Summary: Pretty cool, I thought it was nice that it got progressively as you went along. I would say that the first five or six worlds are not as hard as the rest. There are eight worlds, and the last two are pretty challenging. I would say the last world, World 8, was really challenging. You have to move against the clock, and there are a lot of booby traps and enemies. It gets frustrating but its not unbeatable, and you get a real sense of satisfaction from beating it.
Marketed towards girls, but will probably be played more by male Mario fans
Nic Disassembly "Nic_", Amazon
28 January 2014
Summary: Some of the Super Mario Land titles (even Super Mario 3D Land on the 3DS) are always off the cuff from what most consider "core Mario", ala the NSMB series, the NES titles, or even Super Mario World. Like the stages in GB Land 1, the Rabbit ears in GB Land 2, Wario taking over in part 3,...i think this is in that 2D, "off the course just a bit vein"...it's essentially Princess Peach, kind of like she plays in SMB2, but expanded.
Summary: I really like this game. Husband bought it for me for christmas and I love it. You have to use the stylus to click on certain emotions to do different tasks. Adds a cool and different ellament to the game.
Summary: Good game. Nice to see the rescue being turned around. Entertaining & easy to play. Frustrated with the final Bowser show-down; how do you defeat him? It does not take long to complete rest of the game. Arrived on time and in great condition. I would recommend this game, especially if you like to use a parasole to pop the minions on their heads(quite funny).
Summary: Super Princess Peach takes the typical formula of a Super Mario Brothers game and turns it upside down. Rather than Bowser kidnapping Peach, this time he's kidnapped Mario and Luigi, leaving the ditzy blonde, often-captured Peach to save the day. The gameplay is familiar, with Peach running, jumping and breaking blocks to solve puzzles and advance through levels.
Mary A. "eclectic interests and varied outlook", Amazon
27 January 2008
Summary: My nine-year old daughter adores Princess Peach and has spent hours helping her rescue Mario and Luigi. She feels so empowered with this slightly more relaxed game than the typical Mario games she's played before. While the reviews I read say this game is easier than the rest of the genre thus far its quite challenging for her. It's great for girls to have a female hero!
Summary: This time it's the Princess saving the Mario brothers from Bowser on Vibe Island. A nice twist and it's about time ;) With the help of a talking umbrella and her four "vibes" of Anger, Sadness, Joy, and Calm, Princess Peach takes out the usual goons who also have vibes of their own. Through the shop feature you can purchase abilites for your umbrella and add to your life and vibe levels.