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: I have got 3 kids (7, 5 and 3) and so thought that this game would hit the spot with at least one of the younger two - however, it didn't go down well at all and 'boring' was the feedback across the board with the game (or rather series of mini games) not managing to successfully harness the Wii's...
Summary: In the words of my three year old "It's not a very good game. I couldn't do it." Bob the builder, popular with pre-schoolers the world over comes to the Wii. This should be the perfect opportunity for some educational but fun games with simple instinctive controls to encourage young minds in simple...
3 year old & 6 year old both declare 'game is rubbish"
Ms. Sian E. Thomas, Amazon
23 February 2010
Summary: My 6 year old boy is a big Wii fan & my 3 year old girl is a big Bob fan. i thought this would be perfect for my son to help his sister & interact a bit. Wrong. They both got really frustrated with it - my 3 year old couldn't do the very tricky controls & didn't understand the icons.
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.
Summary: as previous reviewers have commented, this game is badly designed for the use of pre-school age children it is too hard for young children to play and there are better easier wii games for young kids to play i think bob needs to fix it
Summary: Can we fix it? Yes we can! The phrase that has hynotised countless scores of children and engrained itself into the brains of their parents can now be found emanating from a Wii near you - in the form of "Festival of Fun", designed for young gameplayers and focused around Bob's mission to make the...