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Disney Princess: Charmed Adventures

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Solid graphics, some fun, but shallow games and purchases.

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Nice graphics and magical adventures are wasted on shallow games and interactive elements that will mostly appeal to hard-core princess fans. The premise of Disney Princess: Charmed Adventures is solid, since it can be fun to interact with the characters and feel a part of their story. And each princess has a collection of games and challenges to complete before reaching her goal. Yet, while some mini activities are better than others and all are beautiful to look at, they're very basic and leave little room for creativity or expression. Navigation throughout the "worlds" can also be a bit awkward at times, and the princesses continue to say canned phrases that seem unrelated to anything that's actually happening. The charm bracelet is fun, but after putting on a few charms and taking a picture, the process just repeats. Finally, most content is locked behind in-app purchases, and parents will have to hand over a considerable sum to allow kids to access everything.

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