I have always been very satisfied with all of my purchases
11 August 2014
Summary: I have always been very satisfied with all of my purchases. This last purchase of the larger battery and extended case was due 3 days after I was going to be on vacation. I wrote to amazon and they were able to ship the products on a date before the original date.
Summary: I am thoroughly disappointed in the game or lack of. I know that it might just be my taste but I couldn't force feed it to my kids. It's really confusing and not what you imagined it would be at the same time. You see so much in the photos but really, it is 2 star review worthy. Sorry not my thing.
Summary: First of all, it works with OS X 10.8 Mountain lion. This is a plus since I've bought many others recently that doesn't work with this OS. It is challenging. includes multiple levels, and lets you create both to pass the level, but also allows your creativity to flow by decorating every one of them.
Summary: I bought this game for my son. I generally rate games I buy for him by how much he plays it. He has played it once and has not gone back to it. EA seems to have dropped support for multiplayer, and it requires their online software to be installed if you want to perform updates. Not impressed.
Summary: Now, this game seems promising, and that's because it is! It's promising... but that's all. I should've seen that EA was behind this and given up hope, but alas... I spent the money. This game offers no solid tutorial. It has a tutorial, but damned if I can figure it out.
Summary: I bought this game because I thought it looked like Crazy Machines, and at $5 I thought why not. Pros: Good graphics Cons: Menu displays - displayed two windows on top of each other so I could only click the top one.
Summary: I purchased this game for the summer break. My 6 year old was showing some aggresive tendancies in his play and I was looking for a game that would tap into his creativity instead. This was the perfect choice. My 9 year old, 6 year old and I each have our own 'world' that we are working on.
Summary: That's what I said when I saw the fun that my 11-year-old grandson was having with this software. I want one, too! He's a visual arts major at a magnet middle school in MD and this is right up his alley. I'm a graphic artist by trade, so where's my own copy????