Summary: Very fun for a 6, 9 and even 12 year old. Playing together all at the same time was a major perk. The game was fairly simple though and they finished it quickly (less than a week over holidays). The youngest one goes back and plays it once in a while but not much replay value in general.
Summary: game is pretty good. fun for all ages. i would buy the rest of sherk games. my grandson has a blast playing the game Shrek: The Whole Story Boxed Set (Shrek / Shrek 2 / Shrek the Third / Shrek Forever After)
Summary: My family loves this game-- we have so much fun playing this together! It is a game that my husband and I can play with our two younger daughters or with our grandchildren, and because it is cooperative, even when a scene gets a little challenging for someone (sometimes the grandkids, sometimes my husband!), we just switch characters to complete the challenge. My daughter (12) loves the music ("Do You Love Pancakes?" gets a huge sing-a-long whenever it comes on.
Summary: This game is geared towards the younger crowd. It is an adventure game with occasional basic puzzles to solve or bad guys to fight. It is definitely NOT a beat-them-up, take-off-your-gloves fight game, but a nice explore-your-environment adventure. The game is fairly short and, because of the toned down challenge to make it appealing to younger kids, will not present a challenge for those more seasoned players. Gameplay: You play as Shrek, Fiona, Donkey or Puss.
Summary: I got this game for my 6 year old daughter, it started off ok. Plenty of instructions on how to do certain things etc. But then got very repetative. Graphics were a lot better than what I was expecting after having played Tangled recently. There were a lot of "fight" scenes, some of which got very boring very quickly ( towards end of game play) Didn't take us too long to complete the game.