Summary: With ages from 5 years to 9 yrs. My grandchildren loved the game. Excellent graphics coupled with a good mix of puzzles to entertain, encourage co-ordination skills and test their mental processes with problem solving. All round value for money.
Summary: If your a fan like me for wounder book, then i tell you to get this game! every wounderbook game has a fantastic storey to it and you will enjoy the game soo much you wanna buy the next wounderbook game.. but lyk me a huge fan oh it, i enjoy it soo much, your kids would love this more then mams/dads tbh!
Summary: The game play in Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler is clearly aimed at the younger gamer, but the tech on show will impress the adults too. When turning a page of the book, a pop-up scene is revealed as a fully 3D diorama on your screen. Rotate the book and you can look all around the scene as if it was a real model in front of you. Lift it towards the camera and you can zoom in for a closer look too. There's few technical problems that may put you off though.
Summary: Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler is quite different from the original wonderbook but nonetheless it's just as fun, if not more. Trophy-wise it's slightly harder but nothing major to worry about.
Summary: This is a great addition to Wonderbook and shows off what the tech can do far more than last years Book of Spell. Great for kids and big kids alike as this charming homage to Noir unfolds before you. A must if you like playing something a little differant.