The map UI is easy to understand and the ability to "train" your animal ...
Christine Dela Rosa, Amazon
28 July 2014
Summary: The map UI is easy to understand and the ability to "train" your animal has been awesome. I really like game. But, the kinect isn't sensititve enough to always translate to movements in the game.
Summary: Buying this game i was really excited because it was in my mind like an old Tamagachi pet... except you can interact physically with it! I paid very little for the game and I am glad I did. It was indeed pretty fun, but it did not last.
Summary: You can't beat the price. Under $10.00. We played the original Kinectimals (borrowed game from a friend) and had a blast, so purchasing the game with bears seemed like a good idea. While the bears did have some moments, it was not as fun.
Summary: This game has some good attributes. It is very touchy while using the Kinect sensor and doesn't correctly stabilize the hands of a small girl. She has a vast amount of trouble even getting past the main menu. I recommend this for someone older than 5.
The Game takes awhile to get interested in the subject matter
Nikon Nick, Amazon
5 January 2014
Summary: I purchased this game for my 5 year old son. It takes a while to get into the game and the interaction with the animals. The graphic are good as well as the sound but my son just isn't interested in the game format. It's been sitting under a pile of other Kinect games since Christmas morning.
Summary: Kinectimals is really cute and a great kids game. It just seems that I end up playing it for my kiddos ( 4 & 5 yrs) a lot because they can't read what is on the screen or just get frustrated with the kinect not always responding as they intended it to.