Summary: My son saved his snow shoveling money for this game and boy, has it ever been the hit! He's played the thing half to death and absolutely loves it! The neighborhood boys all come over to play it since it isn't readily available in the local stores, and they never want to go home while playing it! Some of the levels are more difficult than others, but they're all over age 8 so they don't have any trouble whatsoever completing the required tasks.
Summary: I bought this game as a Christmas present for my 4-year-old - bought it at the same time we purchased the Wii console. I think this game is a little too beyond her comprehension, but then again, she's just getting used to the whole concept of Wii, to begin with. IN TIME, I'm sure this will be a great game for her.
Summary: I'm basing this review on my 9 year sons reaction to playing this game. At first he only played it for a few minutes before playing a different game. Then he asked me what made me pick this game? I laughed and told him the sale price was 2 wii games for $25. That's what made me pick it. After playing it a few more times he liked it more than he thought, but still kinda cheezy.
Summary: This is not a game that is easily played right out of the box. There are quite a few "moves" using both the nunchuck and the remote that must be mastered in order to engage the cartoon characters. We found this to be a negative in playing this game regularly. Maybe once we get past the "learning curve" we will enjoy the graphics and the varied game selections and cartoon characters.
Summary: The game is very dark and hard to maneuver in during the beginning stages. It does lighten up later but I was turned off by the darkness I am a novice gamer and was hesitant to even continue to try to get further in the game because the graphics were so dark that i could not see where to go to get to other levels. I had to play it several times in order to figure it out.