from seller.
Summary: I too bought this for my 8 year old. However the game is definately too hard - I am a lecture at University so no dummy but even I cannot find all the spot the differences. Added to that the locations of the differences need clicking to the left or right as the programming is not precise.