Summary: This game is awesome! Boys probably wouldn't want to play the game unless they're younger, but girls could play it at age 12 or maybe older. Despite some of the reviews, you definitely couldn't play this at 6, because you would have a lot of trouble understanding where to go and what to do next. I am a 12 year old girl, and this is still one of my all-time favorite games. (I also play black ops. :P ) If you liked Petz Dogz 2 for Wii/Ps2, you'll like this game.
Summary: It's a nice, sweet, very easy, somewhat fun game for very little kids UNDER the age of 6 or 7 ONLY!!!. It is a very cutesy (almost nauseating) and simple (So simple that even a half-witted palsey kid (like trailer-failure debk38's) could probably beat it in 1 day!),It IS eye appealing for little children, any kid older than say 7 or 8 would probably laugh and puke at this one, but for little ones it would probably be a good first role-player type game where you go around...
Summary: Very cute game, but make sure your youngin' can read or you will need to sit in on it.there are some sad pieces to the puzzle in this game though, so be prepared if you have sensitive babes.Other than that pretty good.
Summary: The Dog Island game is for the younger child. Or the young at heart child. The pups are adorable. There is lots of reading to do during conversations with the pups. Lots of sniffing to find hidden objects or to find hidden treasures. A nice story line, as young pup goes on a search to find a cure for his/her sibling. You can play as many types of dogs, sometimes choosing the color of your dog. There are also mini games to play. A cute, innocent game.
Summary: I have three dogs I also work with dogs. Dogs are one of my biggest loves. So when I saw this game in a website I decided to check it out. After reading a review about it and seeing the very sweet screenshots of the game I decided to purchase it through eBay. The game is very sweet just like the doggies in it. You choose a breed of dog you want to play as and go through lots of missions that involve sniffing for and collecting objects like fruits, fish and flowers.