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My six year old daughter absolutely loves this game and thankfully she has continued to play it(which is the only reason I am being generous enough to give it four stars). As cute as this game is her mother and I both feel that this game is way shorter than any game should ever be. Maybe I made the mistake of not looking at play time before I ordered it but she had this entire game beat in 3 and a half hours of play time. So as I said this game is cute, thankfully she has continued to play it and enjoys it which I guess is the most important part, but don't be alarmed at how fast your child will have this game beat. Each character has 1 or 2 chapters depending on character.
My kids enjoyed playing it, but perhaps due to the fact I am a gamer at heart I was disappointment with how short it was. My young children beat the game after only three or four sessions of playing it. If you can pick it up for under $15, I'd say it's worth it. I got it for $20 and I'm kind of perturbed. I would give it three, but my children really enjoyed it so it gets a four.
In the course of the game, my little princess teams up with Disney's to find imps, jewels, and other glittery stuff. I find it mindless and boring--but my girls love it! They giggle and focus on each level, trying to meet Ariel, Snow, Sleepers, and all the rest of the royal court.
One star off because in two-player mode one is clearly dominant, and the other cannot move without her.
My 4 year old granddaughter, who is pretty tech savvy, cannot play this game by herself. Her 7 year old sister is able to help her out sometimes but an adult needs to be near by to lend a hand. They seem to enjoy the story and the tasks.