Good game for kids, but very short and not much variety
23 September 2013
Summary: My daughter beat this fairly quickly, but she really enjoyed playing it. However, the replay value is minimal because everything is so simple and repetitive. Regardless of what activity your princess has to accomplish, she has only two venues open to solve it: twirl magic and ... I forget the other kind. Shooting magic from your wand, I guess. Those actions do everything from lighting candles to defeating imps to ... well, everything else.
Summary: My 4 year old absolutely loves this game. She beat the other princess game when she was 3, and was fairly bored with it afterwards. She has beat this game 4 or 5 times now, but due to the customization options, she still isn't bored with it. It's fun for her, exciting, somewhat challenging and provides lots of room for her imagination to run wild so it's really all we could ask for in a game for a little girl.
Summary: Bought this for my 5-yr old granddaughter. She holds the nunchuk in one hand, and the WII controller in the other, thus making it a one-person game. We needed to spend a short time with her - showing her what buttons control what actions by the character, but in a short time she was off and running. For those who are concerned about such things, this is definitely a "G" rating - no dark or scary characters.