Summary: This is semi-educational, but definitely for children UNDER 5. I thought my son would like this because he likes jumpstart online, and I wanted something educational since I'm not a fan of video games. But, this was a little disappointing. Not difficult or interactive enough for a 6 year old, but a 3 or 4 year old would probably like it.
Summary: First, this game is listing wrong - it is not E for everyone; but is EC for early childhood. Had it been listed properly I probably would not have ordered it. It is extremely easy for my six-year-old. Decided to keep it however as it is good practice and reinforcement of basic concepts; and, she does enjoy playing it.
Summary: My 3 yr old has been itching to get on the Wii so I wanted to find her an inexpensive educational game. I do agree with some of the other reviews that it is a bit hard to navigate through this game with the remote. It takes a long time for games to load at times and we find ourselves having to help her with the game the entire time she is on.
Summary: This game is a computer game on the wii, not a game created for the wii. It is difficult for my five year old daughter to play, and she gets tired of it quickly. It was fun the first few times we played it, but then it just gets frustrating.
Summary: We bought this for our 4 year old daughter who does very well with computer games. I agree with previous posters of the annoying long load times between scenes where you just stare at different pets on a black screen. Also, it's not very intuitive and very repetitive when you are doing something wrong. It just keeps saying the same thing over and over and over.
Nice graphics; however, too simple for more advanced children
Jmama2_1 "J. S.", Amazon
29 December 2009
Summary: My daughter is 5 and received this for Christmas. She got bored fairly quickly with this product. The controls are difficult. Also, when you swap levels it takes a while for it to load. My daughter does love that you can create your own character and have your own pet.I probably am making this sound worse than it is. I just expected more, especially for the price.
Summary: I'm a grandfather with a 3 year old grandson. I wanted a game that he could enjoy and get involved with. It was also important that he be able to do it by himself, so that he would get the satisfaction of accomplishment. Unfortunately, at many times this game is frustrating. It is very hard for him to move the character around. Perhaps this would be easy if this were a PC game and he could use a mouse.