Summary: This game is really fun and exiting. When I first got it I put it in straight away and enjoyed it a great deal until..... One staff meeting this lady called Miss Pierce turns into a devil and it gave me a big fright Thanks
Summary: This game is good. I want to become a teacher when im older so i thought this game would give me some tips. However, i found the game at times very frustrating! Espically some of the mini games. The good: The game had a nice story-line, although i havent yet completed it. I liked the characters and espically liked how you can add your own furniture to the classroom. I loved how you could set up your own lesson plan, with things in your diary.
Summary: My kids love to role play teachers so I thought this would be the ideal game. However, after a few times of playing this they got bored and this never gets chosen from their list of games anymore. The game is quite repetitive and my 6 year old finds it too easy.
Summary: Once completed this game has no replay value. Some of the lessons are fiddly to complete with the stylus, I had to use the end of my mechanical pencil to pick up the tiny geometry pieces! The pottery is also a nightmare, you have to get it just right in order to win. The storyline is ok, apart from the unfair bit, I won't ruin it for you though! Definitely ok for younger children, but they probably won't want to play it over and over again.
Conclusion: This is initially quite fun but gets a litle dull quickly as it is the same routine over and over again with not much variation. You do not have much control, the game could be made better by introducing new and more imaginative things to do such as calling a register into the microphone and sorting out problems in the playground etc all you can do really is mark work and do educational mini games.
Conclusion: I was slightly disapointed by the game, it is quite repetitive and the description of the game makes it sound like the player has more control than you actually get. However, it is a quite a fun game and kept me amused for a few days.
Summary: I really enjoy this game. However, at the moment i'm on week seven so everything getting a little bit harder, i am completely stuck on a pottery class at the moment, i don't have enough time to make the pottery and everytime i complete it, the pottery collapses! I've tried about 5 times and no matter what i do it doesn't work! I can't get onto any other lessons or anything until i've finished this pottery and i can't do it! Any help?
Summary: In imagine teacher you start off with 4 pupils and you get helped along by the retired teacher. The lessons are VERY easy at first but as it goes on you don't have enough time to complete them. Marking the pupils' work is very easy because they make at least 6 mistakes, for example if you teach them history they say cars are in Prehistory! On the whole I think this game is good for children in between 4 and 7. But it is a bit repetitive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: Before i begin my review, i would like to say that my sister has this game and really enjoys it. Being the kind soul she is, she said i could use one of the other save slots and if i enjoyed it, i would buy it later on. First, this game is a series of mini games which are called lessons, which come with a story line. The storyline is good and engaging (i won't go into it here as some other reviewers have said it already) and wants you to carry on playing.