Summary: I gave it to the grandsons on Christmas day and they loved it. They said it was both fun and challanging. They love games but are greatly restricted to time and content. So for them this game will provide enjoyment a very long time. Though they waited a long time for this to get to market, they are now very pleased.
Summary: My son basically asked Santa for a laptop so he could play this game, which he already owned. Santa realized that as a 4th grader, he would have many uses for a laptop that didn't involve games, so he complied. Now he is playing it often, but it does crash a lot and he has to start over. He often loses a small bit of his progress (depending on when it last saved) but doesn't jump him back to the beginning each time.
Summary: I think this is a great game for any kid to play with. Cons: - some, very, very lengthy levels that I wish were shortened. - Wish there were some guided course to work with instead of guessing the best way around the galaxy. - There are far too many codes to input. I think there should be one master code that is emailed to you that will unlock everything. Pros: - Legos man! - Inexpensive. - It teaches creativity. - There is no violence except falling to pieces.