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Dora Saves the Crystal Kingdom - Rainbow Ride

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Lackluster Dora app may be mildly diverting for some kids.

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There's very little going on in DORA SAVES THE CRYSTAL KINGDOM - RAINBOW RIDE. Kids might enjoy collecting crystals as they slide down the rainbow chute, but the game never changes. The course selection screen is somewhat misleading in showing eight different choices, but the only thing different about each is the color of the crystals. And you only need to finish one course to finish the game. The coloring book feature may add some value, but it has problems of its own. For one thing, you can only tap areas to fill them with colors -- there's no freehand coloring. And it's actually made too easy by the inclusion of a rainbow gem that will automatically fill in the "correct" color for you. It offers kids a way to color the page without needing an ounce of creativity.

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