Summary: This game never gets played at our house. I have kids from 5 to 12 years of age and no one likes this because it is visually disorienting. Anyone looking on becomes sick to their stomachs in just a few minutes. Solo play is the only option with this one. And its just not fun enough to want to take it off the shelf.
Mediocre game play, can't savegame in any useful way.
SchmuckyTheCat "schmuckythecat", Amazon
25 November 2006
Summary: As a parent, I hate this game. The game can't be saved at any arbitrary point. So, you put a time limit on the game and your kid complains about not being able to save when their time is up. And, the save game can't be saved to a flash memory card and only has like three save spots. If you have more than one kid trying to play and save, forget it. Every kids game should have these features: Save as is RIGHT NOW, and save to flash memory cards.
Summary: I rented this game from Blockbuster, so I had to return it in a certain amount of days or whatever. I was so determined to finish it before the due date, that I was constantly playing it. It was so much fun! I ended up beating the game in a little less than a week, which is funny, because I take forever to finish video games. I guess that I was so attached that I didn't even realize that the game was over. At the end, I literally said, "That's it?
Summary: This game is so so bad that it's hard. My little sister wanted me to play it so bad but when we played it, it was so bad. What kind of dollar would fly onto rooftops and get stuck in gates? The cut scenes are incredibly awful so just make picture of an alien invasion, that would be more amusing. The graphics are so ugly I can't even say what they look like. Sure you get to command Oompa-Loompas but they are so stupid to do anything.
Summary: In "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" you play as Charlie Bucket as he, with the help of the Oompa Loompas, has to rescue each of the naughty children from a horrible fate. The game design is really beautiful with a lot of detail put into each room and characters. The story is told by storybook like cut out characters that move and talk, which at first seems strange but you get used to it, but the opening and end story is computer animation which the characters look...