Summary: Got this for my little boy who is 6 years old. The game is pretty simple to understand and is not very hard. Although it can be pretty repetitive with the task that need to be completed, it keeps him busy and does not seem to mind to much. Its nothing to exciting, but requires some thinking and problem solving skills.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old son for Christmas. He tried it once, said he didn't like it and wanted to sell it. HOWEVER....I didn't really think that he gave it a chance, so I sat down with him and I PLAYED the game myself while he watched. And then of course.....he wanted his game back :) I like that this game has different things to do in each mission and that they don't get TOO hard as the game progresses.
Summary: My 5 year old son received this game for Christmas. He loves it! There are a few spots in the game that were a little difficult for him at first but after a few tries he got the hang of them. Quick thinking when opening the valves, climbing ladders and keeping up with flames to make sure the fires get put out. You can unlock new parts for your fire engine and even new engines with the more achievements you get in the game.
Summary: We got this for my 5 year old son. He put it down quickly and we thought he just did not like it. My wife decided to play for a while, and she said it's actually a little more difficult than we thought. After showing my son, and helping a little, he has figured out what he needs to do with it and he plays it on his own. You will get VERY tired trying to put out some of the fires with the stylus.
Summary: My 3 1/2 year old son loves this game. He loves driving the fire truck, blowing out candles, climbing the ladders, and spraying out the fires. He also does well with the Go, Diego, Go games as well. If you are looking for a game for a preschooler, this is a good idea. They also make other Jake Power games, but we haven't tried them yet.