Summary: both of my kids love this game. My 4-year-old can play the first few levels and watches my 8-year-old play the rest. Its very entertaining -- lots of jumping and interaction. Its a bit monotonous being linear, but there is enough diversity that it kept my kids very entertained going through the different levels. I highly recommend this game.
Summary: I have two little girls (ages 6 & 8) with little attention spans in regards to video gaming. But with this game, they seem to be transported into their imagination zone and truly enjoy this game. Some of the game is difficult/challenging but that is to come with video gaming. I would definately recommend this game!
Summary: If you have a little brother, sister, son, or daughter then get this game for them. When my little bro' bothers me i just wanna kick him across the room. When he got this game for [...]$ i said "why'd u waste ur money on a stupid game. That was in the morning at 10pm. 3 hours later i go downstairs and he is still playing and laughing at this game. Now that might not be a good thing but all i know is that he is not bothering me at all.
Summary: My 5 year old son and I enjoy playing this game together. I like it because you know just what your objective is. Alot of games he has I find myself not knowing what to do next. It is a great game for a child just starting to play video games.
Summary: I rented the game the other day and i was impressed. if you played stuart little 2 and treasure planet on the playstation 1 console, you will notice that this game is very simaler from the health bars to the music. one drawback, its sidescrolling, instead of third-person. also, the cat's voice is funny, then highly annoying. the bosses are so hard, after you die, you get so much tenson, you feel you want to jump in your t.v.
Summary: It's actually like the older versions of games...like Mario Brothers...you typically go left to right (although it's better than Mario was because you can go back)...we've come futher than this in game play, haven't we? It is going to play off of the movie success (of course) and the fact that it is the Cat in the Hat is a little nostalgic, so I tend to like this game better than I would if it was just some game.
Summary: Based on the film with all the funny witty comments, you are the cat as he tries to get through different levels which are different parts of the film. Not too difficult but entertaining my 7 year old daughter and 10 year old son both enjoy playing it.
Summary: This is a good adventure game where you go through various doorways to complete different levels. It is quite fun/enjoyable. However i think kids would get a lot more pleasure than someone that is older as it is set out better for younger ones. It is also fairly easy, and colorful! It is not comparable to the movie as such, both are quite different, but if you enjoyed the movie, like myself, you still may not love the game.
Summary: Play as the cat in the hat. The fun,party man who likes to have fun but you have to know how. With brilliant levels lead the cat in the hat through the house cleaning things up which involves. Getting shot by a spaceship, going into a car engine and fixing quite a strange freezer. The cat in the hat is the sort of game that all children should love.