Summary: I am 45 and I loved playing this game. It is not all that mentally challenging, but it is really fun. I think it is visually beautiful and has that tiki island feel. I would not pay more than $25 for it. My 13 year old nephew finished it in one day.
Maybe Fun for Kids, but it's too short and derivative to entertain anyone over the age of 12.
Steve Forsyth "sforsythnoe", Amazon
24 April 2010
Summary: The Tak gaming franchise has been such an odd animal over the years. Based on its cartoony and child-targeted nature, one might have expected a pretty slapdash series of games, but the debut game was surprisingly fun and addictive. That game was an open-ended quest type game with heavy platforming elements. The sequel, Staff of Dreams, shed the quest elements, and focused on a strictly linear platforming experience.
Summary: Bought this for my 9 year old nephew who thought it was truly cool. Of course, he figured out right away how to use it, how to play it and even his older brother (13) thought it was fun. As a result I'm considered a cool aunt with some cred. And how can you beat that?
Summary: First of all, I like this game. If you've played previous versions of Tak, you should enjoy this one. The graphics aren't as great as they could be (PS2 quality), but gameplay and fun factor make up it. Great for kids between 8 and 13.
Summary: Tak and the Guardians of Gross (Wii) Bought for my son who is 8, I think this is quite a good game and he certainly enjoys it! The only negative point I have with this game is that it is billed as a two player, however you can only have two players in the mini games, and the main bulk of the game is only in single player mode which we found quite disappointing.