Reviews and Problems with Dora The Explorer: Dora Saves the Snow Princess
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The controls are easy for my tech-savvy 4 1/2 year old to not ...
Ms Graham, Amazon
3 December 2014
Summary: The controls are easy for my tech-savvy 4 1/2 year old to not get dispirited and give up, but not so easy that he gets bored. I think I'd get bored pretty quickly, as the movements and plot are basically the same (with cosmetic variations) - but he loves it, and has played through the story several times. I think it's going to be a godsend if we have as cold a winter this year as the last one - there's a lot cabin fever we need to fight off!
Summary: My daughter loves the game I didnt know anything about the game. I just bought it because it was at a very low price. I got my package before the ETA. So all smiles over here. I will be shopping with seller again. THANKS!!!
Summary: Nice game for a 4 y.o. child. With a brief initial walk-through it's pretty straight-forward and engaging. It uses the approach similar to what they have in the Dora cartoon series which IMO also helps kids to figure out their strategy and next steps. Graphics are quite nice as is game's audio. Granted, it's not very "deep" (can be completed in a few hours by a dedicated kid) but it doesn't seem to get them bored too fast either. Decent product overall.
Summary: We orginally got this game for our 3 year old. She isn't that into the WII yet but thought it would be something fun to put in her stocking. I really like the feature of the Game that allows a parent to help, when I have had to help her she doesn't even know she's being helped :) Our 5year old son (lol) can play this completly by himself and really likes it.