Summary: I got this for my niece and she loves it. I just wish she wasn't 4, because I'm the one who has to play it for her while she tells me where to go. But she does love it and once she gets older I think she will love it even more because she can do this herself.
Summary: Bought it on amazon.com, fulfilled from Target for my eight year old daughter's birthday. I personally tired from it quickly, but she loves it. A little tough for my 6 year old daughter to understand all the things she needs to do, but price was cheapest I could find even after shipping was included...
Summary: I bought this game because I love horses. When I first started, everything was confusing. I got stuck when petting during a tutorial, so I started a new game. That was O.K. because I liked the pony the second time better. Everything was working great! It just took me a while to figure things out.
From a 9 year old's perspective & adult perspective
12 February 2009
Summary: 9 year old perspective: This game is awesome! I love it! Totally worth the money! I play with This game almost every day. I named my horse Secretariat after the famous race horse. It is so fun! Different tacks do different things! Like tidy tack or health tack or lucky tack or spooky tack!
Summary: This game, Pony Friends 2, is an okay game, but not overly excellent. The ponies are adorable, but, really, those graphics are horrid, but, for a horse game, I guess it's OK. Not NEARLY as good as Horse Life Adventures for the Wii and PC.
Excerpt: To play the game you first must have your nunchuck connected to your remote, or you can not play the game. One you have done that and go to the first screen, you chose an empty slot, altogether you can have a maximum of 3 different players games saved.