Summary: I expected it to be the best thing for learning games this year, but it's not functioning properly- gets stuck on at least the ABC recognition so far and gives the wrong options only as options- strange. We're thinking about returning it if we can't get it to work.
Summary: My six year old plays many Wii games so I thought it would be great to get her something more educational. Wrong, this was awful. I would have expected something better from Jump Start. It was very hard to manuver and understand for a six year old. I wish I did not waste my money. Live and learn I guess.
this is a game, not for learning anything but to play a game
mom of two beautiful children, Amazon
11 December 2011
Summary: this is a game only no learning, only playing. We have like some of the jump start in the past, computer learning games. We got sucked in thinking this was a learning game for the kids, it's a game only..
Summary: We have subscribed to Jumpstart online for years and thought we'd try this. We returned it within a week. My Jumpstart savvy 5 year old had lots of trouble controlling the actions with Wii controller and there is virtually no educational value. Stick to online if you must.
Hoping Wii developers design more educational software...
R. Buchholz, Amazon
15 September 2011
Summary: Saw this and thought, "Finally! Wii writers are developing more educational software programs!" --- Well, let's just say the effort is there, but the game is lacking. I was hoping that for as great as the graphics are, that the material would be fun, yet educational. Nope. The software offers several different games inside of the journey, but they are repetitive and boring.