Summary: My daughter loved this game but she had it completed by the end of Christmas Day. We double checked to make sure there weren't more "levels" or anything else she could do and she said no. But she really enjoyed it while she played it!
Summary: This was purchased as a Christmas gift for a very discriminating young girl of 9 years. After careful consideration, and no complaints, she has decided that she likes the game and, since it keeps her busy for sustained periods of time, I have to give it a two thumbs up review!!
Fun with animals, not so fun trekking back and forth
19 January 2010
Summary: I enjoyed this game overall, but parts are very repetitive. You have to go back and forth to different areas of the island to complete different steps of the animal rescue. In each "zone" there is a load time, which gets old at 5-7 seconds each time.
Summary: ...could be longer and a bit more polished/thought out/less amateurish, but it'll do. Definitely for younger kids, middle school age and younger, who have a strong interest in science--especially ecology, conservation, green initiatives, and animals.
Summary: Well I got the game, popped it into my nintendo ds and wow it was spectacular! This is a great game for Earth Day! It is all about recycling! It is a great adventure for all ages! Also, if you like exotic animals this is toatally the game for you! It is the bet game ever!!
Summary: I'm 9, and this game is really fun! You can take care of animals like lions, asian golden cats, and zebras ,and more! The cats are cute, and the pandas are just so fluffy!! It all starts when you get to choose between two people-Leo or Lilla.