Rated 5 out of 5Â by Tazzy Will use again
The web site was helpful. My choice was made primarily because the characters were familiar to my grandson...but also because of what the item offered for learning. My son & his wife really liked the item and look forward to using it. The service was very good, it was delivered quickly. I was informed via email on everything plus the item came with return information and a mailing label. As this was a gift and there was always a chance that he may get the same gift from someone else this was much appreciated.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by LUVBINAMOMMY2008 3 games for the price of 1
Picked this game for our boys cause we could only get one game at the time and they love Nemo, Wall-e, and especially Toy Story. My 4 year old loves the toy story game and so far only really plays the others to make them repeat things like in Nemo if you make Dory run into a sea urchin she will say "ahh! a sea urchin" or something and he just loves making her say that over and over. My 3 year old hasn't really played it much, he only really uses the leappad to watch shows anyway.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by xealia Borrowed from a friend & didn't want to give back!
My friend and I have kids about the same ages! We share leappad cartridges to keep the cost down. The kids traded games and mine are LOVING this one! There are several mini games which my oldest at 6 has master most but he can play this game (and roly poly picnic) for hours! My 4 year old has a bit of trouble playing the games but he will get there. He loves watching his brother play the games!
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Duncan A little frustrating for our 5 year old
This may be a good choice for patient kid who is already good at video games and really loves Pixar. But I would not recommend it for younger children who are just learning how video games work.
The LeapPad is the first game system for our 5 year old. He was initially excited about Pixar Pals but quickly got frustrated with it. He found the controls in the side scrolling areas to be difficult and got mad when the characters wouldn't move where he wanted them to.
Once he got past that, he just got bored with the game. I played too and found it unimpressive. The controls and map layouts were awkward, and the activity games were either dull or also difficult to control.
I wouldn't say that the game is horrible. It is playable, and has some entertainment value. And I suppose that it has some educational value because it says it does, but I just didn't see it.
And why is "Not Engaging Enough" listed as Pro?
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