Reviews and Problems with Dora The Explorer: Dora Saves the Snow Princess
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For the little ones.
28 February 2012
Summary: It's a pretty simple game so it's not hard for the little ones to learn. My 5 year old daughter got bored with it pretty fast though. She completely stopped playing it after the first couple months.
Summary: My baby finally has a game she can beat :) She got it in the afternoon and had beaten it by that evening and all on her own. Yes it was a bit quick but she does not care about that at 5 years old. As a parent I would not want to pay more than 10 bucks for it though. I asked her did she want me to sell it and get her something new but she wants to keep it and has already been playing it a few more times.
Summary: This is a great entry level game for young children. My daughter (age 4) has no problem working the controls for this game and she can play independently. Dora explains what to do every step of the way. There's also no way to "lose lives" so your child can make progress through the game without frustration. I've read in other reviews that the "Go Diego Go: Safari Rescue" game is almost exactly the same (if your child likes Diego better).
Great Entry Level Game. Simple 2D Directions in 3D World
A. J. Kennedy "Sailwin", Amazon
18 June 2009
Summary: So far the game has been played with just the left analog stick and the x Button. You control Dora and Boots tags along. Very simple controls, but there are a few complicated areas I have ran into with my Daughter. But so far I highly recommend.