Disney Shout!

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Christy Matte, Common Sense Media
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Simple Disney co-op games welcome all ages.

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Ease of Play

Simple to navigate and use. Occasionally doesn't recognize a flipped device (but has a button to tell the game to move on).

Violence & Scariness
Sexy Stuff

Kids likely will want the expansion packs to include content from other favorite Disney characters.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Disney Shout! is a kid-friendly, multiplayer game designed to get family members talking, laughing, and playing together. Though some content requires reading, you can tweak the rules of your own gameplay to get around it. The game comes with content from Mickey Mouse and friends. Additional Disney character content can be purchased starting at $1.99 per pack. Expect kids to be tempted by characters from favorites such as Frozen, Big Hero 6, and Disney Princesses.

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What's it about?

DISNEY SHOUT! is a multiplayer game featuring Disney characters. The base game is Mickey and Friends and includes Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and Pluto. Each player chooses an avatar and then takes turns spinning to see which game will be played. There are three activities: "Spot" asks players to choose a spot on a picture of Disney characters; they then flip the device, and the rest of the players ask questions and try to guess the spot by tapping on the screen. "Favorites" is like the game Apples to Apples: The main player is asked to choose her favorite answer to a question, and everyone else tries to guess it. In "Shout," the main player gives hints and/or answers questions about what they see on the screen, and the other players try to guess the word or phrase. If a kid earns three stars in a round, she's awarded a "photo prize," which is a digital frame where you can add yourself to the picture. Once a round is completed, the lead goes to the next player. 

Is it any good?

This is a fun way for family members to pass time together while waiting in line or at the doctor's office. Everyone can join the party, though the app will hold the most appeal for younger kids. Because it leaves most of the work to you, you can easily tweak the rules to make it easier or harder. The primary drawback is that kids will want to purchase the add-on character packs, most of which cost more than the app. Though the games don't have a ton of replay appeal, they could get everyone to play together, if even for a short time.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about taking turns. The game has control over who goes first and in which order players go. Talk about how important it is to take turns and to be patient and kind when it's someone else's turn.

  • Talk about how you can guess another person's feelings and thoughts. One of the games asks players to guess how another player would answer a question. How can you figure out what another person might think? What if you don't agree with him or her?

  • Set expectations about in-app purchases before downloading.

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For kids who love playing games together

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