Reviews and Problems with Smart Kid's Gameclub
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1 February 2012
Summary: I bought this game for a 3 yr. old grandson. I think he may be just a little young for nintendo. We've played the game and its great. When he gets a little older or even plays with it more, it will be great for him.
Summary: I bought this game for my 3 and a half year old. He loves to play video games (not that I enjoy promoting this!) but this is a cute game for younger kids (I'd say 7 and younger). It is easy enough for them to figure out how to play the game on their own. At first I had to help him a bit, but before long he figured out how to do everything completely on his own.
Summary: My daughter loves this (she just turned 4 last week). It's the only DS game that she can do with NO help. It keeps her busy for hours. Her sisters (7, 11 and 14) have picked it up and played with it, and they say it's actually kind of challenging. There are so many games to choose from so it takes a while for the kid to get bored with it!
Summary: I bought this game for my 3 year old son for Christmas. Not having played one of these type of games, I was not sure what to expect. After playing the game and watching him play it...I will be buying the rest of them in the series. This game has alot of different activities that keep a childs attention suprisingly. I feel I made a very wise decision in getting this for him.
Summary: I purchased this game for our 4 year old. He loves playing it. Surprisingly enough, our 7 year old daughter also enjoys playing the "girl" version of this game which is in the same cartridge. It was money well spent. It includes puzzles, matching, counting, find the differences, driving, dress-up, and music to name a few.