Summary: The environmental decoration tools take a lot away from the enjoyment of the game. Hard to catch on to the point of the various screens. It would remind you of an old game called The Incredible Machinery except that it is clogged up with lots of unnecessary junk. I was very disappointed, I normally like that sort of game concept. This one misses the mark pretty badly.
Summary: Me and my daughter purchased this game for $2.99 and we knew that it would probably be crappy but at least something to do. It appears as something a 3-year-old might want to play just by outward appearance alone. Lots of pretty colors on the cover. We tried it for about 5 minutes and realized that we would have to research the game before we could acutally play it. You are highly limited with your objects, which is never a good thing (at least to begin with.
Summary: My wife is a wizard with puzzle solving PC games. I thought I'd try to get her to use the idle PS3 for gaming so I bought this game as the reviews stated that it was violence free. The problem is neither of us can figure out how to advance the game. There is no instruction or directions of any kind. It was hard to figure out what one is supposed to be doing on the screen.
Summary: FIRST OF ALL I PURCHASED THIS GAME FOR MY 6 YEAR OLD. A PRETTY GAME SAVVY 6 YEAR OLD AT THAT. IT WAS EASY AT FIRST TO COMPLETE THE TUTORIALS BUT THEN THE CHALLENGES TO GET TO UNLOCK NEW LEVELS WERE SO HARD THAT EVEN I COULDN'T HELP HIM. ADVERTISED AS A KID FRIENDLY GAME, DEFINITELY MORE FOR THE ABOVE 10 RANGE.