Summary: Bought this for my nephew, my sister said it took him a while to understand but once she showed him he liked it. Might just need to have a bit of support learning what to do. But really good fun! My sister said that she had tons of fun.
Summary: Bought it for my 6 year old as he is Horrid Henry mad! The game is simple enough for young kids but the music and graphics could have been far far better. To me it seems like they have made the game for the DS and then up-scaled it for the Wii rather than doing a decent game specifically for the Wii. It's OK, it keeps the boy occupied, but it could have been far far better!
Summary: My son was bought this for his 6th birthday the other week and barely plays it. The graphics are 2D and the 'music' wouldn't go amiss in a Spectrum game (i.e. would have sounded great 20+ years ago). Gameplay is extremely repetitive, no use is made of the Wii remote other than to use it as a NES-style controller.
A game for 3+ years children, yet there is a heck of a lot of writing to be read!!
Mummy Pig, amazon.co.uk
17 July 2010
Summary: My 4 year old boy absolutely loves Horrid Henry so I bought his this game. I am really disappointed with it as there is so much writing on it to tell you how to play and what to do and children are only just learning to read at this age usually, so I have had to sit with him reading out all the instructions. It should say them out loud at least since it is designed for children.
Summary: Purchased to amuse a 7 and a 5 year old. It failed to do so. And I can see why. Put this shoddy excuse for a game up against Raving Rabbids or even the dreaded Ben 10 games and it looks dreadful. Put it up alongside Mario Kart or Super Mario Galaxy and you wonder why they bothered. This is the single worst computer game I have seen in years and years. Avoid like the plague.