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.. but hey, Im in my 30's and my kids are only 5, and they seem to enjoy it for a few re-plays.
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. You really got to be ready with your weapons as the enemy can attack at any time. We are in our late 50's and having a fun time , who said your second childhood cant be fun.
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: 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.
Summary: Hey, Disney - don't you have enough of my money yet? We have every movie, go to Disneyland, etc., etc. I bought this game for my 6 year old gamer, and he enjoys it, despite the LACK of in-game spoken directions. (Instead of including this useful feature, the only thing spoken is the usual P&F tag lines, e.g., "Whatcha doin?") Surprisingly, his twin sister also finds it fun - surprising because she doesn't like many games.