Reviews and Problems with Bob The Builder - Festival of Fun
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10 January 2010
Summary: got this game for my 5 year old who loves the wii and is generally quite good at it, but this game he found extremely hard. there is no explanation as to what you have to do on each level so leaves him a bit confused. he got to the third stage where you have to blow the leaves into the bag.
Summary: I found this game overly complex for it's target audience and it's somewhat unclear (even to an adult) as to what's supposed to be going on, I find it hard to belive this was seriously tested on very young children.
Summary: It's summertime in Sunflower Valley. The community project is going so well that Mr Bentley has suggested a festival to celebrate. There will be food and music and fun for everyone! Bob and the Can-do Crew need to clear the area and build the stage for the event.
Summary: This is a very good game. There are lots of things to do on it. It can be played solo or in multiplayer mode. The controls are difficult to get used to, but the children have finally cracked it!
Summary: Bob the Builder is for pre-school children, which is why I bought it for my 4 year old son. However, don't bother. Each level is hard to pass, the controls are awkward and after getting past the first level I (as an adult) cannot get past the second.
Summary: I bought this for my 3 year old son who is very good at using the wii and he struggled with this game the games thereself are very short and i personaly think quite boring the first game is sorting rubbish into the correct bins which is quite simple but very short the second game you have to dig saw...
Summary: This is the first Wii game I have received apart from Wii Play and Wii Sport. Those are failry simple to play and understand even for the younger child. I expected this to be easy because it is Bob The Builder and I assumed it would be would be aimed at the pre-school children.
Summary: In short, my 6 year old and best friend (5 yrs) played this for approximately 20 minutes, said 'Dad, this is boring, will you put Mariokart on?' and this game is now starting to gather dust quite nicely behind the TV.