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Dora the Explorer: Dora Saves the Mermaids
Dora and Boots need your help bringing a magic crown back to Mariana the Mermaid. Travel over land and sea to save her kingdom from a mean, garbage-dumping Octopus! Then help Dora dive to the rescue when she magically becomes a mermaid herself!
Recommended Age: 6 years and up
||November 05, 2007|
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28 of 29 found the following review helpful:
Way, way too short!Nov 19, 2007
My 5-year old daughter really likes this title, but she beat it in about 20 minutes. That's not to say it doesn't have replay value, because she's played it several times since then, but it's a very small, very limited game - 20 minutes from start to finish?
We'll see how much she still wants to play it over the long term, but I gave it 5 stars for fun and only 3 for value, since it's a full-priced title at almost $30 and it seems like there should be more to it than there is.
Keep in mind also that this is not a "play quietly" game. The kids are required to speak into the microphone to make things happen in the game (which is pretty cool actually). They love it. People around you may not. :)
13 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Great for young Dora LoversMar 07, 2008
It can be difficult to find games for any game system that cater to the pre-reading or early reading crowd, and that's one reason Dora is great. My 4-year old enjoys this game very much.
12 of 13 found the following review helpful:
not woth the moneyDec 13, 2007
By S. Shaban
My 5 yr daughter likes dora, The game was easy to play and she had spent only 30 minutes, then she was bored. Thus this game is not worth the money for the game play time and learning experience
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Dora Saves the Mermaid for Toddlers/PreschoolersFeb 28, 2009
By Amy N. Turner
My two year old son is obsessed with his sisters DS and constantly insisted "pay DS..pay DS". I purchased the Dora game for him and it is PERFECT for a young child. With just a little help from me or sister, he has had a great time tapping and moving Dora with the controls. The simplicity of the game makes it a great choice for a younger child. I would love to find another similar game for him.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Best for 2-3 year oldsOct 28, 2009
By A. Price
A great game for the littlest gamers. Easy concepts to master and fun interactions, such as talking into the microphone to stop Swiper. I bought this game for my 2-1/2 year old.
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