Summary: This game requires reading. Games rarely disclose this on the box, but, as a parent of young children, it is one of the things I'm most interested in. I like to play games with my kids, but I want to PLAY, not just provide the voices that should be there anyway. Also, the game is not designed very well. It has a lot of unnecessary running around trying to figure out where you are supposed to be. Definitely one to rent or buy used instead of paying full price.
Summary: This game is not for autistic children or any other children who have problems with timed games. My seven year old is high functing autistic loves animals and wants to be a vet, but she gets very frustrated with this game. To make things worse, the character on there keeps saying hurry up and focus, which upsets my little girl even more. This game would have been fun except that all elements are timed. I would thinks kids with ADHD would have difficulties, also.
Summary: The game is really for individuals with very good eyesight - the talking is written very small. My 5 y/o does fairly well after I have taken him through a couple of times - he has a great memory, which is a must if you want this for your kids. The 'loading' times seem very long. There is a definite learning curve the first several times you play. Overall, we enjoy playing it, but if you don't have good hand-eye coordination and you can't read - you might want to pass.
Summary: It is a difficult game and not easy to complete I got if for my self and my nieces and its not as easy as the 3+ imply's. Overall it is fun but the DS version may be easier as Wii does not always pick up on players movements so well