Summary: I rented because I liked the idea of Disney Trivia. It's much too easy for adults to play alone, but it's a fun family game. It doesn't have a skill level setting for the single player game. The multiplayer game seems to play to the lowest skill level chosen. My 4 year old wanted to play along, but it was too challenging. You can pause the game in the middle of a question to give younger players time to think. My 10 & 14 year old girls enjoyed it.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 yr old to play. She loves it!! It is fun for all ages. You get to choose a disney character. Everytime you win you get something to use with your character as sunglasses, hats, etc. It challanges you and your child to think,remember, and solve problems. Great for teaching kids. My daughter has learned several new things since she has been playing. I would highly suggest this fun, learning and creative game.
Summary: I like how you can customize the length of the game, the level of knowledge, the background scene, which character you choose, & even dress up the characters. However, you can only get 3 extra characters & 4 items per characters. It's pretty nice for so cheap a game. It would be great if you could by updates in the Wii market place. Beware, the Genie has certain lines for each background that NEVER vary.
Summary: This game is really cute! It's basically a gameshow with questions about Disney movies. Everyone plays as a Disney character (you get to pick your character, buzzer sound, name, and a few other things) and there are tons of different categories. My kids are 5 and 3 and both love it (although we have to help the 3 year old still)! In fact, their grandmother also like it! I highly reccomend this game!
Summary: Bought this because my 4 year old loves Disney movies. It is a fun game with lost of cool graphics that he loves. The game itself can be challenging. I have seen most of the movies, but its been so long I can't remember a lot of the answers to the questions. So far the game is too challenging for my son to play by himself, so we end up playing as a family (which makes it pretty great).