Summary: My niece loves to dance and so this was perfect for her. I was disappointed that it is a ONE person user. More people can dance but only one can use the remote. Don't get me wrong this is a lot of fun.
Summary: I have 3 young boys 3,4 & 9. They love teh chipmonks and I thought they would love this game but they have only played it once. You can only play on person at a time so it is not fun because they all want to play together but can't. I thought that it would be more fun but the game really is not very entertaining.
Summary: I love this game. It is a lot of fun and has dance moves that would be easy for children to learn. I am not coordinated so I like easy moves =) My 3 year old doesn't understand the concept, but loves watching me dance to chipmunks songs. He even gets up and tries sometimes. We have a lot of fun with it. I love a lot of the songs on there, but I wish there had been more classic chipmunk songs from the cartoons.
Summary: I got this game for my son who is a big Chipmunk fan. It is like a simple version of Kids Dance, using the Wii remote only, set to Chipmunk music. You get to pick your character and your song. The only downside is that only one person can play at a time. He really loves it, and it is good exercise.
Summary: I knew this was trouble the second I saw the title of this game. The term "Chipwrecked" is not even slightly cute-sounding, calling to mind a starving, malnourished man stranded on a desert island. On that note, Chipwrecked is, surprise surprise, really bad. Obviously, it's much more fun reviewing a bad game than a good one, right? So I gave this game a spin, expecting nothing short of awful. But this game is...something unfathomably horrible.