Summary: We got this game a month ago for our son who is 9 years old and has Down Syndrome. He has wanted to play his sister's DS for a long time, but her games were all too difficult for him to figure out without someone sitting next to him and telling him what to do. This game gives verbal directions, which help him a lot! He gets a lot of satisfaction from being able to play (both the drawing and the minigames) by himself.
Summary: My 6 year old daughter enjoys this game. Both her 4 year old sister and her 78 year old grandmother have played it. They have fun with it and it teaches them step by step how to draw different things.
Summary: This game is kinda boring, but I can't dis-recommend it because it's good for younger kids. My cousin has it and she likes it but she's a younger kid. I'm an older kid so I really don't get this game. All you do is draw then play minigames. It's a good game but think before you buy it. I would recommend it a friend that is 6-7 years old.