Summary: I purchased this a year and half ago for my then 7 yr old niece, who loves dogs. It's an okay toy, but to be honest she doesn't really use the dog, she just plays the game that came with it. I was recently not to happy about that fact that I paid 50. for this, and I just saw it for 9.99. I guess such is the way of video games, over priced and hot for a minute, the dead, cold and cheap the next.
Summary: My kids had fun with this game. This item comes with a dog and a DS game. My kids had fun naming a dog and decorating him with stickers. So far they both were able to share him, so I only purchased one. They both liked playing DS game.
Summary: At first I was skeptical if my daughter would be able to use this with the DS but to my surprise she was able to figure it out in a couple of minutes. The dog reacts to commands given by the DS it does a lot of different things. Even without the dog the game is still cool. It was well worth the money to see my daughter smile. I was afraid she would get bored with it quickly but she uses it a couple times a week. I recommend this.
Summary: I bought this for my 7 year old daughter. She was excited for a few minutes and quickly lost interest. They could have made this a lot better or made it remote control from a DS. It was pretty much another cookie cutter game with an annoying toy that makes a bunch of racket. Wappy Dog is a big fat fail!
Summary: For those who still have the DS console, this puppy is the cutest thing other than having a real pet. Wappy, the Dog stretches, responds to human touch (petting), and moves around when prompted by the DS console to do so. The software also has an "away" option, meaning you can play with Wappy on the console even when you are not physically next to the toy.