Summary: This was our daughter's first video game, and it was a great one. She is three, and finished it by herself, after learning how to move her character around and jump with a little help from us. She enjoyed it immensely. There are a lot of built in safeguards - the main character does not really "die" or "fail," but the player still has to be able to figure out some jumping and puzzles to get all the coins and other prizes.
Summary: I was happy to find a game that with a little explanation my 4 year old was able to play all on her own and finish with little play in less than a week... of course she can and wants to go back and play again and again so she can perfect her skills so proud of the makers and her!!! Now if more people would think about making things like that for kids her age!!
Summary: Our 3 and 5 year old got the hang of this very easily and have had lots of
fun playing it. Slightly confusing using the remote sideways but they got used
to it. Good prompts to remind them how to hold the remote and what action is
needed for the task.
Summary: Got this for my 7 yr old to play as she is still a fan of Dora. She enjoyed
it thoroughly. She found the controls easy to learn and the lvls were really
short to keep her attention. For those with younger kids there is an option for
you to use another controller to help them at certain stages of the game without
having to take the controller out of their hands, still making them feel like
they are playing it themselves.
Summary: I purchased this for my 3 year old and she found the controls very easy to use and enjoyed the game immensley. The graphics aren't as good as what you'd expect for a Nick game but she didn't notice and it doesn't really bear that badly when you consider that it is a child's game and they don't really pay that much attention to how nice things look.