GrandmaG "Retired bookkeeper, married, Mom of 2, two granddaughters. Love cozy mysteries.", Amazon
1 January 2014
Summary: I rented this game for my granddaughter (age 5) to play when she is at my house. It was just right for her age - she really liked it - challenging, but not so difficult that she would want to give up on it. Nothing objectionable, in my view.
Summary: I was afraid that it would be too simplistic, but my four-year old really enjoyed playing this game. I wish it were a bit longer - she completed the game in about 6 sessions of around an hour each.
Summary: My 9 yr old played this at her after school program and really enjoyed it, so i purchased it for her for Christmas. She was super excited but that excitement quickly faded when she finished the game in less than 10 minutes or so. Really? such a short game/ definitely not worth the purchase.
Summary: I loved this game as a child, and honestly I still do today. I liked the backgrounds, the slow maced music, the CREEPINESS of the game like the 3 caves and the sunken ship, that guy Phineas McFinn, I could go on. I enjoy playing this on my Wii.
Summary: 3 stars? Are you kidding me? Freddi Fish is awesome! While I don't own the game persay, I used to play the demo all the time. Really great game. Freddi Fish 3 was just about my favorite computer game growing up, and the original is great too.
Summary: Ok First off , Dont get the wrong impression from the negative reviews here. Yes the game is very short but the game changes each time its played so it can be fun to play more then just once. Im an adult that doesn't enjoy hard games, so I picked this up for some relaxing fun..
Summary: fun, but not what i expected. my son is developmentally delayed, and he needs my help to play it. i get migraines so it's hard for me to help him due to the flashing graphics. it's a fun, colorful game that i think most young kids would appreciate.