Summary: I wasn't expecting a masterpiece from A-To-Zoo Adventures, but the final product that was released was dreadful. Right away, you're staggered by the awful graphics from this disaster of a game, and the gameplay is even worse. The gameplay is incredibly linear and boring. There's also no difficulty curve whatsoever. I'm not even joking, I have never played a game that was so easy in my entire life. A-To-Zoo Adventure's presentation is atrocious as well.
Summary: The seller was great it arrived on time and great price. the game itself is very educational and my 5 year old really likes it. the biggest down fall is the controls. it is only a rock back and forth motion but the games doesn't respond very well. it is frustrating for him and I. I thought it might just be him, but it is not. very difficult to get the cursor to move between the three objects.
Worst game I've ever bought! Wish I could return it.
V. F., Amazon
20 August 2012
Summary: We bought that as our daughter's introduction into Wii gaming (a game at her level) It's absolutely horrible. She's 3, so we weren't expecting much. We do have to help coach her through the controls and rules of each game, but I wish that were all. Even when she follows the directions, the game doesn't always respond. Sometimes, when she tilts, it doesn't listen. And other times, it moves over twice.
Summary: This is a terrible game for a child, especially when patience is a virtue. The motion required is simple, but does not work. Even an adult will have a difficult time getting the remote to respond to this and then the child is sad. Furthermore, there is no pause, or return to the menu option during play. Overall it is frustrating and irritating as well that you cannot return this joke of a child's game. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! Thanks Wii / Sesame Street!
Summary: My 3 year old understands the concepts that are being asked, but the controls, while supposedly simple, are too hard for her and me. All of the games require the remote to be shaken back and forth, but it doesn't always register and in one of the letter games, you need to shake the remote to get Elmo to swim to and pop certain letters.