Summary: I bought this to entice my 4 year old to game, plus my husband & I had played it before and really enjoyed it so we bought it. I love it. It's simple enough for my 4 year old but keeps my attention also. Very happy! My 4 yr old loves this game!
Summary: If you loved THE BEE MOVIE, you will love this game! Graphics quality is exceptional!! Game play is fun and exciting and will bring hours of enjoyment and smiles to everyone in the family! You can also play this game on multiplayer mode on XBOX Live!! Great Game, better value!
Summary: We got this game for our daughters for Christmas and have enjoyed it so much. I've even played it.... At times, my 6 yo would get a bit frustrated with the game because the difficulty level rises quite abruptly. But she has overcome! I think any child who loves the movie, will love this game!
Summary: A Surprisingly Good Game! I tend to find myself unable to stay away from games that were originally big blockbuster movies. Games like Catwoman, Batman Begins, Spiderman, etc. The Bee Movie game is a direct tie-in with the animated movie. It was only fourteen bucks on Amazon, so i just couldn't help but feel pulled into this impulse purchase. I am not gonna go into specifics of the game. But if you enjoy Mario & Crash Bandicoot games, this will be right up your alley.
Summary: I was skeptical about this game since I didn't like the movie much but I was pleasantly surprised. Don't get me wrong. This game is squarely aimed at young children but it is also surprisingly deep. Unlike most movie based games, this is not a game on rails forcing you to re-play to movie scene by scene. The game lets you explore the inner workings of the hive community shown so briefly in the movie.
Excerpt: it's actually surprisingly engaging even for adults (I'm 30 years old and I enjoyed it quite a bit). It does get a bit repetitive and although at first some ideas seem fun, they get quite annoying later on (like the flying through the rain bits). The difficulty is quite moderate for a while but then it can get quite challenging in some bits by which points I reckon children would just give up.