Summary: Positively, the game works smoothly and definitely gives the user a way to play games like ones at Disney World at home. Negatively, you have to beat levels in order to be able to access various games. This is only negative because some of the games are significantly inferior and boring.
Summary: We went to Disney World and had played this game. I got it for my son who picked it up easily. He learned how to play this at 4, so it's not too hard. The games are pretty repetitive (just different characters or backgrounds), but it is entertaining and fun.
Summary: This is a fun game to play with the family. Some parts are very similar to the actual ride it attempts to simulate. There are a lot of different games to play and several game modes. The only thing I don't like the the very confusing navigation.
Summary: is not for kids 5 under, if you do not achieve the level you will not open other games, my grandson of 3 got fustrated and I had to help him, he gave up and I had to continue playing for him to make it interesting next time he visits
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
15 April 2010
Summary: The idea of having the fun of an amusement park in your very own home is an often interesting one, but the problem with trying to replicate the experience is that video games and rides are much different from each other, and rides aren't exactly portable.
Summary: We bought this game as a replacement for Go Diego Go Great Dinosaur Rescue because he had already beaten that one multiple times. We like for him to be able to play Wii since he constantly sees us playing and wants to do it too.
Summary: So, my family loves this ride at California Adventure. I just wish the game was more fast paced I guess. There are rounds where each person has several attempts to do something...but when you have 4 people who are playing, it gets tiresome to watch 3 other people finish off their turn.