Reviews and Problems with Dora The Explorer: Dora Saves the Snow Princess
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My 3 year old girl likes it, but...
29 July 2015
Summary: It works ok, but as a first game for my 3 year old, way too long and slow. We have played for 30 minutes 4 times, and there are no save points. So we have to play the same excruciating 30 minutes every time we turn it on.
Summary: I bought this game for my daughter. I would say this game is good for young kids that maybe aren't extremely familiar with game controls yet. It's easy to learn and for kids to play by themselves, but kind of gets old fast.
Summary: Dora is a good game for very young children, but it isn't challenging enough for 7 and 8 year olds. My daughter loves Dora, but it just wasn't challenging enough for her. But it would be great for 3 and 4 year old children you could possibly go 5 years old
Summary: We have just purchased a Wii and wanted to get games for our young kids to be involved with. They love playing computer games so we thought this could really be fun for them as well. We bought this one specifically for our 4 year old daughter.
Summary: I have a 6 year old who is brand new to the Wii. Her favorite games are the sports and carnival games that are short and easy so this one was perfect for her. We've tried Mario before but it was just a little too complicated for her skill level with "video" games.
Summary: While this game is targeted to my young 4-year-old daughter's age group, sometimes it requires too many complex actions for her to be able to play the game on her own. The story line is on target with her age, but the game play was more complex than her abilities.
Summary: This game was purchased for my three and four year old granddaughters. They love Dora, but did not enjoy the game because it is not a mutlti-player game. They wanted to play together and could not; so they did not want to play at all.