Rated 5 out of 5 by RunningMom Excellent game!
Fun, educational game for my 5 yr old daughter! Science learning features plus sequencing, memory tools. She loves it!
07 June 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by DogsBullock Daughter loves it
My daughter loves this game, very interactive and great for learning.
23 December 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by cmj96 my daughter enjoyed it but needed some help so it gave us some nice time together
11 December 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by sez0711 Daughter loves this game
Present for my 4 year old daughter who loves Merida. She enjoys this game, though gets frustrated as it is challenging for her, but with occasional coaxing she works it out
12 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by etheltheaardvark Full of science facts and concepts!
I am very impressed with this game, it has more of a story and flow than most and a great deal of content. The game plays like an old type of adventure game, you explore areas to collect items that you use to progress throughout the game. There are five levels and you guide Merida through each one figuring out what to do next. Science concepts are sprinkled throughout. You have to melt something frozen... so kids have to figure out to take that somewhere warm and so on. There are lots of plant and animal growth cycle, animal part identification, water cycle, nature facts, and more in each level. Sometimes this game is not the most intuitive but you can always press the hint button if you are stuck. There are many things to find in each level to complete Merida's journal which can be viewed at anytime. The archery game is also a bit more difficult than normal but doable with practice. There is also another mini-game where you have to use appropriately shaped boards to build a path through a room. This game is better for the slightly older end of the LeapFrog age range and it's good to see a game more suited to that. Some parts can get a bit dull as you have to track back and forth across a number of screens multiple times to collect all the items and unlock everything. Also Merida and other character do have thick Scottish accents so directions might be difficult to follow in a couple of spots unless you listen carefully.
11 September 2013