an2gma | Added on: June 3, 2010
My 3 year old grandaughter and I played this game together. I got it because she likes the Dora books and because it's educational. She isn't quite ready to handle all the controls, so we took turns punching the arrow keys to make Swiper go and the space key to make him jump. She liked doing all the puzzles and didn't get bored. I figure this game will be good for more visits to grandma's in future too!
paradoxy | Added on: August 6, 2010
My 5-yo likes this game, loves the graphics, but found some of the play a bit complicated, especially where she had to co-ordinate two buttons (arrow & space bar). She is much handier with the mouse than the keyboard, (which I prefer as the keyboard takes a bit of punishment with her punching at the keys all the time). I won't be surprised tho' if she gets the hang of it and plays it through, the graphics are really bright & fun, the voices cute (tho' a bit annoying to mum when she keeps clicking!!). She is a bit over Dora so the graphics, etc. must be fun for her to be playing!
spyfly11 | Added on: April 23, 2010
My 7 year old granddaughter and I could only last about 20 minutes into this game. She found it very boring and it kept repeating things over and over. This game was more frustrating then fun, but just our opinion... you might like it...it was just to slow for us. Not sure what age this would be good for.
Daunya | Added on: May 3, 2010
This is a great game for preschool age children. My 2 year old granddaughter just loves it. It helps with hand eye coordination and problem solving skills plus a little bit of math. There is not much difference between the difficulty levels. If I did not already have a fun pass membership, I would buy this for her.
LadyMaeden | Added on: April 19, 2010
for the ones who enjoy dora and watch her shows. Id recomend this for kids mostly, she helps out with both spanish and english and its a very educational tool in todays school. Or for those who want to learn spanish.