Summary: If you can't stand mindless destruction, move along this game isn't for you. I initially I hated this game, but for what it is, they do a good job. Up to 4 players insane fast action madness, zero learning involved in this game. The puzzling can be tricky, may need older people help.
Summary: This game is great for our 5 year olds, it is a bit too hard for our 4 year old still. It is also challenging enough for the adult players. I recomend this game for budding gamers and letting them figure out the puzzles as you go, we found that they are suprisingly good at figuring out multi step puzzles. The one downside is that there are quite a few jumping deaths, this is good in that it give a consequence for not completing the move but it can get quite frustrating.
Summary: It doesn't really hold the kid's interest, they have played it a couple times, but they argue a lot over power-ups and stuff. For one child it might be better, but for two siblings not that great, you can't even sign out one person without going out of the level like you can with the lego games! (drop-in, drop-out) I suggest minecraft for siblings.
Summary: Not a bad game, just seems a bit hectic all the time, can be hard to figure out who is where and doing what. That being said, its very forgiving in not penalizing for dying, and i generally enjoy it when playing with my 8 year old daughter.