Summary: My son grew up on these animated kids games ..Who doesn't remember Putt Putt & Pajama Sam from the early 90s.. now if they wood make all the titles available for the Wii my son would have them all
Summary: My son really enjoyed this game. He was able to figure it all out for himself. The fact that it talked about not being scared of the dark was a great bonus. Love the fact that he got "conquer" and then make friends with The Dark was really a fun twists for him.
Summary: This sucks. My son was kind of excited to start playing it (age 6) it is a hidden objects and simple puzzles type game. He played for 1 to 2 evenings and beat it! He is NOT an experienced video game player.
Summary: I bought this game for my daughter at a used game/movie/book shop in town..it was only $2 so i though..what the heck!?! why not?!! my daughter is 4 1/2 and has speech & developmental delays....im always on the hunt for easy games for her to play by herself...
Summary: My daughter and I had to play this one together - it was definitely challenging for her. There were more than a few points when we had to watch the walkthough online - I enjoyed it, not so sure she did. It's not always clear what the next task is.
Summary: My grandson at 3 1/2 didn't play this video at all. Now that he's 4, he has shown great interest in figuring out the tasks that Sam must do to get thru the woods. Little by little he is getting further along in the game. I think it is colorful and well animated.
Summary: This was a lot of fun but my 9yr old finished it within a couple hours. Fortunately I can keep it around for my 5 yr old nephew. It's a neat game, just a little too easy for the age I bought it for.
Summary: I got this for my son who was 4 at the time, but we both found it kind of bland the first time around because his first Wii game was Ghostbusters. We played it a year later and finished it. It was cool. Thats all I can say.