Summary: When I ordered this game for my son, I didn't realize that it did not come with a box or instruction booklet. I think my son muddled his way through, but it would have been nice to know this upfront.
Summary: This game is poorly made. I'm a science teacher and bought this to see what it was like. There isn't a real set of directions and figuring out what to do is tough. I'm not sure what science you might learn from it.
Summary: This was a good game. It had a fun control scheme. The story was pretty good too. Unfortunately, it had a glitch. After the second set of missions, it would not let me advance, no matter what I did. When I got it, it was brand new, sealed in the package and it still had a glitch.
Summary: Ok, so I guess I should have known this game was targeted for a younger player, but I thought it would be fun and I was WRONG! It is very repetitive and even when you get different things to create you do the exact same procedures to do it. I think even a child would lose interest soon.
Summary: I got this for my 9YO son for his bday. Amazingly, he now plays this more than Pokemon (not sure for how long as Pokemon is the all time favorite, but that's impressive). This game is supposed to be educational, I'm not convinced of any educational value, but it is fun.
Summary: My 6 years old son loves the game. Wasn't sure he was interested at first but when he started he got into to it and does pretty well. I didn't look at the game itself but it sounds quite hard for a very young children as some words in it very long and you'd need to explaining a lot of things.
Excerpt: This is a game on the nintendo DS but you can also buy it on the Wii. The idea behind this game is to become a crazy scientist. You as a player are aiming to become the most crazy scientist in the whole world. It is a very easy concept and aim but achieving that goal is harder to do than it sounds!