Summary: My 5 year old daughter LOVES this game, is almost obsessed with it everyone at her prek class last year had to hear about it daily. There is a wolf and some dangerous animals but she is not afraid of anything and loves pretending to be ivlet the wolf. She's pretty advanced for her age, can read, vocab really high, can get almost any complex scenarios and has had an iPad since 18 months so I might be inclined to say this game might be more for the average 7+ yr old.
Summary: I really wish I'd read the description before purchasing "Petz Catz 2" for Nintendo Wii. I thought it would be a simulation game, where you dressed up and took care of the cats. Instead it's full of annoying little games that aren't all that much fun. Wish I'd passed on this title.
Summary: So, I got this game when I was like 6. Let me just say, This says E for everyone, the game lied. Well when I 1st got this game I did not want ANYTHING to do with this game. I did not like it. It was sooo scary for 6 year old me. I remember crying at the story line. Now I'm 10 now and the story line is not THAT good. It is a fun game and I guess it's okay now. Wait heck no. I love this game.
Summary: I found this game to be fun and very easy to play. I freely admit I am the type who likes a pretty simple, straight foward game. I like my games to be the type that I can get into without having to do half a dozen things to make a move. I liked getting to pick out my own cat breed as well as name her. I found this to be a somewhat adventurous game because the cat gets to explore different areas,learn different actions and help other cats they meet.
Summary: One of the presents we got for our granddaughter on her 11th birthday was the Wii game, Catz 2. We ordered from Amazon.com. It was delivered more quickly than I thought it would be, and I didn't have to worry about getting it on time. She loves the game and plays it all the time, learning more about it all the time.