Parents' Guide to

Wonderland : Little Mermaid

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Colorful under-the-sea playscape with glitchy controls.

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This brightly colored seascape will delight imaginative mermaid fans, but potentially frustrate them as well. Wonderland : Little Mermaid is nothing if not cheerful; with so many pops of color, kids may not know where to look first. There's a lot to visit and play with as well. Navigation is confusing, however: Buildings that look small from the outside have numerous large rooms (and even an outdoor space) inside, and it's easy to get lost. A map would certainly help. In addition to all of the objects, there are some switches to flip and gears to turn. These didn't always respond as expected, and kids may assume that they're only there for appearance instead of interaction after trying and failing to get them to work. Wonderland: Little Mermaid is cute, but it's also lacking in any sort of diversity of skin color, which is unfortunate given how many mermaids there are and how easy it is to at least vary skin tone. Expect kids to be entertained, amused, and possibly frustrated as well. Kids of color who would like to play as themselves in the game will also be disappointed.

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