Fun, but kids lost interest in the robot dog quickly
Amazon Customer, Amazon
7 January 2013
Summary: My girls (7 and 8) love the game that is included in the package, but lost interest in the robotic dog pretty quickly. It's worth it to buy the game, but after sticking the stickers on the dog and playing with it for a day they got bored of it. All in all a good game.
Summary: My daughter got this for her birthday and loves it. There are only a few games available at first so you have to play more to unlock them. We played quite a bit 2 days in a row and were able to unlock everything. Wappy takes 2 AA batteries and they seem to get drained quickly. I'm guessing my daughter (just like most kids) is going to get bored with this soon as there's not a big variety to do so I don't think it is worth full price.
Summary: And she is still playing with it. It seems to keep her attention for long periods. She is 9 now and my 3 year likes to just play with dog alone. It has been dropped a few times and still works perfect. Had I not got a deal on it I would never have spent that kind of money on it honestly. But overall it was a good buy and she still plays it to this day.
Summary: I bought this for my 6 year old daughter. When it arrived, my 10 year old daughter ended up playing with Wappy dog. The games are basic. You have to take care of the dog on the video game for it to grow and so you can access new features.
Summary: What a cute & innovative game & toy this is!! The little dog, which you can personalize with included stickers, is so adorable, you can't help but smile when you see him! The game interactions are so cute & fun, and it's neat to see how he will wag his tail or light up in response to things - or even sing! But I do wish he could walk. That is the one area this game fails at. Aside from that flaw, this is awesome. The DS portion is what I love best about it.
Summary: When you look at the developer and publisher of this game, you might be wondering why Sega Toys is working with Activision rather than well, Sega - their parent company. Well, truth be told, there is precedent behind this unexpected alliance. We've seen it before with Bakugan Battle Brawlers and the subsequent games based on Sega Toys' most famous product. Now the two have teamed up again to take on the virtual pet genre of video gaming.
Summary: My animal-loving, 9 yr. old daughter likes this game with some reservations. She really enjoyed customizing the toy dog with stickers. There are different colored spots, flowers, paw prints & neck accessory stickers to choose from (big spot for around eye does not affix correctly-two swipes with an exacto blade solved the problem, so it's laying down pretty good, now).
Summary: Length:: 3:38 Mins Pros: - You can play with Wappy at home or on the go - He really does respond to the DS game - Touch him and he will react CONS: - He doesn't always respond very quickly - He doesn't walk around or jump (maybe the next generation of Wappy dogs!) VERDICT: Wappy is a fun new way to play with your DS, DSi, or 3DS. While there are still a few bugs in him, he's a great alternative to a real dog and is fun even if you have real pets.