Summary: this game has kept my twin 5 year olds busy for a while, but it is a short game with rather poor graphics. Someone else here mentioned that it is an adaptation from their online game, and that sounds about right for the quality..
Summary: The different weapons take some getting use to as they don't explain it much, but the messages in the game can be re-read by going to the options page. We are enjoying the game and it gets more fun as we play and advance more.
not complex enough to hold my 7 year old's attention (3.5 stars)
Chel Micheline, Amazon
16 March 2013
Summary: I have a seven year old daughter who is a HUGE fan of Phineas and Ferb- she's probably seen every episode so many times she can recite them. She's also a big Wii fan- she's played all the Lego games to completion. So I really thought the game would be a complete hit with her, but it isn't.
Summary: I got this game for the boys because of their TV series... It's different than their usual Super Mario.... I believe they will get used to it over time... Initial reaction was delight but a while later they got bored... I believe they will have to try harder on it...
Summary: guess I was expectin a little more, so I gave it three stars,I mean after they ride the roller coaster that's it!? But all in all it is interesting and fun especially wen they get to ride the coaster!
Summary: As other reviewers have said, it's easy--we beat it in one day. The levels are pretty repetitive. You either shoot things, jump from thing to thing, or use your anti-gravity ray to put together a puzzle (and it's the same kind of puzzle each time).
Summary: My 6 year old likes the game okay, but doesn't love it. Some of the parts are a little too frustrating for him. Probably best suited for 8 or older. That is okay, I know he will play it when he gets a little older.