Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old who can play Mario games and the Carnival game with ease. This game is so difficult for her that she can't make it past one level. She brings the game to me and even I can't get the gyst of throwing the bubbles to jump on them. It takes a lot of skill to get this down and it is a core component of being able to master the game. I assumed that Strawberry Shortcake would be for young kids but was sadly mistaken.
Summary: I bought this game for my niece who was turning 6. My sister says she plays it all the time. She loves it and she does not get bored with it like some of her other games My sister even likes to play it too. I would recommend this game to anyone. It makes a great gift!
Summary: My daughter is 4, soon to be five in Janurary and I decided to buy her a DS game so she could play on her brothers DS like him. I read some reviews and deicided to go with this one. It is easy enough for her to control, you walk her around a trail to different lollipops which are how you get to the mini games. There are'nt a whole lot but enough without being to overwhelming for a small child.
Summary: My 5 yr old loves Strawberry Shortcake so I thought she would love this game. It is probably one of her least favorite (she prefers nintendogs, cooking mama, smart girls and fashion designer) It has alot of reading and is not simple for her to play without my assistance.Unless you want to constantly read to them, don't buy it.
Summary: We bought this for our 5 year old daughter. She likes it OK, but there is a lot of dialogue to read through before any games can be played. We did have to sit with her the first several times to help her, but she has gotten the hang of it and can play most of the games by herself. That being said, she much prefers the New Super Mario Bros, and another Mario game, Princess Peach. These are much easier to play, and she just likes them better!