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Camp Rock: The Final Jam

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Nice variety in this combo camp sim and music game.

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With the film's built-in audience, Camp Rock: The Final Jam probably didn't need to be a very good game in order to sell a whole lot of copies. But the developers went the extra mile and actually put out a very fun and original game. The mix of role-playing-style exploration and socializing combined with rhythm-based music gaming works very well and makes for a varied and entertaining experience. The additional "camp games" add even more variety. The music itself can get a bit repetitive because there are only seven songs, but Camp Rock fans aren't going to care a bit about that. Plus you can play them on three levels of difficulty.

Online interaction: The game allows access to Disney's DGamer community, which lets kids create avatars, win awards, compare scores, and chat -- but in very safe ways.

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