Reviews and Problems with Scooby-Doo! First Frights
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5 year old player perspective
Kevin P. Gibbs, Amazon
30 May 2014
Summary: My 5 year old son got this game for his birthday. He's not reading so I'm glad the text captions are also repeated in the voiceover to help him understand what he's supposed to do. In this day and age, I'm shocked when more games aren't like this. If anything, they should be ADA compliant. So this is a plus.
Summary: I bought this game for my five year old who loves Scooby. It is a bit much for her, but my eight year old has been playing it and sharing it with her. My older child said it starts out easy but it does increase in difficulty. It's an interactive game where you are finding things and helping the mystery team out.
Summary: I have not played this one yet, but my 9 year old Daughter LOVES it. We have nearly all the scooby movies, and this was a great game choice for her. Played with it hours on Christmas day, and still does not want to put it down. If your child loves Scooby, this game is a great one.
Summary: The beginning is for all ages, even the youngest (3) could play and that's nice. But the further the game goes the more difficult it gets. All in all, it took them (3-6-9yrs old) 3 weeks to crack it, so everybody happy!
Summary: I bought this game for my daughter but I borrowed it to take it on a trip from Honolulu to Los Angeles which is about a five hour flight. The game play felt really good in terms of character control. The objectives for each level is somewhat easy. I like how they incorporate the touch screen area to unlock certain items. The storyline of each level is written pretty good.