Conclusion: Alright, so the game is made for people ages three and up. The excitement level doesn’t have to be super high, and the archaic design may go unnoticed. Still, to pay $30 for a weak digital version of something kids can do for free using real clothes at home seems a silly idea. That price tag really kills it for me. It’s nothing more than a character creation screen, and one that is hideously outdone by most character creation screens in real games.
Pros: Easy to operate, straightforward game for kids, Pretty colors
Summary: By reading the box of My Dress-Up , one could come to the conclusion that it really isn’t a game. One would be right in that assumption. It is not, nor does it profess to be, a game. It is simply the repeated task of putting clothes on static 2D figures. If you enjoy making spreadsheets and enforcing strict gender roles, My Dress-Up is the game for you!